Tony Khan Reveals He Wants The AEW & ROH Library To Land On Max

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Tony Khan gives his insight on the possibility of AEW appearing on a streaming platform.

With the upcoming AEW All In and All Out PPV’s landing on back-to-back weekends, fans have been speculating about how the company will manage their distribution going forward, with many hopeful that a streaming could be announced in the near future to make both AEW’s archives and live events more accessible.

Speaking to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, AEW President Tony Khan was asked about adding the AEW & ROH library to a streaming platform, with Khan revealing that getting those content libraries on Max is a dream of his.

We have all the bones for a really strong streaming platform. It would be a very strong addition to any streaming platform, and my dream is that it all lands on Max. It would be tremendous. Right now, AEW All Access is available on Max, which is very cool, and hopefully, that is a step in the right direction, getting our stuff steaming. We have a great library. All together, with everything I own, it’s thousands of hours of great wrestling and the AEW catalog has grown so much considering we started this thing from scratch four years ago. I believe the streaming service will happen. As to where it is and what platform it is, that’s something that I believe largely will be influenced by Warner Bros,”

-Tony Khan

Last night saw AEW reach a milestone of 200 episodes of Dynamite, whilst ROH just had another Death Before Dishonor pay-per view, so they have a lot of content to add to a streaming platform.

As always, we’ll aim to provide any further updates on AEW & ROH’s libraries potentially coming to a streaming service as soon as we hear more.

H/T to Fightful for the transcription.

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