Eddie Kingston shares contractual status with AEW

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Eddie Kingston says he has signed a new deal with AEW, which will keep him in the company for multiple years.

While speaking on AdFreeShows.com, Kingston shared that his contract with AEW was coming up and he kept it quiet and that he got “four more years”, adding there is nowhere else he wants to be.

Kingston had been wrestling since 2002 and received his major break during the pandemic when he appeared on Dynamite to challenge Cody Rhodes for the TNT Championship in July 2020. He was signed after the match and has become one of the promotion’s signature stars.

He is the current NJPW STRONG and ROH Champion and will defend both titles against Katsuyori Shibata on October 1 at WrestleDream in Seattle, Washington.

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