Update On Sami Callihan's Free Agent Status
More on Sami Callihan’s free agency status
Former IMPACT World Champion Sami Callihan recently finished up with the promotion, with the ‘Death Machine’ focusing his efforts on his Wrestling REVOLVER promotion whilst residing on the free agents list.
During a recent appearance on Busted Open Radio, Callihan was asked what the future holds for him, with Sami saying the following:
“I’m looking at everywhere. Right now, I’m having a lot of fun working on Wrestling REVOLVER and having the time to do that but also, I haven’t worked on the independents in almost three years. Getting a chance to go back out there and see what’s out there and just like this past week, I went viral doing something with Jason Siegel at Rey Fénix and Pentagon’s show. Being able to have those moments on a weekly basis is a lot of fun. But it is one of those things, I am open to pretty much anywhere right now. It’s just finding what’s gonna be the best home for me and the best fit. It’s out there on the dirt sheets. There is interest from other places, I’ve talked to a lot of places but it’s just a matter of what’s gonna fit best for me and timing is everything.
“I think it’s anywhere. I’m not gonna pick just one because I legit think it’s anywhere. I could be plugged in at AEW. I have relationships and I have written storylines with almost everyone in that company. I’ve had a lot of good relationships with people in that company and what AEW’s doing is different than anyone else so that’s a great place. Or you look at somewhere like WWE. I feel like a guy that could be plugged in backstage extremely easily and have a lot of well-being with what I can do. You look at MLW, I had already at one point been an agent there back when they did their relaunch. I think, what was it? 2017 or 2018? And I had a good relationship there. I could go back to New Japan. My options are pretty vast right now. Just determines what is gonna be the best timing and what’s gonna fit the best,” said Callihan.
Callihan previously worked in WWE NXT as Solomon Crowe from 2012 to 2015. Callihan was recently backstage at AEW Collision.
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