Kyle O'Reilly Reveals Length Of AEW Contract

Kyle O'Reilly has a long-term AEW contract

Kyle O'Reilly won't be departing All Elite Wrestling anytime soon.

Speaking on the Toddcast Podcast, the Undisputed Elite member revealed he signed a five-year deal with AEW back in December 2021 when he joined the promotion.

"Yeah, for me in five years, I'll still be with AEW. I signed a five-year deal with them," he said. 

O'Reilly then discussed his goals in Tony Khan's promotion, adding: "So, hopefully by then, champion of the company or a several-time tag champion. Just having fun and never losing that love I have for the business. In WWE, I was with NXT, but I never got called up to Raw or SmackDown. Now with AEW, it feels like I'm having that main roster experience. I'm part of an organisation that's on national TV, that's selling out arenas all over, I'm travelling, I feel like a real wrestler. It's pretty cool."

O'Reilly spent his early months in AEW teaming with Bobby Fish as reDRagon but the former NXT Tag Team Champion has since branched out into singles competition and he holds wins over Jungle Boy and Rey Fenix in Owen Hart Foundation Men's Tournament bouts. He will face Samoa Joe in the semifinal on Wednesday's episode of Dynamite. 

H/T to F4W Online 

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