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Former WWE Superstar Makes Awkward Blooper About Tony Khan (PHOTO)

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After former WWE superstar Elijah Burke made a rather awkward error on his Twitter profile, AEW founder and co-owner Tony Khan took to Twitter to correct him.

Before the Jacksonville Jaguars’ NFL Divisional Round game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Burke would share a photo of himself and a man whom he thought to be Khan to express his support for the team.

The only issue was that the photograph in question was not of Burke and Khan, but rather Burke and a bystander who just so happened to have Khan’s hairdo.

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Below is a link to Burke’s tweet:

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Tony Khan Cold on CM Punk Returning Any Time Soon

 

AEW President Tony Khan is reportedly cold on any plans of using CM Punk.

It’s been reported that AEW and Punk were negotiating a buyout of the remainder of Punk’s contract stemming from the AEW All-Out brawl. This was something that Punk wanted.

Dave Meltzer reported in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that there hadn’t been any talks regarding a release as of late between the two sides. 

“Right now, from the Punk side, the belief is that Tony Khan has put Punk on ice for now, as there are no ideas to use him that have been presented but no talk at all of late to release him either.”

 

Road Dogg Calls CM Punk an A-Hole

 

On the latest episode of “Oh…You Didn’t Know,” Road Dogg discussed a wide range of topics.

During it, the former WWE wrestler talked about CM Punk. The former WWE Tag Team Champion has been critical of Punk in recent weeks and seemingly spoke his last thoughts on him on this show.

“The truth be told, and this ain’t an I told you so, but it keeps coming out like one and I apologize for that. I knew how this guy was from dealing with him personally, but it finally seems like other people have seen how he is too now and it’s like, oh, okay, so he’s not the second coming.

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