During an appearance on Busted Open Radio today, Tony Khan made it clear he has no intentions of doing two night PPV’s in the future.
Khan also went on to say he didn’t understand why Dustin Rhodes made the comments about the possibility of the company doing two night events.
“I saw a report that we were talking about doing two-day pay-per-views yesterday, and I was like, well who said that? And then I looked, it was Dustin [Rhodes]! I was like, why would Dustin say that? I love Dustin so much, but I was surprised that he said it because it’s not something we really internally seriously discussed,” Tony Khan said.” I mean, at most times, I like looking at other business models. I think at most; maybe I’ve said, hey, that’s an interesting business model, but far from ever saying like that’s how I’m taking our stuff. That’s what I’m gonna do.”
“So I’m definitely not doing that. That being said, even if I was, and I’m not like, I probably wouldn’t want somebody to break that news in a panel. But I honestly say it’s not what we’re doing anyway. But I was surprised by that. So yeah, for at least for the long term, foreseeable future. I still see all the pay-per-views being the great one-day events we’ve been doing. A lot of people were like, how’s that gonna work? What’s that about? And I was like, well, it’s not gonna work. It’s not about anything. It’s not true. So, that being said, you do get a pay-per-view quality event tonight for free on TBS.”
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