IMPACT Wrestling standout Jordynne Grace will not be signing for All Elite Wrestling in the near future.
Fightful Select published a rumour killer on the subject on Thursday. This followed speculation on Grace potentially jumping ship stemming from word that AEW's in-house music producer, Mikey Rukus, had made Jordynne an entrance theme.
The outlet reached out to Grace upon learning of the Rukus track a few weeks prior. Grace and Rukus working together predates AEW's existence, apparently, as Mikey had created songs for her before Tony Khan's promotion ever took flight.
Grace is currently under a multi-year deal with IMPACT stretching until at least the spring of 2023. This extension was signed in May 2021. The powerhouse is presently in her second reign as Knockouts Champion, having dethroned Tasha Steelz in the company's first ever Queen of the Mountain match at Slammiversary 2022 (19 June). Chelsea Green, Deonna Purrazzo, and Mia Yim were also involved in that bout.
After making her name on the American independent scene, Grace signed an initial two-year deal with IMPACT in October 2018. She has been a continually pushed presence in the promotion for the duration of her run.