Kevin Owens Reveals WWE Contract End Date

Kevin Owens

Kevin Owens is not taking things in his life or career for granted as he contemplates his future with his WWE contract closer to the end than its start.

Kevin Owens was one star who benefitted greatly from the creation of AEW as he signed a bumper, multi-year deal with WWE as the company looked to keep hold of its top stars from its upstart competition.

Since then, Owens has headlined WrestleMania twice – battling Steve Austin in an impromptu match in 2022 and winning the WWE Tag Team Championship with Sami Zayn one year later. But it seems time is running out on Owens’ current deal with the company.

Speaking to Metro, Kevin Owens explained that his contract is due to expire in 2025 and he won’t take what happens next for granted:

I really don’t take anything for granted, I’ve nine months left on my contract, and I don’t know what can happen from here on out.

Owens touched on the tragic passing of some of his peers and friends over recent years such as Brodie Lee, Jay Briscoe, and Bray Wyatt, explaining that’s part of why he won’t take anything for granted:

That’s just life. If I’ve learned anything over the last few years, it’s that nothing is guaranteed. I’ve learned that through some very unfortunate events, we’ve lost so many good people that was never expected. That’s just one example of how I do not take anything for granted, how I look at things now.

Kevin Owens Hints At Future With WWE

However, those expecting Kevin Owens to move on to pastures new when his current WWE deal expires might not want to hold their breath as he explains how very special some people in the company have become to him:

This has been my home for 10 years and it’s beyond the locker room. There’s some very, very, very special people that work behind the scenes that I’ve become very close with, and I really can’t imagine not seeing them as part of my life.

Seth Rollins recently became the latest major WWE star to sign a new deal with the company. That came after both Finn Balor and Drew McIntyre pledged their future to the sports entertainment giant.