In the latest outrageous example of media bias, Bloomberg Business Week released an international cover featuring enhanced photos of AEW owners. Tony Kahn, made to look buff with a long mullet, lunging into the ring and wearing an AEW championship belt. “A Billionaire’s Son Comes To His WWE: Tony Kahn’s All Elite Wrestling Shows Vince He Takes On McMahon’s Unsettled Empire.” The Chadster isn’t going to post a cover here. Because The Chadster is so inspired by everything about it. But if you really need to see it, click the tweet below.
Chad Star hates literally everything about this tweet and cover. Chad Star hates Tony Kahn’s positive attention. This shows how biased the media is in supporting Tony Kahn’s attempt to use his father’s billions of dollars to bully WWE and its fans like Chad Star. I hate the way his cover promotes the narrative that WWE is in trouble and AEW is its legitimate competitor. But more importantly, Chad Starr is so cheesy off that Tony Kahn is photoshopped to look so strong and energetic. .
When Chad Star saw the cover, the image stuck in his head. Every time he closes his eyes he sees it. It’s like an image from one of Chad Starr’s recurring nightmares, which he experiences almost every night.
Chad Star’s dream begins with him driving down a dark, desolate street. A shirtless Tony Kahn follows him with a menacing grin on his face. His muscles swell, his chest bounces, and his mullet flutters in the wind as he runs. Chadstar can hear his heavy breathing and the sound of his footsteps walking down the pavement. I grabbed Chad Starr and hugged him tightly to his broad chest. Khan looked down at Chadstar and said with a devilish grin. Chad Starr tries to escape, but Tony Kahn’s hand is too strong. Tony Kahn leaned forward and whispered in Chadster’s ear. Chadster wakes up in a cold sweat, relieved that it was all just a dream.
And the nightmare became a reality. Thank you very much, business week. You completely ruined Chad Starr’s life! Oh oh! Very unfair!