Former AEW Title-Holder Signs 5-Year Contract Extension

This AEW original just pledged his wrestling future to his home promotion.

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Scorpio Sky has signed a five-year contract extension with All Elite Wrestling.

The former Tag Team Champion revealed this in an interview with PWInsider's Mike Johnson earlier this week, stating that he was happy to have dedicated his future to the company for at least the next half-decade.

Sky's extension was agreed sometime around All Out 2021 (5 September).


A literal day-one AEW wrestler, Sky and SoCal Uncensored cohorts Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian were amongst the first wrestlers unveiled by the promotion at its opening Jacksonville press conference in January 2019. The trio were immediately successful, with Kazarian and Sky becoming the inaugural World Tag Team Champions in October 2019, and an organic surge in popularity leading to Scorpio scoring a shot at Chris Jericho's World Title that November.

Now working as a heel, Sky has become an AEW fixture, having fought for the TNT Title, won the first Face of the Revolution ladder match, and now carved a new niche as one-half of the Men of the Year alongside Ethan Page. The duo will team with American Top Team's Junior dos Santos to face Jericho, Jake Hager, and Sammy Guevara on this week's Rampage.

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