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“3 Years with All Elite Wrestling was developmental for the rest of my career” – AEW Wrestler

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• “3 Years with All Elite Wrestling was developmental for the rest of my career” – AEW Wrestler

During an interview with Denise Salcedo of Instinct Culture, AEW wrestler Joey Janela revealed that his contract is set to expire on May 1st and he doesn’t plan on re-signing with All Elite Wrestling.

He was then asked what he thinks about the 3 years he spent in Tony Khan’s promotion.

Below is what Janela said:

“I am happy and I am satisfied with what I did in those 3 years in AEW. It was a learning experience, and I am gonna say this in the most positive way possible without looking negative.

Those 3 years with AEW was developmental for the rest of my career. I am so much sharper now, not only in-ring but business wise, I’ve learned so much in those 3 years.

Now not only am I sharper myself, in all facets of the wrestling business, but also I can go to a young guy, I could go to a Nick Wayne and teach him stuff, of the stuff that I’ve learned in those 3 years.

Or I can go to GCW or I can go to another promotion and teach them what I’ve learned on the other side of the curtain. I am not sad at all. I did everything I wanted to do there.

Within the 6 months I started there, my goal was to wrestle Jon Moxley, Kenny Omega, main event TV, main event pay-per-view. Did it all. The only thing I didn’t get was an action figure. So be it.

It’s over now and we’re just moving forward. I have no complaints, I thank Tony (Khan).”

Also Read: AEW Wrestlers Tease Bret Hart Joining All Elite Wrestling

• ON THIS DAY IN WWE HISTORY (March 17, 2006) – WWE Friday Night SmackDown!

On this day in 2006, World Wrestling Entertainment aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Friday Night SmackDown!’.

It was broadcasted from the CenturyTelCenter in Bossier City, Louisiana and featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE WrestleMania 22’ PPV.

Here’s the match-card:

– “Money In The Bank” Qualifier: Fit Finlay vs. Bobby Lashley

– Paul Burchill & Kristal Marshall vs. William Regal & Jillian Hall

– Booker T vs. Jeremy Young

– “Money In The Bank” Qualifier: Matt Hardy vs. Animal

– Chris Benoit vs. Orlando Jordan

– Randy Orton, Rey Mysterio & Kurt Angle vs. MNM & Mark Henry

        
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