Dark Order’s Stu Grayson Reportedly Released from AEW

Stu Grayson Released from AEW

According to the latest reports, Dark Order’s Stu Grayson is reportedly released from AEW. 

Grayson is no longer a part of AEW’s roster page. He was removed from the official website of AEW on Tuesday. However, AEW hasn’t officially confirmed Grayson’s release so far. 

According to Dave Meltzer, the words are going around that Grayson’s deal with AEW has expired, and the two sides haven’t made a new deal so far. 

The remaining members of the Dark Order are still a part of AEW’s roster. Alan ‘5’ Angel, Colt Cabana, Alex Reynolds, Pres10Vance, Evil Uno, John Silver, and Anna Jay are still listed on the website. 

Stu Grayson made his AEW debut at the very first Double or Nothing PPV event back in 2019. He appeared with Evil Uno as a mystery man and created the Dark Order. 

Grayson’s most recent AEW match took place at AEW “Dark: Elevation” where he wrestled in a 12-man tag-team match. His last Dynamite appearance came in the March 2 episode where he competed in a Casino tag team Royale. 

Neither Grayson nor AEW have confirmed the release or commented on it. Stay tuned for more updates. 

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