In a recent development, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) officially bid farewell to Brock Anderson, the son of legendary wrestler Arn Anderson. The decision comes after days of speculation regarding the non-renewal of Brock’s talent contract, aligning with AEW’s practice of letting deals expire instead of releasing talents.
Brock, who graduated from Providence High School in Charlotte with the distinction of being the 24th best-graduating linebacker in the state, entered the world of wrestling after receiving training from QT Marshall and Glacier at the Nightmare Factory.
His journey with AEW began in March 2021 when he signed with the promotion. Notably, he made a significant appearance on Collision, where he saved Darby Allin and delivered a promo targeting Luchasaurus and Christian Cage. However, this moment of triumph was followed by a swift defeat to Luchasaurus.
Brock Anderson himself confirmed his departure through a post on Twitter, bringing an end to his tenure with AEW
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