Major AEW Name Shockingly QUITS

This major, major AEW player is leaving Jacksonville - and Tony Khan.

QT Marshall

QT Marshall is to resign from his position as AEW Vice President of Show and Creative Coordination by the end of the year.

The QTV stable leader confirmed as much on X on Monday. Expressing gratitude to AEW and its founder, Tony Khan, Marshall stated that much has changed in the promotion, and with the company heading in a different direction, he will do the same.

Marshall will be out of AEW by the end of the year, when his contractual obligations come to an end.


QT wrote:

Marshall was effectively a day one AEW employee, having joined the company as a wrestler and associate producer in its formation year, 2019. Combining his onscreen position with a growing backstage role, he was positioned alongside such names as Cody and Dustin Rhodes, Powerhouse Hobbs, and Anthony Ogogo throughout his run, most recently forming the TMZ-inspired QTV segment last spring.

19 November saw Marshall drop the AAA Latin American Title to Octagon Jr. in Mexico, having reigned since August's TripleMania XXXI: Mexico City event. In July, QT wrestled AEW's Penta El Zero Miedo in a particularly well-received AAA match.


Beyond appearing onscreen and working in Talent Relations, Marshall also played a creative role in AEW - and was responsible for format writing.

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