Tony Schiavone has given the details regarding his AEW contract.
Schiavone signed a multi-year deal with AEW in August, though terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Speaking to Ron Funches on Gettin' Better, Schiavone revealed the terms of the contract.
"Right now, my life is great. I can't imagine, had I not signed with AEW, what my life would be like right now because I wouldn't have baseball, I would have to wait until football started to get some sort of revenue stream. It's saved me on a financial level, but also rekindled my love of professional wrestling that I never thought I would get back again, but it has. I started with them in September of 2019, I signed a three-year deal, which can go up to five years, with two more years added on to that. We signed an extension with WarnerMedia, and we're gonna be on another four years," he said.
Schiavone serves as the play-by-play announcer for various AEW programs, including Dynamite. He also does work for the Georgia Football and Baseball Network play-by-play duties for the Atlanta Braves’ Triple A team, the Gwinnett Striper.
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