Matt Riddle is gearing up for a packed schedule in 2024. On September 22nd, 2023, WWE released him alongside other wrestlers like Mustafa Ali and Dolph Ziggler. Now, his non-compete clause is over, and he’s ready to go.

Matt Riddle might even get back into the MMA world next year. The options seem to be very open for The Original Bro. He could also draw a good payday wherever he goes, considering the fact that his name is quite valuable.

Beyond wrestling, the former MMA fighter made an appearance at the 2023 MMA Awards. Notably, he even took part in presenting during the event, showcasing his involvement in the broader combat sports community.

Matt Riddle was interviewed by Cageside Press and was asked about his plans for 2024. He had a lot to talk about.


“2024 is a big year, I’m going to keep pro wrestling, I’ll be traveling a lot let’s just say that, a lot of overseas tours stuff like that. I’m good, just hanging out, just had my fourth child little Matthew, this is big Matthew, and I’m excited for 2024. It’s a new year, definitely not a new me, but I would say a more improved me. That’s it dude, just having fun and taking it day by day.”

Following the expiration of Matt Riddle’s non-compete clause, he is set to compete in MLW on January 6th against Jacob Fatu. He also had a dream match planned against RVD in Chillicothe, Ohio.

Matt Riddle was fired from WWE after over two dozen backstage incidents. There was a reason behind his release. Only time will tell if he ever returns, because anything can happen, and anyone can return to WWE.

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Felix Upton

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