AEW: PAC Suffered Unknown Injury, Kip Sabian Signed New Contract & Update on Dark Order’s New Deals, Tony Khan

AEW Announced PAC Recently Suffered Undisclosed Injury

Prior to the start of the Parking Lot Brawl match on Friday’s AEW Rampage show, AEW commentator Tony Schiavone announced that PAC recently suffered an undisclosed injury and will be unable to compete for “quite a while.”

No other details were given regarding PAC’s injury situation nor his potential status for AEW’s upcoming All In event at Wembley Stadium.

PAC most recently wrestled on the July 26th Dynamite show in a singles match against Gravity.

Kip Sabian Signed New Multi-Year Contract & Update on Dark Order’s New Deals with AEW

As noted before, Dark Order’s Evil Uno announced on Twitter that himself, Alex Reynolds, and John Silver had recently signed new contracts with AEW to remain in the company for the foreseeable future.

In response to Uno’s tweet, Kip Sabian also revealed that he also recently signed a new contract with AEW.

Dave Meltzer reported in this week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter that his sources stated that Dark Order and Sabian’s new contracts with AEW are for three years in length.

Tony Khan Comments on Triple H’s Calling AEW a “Secondary Promotion”

As noted before, Peacock recently released their new documentary film based on Cody Rhodes titled American Nightmare: Becoming Cody Rhodes. In the film, WWE CCO Paul “Triple H” Levesque threw some shade at AEW calling them a “secondary promotion” for why Rhodes left their company over his goal of wanting to become a WWE Champion.

The Orlando Sentinel held a recent interview with AEW CEO Tony Khan. One of the topics discussed included Khan’s thoughts about Levesque’s recent comments against his company.

“We certainly won’t be the secondary promotion at All In. We’re No. 1 in the UK, on TV and with a record gate. I have a lot of respect for Cody. I know these weren’t his words, to be fair, but we’re not secondary in a lot of markets — for the first time in a long time, WWE has been secondary in a lot of markets. … I’m proud of where we’re at and we’re not taking a back seat to anybody.”