Add him to the list. One of the most important parts of any wrestling promotion is the talent roster that it has put together. There needs to be a mixture of different styles and ages to make for a diverse grouping and that is the case with the two major promotions in the world today. Now one of them has added another big name to its roster with some international flare.

According to Fightful Select, AEW has come to terms with Bandido on a team, though it is not clear when he will be starting with the company full time. Bandido appeared on last week’s edition of Dynamite, unsuccessfully challenging Chris Jericho for the Ring Of Honor World Title. His performance was strong enough that AEW offered him a contract just after the show. There is no word on what this means for Bandido’s appearances elsewhere.

Opinion: This is good to hear for Bandido and for AEW, as Bandido is one of the most talented stars in the world today and now he is going to get a chance to shine on one of the biggest stages in wrestling. AEW has a habit of bringing in stars like Bandido and giving them their biggest chance yet, so hopefully that is what they will be doing again. I could always go for more Bandido and now that is what we should be getting.

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