What might not be? AEW has changed the way the wrestling world works and it has been in a good way. After so many years of pure WWE dominance, there has been a change in that we now have two large promotions rather than just one. A lot of that as been due to how the company has been put together, but it seems that there are some changes. They just might not be as impactful as previously thought.
Last week, news began to emerge that AEW’s Executive Vice Presidents (Cody Rhodes, Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks) did not have as much authority as they had previously possessed, as Tony Khan had become the ultimate backstage authority. According to Wrestling Observer Radio, this has been the case since December 2019, though the Vice Presidents still have creative input, especially over their own angles and stories. Other top names such as Jon Moxley and Chris Jericho have input as well. No major changes have taken place in recent months, as the system is the same as it has been for nearly two years.
The Vice Presidents have done rather well for themselves. Check out some of their work in AEW:
Opinion: This makes a bit more sense, as it was a little strange to think that AEW was changing so much as soon as things were starting to pick up for them. Khan seems to be doing rather well in charge of creative and if that is the case going forward, it should be good for everyone involved. AEW has come a long way and it is interesting to see what they can do as they keep moving forward.
What do you think of AEW at the moment? Which of the Vice Presidents is best? Let us know in the comments below.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 60,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 6,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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