AEW has lost a few stars recently, especially from their original roster. Contracts expired, and Tony Khan did not ink new deals. This same situation caused Alan Angels’ departure, the latest Dark Order member to depart from the company.

It didn’t take Angels very long at all to find a new pro wrestling home. During last night’s Impact Wrestling television tapings, Alan Angels made his debut with the company. Obviously, AEW has no non-compete clauses attached to their deals if they expire.

The Atlanta crowd popped big on Saturday night as Angels answered an open challenge from X-Division Champion “Speedball” Mike Bailey. Speedball was on cloud nine after successfully defending his title at Against All Odds.

Angels became a free agent as his AEW contract expired. It was not noted whether he inked a new contract with Impact Wrestling, but he was a free agent prior to that.


We will have to see what happens next. Keep checking back with Ringside News for more updates!

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