Report: AEW Extend More Stars' Contracts
More AEW stars are sticking around
More AEW stars will be sticking around.
It was previously believed that many of All Elite Wrestling's original signings, including The Young Bucks, Cody Rhodes, Kenny Omega and Hangman Page, had signed five-year deals with the new promotion, but it recently emerged the original contracts were only for three years.
The Young Bucks have already announced they will be with AEW for another two years and Dave Meltzer reported in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that AEW President Tony Khan activated a two-year option in their deals to keep them under contract until December 31, 2023, with Matt and Nick Jackson receiving raises as well.
Kenny Omega, Cody Rhodes, Brandi Rhodes, Hangman Page and Chris Jericho all signed the same type of contract as The Young Bucks and Tony Khan has reportedly already activated the option to extend many of the original group's deals by two years, according to Meltzer. If all of the original group will be remaining with the promotion past December 31, 2021, could not be confirmed, though.
Cody Rhodes recently stated that his future was with AEW and he couldn't see himself in another promotion.