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Kyle O'Reilly comments on signing with AEW


Kyle O'Reilly has offered his first comments about signing with AEW.

O'Reilly made his AEW debut by interfering in Adam Cole's match against Orange Cassidy at last night's Holiday Bash episode of Dynamite. After O'Reilly's appearance, Tony Khan posted a tweet officially announcing that O'Reilly is All Elite.

"Life is crazy and I’m very grateful that my professional wrestling abilities have taken me to a new frontier in which to explore my ass-kicking ways. Proud to be apart of @AEW and thanks to @TonyKhan for the opportunity," O'Reilly tweeted.

"If you’re a fan of mine from elsewhere I hope you continue to support me. If you’re new to KOR prepare to see a man that pours his f’n soul into that ring every night and has an unquenchable thirst for cans of whoop ass. Also, reDRagon is back!!!"

O'Reilly and Bobby Fish both interfered and helped Cole get the win against Cassidy last night. It had been hyped going into the show that Cole would have a Christmas present for The Young Bucks. After Cole got the win, O'Reilly started to beat Cassidy down. Cole pulled O'Reilly off Cassidy and exchanged words with him, but Best Friends (Trent Beretta & Chuck Taylor) ran in. Cole, O'Reilly, and Fish laid out Best Friends and then stood together in the ring.

The Young Bucks made their way out and were confused about the situation. Cole was left between The Young Bucks and O'Reilly & Fish.

O'Reilly will make his AEW in-ring debut in a six-man tag match on next Wednesday's New Year's Smash Dynamite. It will be O'Reilly, Cole & Fish vs. Cassidy, Beretta & Taylor.

Video of O'Reilly's appearance on last night's show is available to watch below: