Tony Khan recently announced that top indie talent Lee Moriarty has signed a full-time contract with AEW.

Moriarty lost a match to Daniel Garcia on AEW Dark’s records, according to Rick Ucchino of Sportskeeda Wrestling, who was present at the Fift Arena in Cincinnati.

Just before AEW Dynamite went live on TNT this week, Tony Khan made his way to the ring and invited Lee Moriarty over. The AEW president offered Moriarty a contract with the company, which Moriarty accepted.

Lee Moriarty first appeared on AEW in the August 17th issue of Dark, where he lost a competitive game to Dante Martin. Moriarty later wrestled the newly rotated paragraph Joey Janela at AEW Dark last week, where he also lost.

Even after his third loss to Daniel Garcia, it’s safe to say he impressed Tony Khan, who signed Moriarty after playing just a handful of company bouts.

Now that he’s All Elite, fans can expect Lee Moriarty to take some notable wins at Dark and Dark: Elevation before potentially finding a position at AEW Dynamite.

AEW revealed some blockbuster signings at All Out 2021

On September 5th, All Out 2021, AEW revealed the signing of three of the greatest free agents in wrestling. Ruby Soho made her debut as the Joker in the Women’s Casino Battle Royale and won the match.

Adam Cole, who recently retired from his WWE tenure after NXT TakeOver 36, also appeared on All Out. He allied himself with The Elite, who also happen to be his former bullet club stablemates.

Eventually, Bryan Danielson, one of the biggest signings in AEW history, made his debut in the final moments of All Out 2021. He established himself as a fan favorite by teaming up with Jurassic Express and Christian Cage and getting into a brawl with The Elite.


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