Tony Khan Doesn't Plan On Finding A New EVP To Replace Cody Rhodes

Tony Khan won't be replacing Cody Rhodes as EVP of AEW.

Cody and Brandi Rhodes wore many hats in AEW prior to their exit on Tuesday, February 15, 2022. Now, Tony Khan is opening up about how he will replace Cody and Brandi behind the scenes.

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Speaking to Baby Huey on the In The Kliq podcast, Tony Khan revealed that he has no plans to replace Cody Rhodes as Executive Vice President but he will be looking for a new Chief Brand Officer.

"They were both big parts of the company from our launch," Tony reiterated. "I give them so much credit for being a big part of our success, both of them. I'm not planning to replace the Executive Vice President role. I take on a lot of responsibility myself and we have some great people in that position right now, other Vice Presidents, and I work with a great team. For that position, we'll have to look, and also for the [Chief] Brand Officer position, you know, Brandi has been awesome for us. So that one I will likely fill, but right now we're just moving forward. I think the company's stronger than it's ever been today. So right now, everybody's on the road to Revolution."

During a recent media call, Tony Khan explained that he wanted to keep Cody Rhodes beyond the optional years included in his original contract but unfortunately, they were not able to come to an agreement. Learn more here.

We will have full coverage of AEW Revolution on Sunday, March 6. There will be a post-show review podcast afterward on our YouTube channel and we will also provide coverage of the media scrums following the event.

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