Tony Khan has announced special episodes of AEW’s upcoming shows in light of the tragic wildfires in Maui, Hawaii.
With wildfires in Hawaii destroying parts of Maui and leaving a current death toll of 55 according to the AP, AEW CEO Tony Khan has made an announcement regarding how the company plans to help.
Tony Khan tweeting about AEW’s plan for charitable giving:
Based on the horrific fires in Maui,— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) August 11, 2023
I've changed AEW's upcoming schedule to provide assistance.
Next week on Wed/Fri/Sat, it's
AEW Fight For The Fallen 2023 on#AEWDynamite#AEWRampage#AEWCollision
Proceeds from AEW on 8/16 Nashville + 8/19 Lexington will go to @MauiFoodBank.
AEW has held previous ‘Fight for the Fallen’ themed episodes in the past with the charitable theme, it is admirable to see the company poised to provide a donation to an organization providing local support to those directly impacted.
Already announced for next week’s edition of AEW Dynamite, an interview segment where Kenny Omega is set to sit down with Jim Ross, MJF and Adam Cole will appear after they’ve had a bit of a blip in their friendship of late to discuss their AEW All In main event.
Also, Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. will take on The Bunny to determine who will advance to the AEW Women’s World Championship Four-Way match at AEW’s All In at London’s Wembley Stadium, and Darby Allin and Nick Wayne are set to face the Gates Of Agony (Toa Liona & Kaun).
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