Stu Grayson Confirms AEW Contract Has Expired

Stu Grayson posing in ring

The Dark Order’s Stu Grayson has confirmed that he has parted ways with AEW following the expiration of his contract.

Stu Grayson was with AEW from the beginning having made his debut at the first-ever Double Or Nothing event in May 2019 with his long-time tag team partner Evil Uno. The two were accompanied by the ‘creepers’ and were the first members of The Dark Order.

Recently, AEW updated the roster page of their website to reflect the recently expired contracts of Joey Janela, Marko Stunt, and Jack Evans. However, to the surprise of many, Stu Grayson’s profile was another of those taken down.

Grayson has now confirmed his departure on Twitter and wished his former colleagues the best of luck.

“Update On April 30th my contract with AEW expired. Best of luck to everyone working for AEW, our great production and medical team and of course every man and women who steps into the ring. And to my Dark Order family, I hope the world will soon see what you are truly capable of.”

Stu Grayson was last seen on AEW TV on the May 2nd edition of Dark: Elevation. There, he teamed with fellow Dark Order members Evil Uno, Alex Reynolds, Alan Angels, John SIlver, and Ten to defeat Anthony Bennett, Brett Waters, Eli Isom, Jaden Valo, Kori Meshaw, and Mike Law.