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The AEW roster has grown immensely since the company was first announced three years ago, and fans have seen some interesting names join All Elite Wrestling.

However, it seems like one name is on his way out as Lio Rush recently took to Twitter to announce that his current contract with All Elite Wrestling is set to expire on February 14th. Rush also noted that he will soon become a free agent and that he’s accepting booking inquiries.

“On February 14, 2022, my contract will expire with AEW and I will become a free agent. For all booking inquiries, please email @[email protected]

Lio Rush got a lot of people talking on social media recently when he called on AEW President Tony Khan to apologize for his response to Big Swole’s comments about the lack of diversity in AEW.

Lio Rush later followed up with a statement saying that he is proud to work for Tony Khan and AEW when he posted the following:

“I want this to be clear… I do not consider this to be a diversity issue, and I at no point have thought or said that AEW or Tony is racist. We can all clearly see that wrestling as a whole and the AEW roster is perpetually diverse. The issue at hand was a racial insensitivity issue.

“Having spoken to Tony and Megah, we have discussed the endeavors to further understand the struggles of the black community. I am grateful to be able to understand more about Tony and Megah’s own ethnic backgrounds and glad that they are actively seeking input from an African American perspective. I am proud to work for a boss and company that try to make these strides in social equality. I look forward to working with Tony to keep making steps towards positive change. I pray that 2022 is a year of positive change in all aspects. Happy New Year and GOD BLESS. #BeTheChange”

Stay tuned for more updates on Lio Rush as they become available.