Big Swole, a former AEW wrestler, made headlines by publicly attacking Tony Hong. He noted that the AEW is not racially diverse enough. Of course, Tony Khan will publicly defend the product he produces. This probably started a storm of online debate, as expected. Of course, we’ve looked at all of this in detail.
Many attacked Tony Khan; one person in particular was, of course, Lio Rush. Still, there are those who come to protect Han, his product, and the diversity he offers to all. Ruby Soho decided to think about her current boss and address a very controversial topic in a unique way in front of the public.
That was when he was talking to her New York Post he expressed his views on the matter:
“I can only speak from a personal point of view. My personal perspective and experience showed me with Tony Khan. Tony has given me great creative freedom to be the person I want to be and to present myself, myself, in just that way.
It’s really something I can talk about and an experience I have. Having creative freedom and confidence that I have never been given before. I am grateful for that and as this performer I will not accept it in any way.
She also had to say a few words about the completeness of the women’s section, which is in many ways relevant to the comment above.
“I think we’re on our way,” he said. A great street fight that just happened Rampage Now that’s what everyone is talking about and these women put on a great show. I think the TBS title is going beyond the point where we thought our split was possible right now.
We take these steps every week. Not from time to time, but every week, we take steps and make history and take steps to make this division the best we can be.
Eventually, many began to defend Tony Khan. These are very delicate times and this is true in many fields of art and sports. Everything that is said is checked and checked again and again. Unfortunately, much of what is said online is rated, but the comments made by those who came to defend Khan and the AEW prove that the facts need to be scrutinized in detail before a protest can occur.
H / T Acesparks.