AEW's Tony Khan has confirmed that Kylie Rae is no longer part of the company's roster, having asked for her release.
Speaking in a media gathering following tonight's All Out pay-per-view, the company's president told reporters that the two parties had separated amicably upon Rae's request.
Khan did not offer any further explanation on Rae's release. The Wrestling Observer reported back in July that she had been out of action with an undisclosed medical issue, but was expected to return promptly.
Kylie had previously missed a scheduled match opposite Leva Bates on the pre-show of AEW's Fyter Fest, ultimately replaced by Allie. She had not wrestled for the company since her Fatal Four Way alongside Nyla Rose, Dr. Britt Baker and Awesome Kong at Double or Nothing.
Rae becomes the first contracted member of AEW to leave the company. Given the nature of the split, it's eminently likely that Rae and AEW could link up in the future should she so desire.