Kenny Omega is considered one of the best professional wrestles on the planet right now, for multitude of reasons. He has competed against the best of the best in NJPW, as well as in other promotions all over the world. After AEW Revolution, his status in the company remains uncertain.

Kenny Omega’s wrestling career began with a brief stint in Deep South Wrestling, a former WWE developmental territory. He was given a tryout in October 2005, but requested his release in August 2006. After his time in WWE, he even considered quitting professional wrestling. Despite this, reports have suggested that WWE has expressed interest in signing him.

Following a lengthy injury layoff, Tony Khan has reportedly added the missed time to Omega’s AEW contract. While WWE may have had the opportunity to sign Omega, he is currently under contract with AEW.

At AEW Revolution, Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks were unable to retain their Trios Titles against The House Of Black. Right after that, Don Callis seemingly teased that Omega will go back to being singles competitor soon.


While speaking on CBC’s Front Burner podcast with host Jayme Poisson, Kenny Omega was asked about his future in AEW and beyond. Omega made it clear he is not sure about his future.

I always kind of try to find my own way or at least try to lean in the direction of where my heart is pulling me, and right now, I’m taking one step at a time, and with this Winnipeg show it feels like ‘yeah this feels right’ and what’s next? I don’t know because nothing has spoken to me, nothing has told me this is what you need to do. The spidey sense hasn’t been triggered yet.

Kenny Omega also fears that he is wasting his time in AEW. Omega will team with The Young Bucks against the House of Black and J.A.S. on tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite from the Canada Life Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba. We’ll have to see what will become of Omega.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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