According to Shawn Ross Sapp of Fightful, the contract is for Kevin Owens With WWE expiring in January 2022, which means the “Prizefighter” only has about 4 months of contract to fulfill with Vince McMahon’s company, after which he’s free to decide what to do about his future.
Kevin Owens renewed his 5-year contract with WWE in 2018, so he will be initially tied to the company until 2023. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, WWE had restructured and shortened his “Prizefighter” contract for one year, expiring at the beginning of the next day.
To fuel the possibility that you can also switch from WWE to AEWKevin Owens posted a profile tweet (however erased) with the coordinates of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, which was the name stable which he owns with Adam Cole and Young Bucks At the PWG, in 2013-2014.
Already in Kevin Owens’ biography on Twitter we can see the reference to “nearly reached” (“almost there”) at the location, while the Young Bucks have changed their location to “over there” (“over there”).
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