Soon after, it was confirmed that Archer is going to make his AEW debut on this week's edition of Dynamite.
Archer recently posted a tweet directed towards his haters, and assured that he will neither block nor respond to any of them.
He finished off the tweet by telling them to watch him on AEW Dynamite on Wednesdays. Check out the tweet below:
After a five-year stint in Impact Wrestling, Archer was signed by WWE in 2009. He made his TV debut on the November 3 episode of ECW, and squashed Logan Jones in the process.
He didn't do much of note for the remainder of his WWE run and was released from the company on November 19, 2010.
Following his release from WWE, Archer made his way to New Japan Pro-Wrestling and was a mainstay in the promotion for the next four years. He left NJPW in 2015 and wrestled for several indie promotions. Archer came back to the company two years later, where he wrestled for a while before leaving for AEW.Published 04 Mar 2020, 09:51 IST