An AEW original is now longer All Elite.
On November 9th, The Bunny was removed from AEW’s official roster page, sparking speculation that she’d left the company. Her departure was then confirmed by Mike Johnson of PWInsider who noted that the star and the company had “mutually agreed to part ways.”
The report adds there are no further details available.
Many are now tipping The Bunny to return to IMPACT Wrestling where she enjoyed considerable success as “Allie.” The star first appeared for the company in 2013, before making another brief stop in 2015, eventually signing a full-time contract in March 2016.
Allie remained with the company until 2019 when her “Dark Allie” character died, writing her off television. She went on to sign with AEW and worked as a manager for The Butcher and The Blade while competing in the women’s division.
AEW Sign Mariah May
The Bunny’s departure comes just days after Mariah May signed with AEW. May is regarded as one of the top female performers in the world, having grabbed headlines while with Stardom.
May was introduced on Dynamite by RJ City who welcomed her to the company and asked what her aspirations were. May was delighted to be there and overjoyed at meeting City – naturally – due to his recent association with Toni Storm. May was beside herself when it became clear she’d be able to meet Storm in the future which by wrestling logic almost guarantees the Timeless star will be May’s first feud in the company.