During a recent interview with pressandguide.com, Rhyno said that his WWE deal expires in July and it’s uncertain if he’ll be sticking around.
“I love working with WWE. They’re great. But I might have to go somewhere else. I don’t know yet,” Rhyno said.
– Cody Rhodes announced Kurt Angle as the latest major star to appear at the Starrcast convention:
It’s damn true
Kurt Angle is coming to Starrcast II!
It’s damn true
Kurt Angle is coming to Starrcast II! pic.twitter.com/MQaInO2eok
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) April 2, 2019
Dean Ambrose Says Goodbye To WWE After Raw Ends?
Was this the Lunatic Fringe’s final WWE farewell?
With his WrestleMania 35 bout against Kurt Angle looming, Baron Corbin had a mixed WWE Raw last night.
His first major contribution came early in the show, when he confronted the Olympian during a nostalgic “goodbye” segment, before getting into it with Rey Mysterio. This led to Corbin being booked against the high-flyer in the main event. He was victorious, putting Mysterio away with the Deep Six, before Angle beat him down to close the show standing tall.
Things reportedly got ever worse for Corbin after Raw had gone off the air. This is according to Twitter user @PirateAngel55, who was in the building. They claim that Ambrose emerged after the cameras stopped rolling and beat the former ‘Constable’ down before pausing, looking to the crowd, and giving one “final bow” for the audience then disappearing again.
Dean’s latest televised appearance came on the previous week’s Raw, when Drew McIntyre defeated him in a Last Man Standing bout. He has remained active on the house show circuit since then, teaming with Seth Rollins to face McIntyre and Corbin, but is still expected to leave the company when his contract expires after WrestleMania 35.