Tony Khan: 'No plans to disappoint anybody' with AEW First Dance

AEW’s Tony Khan said he has “no plans to disappoint anybody” with Friday’s highly-anticipated edition of Rampage from Chicago’s United Center — a show that is expected to feature the promotional debut of CM Punk.

Speaking to Busted Open Radio, Khan admitted that while it’s fun to be surprised, “I think everybody has a pretty good idea of what to expect tonight.”

“I don’t like to let people down and I have no plans to disappoint anybody tonight. Finally, at “The First Dance,” we’re going to satisfy people and make a lot of wrestling fans very happy. We’re going to make some new fans that are going to read about what happened tonight and are going to want to check out AEW. That’s exactly the reaction for what we are looking for. I think people are going to be very happy with what they see and have been waiting to see this for a long time,” Khan said.

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Every since the rumors of Punk signing with the company emerged, AEW has been tight-lipped but has given plenty of visual and verbal teases along the way. 

The sellout crowd at the United Center is expected to be the largest in company history with over 14,000 fans — a number that will be topped in several weeks when they debut at Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York City.

Rampage will feature three matches as Jon Moxley takes on Daniel Garcia; Jade Cargill faces Kiera Hogan; and Jurassic Express goes up against Private Party in a Tag Team title shot eliminator tournament semifinal.