Yet another stable is set to be with AEW for the long run.
Earlier today, Sports Illustrated revealed that The Elite (Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks, and Adam Page) have signed multi-year extension with All Elite Wrestling. Shortly following the announcement, Evil Uno of The Dark Order took to Twitter to say, “Dark Order also re-signed. Where’s our press release?”
Whilst many fans may have initial thought the Tweet was nothing more than a joke, Fightful Select have now confirmed that The Dark Order have, in fact, re-signed with AEW, extending their stay into 2026.
“Dark Order were recently re-signed to three-year contracts, and will be with All Elite Wrestling into 2026. The group has been a fixture in AEW since 2019.”-Fightful
The stable, now consisting of Evil Uno, John Silver, Alex Reynolds, and Brodie Lee Jr, has had several members come and go over the years, including the likes of Stu Grayson, Alan Angels, and of course, the late, great Brodie Lee.
Uno, Silver, and Reynolds most recently competed at ROH’s Death Before Dishonor show on July 21st, taking on the team of Stu Grayson and The Righteous in a Fight Without Honor.
As always, we’ll aim to provide any further updates on The Dark Order extending their contracts with AEW as soon as we hear more.