Tony Khan and Chavo Guerrero Jr. are working together once more.
As confirmed by the AEW and ROH owner on Thursday evening, Guerrero will be in Bandido's corner for tonight's Supercard of Honor event, which sees Bandido put his lineal ROH Championship up against Jonathan Gresham's ROH World Championship for the undisputed strap:-
ROH World Champion @TheJonGresham battles lineal ROH Champion @bandidowrestler tomorrow at Supercard for the undisputed crown; given the disrespect Bandido felt when ROH crowned a new champ in his absence, he’s hired a new manager to watch his back: Chavo Guerrero Jr @mexwarrior! pic.twitter.com/rX4TpRNnkiAdvertisement— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) March 31, 2022
The situation is particularly interesting given recent issues between Guerrero and Khan, seemingly stemming from Chavo being quietly removed from AEW roster in late February.
Guerrero, who served as Andrade El Idolo's onscreen "executive consultant" in AEW for a brief period last summer, alleged that Khan had previously told him there'd be a job waiting for him once he had finished work on season two of Young Rock. September 2021 had seen Chavo take time away from the promotion to act as a wrestling coordinator on the show.
Later that week, Khan admitted that he owed Guerrero a call, doing so during his post-Revolution 2022 media scrum.
Amongst other things, Chavo has since criticised AEW for his perceived "WCW-esque" qualities. The 51-year-old is yet to comment on his Ring of Honor position beyond the promo he cut in the video above.