Kyle O’Reilly’s Exact AEW Contract Length Revealed

Posted: 26/05/2022 in AEW, Sports
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Kyle O’Reilly’s contract with All Elite Wrestling runs for five years.

The Undisputed Elite man confirmed as much during a recent appearance on the Toddcast Podcast, stating that he signed on for five years after joining Tony Khan’s promotion in December 2021 (h/t Figure Four Online/the Wrestling Observer):

“Yeah, for me in five years, I’ll still be with AEW. I signed a five-year deal with them.”

And as far as Kyle’s long-term AEW goals are concerned, the 35-year-old wants to get his hands on some gold:

“So, hopefully by then, champion of the company or a several-time tag champion. Just having fun and never losing that love I have for the business. In WWE, I was with NXT, but I never got called up to Raw or SmackDown. Now with AEW, it feels like I’m having that main roster experience. I’m part of an organization that’s on national TV, that’s selling out arenas all over, I’m traveling, I feel like a real wrestler. It’s pretty cool.”

O’Reilly’s four-year WWE run came to an end on 10 December 2021, when he left the promotion following his previous contract’s expiration. 12 days later, he debuted on AEW’s special Holiday Bash episode of Dynamite, immediately aligning himself with former Undisputed Era stablemates Adam Cole and Bobby Fish, entering a televised storyline with The Young Bucks.

This week’s episode of AEW Dynamite sees Kyle face Samoa Joe for a spot in the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament finals at Double Or Nothing 2022 (29 May).

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