AEW has lost a few key figured since they opened their doors. Now, someone who had a lot of influence in the company, and was there since day one, is parting ways with Tony Khan’s company.

QT Marshall logged onto X, where he dropped a text graphic to explain that he has resigned from AEW. He will fulfill his obligations throughout the end of 2023, but he is done with AEW after that.

Along with a caption that said, “Thank you, AEW,” QT Marshall made his decision to leave AEW very clear. It didn’t take long for him to receive a ton of responses after dropping this announcement.

Thank you AEW. Thank you Tony Khan. I’ve had the privilege of being here since day 1 and I’ve written over 750 formats for All Elite Wrestling and always with pride. As much as I’ve enjoyed being a VP, Manager of Talent Relations and wearing a myriad of hats, the company has changed a lot since 2019 and is heading in a different direction and I feel that it’s best I do the same as we only get one chance to go All In! I have officially resigned from AEW and will have fulfilled all obligations by the end of 2023.


Thank you to everyone from the front office to the production truck to some of the hardest working talent in this sport! Most importantly, thank you to those who booed, cheered, and took part in this season of my life.

In AEW, QT Marshall has played various roles, including in-ring competitor and behind-the-scenes roles. He is a founding member of The Nightmare Factory, a wrestling school and training facility in Georgia, where he also trained several wrestlers who have gone on to compete in AEW.

QT Marshall has been involved in storylines and feuds in AEW, showcasing his wrestling abilities and contributing to the overall product. While he may not always be in the spotlight, he plays a valuable role in the AEW roster and continues to make appearances in the promotion.

We will have to see what QT Marshall does next, but he will be carrying on outside Tony Khan’s company starting in January 2024. For more on this story, and so much more, please stay tuned with us here at Ringside News.

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H Jenkins

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