Kylie Rae, one of the earlier signees All Elite Wrestling who later worked the first women’s match in company history, has left the promotion, per AEW President Tony Khan.
Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful spoke to Khan at the post-All Out media scrum. Sapp wrote, “I asked Tony Khan about Kylie Rae’s status. He told me she asked for her AEW release and they granted it. It was amicable, per Tony.”
Kylie wrestled at Double or Nothing in Las Vegas on May 25, in what was originally to be a triple threat match against Dr. Britt Baker and Nyla Rose. Awesome Kong was added last-minute to make it a four-way match, which Baker won.
Since Double or Nothing, Kylie has, according to Cagematch’s match records, wrestled only two matches, the last of which took place on June 14. That match was a two-on-one handicap bout against Robert Anthony and Frank the Clown for Freelance Wrestling in Chicago.
Kylie Rae made her first appearance for AEW at the Double or Nothing ticket announcement rally in Jacksonville back in February, where she was introduced by Brandi Rhodes.