Kyle O'Reilly is proud to be part of AEW.
O'Reilly made his AEW debut on Wednesday at AEW Holiday Bash, helping Adam Cole in his match against Orange Cassidy.
After the match, Bobby Fish and Cole took out Best Friends (Chuck Taylor & Trent), though Cole was a little confused by O'Reilly's appearance and then the reaction of The Young Bucks.
O'Reilly became a free agent in early December after his WWE contract expired. After his appearance on AEW Holiday Bash, Tony Khan confirmed O'Reilly had signed with AEW.
Taking to Twitter, O'Reilly commented on signing with AEW.
Life is crazy and I’m very grateful that my professional wrestling abilities have taken me to a new frontier in which to explore my ass-kicking ways. Proud to be apart of @AEW and thanks to @TonyKhan for the opportunity.— Kyle O'Reilly (@KORcombat) December 23, 2021
Also, reDRagon is back!!!— Kyle O'Reilly (@KORcombat) December 23, 2021
reDRagon is O'Reilly's team with Bobby Fish. The duo is former NXT Tag Team Champions, ROH Tag Team Champions, and IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions.
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