Tony Khan purchased Ring of Honor earlier this year and brought a lot of former ROH stars under the AEW umbrella. One of the stars who is competing in Khan’s version of ROH is Dalton Castle. But, according to the former ROH World Champion himself, he isn’t contractually obligated to AEW.

Dalton Castle recently appeared on The Undisputed Podcast for a new interview and talked about his status with AEW. While Castle is having fun competing in AEW, he doesn’t have a contract with the Jacksonville-based promotion. Check out his comments below.

The last three weeks I’ve been on with AEW, which is really, really cool. Each week I don’t know if I’m coming back because I don’t, I don’t technically work there, but I am the Ring of Honor Six Man Tag Team Champion, just me. No, The Boys and I.”

Dalton Castle and The Boys defeated The Righteous to win the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship at Death Before Dishonor. Castle competed in the Grand Slam Golden Ticket Battle Royal during the Grand Slam episode of Rampage as well, but was unsuccessful in his attempt to win the match.

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