Tony Khan: I Have Interest In Potentially Adding Mixed Tag Team Titles To AEW

Tony Khan has thought about possibly adding more titles to AEW.

Throughout AEW's five years, fans and wrestlers have occasionally expressed their interest in seeing the company create women's tag team titles. This movement has gained traction in recent months, as AEW has signed stars like Deonna Purrazzo and Mercedes Mone, among others, to add even more depth to the division.

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Tony Khan answered questions during the AEW Double or Nothing post-show media scrum. In one highlight, Khan was asked about potentially adding a trios or tag division to the women's roster.

"We’ve talked a lot about potential additions in terms of championships. Right now, we have strong rivalries emerging. We’re still trying to build the depth back to the strongest it’s ever been. There was a point, All Out 2021, where I was coaching the Casino Battle Royal and we had 21 women in that battle royale and a great Britt Baker vs. Kris Statlander championship match. That was, top to bottom, up until now, the deepest the division has ever been. A lot of great people in that match have been out or injured. We’re going to keep getting depth back and getting the division stronger. Those are interesting championships, I also think something different we could do here, that I have interest in, would be mixed tag team championships. I think a lot of people would be interested in that too. That’s different than what other major promotions have, and I think it would set AEW apart. I’m interested in mixed tag team championships," Khan said.

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