During this week’s Feel The Power podcast, Kofi Kingston revealed that he had signed a new five-year contract with WWE. However, Big E and Xavier Woods neglected to say whether they had signed new deals with the company.
During last night’s episode of WWE Backstage, Ryan Satin reported that all three members of The New Day had in fact signed new five year contracts with WWE. Despite Kingston being a former WWE Champion, they all agreed to equal pay as they wished to demonstrate their solidarity as a trio and to make sure they were considered equals.
Satin later added that Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins of The Street Profits have also signed new multi-year contracts with WWE. This comes on the back of a successful 2019 for the tag team. They began the year as Evolve Tag Team Champions, holding the titles for 138 days before losing them to The Unwanted. This failed to derail their year, however, as they captured the NXT Tag Team Championship at NXT TakeOver: XXV in June. After losing the titles to The Undisputed ERA, Ford and Dawkins were drafted to Raw and have remained a popular tag team on Monday nights, securing victories over The O.C. and Imperium.