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Report: Kyle O'Reilly's WWE contract set to expire in December


Kyle O’Reilly’s WWE contract is reportedly expiring next month.

PWInsider reported this afternoon that O’Reilly’s contract is slated to expire in December. This would be the third WWE contract to come up soon, as Johnny Gargano’s contract is reportedly expiring on December 3, while Kevin Owens’ is scheduled to expire on January 31, 2022.

O’Reilly, 34, signed with the WWE in 2017 and made his debut on NXT aligning himself with Adam Cole and longtime tag team partner Bobby Fish. They, along with Roderick Strong, formed a stable known as The Undisputed Era. He held the NXT Tag Team titles three times with his stablemates throughout their run as a group.

The team broke up in February of this year, with Cole turning on O’Reilly. The two feuded through August, when O’Reilly defeated Cole at NXT TakeOver 36. Cole departed the company after the match and later signed with AEW. Bobby Fish, who was released from WWE in August, has also since signed with AEW.

In the weeks since the NXT 2.0 reboot in September, O’Reilly has been aligned with Von Wagner, forming a tag team.