On the latest episode of "The ARN Show" on AdFreeShows.com, Arn Anderson was asked if AEW talent appearing on TV and then disappearing for long periods of time is a problem:
"I agree 100%," Arn said. "My son being one of those, if you remember correctly, his debut match was being partnered with Cody. They had a really good match with QT and one of the other kids, but it's been so far back, nobody remembers it. He had his three or four weeks."
Arn made it clear that he was not knocking Tony Khan because he realizes what Khan is trying to do when he cycles talent in and out of TV.
Arn continued, "Now to his defense because people get sick of me singing Tony Khan's praises, but his intention is, because now he's assembled quite a hell of a talent roster, to try to get everybody exposed. If you get one week or two weeks, and then they move on, I get exactly what you're saying. In order to get a person over, you have to have about eight or 10 or 12 straight weeks of good TV. Now I am invested in this guy. Tony knows what he wants out of the shows. We support him 100%. I do agree that talent doesn't get exposed. Dante Martin is a very special kid. He got springs like nobody else in the business. Just a short time back he had two or three or four really, really good weeks, and then now they disappeared down to Dark. It's a dilemma that we have. We will figure it out."
"But when you're bringing in Daniel Bryan, you're bringing in CM Punk, and no matter what you've done prior to that, that's going to kind of push everybody else down a notch because those guys cost a heap of money to employ. When you bring them in, they're going to take precedence over anything else you had going on. That's the dilemma that we have. We will figure it out because Tony's intentions are giving people who are avid wrestling fans and intelligent folks what they want."