Recently, Kenny Omega, Young Bucks, and Adam Page re-signed with All Elite Wrestling. Now, one of the prominent members of the AEW roster has renewed his contract with Tony Khan’s promotion.
This past Wednesday, Eddie Kingston defeated Claudio Castagnoli in a Title vs. Title to become the new ROH World Champion at AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam. Kingston is now holding both the NJPW Strong Openweight Championship and the ROH World Championship.
In an interview with AdFreeShows, the 41-year-old revealed that he has signed a four-year contract with All Elite Wrestling. Kingston also said that he doesn’t want to sign with any other promotions.
“This is why I love AEW. That’s why if you notice, you haven’t heard anything about me with contracts because I did my sh-t on the low. My thing was coming up. I got four more years, so I’m straight. No one needs to know how much. No one needs to know how long. I got my fu–ing sh-t. I got my sh-t and I’m gonna be there for a minute because there’s nowhere else I want to be.”Eddie Kingston
Recently, Eddie Kingston announced on Instagram that he will stop competing in independent promotions due to a lower back injury. Kingston said that he wanted to focus on wrestling in AEW and NJPW.
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