Top AEW star's contract to expire ahead of All In London 2024

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Bryan Danielson has shared an interesting update on his AEW contract, ahead of his full-time wrestling career ending.

After AEW All Out 2023 last September, Danielson announced the beginning of his last year as a full-time member of the roster, with the popular star revealing that he had previously promised his family that he’ll spend more time at home after his daughter turns 7.
While it was initially speculated that Danielson’s AEW contract would be up in September, exactly three years after his All Out 2021 debut, Danielson has revealed that his full-time AEW contract actually expires ahead of All In London on August 25.
Speaking with Justin Dhillon of TWC Show, Danielson noted that he intends to compete at Wembley Stadium, because he actually wants to wrestle his final match as a full-time star at WrestleDream in October.

He explained:
“The big one is Wembley (that is left on my wrestling checklist). I wanna make it to Wembley. My contract actually expires before Wembley. But I wanna make it to Wembley…
“I’m not sure if I’ll make it, but one thing that would be a nice way to kind of close everything out for me is to do my last match as a full-time wrestler at WrestleDream at the Tacoma Dome — we’re doing the Tacoma Dome — because that’s the first wrestling show I ever saw.
“It was WWF and it was Ultimate Warrior versus Rick Rude in the main event and it’s the first time my sister ever saw a male butt cheek. My dad talked about it till the day he died. The Ultimate Warrior sunset flips Rick Rude, Rick Rude’s back and butt are facing directly towards us and then Ultimate Warrior pulls down his pants, we see his butt-cheeks and my sister’s cheeks go bright red. My dad howled about that until the day he died.”

Danielson last wrestled at the AEW Dynasty pay-per-view, losing to Will Ospreay in singles action.
He is slated to compete in an Anarchy in the Arena match at Double Or Nothing, teaming with Eddie Kingston, Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood to battle Kazuchika Okada, Jack Perry, Matthew Jackson and Nicholas Jackson.

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