Lio Rush made his debut at the AEW Double Or Nothing pay-per-view last year. Unfortunately for Lio Rush, his debut was short-lived as he suffered an injury in the Casino Battle Royale at the pay-per-view. Due to this, he had announced his retirement from pro wrestling back in June.

Lio Rush previously stated that he was content with what Rush had accomplished in his pro wrestling career. Eventually, Rush was able to make a full recovery and came back to pro wrestling. He is now signed with AEW and made frequent appearances on AEW television.

Lio Rush took to Twitter and officially announced that he will be a free agent on February 14th as his contract with AEW will expire then. He is already open to taking booking inquiries.

“On February 14, 2022, my contract will expire with AEW and I will become a free agent. For all booking inquiries, please email,”


Lio Rush recently called on Tony Khan to apologize to Big Swole after his comments about her in-ring skills following her AEW release. He would, later on, clarify his statements, but it seems that might have played a role in his impending AEW exit.

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