AEW To Make Interesting Change To Pay-Per-Views?

2 years ago by Sanchez Taylor

AEW To Make Interesting Change To Pay-Per-Views?

AEW President Tony Khan has addressed speculation that the company will make an interesting change to AEW pay-per-view events.

AEW ran their first house show, House Always Wins, on April 9. The event had an intermission, shortly after Cody Rhodes and Aaron Solow’s street fight.

According to Tony Khan, an intermission could be added to future AEW pay-per-view events. Speaking with Busted Open Radio, Khan explained that he had previously toyed with the idea of having a countdown clock during the interval.

Here is the full quote:

“We have great (video packages) and we could do that. Also, a (countdown) clock. If you watch the Road To or the countdown, you might’ve seen them, but that’s even better. They are part of the pay-per-view, putting some (video packages) up. I think it’s a good idea. If (Busted Open hosts Tommy Dreamer and Dave LaGreca) like it, that makes me feel a little better. Maybe it’s a good idea. If the fans like it, then maybe it’s a good idea.”

NJPW have notably been utilising intermissions since the beginning of the pandemic. While these intervals were introduced to give the crew opportunity to sanitise the ring, some fans have noted that they enjoy the breather halfway through the shows.

AEW have been criticised by fans recently for having too many factions on the roster at once. AEW Executives Matt and Nick Jackson have addressed these criticisms in a recent interview.

Quote via Fightful.

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