Sami Callihan On Free Agency: My Options Are Vast, It's Just A Matter Of Fit And Timing

Sami Callihan discusses his free agency.

Sami Callihan became a free agent at the end of September when his contract with IMPACT Wrestling expired and the two sides didn't reach an agreement.

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Callihan is currently a free agent, and he says there are plenty of options out there for him.

"I'm looking at everywhere. Right now, I'm having a lot of fun working on Wrestling REVOLVER and having the time to do that. I haven't worked on the independents for almost three years. Getting a chance to go out there and see what's out there, this week I went viral doing something with Jason Segel at Fenix's and Pentagon's show. Being able to have those moments on a weekly basis is a lot of fun. I'm open to pretty much anywhere right now, it's just a matter of what's going to be the best home for me and the best fit. It's out there on the dirt sheets, there is interest in other places, I've talked to a lot of places, it's just a matter of what's going to fit best for me and timing is everything," said Callihan on Busted Open Radio.

When asked where he sees himself, Callihan replied, "It's anywhere. I'm not going to pick just one because it's anywhere. I can be plugged in at AEW, I have relationships and written storylines with almost everyone in that company and have good relationships with almost everyone at that company. What AEW is doing is different than everyone else and that's a great place. You look at WWE, I feel like a guy that can be plugged in backstage extremely easily and have a lot of well-being with what I can do. You look at MLW, I already, at one point have been an agent there when they did the relaunch and had a good relationship there. I can go back to New Japan. My options are pretty vast. It's just determining the best timing and what's going to be the best."

Callihan currently runs and operates Wrestling REVOLVER. He has never worked for AEW. He was part of NXT from 2013 to 2015. He hasn't worked in Japan for NJPW since 2017.

Elsewhere during the interview, Callihan commented on Ronda Rousey coming to Wrestling REVOLVER. Fans can check out his full comments by clicking here.

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