AEW experienced a certain level of turnover in its roster, with some talent departing and new talent coming in. Over the past few months, there have been a few departures from Tony Khan’s roster. Even Vickie Guerrero, who has been with AEW, is expected to leave soon. In fact, Guerrero finally revealed when her contract actually expires.
As previously reported, Vickie Guerrero is set to “finish up” with AEW, and she will be leaving the company in a few months’ time. She worked as Nyla Rose’s manager and had some solid moments.
This was especially true during Nyla Rose’s feud with Jade Cargill. However, all good things must come to an end. Vickie has also managed Marina Shafir. In addition to her manager role, she has worked with the AEW Heels community.
While speaking on the Grue Rume Show, Vickie Guerrero talked about her status in AEW. Guerrero confirmed that she will be leaving AEW after her contract expires in July this year.
I told Dino (Winwood) before and I’m gonna say this publicly that just because of whatever he’s done in the wrestling industry, because of where I’m at, does not make me any better than he is because he could probably have more insight than I have on wrestling history which in the second or the first episode is true because I went on some social media topic that made me look like a total jerk and a not know it all host and you’ll see where that goes but, I always open my mind to different people and Michael, our producer and his assistant Sandra, they’re a great team and they always have these ideas and so when they thought about collaborating Dino and I, I’m always open to it because I think that the more people the merrier and the more insight that he has and I think kind of being myself and this was a great project for me to start doing, especially after leaving AEW because I’m able to kind of be more of myself.
Usually when you’re under a promotion, you have these guidelines and these narrow boundaries that you kind of have to stay in whenever you’re under a promotion so, this is the perfect timing for us to kind of get our subscribers built and then once July comes and I’m off of AEW then I’m able to really say what’s on my mind.
It’s not about insulting the business or anything. It’s just I have a lot of behind the scenes and how things are run and you know, with the talent too so we kind of feed off each other so I’m really excited about the topics that we’ve created and we’re still building more topics.
It remains to be seen what Vickie Guerrero’s next move will be following her departure from All Elite Wrestling. However, she has a life outside of professional wrestling that she may choose to focus on. We extend our best wishes to Vickie Guerrero as she embarks on a new journey.
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