The Bounty Hunter was in action on last night's AEW Collision, putting up a valiant effort in defeat against Eddie Kingston. Post-match, Tony Schiavone entered the ring and announced that the Bounty Hunter will now be a permanent part of the AEW roster.
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Having been trained by Booker T and his Reality of Wrestling school/promotion, Keith has spent the past 11 years competing for the likes of ROW, GCW, West Coast Pro, Defy, Wrestling Revolver, and DDT.
Last August saw the 32-year-old Texan make his AEW debut, losing to Adam Page on an episode of Rampage. He's since gone on to work for both AEW and ROH, continuing to impress in each subsequent outing. So much so, Tony Khan has now decided to sign the hugely talented star.
While Mercedes and Okada clearly would be huge gets for All Elite Wrestling, Bryan Keith could well prove to be an extremely smart hire.