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Chief Brand Officer Brandi Rhodes clarifies AEW's stance on equal pay regardless of gender

Brandi Rhodes

Brandi Rhodes

Brandi Rhodes took to Twitter to clarify what was meant on Tuesday when it was announced that women would be getting equal pay as the male wrestlers.

Obviously, a woman with a couple of years of the business should not be paid the same as someone like Chris Jericho but some fans did not understand that so she clarified things on Twitter.

Rhodes wrote, "Equal pay means equal opportunity regardless of sex. It does not mean that everyone will be paid the exact same salary regardless of their position. It means the gender pay gap does not apply. An entry-level woman won’t make less than an entry-level man because of her gender."

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Company policy on pay, health insurance for employees, etc. should be more clear within the coming weeks and months. Needless to say, it will take time to get a structure in place but things are looking good for All Elite Wrestling and the wrestling business in general.