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Powerhouse Hobbs continues to defend Tony Khan in the diversity debate

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Big Swole and AEW parted ways last year after being underused by the company. Recently, Svole called the AEW for lack of diversity, and highlighted the differences in how WWE presents their black stars, especially Big E and Bianca Belair. Powerhouse Hobbs seems to have defended Tony Khan again.

AEW President Tony Khan caused a lot of controversy after he personally responded to Big Swole’s call. TK also said that Svol was allowed to extend his contract because he was not good enough. It was seen as a horrible move by Tony Khan, and it even angered Lio Rush.

Powerhouse Hobbs took to Twitter to write a statement defending Tony Khan once again. He said he was disappointed by the protests of those who undermined Khan’s hard work.

“Tony always joins hands with people of color on the list to work on their story ideas, entries, games, and more. Not every idea works, but every idea is listened to and appreciated. My personal voice was heard and I contributed to many of my opportunities. As a black man, I plan to use my voice to do my best to make sure this company is diverse. I know very well that diversity comes in different forms – women, blacks, Latinos, Southeast Asia, Southeast Asia, Southeast Asia, LGBTQ + and so on. The more diversity, equality and inclusion we create in wrestling, the more fans we can engage with and the more we can all enjoy together.

AEW is a young company led by people of color who are in the right direction. I’m proud to be a part of that picture, and I know my colleagues stand by me when I say that – Will Hobbs.

The ongoing controversy surrounding Tony Khan is unlikely to end any time soon as fans continue to insult Khan for what he said.

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