erstaunlicherweise entlässt AEW jetzt auch Personal, obgleich finanziell von superreichen Pakistanis gestützt:
As noted earlier, there had been speculation on AEW releasing Sadie Gibbs, Havoc and Priestley after their profiles were removed from the official AEW roster. Gibbs confirmed her departure on Twitter, as we noted before at this link. Now F4Wonline.com has confirmed the other two departures.
Priestley signed with AEW in February 2019 after turning down a WWE offer. She debuted at Fight for the Fallen on July 13 of last year, teaming with Shoko Nakajima to defeat Riho and Britt Baker. Priestley last wrestled on the March 11 Dynamite episode, teaming with Nyla Rose to defeat Kris Statlander and current Women's World Champion Hikaru Shida. It looked as if she was about to enter into a feud with Rose. AEW issued a statement on Havoc back in June after a woman named Rebecca Crow, who bills herself on Twitter as an international stage performer and adult content creator, used the "#SpeakingOut" movement to accuse him of physical and mental abuse why they dated for several years. AEW noted then that they wished Havoc the best as he received treatment and counseling in an effort to overcome the mental health and substance abuse challenges in his life.
Havoc, Priestley and Gibbs are all from the UK.