QT Marshall announced on social media that he is resigning from AEW and will be leaving company at the end of this year.
Marshall specifically said AEW has changed a lot since 2019 and is heading in a different direction. He also said that he feels it is best he does the same.
Marshall signed with AEW back in 2019. Last year, Tony Khan named Marshall as the Vice President of Show and Creative Coordination. He recently dropped the AAA Latin American Title to Octagon Jr. back on November 19.
His last in-ring appearance for AEW was back on October 25 episode of Dynamite, where he teamed with Johnny TV and Aaron Solo, defeating Brandon Cutler, Colt Cabana, and Lince Dorado in a six-man tag team match.