Tony Khan hopes to make Greensboro AEW’s home for their Holiday Bash events

Tony Khan states that Rampage will air on Christmas Day and he hopes Greensboro can be AEW's home for the Holiday Bash shows

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Tony Khan hopes that Greensboro will be AEW’s home for the holidays.

This week’s AEW Dynamite and Rampage is taking place from the UBS Arena in Long Island, New York. Next week, the company is going to be in Texas for ‘Winter Is Coming’ and for the holidays, AEW will be airing ‘Holiday Bash’ editions of Dynamite and Rampage.

Tony Khan confirmed to Brandon F. Walker on his ‘Rasslin podcast that he thinks Greensboro, North Carolina is the perfect location to host the Holiday Bash shows and he’s hoping to make it a tradition.

It’s important [to have big matches on TV] because Dynamite and Rampage are a huge part of the lifeblood of AEW and it’s more important than ever to have great matches on Dynamite and Rampage. We’ve offered great cards; Winter Is Coming, this coming week on Wednesday night Dynamite is going to be one of those great cards. We have a great show on Long Island to build up Winter Is Coming and I think great moments ahead this week and really, all through the holidays. The Holiday Bash is coming to Greensboro and the Holiday Bash, huge plans. The holidays in Greensboro to make that hopefully a tradition just like we’ve made Thanksgiving eve in Chicago a tradition, maybe we can make a Holiday Bash in Greensboro — no we didn’t [choose Greensboro] by accident. I really thought it was a perfect place to do the Holiday Bash which is gonna take place over Dynamite and Rampage across the holidays.

Khan added that Rampage is going to air on Christmas day which is a Saturday.

Following tonight’s Dynamite, POST Wrestling will be live for patrons with a review of the show that can be watched at this link.

If the quote in this article is used, please credit Barstool’s ‘Rasslin podcast with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription. 

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