Tony Khan is a busy man.
The AEW President spoke with BBC’s Steve Hermon about a variety of topics, including how he divides his time between his wrestling promotion, as well as his commitments to Fulham FC and the Jacksonville Jaguars. This is what he had to say.
It’s a real pleasure. It’s like having a family with three kids that I love so much. And, you know, if you have a family, you know that you don’t always divide your time equally between family members. But it can change day to day, week to week. Who you’re visiting, who you’re seeing, how you’re spending your time, but you care about them all. And I love Fulham so much.
As much as he loves AEW Khan says he shares that love with Fulham and the Jaguars.
I love the Jacksonville Jaguars and working in football for the Premier League and in the NFL. It’s a dream come true. And then being able to launch AEW was a dream come true. And the biggest night of our lives was to go to Wembley Stadium. And I’m so excited that we’re coming back. It’s a great tradition we’re trying to build. I want to keep it going and bring that big show to Wembley Stadium every year. When AEW came to Wembley, it felt like a cultural moment in England. And it’s something we can create and bring every year that nobody can take away.
Elsewhere in the interview, Khan spoke about AEW signing Will Ospreay and how the Aerial Assassin is free to return to wrestle for NJPW under his new contract. You can read about that here.
(H/T and transcribed by Post Wrestling)