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WWE legend Jake “The Snake” Roberts recently announced that he has re-signed with AEW to a two-year deal.
Roberts joined AEW in March 2020 as manager of Lance Archer. His initial deal was for ten weeks, but was later extended. In an interview with longtime friend Diamond Dallas Page, Jake Roberts expressed his gratitude to the AEW fans for making him feel loved. He has also credited Tony Khan for bringing back his love of wrestling and shared the news of his contract extension.
“To go in the ring after 22 years outside the ring and take down that promo Cody [Rhodes’] throat, I remember looking into his eyes and he said, ‘Where am I?'” Roberts said. “Put the microphone over my back and he catches it and he says, ‘What the hell did that mean?’ And to feel the love of all those people man because it was loud. It was loud and it let me know how much they loved me and it inspired me to stay with AEW and thanks to Tony Khan when I originally signed with them it was for a ten week deal.
“And then, a few weeks ago, I buzzed Tony, I said, ‘Hey, I’ve got four weeks.’,” Roberts continued. “‘What do you want me to do? I need a notice so I can start setting up my things,'” and he says, ‘We need to sign another piece of paper.’ And I signed again and when I signed it I found out it wasn’t for a year, it was for over a year, it was for two years (H/T: Post Wrestling)
Jake Roberts’ client Lance Archer takes on Jon Moxley at AEW Fyter Fest Night Two
Lance Archer and Jon Moxley took part in a classic Texas Deathmatch at Wrestle Kingdom 14, and they’ll do it again tonight at AEW Dynamite; Archer will compete for Moxley’s IWGP United States Championship.
This buzz-worthy rematch takes place at AEW Dynamite: Fyter Fest Night Two, with Archer hoping to win the match and take home his first title in his AEW career.
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