AEW Stars Re-Sign With Company – “Where’s Our Press Release?”


Although they may have grabbed the headlines, The Elite are not the only stars to re-sign with AEW.

Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks, and Adam Page have pledged their collective futures to AEW, inking new deals with the company. The exact length of the contracts is unknown but Omega and The Bucks are believed to have retained their Executive Vice President titles that they have held since the company’s formation.

The Elite was in action on the 200th edition of Dynamite in Tampa, Florida where they took on Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, and Satnam Singh. Kenny Omega picked up the win for his team after dispatching Lethal with a One-Winged Angel and hinted afterward that the group could be making their presence felt on Collision in the near future, which might well put them at odds with CM Punk.

Who else is staying with AEW?

It is not just The Elite who has signed new deals as Evil Uno took to social media to take issue with the fact that the group was getting all the attention and a press release while The Dark Order has also inked new AEW contracts.

Fightful Select confirmed that The Dark Order has in fact recently signed new three-year deals with AEW that will keep the group with the company until at least 2026.