Miro AEW Contract Details Revealed

Miro AEW Contract Details Revealed

by | Sep 2, 2022 | Sport, Wrestling | 0 comments

With speculation about former WWE stars currently in AEW considering a return, a revelation regarding the status of Miro.

With a major change in regime at WWE with Triple H taking over creative after Vince McMahon’s retirement, speculation has already been swirling regarding which ex-WWE guys may be interested in going back.

One name that fans often throw out as someone they feel was underutilized in WWE and also AEW is Miro.

With the Redeemer recently having been off of TV for quite some time, could he be an AEW star who has asked for release from the company but was denied?

According to a report from Fightful Select, it isn’t Miro who is asking to leave AEW, in fact he recently signed on for several more years.

According to sources familiar with the situation have stated that it simply isn’t true.

Miro re-signed with AEW late in 2021 and the contract reportedly will keep him in Tony Khan’s AEW until “early 2026.”

Miro had previously commented that he gave AEW a deal on his first contract and was targeting a big increase for his next signature which Fightful was told was the case.

Miro is set to feature on AEW All Out in a match that was announced earlier in the week on AEW Dynamite.

Teaming with Sting and Darby Allin, the Redeemer will take on House of Black (Malakai Black, Brody King and Buddy Matthews.)

AEW All Out is set to come to pay-per-view fans live on Sunday, September 4, 2022 from Chicago, Illinois.

You can find out all the details about the AEW All Out event by clicking here. 

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