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Tony Khan says AEW still in exclusive negotiation window with WBD for TV deal

AEW President Tony Khan said last night that they’re still in the exclusive negotiation window with Warner Bros. Discovery for their new television deal when he was asked if he would green light a move to take all AEW shows to a streaming service.

The current AEW television deal expires at the end of this year and Khan never made it a secret that he wants to stay with WBD and doubled down on that at the post-Dynasty press conference where he said that he loves having wrestling on TNT and TBS.

Often calling them great partners, Khan said that he received a text message from WBD before he walked into the press conference and said it contained positive feedback.

The company cannot negotiate with anyone else until that window expires and there are rumors that Khan is out of the negotiation team as a third party has taken over the talks on behalf of the company.

Khan also mentioned that he hopes to have the full AEW and ROH video library streaming somewhere next year.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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