Kevin Owens sent out a tweet eariler today that included the coordinates to Mt. Rushmore. That was the name of the group he had with the Young Bucks and Adam Cole prior to them going their separate ways. There was a lot of speculation after that, and now we have a new development.

It was previously reported in 2018 that Owens signed five-year deal with WWE. According to Fightful Select, that deal is up much sooner than expected.

Fightful has been made aware that one WWE contract expires much sooner than originally thought by the public. Kevin Owens did an interview in May of 2018 with TVA Sports where he’d stated that he’d signed a new 5-year contract that would carry him into 2023. However, as it turns out, that deal is actually now up in January 2022, according to WWE sources.

It is reported that a WWE official said the company “restructured several contracts ahead of the pandemic.” Kevin Owens’ deal was changed during that time to expire in January 2022 instead. No additional details are known at this time about why it was shortened.


We will have to see what the future holds, but Kevin Steen could have a big decision in the next few months.

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