Big Swole and All Elite Wrestling have mutually agreed to part ways.
Swole confirmed as much on Tuesday, which was her last day with the promotion. Calling it a "hard but needed decision," Swole said she spoke to Tony Khan and other AEW officials, who agreed that her contract wouldn't be renewed - and that she and the company would go their separate ways.
Here is Swole's statement in full:-
Swole debuted for AEW at All Out 2019, where she competed in the Casino Battle Royale. She ended up signing with the promotion that December and soon established herself on television, working regularly across Dynamite and pay-per-view, including in a featured program with Britt Baker culminating at All Out 2020.
October 2020 brought an AEW Women's World Title shot for Swole, who was defeated by Hikaru Shida on Dynamite's first-anniversary show. She fell out of the Dynamite rotation thereafter, however, having last worked on the TNT brand back in December 2020.
The 32-year-old suffers from Crohn's Disease. This has held her career up considerably in the past, including at the COVID-19 pandemic's onset, when the new external circumstances meant she had to go off her medicine:-
🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/lcBNupsNd4— Big Swole Baby (@SwoleWorld) March 9, 2021
All the best to Swole in her next move, whatever it may be.