All Elite Wrestling Star Eddie Kingston, who originally signed a contract with the company in July of 2020 after then-AEW TNT Champion and former AEW Star Cody Rhodes issued an open challenge for the AEW TNT Title, which Eddie answered, is set to remain in All Elite Wrestling for years to come.
Kingston recently spoke on AdFreeShows and revealed that he has signed a new contract with AEW, which is a four-year deal, but Eddie did not say when the new deal was signed nor did he reveal any details in regards to the financial aspect of the deal.
Last Wednesday’s episode of Dynamite saw Kingston capture the ROH World Title from Claudio Castagnoli and retain his NJPW Strong Openweight Championship in a Title vs. Title Match. Eddie has been a major star in AEW since he arrived in the company and has had some of the biggest feuds in history with Jon Moxley, CM Punk and Chris Jericho. Eddie Kingston has shifted his focus on AEW, ROH and NJPW over the past year and recently announced that he would take a break from Indie shows due to a back injury.