Brock Anderson was last seen in AEW action two weeks ago on Collision when he unsuccessfully battled Luchasaurus for the TNT Championship. It was also the first time Anderson had seen AEW action in over three months, leading some to speculate what the young star’s status with the promotion may be—especially considering Brian Pillman Jr., whom he had been regularly tagging with, was no longer signed to an AEW contract.
On the latest episode of ARN, Brock’s WWE Hall of Famer father, Arn, gave fans a big update on when his son’s AEW contract will be done. He noted that Brock’s contract is “up at the end of the month” but fell short of giving more details on what his pro wrestling future looks like. Arn was seen alongside Brock in his match against Luchasaurus and cut a fiery promo on his behalf before it took place.
As for Arn and his status with AEW, he released a statement in December 2022 clarifying when his All Elite deal comes up. The statement came on the heels of comments he made on his podcast that were construed as him being done with AEW or retiring entirely sometime in 2023.
“Just to be clear, I am under contract with AEW for another year and a half,” he began. “I hope to be able to replay Tony for having Brock and I as a part of AEW and I have many friends who work there. I misspoke when I said 2023 (on his podcast). If I created any incorrect narrative, I apologize. The truth is, I would like to be around for as long as I can contribute to the business and am still having fun. I’m sure the article in question didn’t spark mass panic, but I wanted to clear up my mistake. I believe a person’s work means something, even in our crazy world! – AA”