Tony Khan confirms real backstage footage from AEW All In will air on Dynamite

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He stated that it is real-life footage that affected a lot of people. 

As the 4/6 edition of Collision was on-air on TNT, a graphic was shown to promote The Young Bucks (Matthew Jackson & Nicholas Jackson) appearing on the following episode of Dynamite. The duo are being advertised to be showing ‘backstage footage’ from All In at Wembley Stadium. 

It is noted in the advertisement that they’ll discuss the footage for the first time. 

Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated interviewed AEW President Tony Khan and he confirmed the real backstage footage will air on the program. Khan said the decision to do it is to drive interest towards Dynamite and their Dynasty pay-per-view on 4/21. 

AEW has a great track record on delivering what we advertise, and it is real footage. The Young Bucks will show backstage footage from All In, the most important event in AEW history–the world record-holder for the most tickets ever sold for any wrestling record, over 81,035 total–and it was an important night backstage, as well.

The decision is based on putting on the best show for AEW, as well as driving interest for Dynamite and our Dynasty pay-per-view on April 21st. This is real-life footage that affected many people, and it will air for the first time on TBS during Dynamite.

It was at the All In event in London, England where CM Punk and Jack Perry got into a physical altercation that resulted in Punk being fired and Perry being suspended

Punk spoke publicly about the situation in an interview with Ariel Helwani. Perry is currently working with New Japan Pro-Wrestling and The Young Bucks have referenced him on television several times. Jack is scheduled to be in action at NJPW Windy City Riot on 4/12 in Chicago, Illinois.

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