Pro Wrestling Sheet has confirmed Pentagon Jr and Fenix are not locked down to exclusive AEW contracts at this point.
In case you missed it, The Young Bucks made an appearance at Friday night’s “Come Hell or High Water” event in Atlanta after the Lucha Bros defeated SCU.
The AEW VPs stated Pentagon and Fenix are the second best tag team in the world, but they’d have to join All Elite Wrestling if they want to prove they’re number one. The Bucks then said they didn’t have formal AEW contracts to offer, but a handshake agreement would work.
Before that could happen though, the group were attacked from behind by local wrestlers. SCU, The Young Bucks and Lucha Bros fought them off … then the two tag teams shook hands.
Things got confusing hours later, however, after Chris Jericho tweeted saying the tag team had signed exclusive agreements with AEW — which would call their statuses with AAA, CMLL, Impact and Lucha Underground into question.
According to Lucha Central, Pentagon and Fenix will work dates for AEW but they’ve yet to sign an exclusive agreement. This means they’ll continue to fulfill promised dates in 2019 and work for a multitude of companies.
Source: Pro Wrestling Sheet
Yesterday, MLW CEO Court Bauer thanked Pentagon and Fenix for their time in MLW, reigning as tag champs for over seven months. Bauer continued, “Wherever you go next always know you both are 1000000000% leyendas de Lucha Libre!” so it looks like the duo is finished up with MLW.