Former AEW Star In Line For Shock Return

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AEW is set to make another new signing… kind of.

Back in November, QT Marshall announced he was leaving All Elite Wrestling.. The news caught many by surprise given that Marshall had held numerous positions backstage as well as working as an on-screen talent.

Shortly after Marshall confirmed his departure, it was reported that the star had “expressed frustrations” backstage with the direction the company was heading, and wanted to work more as a wrestler instead of an Executive.

Marshall left the promotion in December when his contract expired, but it seems his departure won’t be permanent.

According to a new report from Fightful Select, QT Marshall will be returning to AEW but in a much different capacity. The report states that the star will again work as a Vice President, but not as an in-ring talent.

The agreement between the two sides was reached “a couple of weeks ago” but he’s yet to return to work.

Interestingly, Marshall is reportedly free to wrestle outside of AEW for anyone except WWE.

Big Name AEW Signings On The Way

It’s been reported that Kazuchika Okada has agreed to become All Elite. Although The Rainmaker held talks with WWE, he reportedly agreed to join AEW in the last couple of weeks. However, there is no word on when he’ll make his full debut.

Meanwhile, Mercedes Mone is expected to make her long-awaited AEW debut at the TD Garden in Boston on March 13th.