AEW has one of the largest pools of talented professional wrestlers in the entire industry. The sheer depth of talent at Tony Khan’s disposal has become a double-edged sword, as a lot of talent aren’t even able to appear on AEW television for a long time. This includes even Arn Anderson’s son, Brock Anderson. It seems Brock Anderson’s AEW contract will be expiring sooner than expected.

WWE Hall Of Famer Arn Anderson has been part of the AEW family since AEW All Out 2019. On the other hand, his son Brock Anderson signed a deal with Tony Khan last year. However, he has not been used much at all in many months.

While speaking during a recent Zoom interview with AdFreeShows, Arn Anderson talked about his son’s future in AEW. Arn Anderson revealed that Brock Anderson’s AEW contract will expire in six months.

“I’m hanging onto the idea that Brock just hasn’t had his second chance yet because of the rotation. I’m still under contract for about a year and a half, Brock about six months.

I’m sure Tony (Khan) struggles with it, trying to get everybody on there and get everybody rotated, but we’re just hanging on; we don’t want to do anything else.”

Arn Anderson, Brock Anderson’s father, recently revealed that his AEW contract has another year and a half left. Only time will tell where he ends up after that time is over.

Brock Anderson’s last match on AEW television was a 10-man tag match back in April when he, Lee Johnson, Brian Pillman Jr, Griff Garrison, and Dante Martin fought a losing battle to Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish and the Young Bucks. We will have to wait and see whether Brock Anderson will end up leaving AEW next year.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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