Kyle O’Reilly has revealed how long he has signed with All Elite Wrestling in a new interview where he comments on his vision for his future.
Speaking to the Toddcast podcast, Kyle O’Reilly revealed that he has signed a five-year contract with AEW, saying:
“For me, in five years, I’ll still be with AEW. I signed a five-year deal with them. Hopefully, by then, champion of the company or several time tag champion, just having fun and never losing that love I have for the business. It’s so easy to get kind of jaded and bitter and beat up in this line of work because sometimes it’s such a grind. You’re traveling all the time, you’re beat up, you’re sore, you’re not always getting used. I want to be happy with what I’ve accomplished and satisfied. Hopefully, having kick ass matches because that’s what it’s about for me. Getting in the ring. That’s where Kyle O’Reilly is best suited, between those ropes, just trying to have good matches with guys.”
Next up for Kyle O’Reilly, the semi-finals of the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament on the way to AEW’s upcoming pay-per-view, Double or Nothing at AEW Dynamite this week as AEW invades Las Vegas, Nevada all week long.
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