AEW Re-Signs Stu Grayson After Impressive Dynamite Match

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Stu Grayson is back under AEW contract following a great showing during a six-man tag team match on Dynamite.

When AEW launched in 2019, The Dark Order tag team of Evil Uno and Stu Grayson made their debut at Double or Nothing (the first AEW PPV) in May. In the months that followed, The Dark Order became a stable that is still around in AEW to this day.

After a three-year run in AEW, Grayson’s deal expired in May 2002 and he left the company when they couldn’t come to terms on a new deal.

Grayson made his AEW return this past Wednesday on the March 16th edition of Dynamite. It was a good spot for Grayson because Dynamite was in Winnipeg, Manitoba while Grayson is a Canadian from the province of Quebec, so the fans were really behind him during the match.

They Dynamite saw Grayson team up with his long-time tag team partner Evil Uno & “Hangman” Adam Page against the Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley, ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli & ROH Pure Champion Wheeler Yuta. Grayson was arguably the most impressive wrestler in the match, but he did get beat when Moxley choked him out with a submission. Since Grayson wasn’t under contract to AEW at the time, it made sense for him to be the guy that got beat in the match.

On Thursday night, Tony Khan announced that AEW has re-signed Stu Grayson. It was noted in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Grayson signed a new full-time contract. The number of years of the deal were not reported.

Congratulations to Stu Grayson on being All Elite again!