Miro was finally let out of his WWE contract after they left him off television for far too long. He hasn’t been around AEW in recent memory, but that does not mean he is in the same situation.

According to a report fromFightful, Miro inked a four-year extension for his AEW contract. This will keep The Best Man in Tony Khan’s company until 2026. This deal was actually set up last year, but it didn’t get signed until later.

AEW has re-signed Miro to a four-year extension, that will keep him with the company until at least the start of 2026. We’re told that the deal was agreed upon late last year, but didn’t get signed for a little while after that.

Miro’s deal was set to expire in the spring of 2022. A lot of people were a bit shocked by this considering how he debuted in September 2020. That means that TK inked a unique deal with the former Rusev.

We’ll have to see what Miro does next. He hasn’t competed since he was put into the AEW World Title eliminator tournament where he had a match against Bryan Danielson. He is also nursing some injuries, but it appears that he’s not going anywhere.

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