AEW Star On Tony Khan’s Booking: “Use Me Properly!”


AEW wrestler Bobby Fish has joined the line of wrestlers seemingly taking issue with Tony Khan’s booking.

Fish was released from WWE in August 2021 and signed with AEW that October, where he has worked with Undisputed Era alum Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly.

Speaking on a K&W Wrestlefest Virtual Signing, Fish took aim at the booking he has had so far in AEW.

“I know I’m f**king good. I’m not gonna mince words, I know I’m good. So if you’re the person paying me and booking me, use me properly.”

Fish addressed the booking for Cole and O’Reilly, who he believes are some of the best wrestlers in AEW.

“I know for a fact that myself, Kyle [O’Reilly] and Adam [Cole] all do what we do at an extremely high level whether that’s together or separate and it’s our employer’s job to know what to do with that.”

The former NXT Tag Champion isn’t the only wrestler with an issue with AEW’s booking process.

Recently, Miro liked a tweet suggesting that he “had it better” in WWE where he worked as Rusev.

Andrade El Idolo also liked a tweet saying Miro could do more in WWE, and that the same goes for the former NXT Champion.

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