Bryce Remsburg signs his deal with AEW.
Referee Bryce Remsburg took to Twitter to officially announce that he has signed a multi-year deal with All Elite Wrestling as a referee and office employee. Fans may know Remsburg as the man who officiated the classic bout between the Invisible Man and Invisible Stan at Joey Janela's Spring Break 3.
Exciting life news! As of today, August 1, 2019: I am officially under a multi-year contract to @AEWrestling, both as a referee and office employee.— Bryce Remsburg (@dabryceisright) August 1, 2019
As my dad remarked, "not everyone gets to live their dream" and now I am incredibly fortunate enough to be one of those few... pic.twitter.com/An6Kf9nYO6
...I have had nothing but positive and constructive interactions both personally and professionally with EVERYONE associated with AEW, from @tonykhan to @CodyRhodes & @TheBrandiRhodes, to the ring crew and beyond. I believe in this vision, and I am proud to be along for the ride.— Bryce Remsburg (@dabryceisright) August 1, 2019
...Since falling in love with pro wrestling in 1991, and starting training in 2002, many have helped me get to this point. In specific, two people:— Bryce Remsburg (@dabryceisright) August 1, 2019
1. My wonderful wife, who tolerated this hobby for years to allow me to achieve what today represents...
...and @MikeQuackenbush, who trained me and still teaches me something almost every day.— Bryce Remsburg (@dabryceisright) August 1, 2019
It was his vision of @chikarapro that allowed me to meet and work with @MattJackson13 & @NickJacksonYB and put me on this path. No doubt this would NOT have happened if it weren't for Mike.
I do and will forever love independent wrestling, exceptionally its DIY spirit. Wherever I go, it will be with me forever.— Bryce Remsburg (@dabryceisright) August 1, 2019
As far as getting rid of me on the indies, it might not be that easy, and it might not happen as soon as you think...
..so stay tuned, and know that I deeply appreciate all the kind words and support you have all given me over the last 17.5 years. I have very few dates open over the next couple months, so don’t hesitate to reach out.— Bryce Remsburg (@dabryceisright) August 1, 2019
I hope you’ll continue to support me and AEW. Thank you.
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