Jay White is considered one of the best pro wrestlers on the planet right now, and it is not hard to see why. The Switchblade has toppled every foe in his path over the past few years. White also revealed his AEW future after the Forbidden Door event.

At the AEW Forbidden Door pay-per-view, Jay White defended his IWGP Heavyweight Championship against Kazuchika Okada, Adam Cole and Adam Page. White would end up retaining his title after an intense match.

While speaking during the post-show media scrum, Jay White was asked about what is next in store for him in AEW. The Switchblade made it clear he is open to returning to AEW in the future.

“If, and this seems to be a pretty big if, but if we can have someone, when I successfully defend my IWGP World Heavyweight Championship, if we can have somebody to be prepared to put this up here for me, I’ll feel a lot more inclined to come by,” White said. “I’m very easily pleased, obviously, I don’t ask a lot, it’s just something like that.


“To answer your question, would I like to [continue to stick around in AEW]? I don’t know. Will I? I don’t know. Because this is how it works, I don’t have to tell you anything, I don’t have to give away anything. When you’re the champion and the guy who single-handedly sells out arenas like Madison Square Garden and United Center, you can kind of do what you want and show up when you want. So stay tuned, I guess.”

Jay White has established himself as one of the best pro wrestlers in the world right now. It remains to be seen when White will be returning to AEW television as well.

h/t Wrestling Inc

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