Arn Anderson has signed a multi-year deal with AEW.
The news was revealed on AEW’s Twitter account late on Wednesday night as a “social exclusive.” Anderson was interviewed alongside Dustin Rhodes.
“About a year ago, I said I didn’t want to be anywhere where I’m not wanted and that’s the way I felt. A year later it seems I am wanted somewhere. I’m very happy to say today I signed a multi-year contract with AEW. I am absolutely thrilled to be here with all this young talent and watch this company blossom into being the platinum of all of our industry. The next coming years is going to see some changes, but you’re going to mix some of the old in with the new and I think the product is just going to shine as a result of it.”
Anderson debuted with the company last August at AEW All Out helping Cody in his match against Shawn Spears. Anderson has acted as Cody’s head coach in December.
Arn Anderson worked for WWE as a producer from the WCW acquisition in 2001 to 2019 when he was released for allowing an intoxicated Alicia Fox to perform on a house show.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) June 4, 2020