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FTR Finishes With Another Promotion (Breaking News)

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FTR is done with AAA for the time being.

Just over two weeks after losing the ROH tag team titles, FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler) lost the AAA tag team titles to Los Hermanos Lee (Dragon Lee & Dralistico) at Wednesday’s AAA Noche de Campeones event. FTR held the AAA titles for 438 days.



FTR are set to defend the IWGP tag team titles (which are now the only titles they currently hold) against Bishamon (YOSHI-HASHI & Hirooki Goto) at Wrestle Kingdom 17.

Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler dropped the AAA Tag Team Titles on December 28.

Fightful Select had reported that week prior that the duo was expected to drop the titles, and now we know it’s served a dual purpose — to further their current losing streak storyline, and because they’re finished up with AAA.

Fightful Select learned that Dax and Cash had informed AAA that they wanted to drop the tag team titles and finish up with them at the end of the year. FTR’s run has been a surprising one, holding titles in AAA and NJPW, despite the fact that not only do those two companies not work with one another but that FTR are contracted to AEW.

In a recent Fightful interview with Dax Harwood, he said that he believes their contracts with All Elite Wrestling are up in the Spring and have considered wrestling off of national television for a while.



 

 

FTR Contract Details Following AAA departure

FTR has had a remarkable run in the past year, thanks to their success in AEW, ROH, AAA, and NJPW.

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FTR Contract Details

Dax Harwood stated during a conversation with Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful that the tag team first thought their AEW contract would be up last year, but he now believes his current AEW contract expires at the end of April 2023.

He said they’re weighing their options and that he and Cash Wheeler have discussed their future extensively. One specific plan they have discussed is FTR taking a year off from wrestling for big companies.

Harwood claimed that the chance to work with more independent companies has let them realize how much they enjoy working on those shows.

Is FTR finishing with AAA another sign that WWE is on the horizon?

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