Christian Cage was revealed as AEW’s Hall of Fame worthy signing at Revolution. Since then he has wrestle two matches against Frankie Kazarian and Powerhouse Hobbs, winning them both.
Now, Cage has addressed whether or not he plans to wrestle for other companies. Speaking on AEW Unrestricted, Cage was asked about working for IMPACT, NWA, or New Japan. In short, he said he wasn’t against it but is focusing on AEW. Here is the quote, courtesy of Wrestling Inc.:
“Right now, I’m focused on AEW, but we’ll see what happens. I’m not against anything, but obviously, my focus is — I said this to Tony [Khan] after my match. I was very emotional after the match, and I went over and had a private moment with him. And I said, ‘I owe you so much.’ He basically signed me sight on scene.
Having that moment in The Rumble, it’s not like going in and wrestling a 20, 25, 30-minute match. It’s not the same thing, and from the conversations that we had, he understood what I wanted to do, but the fact of the matter is, I hadn’t proven anything yet, what I can do in the ring or still do. And he still took that chance, and I’ll never forget that. So my loyalty is to Tony Khan and AEW. Whatever happens after that happens.”
Christian Cage teased challenging Kenny Omega for the AEW World Championship after his debut but has been picking up wins to climb the AEW Rankings since.