A former AEW star has now taken the next step in their career as they launch their own exclusive content website following in the footsteps of many of their wrestling colleagues.
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.”
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, briefly aligning with Brandi Rhodes as The Nightmare Sisters.
Allie Launches New Venture After AEW Exit
Allie revealed on social media that she has launched her own exclusive content page where she uses the name Laura Allie, a mix of her real-life and wrestling names.
There are plenty of other female wrestling stars who have launched their own content sites in recent years. Mandy Rose was fired by WWE due to the explicit content she was producing but the page is said to have brought in millions of dollars for the former NXT Women’s Champion.