Wade Barrett Signs New Two-Year Deal With WWE

7 months ago by Connel Rumsey

Wade Barrett Signs New Two-Year Deal With WWE WWE

Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett made his return to WWE back in 2020, when he served as the color commentator for the NXT brand.

Barrett provided commentary for the show alongside Beth Phoenix and Vic Joseph, and now just alongside Vic Joseph, every Tuesday night, with his commentary being well received by a lot of fans.

Barrett is now about to approach his two year anniversary since his return to the company, and with it he announced to BT Sport that he has signed a contract extension, keeping him around for another two years.

He said:

“I am about to hit my two year anniversary, just signed a new extension to my contract actually, contract was up, yeah it’s been two years so very happy, I think August 2020 was when I came back, and last week agreed the new deal so very very happy to be staying around with WWE and continuing in my role with NXT, thrilled to be in that environment. Loving it.”

WWE is set to invade Cardiff, Wales next weekend with the Clash at the Castle event at Principality Stadium, and the show is set to air live on BT Sport in the United Kingdom.

Pat McAfee also provides color commentary for WWE television, announcing alongside Michael Cole on SmackDown, and he also recently announced that he signed a long-term deal with the company.

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