Stevie Richards recently mentioned on Rene Dupree’s podcast that his video discussing the “what went wrong” match between Jon Moxley and Rey Fenix was blocked by AEW.
He also shared what AEW agents reportedly told him about it. He said,
“I’m not going to say who it is, but it was more than one and there’s not a ton of them, so you can guess. What they said to me was, it was universally like, the conversation was two men, ‘Hey, call me, I want to talk and clear the air about this.’ I make the call, we talk, it was literally the first minute or two, pleasantries, and then, I know we have to talk this out and see. Tell me where I was wrong and where I was right. ‘You were wrong in saying the blame is on the agents or producers. We try to tell these kids what to do and how to be safe, they don’t listen, they can’t be coached,’ and then they went on for ten to 20 minutes telling me how I had no idea how right I was with the video.
They’re collecting checks, and who can blame them. For everybody out there, I don’t want AEW to go out of business. I don’t care about Tony Khan or his dad, they’ll have money. I care about the people who have paid their dues and are producers. I care about the wrestlers and their safety, but I care about the people that I know that are producers and agents in the company. I want them to get paid for as long as possible.”
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Stevie Richards, a former professional wrestler, recently revealed on Rene Dupree’s podcast that his video discussing the “what went wrong” match between Jon Moxley and Rey Fenix was blocked by All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Richards also shared what AEW agents reportedly told him about the situation.
According to Richards, multiple AEW agents reached out to him to discuss the video. He did not disclose their names but mentioned that there are not many agents in the company, making it easy to guess who they might be. The agents expressed their desire to talk and clear the air about the video.
During the conversation, Richards said that the agents told him he was wrong in blaming the agents or producers for the incident. They claimed that they try to instruct the wrestlers on how to perform safely, but sometimes the wrestlers do not listen and cannot be coached. The agents went on for ten to 20 minutes, acknowledging that Richards was right in his assessment of the situation.
Richards emphasized that he does not want AEW to go out of business and does not care about the financial status of Tony Khan or his father. Instead, he cares about the wrestlers’ safety and the producers and agents who have paid their dues in the industry. Richards wants them to continue getting paid for as long as possible.
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In conclusion, Stevie Richards’ video discussing the match between Jon Moxley and Rey Fenix was blocked by AEW, leading to conversations with AEW agents about the situation. Richards expressed his concerns for wrestler safety and the well-being of producers and agents in the company.