AEW Dynamite Struck By Technical Issues, Tony Khan Comments

AEW chief Tony Khan apologises for Dynamite's TBS technical issues.

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Last night's AEW Dynamite broadcast was blighted by technical issues in the United States, prompting company founder and CEO Tony Khan to apologise via social media.

Posting on X, Khan commented on what he called "persistent issues" on Dynamite's channel, TBS. Tony attributed the problems to a change in operating system at TBS, adding that they were working on assembling a cleaner feed to air on TBS West later in the event.


Said Khan:

I apologize for the persistent issues at @TBSNetwork tonight with our #AEWDynamite feed. As I understand, there were issues at TBS with a new operating system; thankfully AEW's international feeds were unaffected. We're working now to put a clean feed on TBS West later tonight!

In a separate post, Khan explained similar issues on Canadian channel TSN:

TSN played the US feed of the show tonight, which is why they had the same issues on their feed as well.

Last night's Dynamite was the last before Sunday's WrestleDream pay-per-view. As announced on Dynamite, the pay-per-view will be headlined by MJF defending the ROH World Tag Team Championships in a handicap match with the Righteous, as his partner, Adam Cole, requires surgery for a broken ankle.

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