Tully Blanchard is considered one of the most respected Wrestling veterans of the business. Blanchard was going strong on-screen in AEW and its sister promotion, Ring of Honor, in managerial roles. However, it looks like his wrestling career has finally come to its closure for good.

The WWE Hall of Famer became a part of AEW in July 2019. He was regularly featured on television programming, serving as the manager of The Pinnacle and FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler). However, he moved to Ring of Honor after FTR removed him from his role and formed the Tully Blanchard Enterprises with (Toa Liona and Kaun) and Brian Cage.

Despite a good tenure in AEW and ROH, Tully Blanchard has now confirmed that he is no longer under contract with either promotion. He spoke about this during an interview with the Two Man Power Trip.

“I’m no longer with AEW or Ring of Honor or any subsidiaries thereof. That sounded pretty legal, didn’t it? I would imagine that my wrestling career is probably over other than doing autograph shows and things like we did in Nashville. I don’t know how many retirement matches, last matches, (Ric) Flair can have,” 

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Blanchard further revealed details on if his contract had expired.

“No, it was a little more complex than that, but my contract is up and I’m gone.”

Tully Blanchard was known to be a great in-ring competitor back in his heyday. His legacy continues today with his daughter, Tessa Blanchard, who is one of the most talented wrestlers on the planet, carrying the family name proudly forward.

Only time will tell if Tully Blanchard works for another pro wrestling company, but his time with Tony Khan’s organization is over.

Do you think Tully Blanchard’s wrestling career is indeed over? Sound off in the comments!

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