Kylie Rae was set to take on Deonna Purrazzo at Impact Wrestling’s Bound For Glory event, but she didn’t show up. Some of her friends and fans were worried, but she’s okay. Now she has retired yet again.

Rae announced she was leaving pro wrestling after her AEW release. She explained her reasons for wanting to leave AEW. Rae said on Instagram in November, 2019 that:

Nobody made me leave. AEW took my career to new levels and I’m beyond grateful for every opportunity and experience that has come along the way and wish nothing but the best. It’s a great group of people who truly love wrestling and just want everyone to succeed.

Kylie Rae returned to pro wrestling after that first hiatus. Now she has left once more.


On her Patreon, where she has 106 subscribers, Kylie Rae announced that she is no longer taking bookings, and she is “truly sorry for the pain I’ve caused and miscommunication, I am currently unwell.” She said that she is no longer a pro wrestler, and she is also taking a break from social media. She also apologized for not making this announcement before her followers could be charged for a new month.

I’m truly sorry for the pain I’ve caused and miscommunication, I am currently unwell.

I’m also sorry that I wasn’t able to get this out before your monthly subscription charge.

I wanted to take this time to say I am no longer a professional wrestler and am currently taking a break from social media. It’s been a very hard decision to make but please understand.
When I am well, I will try to fulfill any obligations that have missed.
During this time, most tiers will not be able to be fulfilled, please feel free to unsubscribe from this membership/PatreonAccount.

Thank you for your understanding. <3

We’ll have to see if this is goodbye forever for Kylie Rae. She has a ton of ability and fans who love watching her work. At 28-years-old, she still has plenty of time to change her mind, because you can never say never in pro wrestling.

We’re sending out our best to Kylie Rae as she deals with this situation.

H Jenkins

I love pro wrestling and hate BS. These two things drive me. Years of experience in writing, journalism, and digging exclusive insider info for Ringside News. Worked in finance before realizing pro wrestling journalism made much less sense. Pro beachballs at pro wrestling shows, pro dives if someone catches, anti bullies, olives, and pineapples on pizza.

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