Vickie Guerrero is reportedly no longer All Elite.
Earlier this year, Fightful Select reported that Vickie Guerrero was set to leave AEW, with Guerrero herself later confirming that this was the case, noting that her deal was due to expire in July.
Fightful Select are now reporting that that period has now lapsed, and thus Guerrero is currently a free agent. The report also notes that Guerrero hasn’t been on the road with AEW since February, as the company are believed to have asked her to stay at home.
“After two years with All Elite Wrestling, Vickie Guerrero is no longer a part of the company, officially. Guerrero has not been on the road with AEW since February, when they asked her to remain home.”-Fightful
Per the report, Guerrero has long planned on pursuing other ventures, although as of writing, it’s unclear as to what the future holds for the manager and former WWE GM.
Vickie Guerrero made her first appearance for AEW on December 11th, 2019, and has served as a manager for the likes of Andrade el Idolo, Nyla Rose, and Marina Shafir during her time with the promotion.
Guerrero joins the likes of Brian Pillman Jr, Fuego Del Sol, and Leva Bates, amongst others, as AEW continues to part ways with talent that have been present since the early days of the promotion that now find themselves surplus to requirements.
As always, we’ll aim to provide any further updates on the future of Vickie Guerrero as soon as we hear more.