WWE Superstar's Contract Expiry Sparks AEW Speculation: Is a Major Move in the Works?


WWE Superstar's Contract Expiry Sparks AEW Speculation: Is a Major Move in the Works?
WWE Superstar's Contract Expiry Sparks AEW Speculation: Is a Major Move in the Works? © All Elite Wrestling/Twitter

In recent years, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has been the hotbed for former WWE Superstars looking to reinvent themselves. The latest buzz in the wrestling world centers around none other than the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Dolph Ziggler.

Rumors are swirling that Ziggler, whose absence from WWE rings has left fans curious, might be contemplating a jump to AEW. Adding intrigue to the situation is the fact that Dolph Ziggler has a wrestling sibling, Ryan Nemeth, who is already a part of the AEW roster.

While Ryan Nemeth may not have reached the main event spotlight in AEW, fans are fervently hoping for a potential union of the Ziggler brothers within the promotion. Dolph Ziggler's hiatus from WWE has only fueled speculation about his future in the wrestling world.

His brother, Ryan Nemeth, recently added fuel to the rumor mill by sharing a photoshopped image of himself and Ziggler proudly holding AEW championships on social media. With Ryan Nemeth firmly established in AEW, the possibility of Dolph Ziggler making the leap to the rival promotion becomes more plausible.

While no concrete evidence exists to confirm this move, it's worth noting that Ziggler has already accomplished a great deal during his tenure in WWE. At 43 years old, this juncture could be the ideal moment for him to explore new horizons in the world of professional wrestling.

CM Punk's AEW Clash

In related news, it's worth mentioning that Ryan Nemeth was involved in a reported altercation with CM Punk during his time in AEW. Allegedly, CM Punk took issue with Nemeth's social media post and decided to exclude him from a show.

Dutch Mantell, a wrestling veteran, commented on the incident during an episode of "Story Time with Dutch Mantell," expressing his confusion about the severity of the situation. Mantell remarked, "When you enter a dressing room, it's customary to acknowledge everyone present, though not necessarily with a handshake.

If this guy, Ryan Nemeth, failed to acknowledge anyone, it's puzzling why he would be asked to leave. There might have been a reason, but I've never encountered such a situation before." As the wrestling world eagerly awaits the next move of Dolph Ziggler and speculates on the future of the Ziggler brothers in professional wrestling, AEW continues to be at the center of attention, keeping fans on the edge of their seats. Stay tuned for further developments in this evolving story.