Over the past two years, AEW has skyrocketed to success, and the company shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. With the recent additions of CM Punk and Bryan Danielson the company has garnered much attention and has superseded expectations.
While speaking to Sports Illustrated, Tony Khan admitted that there were goals for AEW when they first opened their doors. At this point in the company’s history, just two years after the debut episode of Dynamite, they have more than exceeded his expectations. If you factor in the star power and viewership, AEW has shattered even TK’s high expectations.
“I certainly had aspirations for AEW to hit certain heights, but we’re further than I’ve ever dreamed. We’ve signed Bryan Danielson, CM Punk, Adam Cole and Sting all in a one-year period. We’ve added legendary names like Christian Cage and Matt Hardy, and stars of the present—Andrade El Idolo and Malakai Black—and the development of the women’s division, especially being joined by Ruby Soho and Thunder Rosa. We’re really proud of where we are after two years, and we’re so grateful that the roster worked so hard through the pandemic.”
We will have to see if the company can keep up its momentum going into its FullGear pay-per-view.
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