Bobby Fish’s AEW Contract Will Not Be Renewed (REPORT)

One-half of ReDRagon, Bobby Fish, might be on his way out of AEW.

AEW has been struggling with several instances of backstage drama and disputes. For example, Eddie Kingston and Sammy Guevara got into a physical altercation backstage that led to Kingston being briefly suspended from the company. There are also several rumors that AEW Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa is facing genuine resentment from Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter.

Now it seems that contract news is joining the fray of stories coming out of the AEW locker room. The latest subject of speculation is the Undisputed Bobby Fish.

A report posted from Fightful Select writes that AEW will not be renewing Bobby Fish’s contract with the company. Though it’s unclear exactly when his contract is up, it will likely be within the next month. Fish has been absent from AEW programming for the last few weeks due to injury; it’s now unclear whether Bobby Fish will return to TV before his contract expires.

Bobby Fish made his AEW debut on October 6 2021 in a match against Sammy Guevara for the TNT Championship. He then aligned with his former teammate in NXT, Adam Cole, and the Young Bucks. When Kyle O’Reilly jumped ship to AEW, he and Bobby Fish immediately reunited as a tag team. When the Undisputed Elite split up, Fish predictably stayed on the side of Cole and O’Reilly.

Fans speculated that the Undisputed three would have a trios feud against the Elite now that Kenny Omega has returned from injury. However, all three have been on the shelf with injuries for the last few weeks. At the moment, there’s a strong possibility that fans have already seen O’Reilly, Cole and Fish in the ring together for the last time.

Source: TheSportster