Arn Anderson has revealed that his son Brock Anderson only has six months left on his contract, as rumours about him leaving AEW continue to grow. The second-generation superstar has struggled to find a regular spot in AEW since his debut, and has not progressed as would have hoped to compete with fellow young stars like Wheeler Yuta and Daniel Garcia.
As the son of the Four Horsemen member, WWE Hall of Famer Arn Anderson, he came into the company with lofty expectations. Trained by Dustin Rhodes and QT Marshall at the Nightmare Factory, he graduated college, from East Carolina University, in 2019, just two years before making his AEW debut.
In a recent interview with AdFreeShows, Arn Anderson spoke about Brock Anderson’s contract, explaining that it only has six months left until it expires, while also revealing that he has an extra year on his own deal until he is gone from All Elite Wrestling.
“I’m hanging onto the idea that Brock just hasn’t had his second chance yet because of the rotation. I’m still under contract for about a year and a half, Brock about six months.“
“I’m sure Tony (Khan) struggles with it, trying to get everybody on there and get everybody rotated, but we’re just hanging on; we don’t want to do anything else.”
Brock Anderson has not been featured regularly at all since he made his debut in the company back in 2021. His last big match in the company was a squash match against Malakai Black in 2022, although he did team with Brian Pillman Jr against Rick and Kerry Morton at Ric Flair’s last match.
Brock Anderson made his AEW Dynamite debut on 6th June 2021. Brock Anderson’s first match was a tag team match, teaming with Cody Rhodes to take on the team of Aaron Solo and QT Marshall. It was a solid match, with Brock Anderson’s AEW debut performance being described as “good but nothing special”. In the match, he pinned Aaron Solo to gain victory for his team and did a good job of introducing himself to the AEW audience.
He is 6 foot tall and weighs in at 209 lbs. He studied at East Carolina University, where he graduated in 2019. He played football in high school, and was ranked 94th among graduating linebackers in North Carolina and 904th in the entire United States.
It is not currently known if Brock Anderson will extend his AEW contract when it expires in 6 months