Cody and Brandi Rhodes Comment On All Elite Wrestling TV Deal

Cody and Brandi Rhodes Comment On All Elite Wrestling TV Deal

According to Dave Meltzer on the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, Piper Niven (Viper) will be signing with WWE once her current World of Sport Wrestling contract expires.

All Elite Wrestling held a rally for their inaugural event, Double or Nothing in Jacksonville, Florida. When he showed up at the All Elite Wrestling rally on Tuesday, he told the fans there that he didn't sign because he needed the money but he signed because he wanted to do something different.

However, Jericho's deal with AEW is not exclusive, as he's still interested in working with New Japan Pro Wrestling.

The PAC announcement came after Hangman Page promised to be the first AEW champion.

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Following on from last year's independent supershow ALL IN, AEW is the brainchild of Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks, and will be financed by Tony Khan.

The talent wars are heating up now that AEW has officially launched.

In case you missed it, Double or Nothing will take place on May 25 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. While WWE remains the undeniable leader in sports entertainment, independent wrestling is perhaps more popular than it's ever been, with many indie wrestlers stating that it's now possible to make a good living without signing to WWE-something that was unthinkable at one point.

Moving to AEW could, therefore, be flawless for Ryder, who at the very least would be allowed to wrestle, and heaven forbid, win matches!

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