AEW star Wardlow is reportedly one of the names that WWE had has been interested in for quite some time. The company apparently “loves” the potential that MJF’s personal bodyguard has.
According to the man himself, he will likely not be leaving All Elite Wrestling when his contract with the company comes due.
Speaking to PWInsider, Wardlow stated: “AEW made my lifelong wildest dreams come true. Tony Khan gave me that, Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks, Kenny Omega, they gave me that. The way people are treated there, the schedule.
“I am so beyond blessed and I don’t think there’s any convincing me that the grass is greener on any other side. Very, very happy with AEW and the way I’m treated and just how the whole company is run, head to toe” Wardlow concluded.
Wardlow on WWE
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