Tony Kahn and AEW Stars have silenced Dave Meltzer’s allegations that talent is paying for travel and hotel bills.
AEW seems to be setting a new precedent when it comes to travel expenses and hotel arrangements for all talent and staff.
A fan recently asked Dave Metlzer if travel costs generally fall on industry talent. AEW president Tony Kahn disputed the statement, clarifying that AEW talent and staff were covered. he tweeted“That’s fat. Your statement is true about other companies, but it doesn’t apply to AEW at all. AEW has a very high quality hotel room and safe transportation to take care of wrestlers. We invest millions of dollars every year.It’s a huge investment.We build hotels every week.”
Veteran Chris Jericho has defended Khan’s statement that AEW, the only North American wrestling company he worked for, pays for his travel and hotel bills per show. crack hotel. ” Dax Harwood who recently returned to the road“I’ve never had wrestling or any other company take care of me like AEW. First class. I will never forget that.”
AEW referee Bryce Remsberg also noted that the staff, including “referees, announcers, medical staff, security guards, hair and makeup, and coaches,” had quality preparations on the move. Starks and Veil Vixen Appeared as an extra On several occasions, he added that they have always “taken care” of them, even though they weren’t under contract.