According to a new report, Bobby Fish isn’t expected to sign a new contract with All Elite Wrestling.
When Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly returned to AEW television on August 3rd, they confirmed reports that they weren’t yet medically cleared to compete. During that appearance, the Undisputed Elite came to an end as a group when Cole, O’Reilly, and Bobby Fish turned on the Young Bucks, attacking them to try and keep them out of the AEW Trios Championship Tournament if they were going to be choosing another partner.
Bobby Fish hasn’t been seen on AEW television again since that day, and according to a new report from Fightful Select, he’s not expected to sign a new contract with the company when his deal is up. While the exact date of his contract expiring is not listed in the report, Fish officially became All Elite on October 6th, 2021 after unsuccessfully facing Sammy Guevara for the TNT Title on Dynamite.
After competing as a singles performer for a brief period of time, he joined forces with his fellow former Undisputed Era members Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly and largely competed in a tag team alongside O’Reilly. He last competed on on AEW television on July 18th when he defeated Blake Li on Dark Elevation.
However, he has been taking independent bookings, and recently competed at the independent promotion Defy on August 20th, defeating Yuya Uemura in Seattle, WA. He’s also been announced for an upcoming seminar and match for Black Label Pro in Crown Point, IN.
For what it’s worth, Fish was very complimentary of Triple H in a recent interview.