Throughout an interview on Chris Van Vliet’s “INSIGHT” podcast, Joey Janela mentioned his departure from AEW after his interview with Denise Salcedo through which he stated that he wouldn’t re-sign with AEW on the finish of April and that AEW had stayed. in ‘radio silent’. within the:
“I heard that Tony (Khan) was excited about it. He made him look unhealthy and his talent relationships regarded unhealthy. On the identical time, he had them enhance their communication with the talent inside that two-week interval afterward. I heard individuals have been upset, but talent from the corporate was contacting me saying, ‘You are 100% proper, you spoke up and it was nice to take that danger.
“I have never spoken to Tony since. That is one thing that bothered me a little bit bit as a result of we have been so cool and after AEW exhibits, when AEW began, I might exit with him as a result of I knew I might keep up till 7 within the morning with him consuming tequila photographs. I assume he is nonetheless upset about it, but there is not any onerous emotions on both aspect. There are not any bridges burned between me and AEW. I am buddies with all of the talent right here. I’m in touch with all of the talent”.
“Tony has a tricky job. He wears many hats. He’s not reserving a standard wrestling present. He has an enormous roster. He has signed some of the perfect free brokers on the planet. You have three hours of tv per week. When he is not reserving a standard wrestling present and needs to ebook a TV present like a mini Pay-Per-View each week, quite a bit of talent will not have time each week. Both they have to take a seat again and look ahead to one thing, sit out of the rotation and go to work and be comfortable, they’ll attempt to launch one thing or they’ll look ahead to things to return.”
“Tony tries to make everybody comfortable. That work surroundings is implausible. In fact, in all of skilled wrestling, particularly on a basic degree, there can be an excellent deal of politics. If you have 25-minute video games each week on the present, it is onerous to get everybody on board. You are not going to make everybody comfortable. He tries to make everybody comfortable.”