Tony Khan returns to talk everything AEW and provides a candid look inside his creative process for “Dynamite” and how he collaborates with everyone from CJ to Kenny Omega to Cody to the Young Bucks. TK explains how Comedy Central’s “South Park” and “The Late Show” inspired some of his creative decisions, why it was so important for him to agent the Darby Allin vs. Will Hobbs Dark match himself, what it took to bring Sting to AEW, and why it was so important to get the Brodie Lee Tribute episode perfect! Tony speaks to signing new talent during the pandemic, including Eddie Kingston, Ricky Starks, and Brian Cage, the adjustments he made to Matt Hardy and Brodie Lee’s pandemic debuts, and the steps he took to be able to welcome fans safely back to Daily’s Place. Plus, TK reveals the significance of the May 6th episode of “Dynamite” and everything that resulted from that single episode of TV.
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