AEW announced a series of backstage shake-ups on August 3, with a number of backstage staff taking on a new roles in an effort to seemingly improve communication within the company.
A supposed lack of communication between management and some talent has been extensively spoken of, and these new moves should hopefully improve things in AEW, and AEW President Tony Khan has spoken of the new moves, saying the following on Busted Open Radio: “We’ve shaken up the office a bit. We have a lot of great executives, and like you said we’ve added… Madison Rayne… she’s a great person in the ring and a great person in the office.” Rayne has been brought in to coach the women’s division, and Khan refused to rule out the IMPACT Knockouts legend wrestling in an AEW ring in the future: “I’m not saying she wouldn’t wrestle anymore,” Khan said, noting that he’s ‘open to it.’ “We have people in the office who wrestle as part of their schedule,” Khan said, with management figures such as QT Marshall, Sonjay Dutt, and Christopher Daniels still involved in matches and angles, “I’m primarily focused on the whole company,” Khan said of the latest delegations in duty. “But [Madison Rayne wrestling is] definitely something I’m really open to.”
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