Stu Grayson is saying goodbye to All Elite Wrestling.
In a new Tweet sent out today by the AEW original, he confirmed that his contract with the company expired on April 30th. Along with the confirmation, Grayson sent his best wishes to the production and medical teams, as well as all of the in-ring performers.
Update— Stu Grayson of Dark Order (@stu_dos) May 6, 2022
On April 30th my contract with AEW expired. Best of luck to everyone working for AEW, our great production and medical team and of course every man and women who steps into the ring.
And to my Dark Order family, I hope the world will soon see what you are truly capable of.
Grayson also made it clear that he wants the Dark Order to get a bigger spotlight, saying that he hopes the world will see what they're truly capable of soon.
After being removed from the roster page along with Joey Janela and Marko Stunt on Tuesday, Fightful Select reported that Grayson's deal had expired.
Grayson last wrestled for AEW on April 27th in a twelve man tag match that aired on the May 2nd edition of AEW Dark Elevation. To see other results from that show, click here.
Fightful will continue to update fans on Grayson's career and his next moves.