Joey Janela was among the very first signees to AEW and debuted for the business at their inaugural Double or Nothing pay-per-view occasion. Janela’s AEW agreement ended on May 1, 2022, and he selected not to restore his offer.
Throughout a K&S Wrestlefest livestream, Janela went over the minute that led him to decide to part methods with Tony Khan’s business. He stated,
“I was set to re-sign, and after that I believe I superkicked Eddie [Kingston] in the face a bit too tough and broke his eye socket. I believe he was going to fight with Chris Jericho, and after that there was a little heat on me there. I was much like, ‘I’m not handling it once again.’ I simply struck up DDT in Japan that day and stated, ‘I’m not gon na re-sign.’ That day they sent me a trip.”
Janela likewise dealt with a prospective go back to AEW. He stated,
“Never state never ever– me returning there. I still have pals there, however today I’m content with what I’m doing.”
Janela had actually initially signed a three-year handle AEW. The regards to the agreement permitted him to work independent wrestling dates.
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