AEW is a new company and they are always in the market for signing exciting new talents. After the Butcher and the Blade’s arrival a few weeks ago, it seems like AEW has snatched up yet another duo for the flourishing tag-team division of the company.
John Silver and Alex Reynolds, who featured in two different segments on the most recent episode of Dynamite, have reportedly put pen to the paper and inked a deal with the company, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
Reynolds lost against Jon Moxley, which was the shortest match in AEW history. The duo was laid out by Moxley in the opening segment and had a short backstage segment with The Dark Order later on in the show.
Silver and Reynolds are mostly used as enhancement talents, and it is puzzling to see how they will fit in the already stacked tag-team division of AEW. The duo could start their full-time run with the company in a feud with the Dark Order, who tried to recruit them into their army on this week’s Dynamite.
AEW is trying to fill out the roster slowly and steadily, and although it needs more work, the shows have been promising so far.
The Beaver Boys (Reynolds and Silver), aren’t the only ones to reportedly ink deals with the company, as the WON reports that we could be getting yet another stable in AEW pretty soon.
Marty Scrull, who recently finished up with ROH, teased the Villain Enterprise with Luke Harper a few days ago. Harper, who was released from WWE this month, has quickly become one of the hottest free agents on the independent circuit.
Scrull was part of the Elite along with Cody and The Young Bucks, and could definitely be headed back to his old buddies. However, the possibility of a faction with the former Intercontinental Champion is quite interesting.