QT Marshall put out a statement on his social media early evening on Monday, November 27 confirming that he has officially resigned from AEW.
QT Marshall No Longer All Elite
QT Marshall took to his social media early evening on Monday, November 27 to put out a statement announcing that he has officially resigned from AEW. The resignation will come into effect at the end of 2023.
Marshall joined AEW as an on-screen and off-screen figure at the inception of the promotion. On TV, Marshall worked as talent whilst he also worked as an associate producer backstage.
Between December 2019 and March 2021, Marshall was a member of The Nightmare Family stable and, within that group, he formed a tag team with Dustin Rhodes as The Natural Nightmares. Following his breakaway from The Nightmare Family, Marshall was joined by Anthony Ogogo, Nick Comoroto, and Aaron Solo to form The Factory.
In early 2023, Marshall began appearing in several segments titled “QTV”, alongside Solo, Powerhouse Hobbs, Harley Cameron, and Johnny TV. At the end of his run with the promotion, Marshall leaves the promotion also having been a VP and a Manager of Talent Relations.
Check out Marshall’s full statement below: