Over the past few months, wrestlers all over the globe have been signing with promotions left and right. This is the result of an increasingly more competitive wrestling landscape. Between WWE, Impact Wrestling, New Japan Pro Wrestling, Ring of Honor, MLW, and the soon to debut All Elite Wrestling, it seems as if there are now plenty of options out there for today’s biggest pro wrestlers as far as choosing where to work goes. Tons of talent have been signing multi-year deals with various promotions as of late, and they are all said to be worth rather decent amounts of money too. As the signing season continues throughout the month of January, the futures of four incredibly talented competitors have just been revealed.
What is now know is that the members of SoCal Uncensored have all signed deals to start working for All Elite Wrestling. SCU is wrestling trio comprised of Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky. Each of these wrestlers are talented and work well together, so it only makes sense for promotions to be interested in acquiring their services. According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, the three of them just decided to start working for All Elite Wrestling. The group had been competing in ROH for a number of years, but left back in December to pursue a new venture. That appears to be AEW, and the three of them are expected to be at the “Double or Nothing” rally that is being held by The Elite later tonight.
Meanwhile, New Japan Pro Wrestling has managed to sign some huge names as of late. The promotion just lost Kenny Omega and the rest of the members of The Elite, but NJPW has signed the likes of Juice Robinson and Chase Owens to deals as well, and it looks like a third wrestler has just confirmed that he will be working more for NJPW. Rocky Romero announced on Twitter he has just re-signed with New Japan and will compete for the promotion going forward as per the terms of agreement in his multi-year contract. Romero is a pro wrestler who also works as the manager for the Roppongi 3K tag team. It will definitely be interesting to see just what Rocky can do now that he will be working for New Japan.
Happy to say I came to terms with @njpw1972 for a multi-year deal. ??RoppongiLights,RoppongiVice?? #RPG3k #CelebrateProWrestling pic.twitter.com/fhXrvF5AtB
— Rocky Romero???? (@azucarRoc) January 7, 2019