Taylor Swift had already taken over the world of pop music when she descended on the NFL thanks to her ongoing relationship with Travis Kelce, and now she's having an effect on the pro wrestling industry.
In the aftermath of AEW's Full Gear pay-per-view, which took place on November 18, Khan fielded questions from media outlets at a press conference, where he addressed a wide assortment of topics.
He addressed the importance of the event's timing, as it will take place days after Taylor Swift's second stretch of tour dates, and how the AEW crew will be hustling a little harder behind the scenes ahead of the PPV
Khan has reason to stay in the good graces of Wembley Stadium, as the high attendance at their last event was one reason to be optimistic about AEW despite other less-positive issues.
Jason Blum bumped the release of The Exorcist: Believer to avoid the Eras concert film, and I doubt Tony Khan will be the last decision-maker that shifts plans around in order to accommodate Taylor Swift's upcoming projects.
Much like pro wrestling in 2023, Taylor Swift is making a point of taking her show well outside of United States territory.
I wouldn't expect to see Taylor Swift in attendance, but after Tony Khan did her a solid, who knows what could happen?