Brock Anderson No Longer With AEW

Brock Anderson's time with AEW has come to an end

Eagle-eyed individuals yesterday spotted that Brock Anderson was no longer on AEW’s roster page, hinting that his time in the company had come to an end. 

This was followed up by a report from PWInsider, which confirmed that Anderson had in fact parted ways with the company;

“ is told that an internal email was issued this evening, announcing Anderson, 26, was no longer with the company. The belief is that his contract has expired and like several others who have recently departed, the door is open for him to be used in the future.”

Anderson was brought in to AEW as a member of the Nightmare Family, teaming up with Cody Rhodes in his debut match during The American Nightmare’s feud with QT Marshall. He was mostly an undercard performer during his time in AEW, though he did main event Dynamite once when getting squashed by Malakai Black back in 2021. Prior to his exit, he hadn’t won a match in AEW since August 2022.

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Written by Andrew Kelly