Tony Khan Confirms AEW Will Air Real Footage From All In On 4/10 AEW Dynamite, Discusses Decision

Tony Khan discusses the reasoning behind airing footage from All In on AEW Dynamite.

On the April 6 episode of AEW Collision, AEW announced that the Young Bucks (Matthew and Nicholas Jackson) would air footage from AEW All In on the April 10 episode of AEW Dynamite. Further details were not provided, but All In was the site of the incident between CM Punk and Jack Perry that led to Punk's termination and Perry's suspension. The Young Bucks subsequently said that they were not trolling.

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Speaking with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, Tony Khan confirmed that it would be real footage, but he did not provide further details regarding what will specifically be shown.

“AEW has a great track record on delivering what we advertise, and it is real footage. The Young Bucks will show backstage footage from All In, the most important event in AEW history–the world record-holder for the most tickets ever sold for any wrestling record, over 81,035 total–and it was an important night backstage, as well," Khan said.

Khan went on to state that the decision to air the footage stemmed from the goal to put on the best show for AEW and drive interest, both for AEW Dynamite and the Dynasty pay-per-view.

“The decision is based on putting on the best show for AEW, as well as driving interest for Dynamite and our Dynasty pay-per-view on April 21. This is real-life footage that affected many people, and it will air for the first time on TBS during Dynamite," Khan said.

Khan also highlighted the looming match between the Young Bucks and FTR at AEW Dynasty. He noted that there was a "good reason" why the Young Bucks would be showing the video.

“It’s important that the Young Bucks explain the reason why this is relevant going into Dynasty. It should be another must-see part of a great show on Dynamite," Khan said.

Fightful Select reported more information about AEW airing the All In footage.

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