AEW has a roster loaded with talent, and Tony Khan has a lot of hours on television to fill. Now it seems that the company is trying to lock some stars into longer deals to make sure they have them around.

According to Sean Sapp behind Fightful’s paywall, The Young Bucks are sticking around AEW for a lot longer. The two are now in discussions with the company about new contracts.

Matt and Nick Jackson, the Young Bucks have been in discussions with All Elite Wrestling about new contracts. We don’t have details, terms, or know if they’ve been signed, but them being in discussions has made its way through the locker room.

The nature and length of All Elite Wrestling contracts has been the subject of much confusion based on initial reporting, when they started, and what the subjects themselves have said. Wrestling Observer had originally reported in January 2019 that Cody and the Young Bucks had all signed five-year deals, but Cody left after three in early 2022.


We’ll have to see how the AEW roster looks a year from now. Fans have their own opinions about how certain stars should move in terms of their career destination, but in the end it is up to that individual talent.

What’s your take on this situation with AEW? Sound off in the comments!

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