He’s in. There are all kinds of stars on the AEW roster as the company has put together a mixture of legends, current stars and up and coming wrestlers, all of whom have come together to turn AEW into one of the biggest promotions in the world. At the same time, the company has to bring in fresh stars every so often and that is what they have done again this week.
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This week’s AEW Collision featured Eddie Kingston defeating Bryan Keith in a Proving Ground match for the Continental Crown. Following the match, Tony Schiavone announced that Keith was officially All Elite, meaning that he would be with the company full time. Bryan Danielson came to the ring to congratulate Keith on the success. Keith has been wrestling on and off for AEW and Ring Of Honor since August 2023.
— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) February 4, 2024
Keith is a star in the making. Check out what he has been doing in AEW:
Opinion: I’m not sure how surprising it is for Keith to be officially signed as it seemed like a matter of time more than a question of whether he would be signing. Keith is someone who gets your attention every time he gets in the ring and that is someone you do not get to see very often. It makes sense for AEW to keep him around and now we are going to see him even more often than before.
What do you think of Keith? How should he be used in AEW? Let us know in the comments below.
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