Tony Khan apologizes for technical issues during this week’s AEW Dynamite

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AEW President & CEO Tony Khan took to his social media account last night and apologized to the fans. It was due to the technical issues which took place during the opening match of the show.

The technical error took place during the opening match of the night between Lance Archer and Eddie Kingston. The issue was faced by the fans who were watching Dynamite last night on the TNT app, as well as YouTube TV and Hulu.

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Many fans addressed the issue on social media as they all faced the same problem during the opening of last night’s AEW Dynamite episode.

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Tony Khan apologizes for technical issues during this week's AEW Dynamite - THE SPORTS ROOM

The Streaming platforms came back online and broadcasted the show during the end of the Lance Archer vs. Eddie Kingston match, which was won by Kingston.

Tony Khan and AEW both took to their Twitter accounts apologized to the viewers and fans for the incident, and as promised the video clip of the full match was posted on their YouTube account for the viewers who missed it.

He said the streaming platforms faced some issues but later fixed it and also praised the match showcased by Lance Archer and Eddie Kingston.

He wrote, “I’m so sorry that fans streaming #AEWDynamite were unable to see the opening of tonight’s show in their apps. TNT fixed the issue & got it working again. Archer vs. Kingston was a tremendous match. After this show we’ll put it on YouTube, please enjoy the rest of this great show!”

Check out AEW and Tony Khan’s Tweet below:

You can see the full match here.

Tony Khan

Kingston and Archer put on a great opening bout and the fans were amazed with multiple spots during the match.

The match even saw Archer hitting a chokeslam on Kingston on the hard part of the ring apron and he also hit a moonsault press which is an unfamiliar scene.

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The ending of the match saw Butcher and Blade come out with already assaulted Jake Roberts. Bunny ran in and handed Kingston some knuckle duster who hit Archer with the loaded backfist and pinned him for the three count.

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