AEW will continue to hold media scrums.
AEW post-show media scrums have become a staple of their pay-per-view evenings. following their most recent pay-per-view, All Out, the media scrum was a major focal point as CM Punk, who had just won the world title, aired his grievances with The Elite's Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson, and Nick Jackson while discussing his issues with Colt Cabana. Following his comments at the scrum, there was a backstage altercation between all parties, and multiple suspensions were handed out when all was said and done.
Despite this incident, Tony Khan has confirmed in a new interview with Sports Illustrated that he will continue to hold the media scrums after events while declining to comment on the incident that took place over the course of Labor Day weekend.
“I can’t comment on that,” says Khan, who did note that AEW will continue to hold media scrums after pay-per-views. Khan did, however, provide a brief update on a potential future streaming service for AEW, which is a major priority for the company.
“As the library continues to grow, we’re only building a stronger and stronger addition to our content,” Khan says. “We’re working on doing it in a way that makes sense.”
Tony Khan provides further details on why he continues to decline to comment on the matter. You can read those comments here.