Arn Anderson Plans to Retire After AEW Contract Expires
WWE Hall of Famer Arn Anderson recently revealed that he is planning to retire after his current contract with AEW expires.
On the latest episode of the ARN podcast, Anderson revealed that his AEW contract would end in the next eighteenth months, and after that, he would retire from this business. He even talked to his son Brock Anderson regarding the same.
Arn Anderson stated that he is hanging on to the idea that Brock hasn’t gotten another chance on AEW TV due to the rotation. He added that Brock still has six months on his AEW contract. He also revealed that Tony (Khan) struggled to get everybody on TV every week.
According to Arn Anderson, former AEW World Champion Jon Moxley sees a lot of potential in his son Brock, and he is willing to help his son as well.
Arn Anderson is one of the most notable names in the industry of pro wrestling. He is renowned for his work as an enforcer in the four horsemen stable during NWA and WCW.
Anderson has been with AEW ever since its inception in 2019. And now it seems like he will bid farewell to this promotion and this business in 2024.