Farewell. There are many different varieties of wrestlers in the world and some of them are parts of wrestling families. Those are wrestlers who have come after one of their relatives in the industry and it is interesting to see how much better they often do with the experience they have been around. At the same time, it is no guarantee of success, and now another such star is leaving a major promotion.

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According to PWInsider.com, Brock Anderson has left AEW. Anderson’s contract reportedly expired, though there is always the chance that he will work with AEW again at some point in the future. Anderson, the son of wrestling legend Arn Anderson, has also been removed from AEW’s official roster page. His most recent AEW match took place on the August 12 edition of AEW Collision in a loss to Luchasaurus.

Brock did some things in AEW. Check out some of his time there:

Opinion: This is the kind of thing that is going to happen every so often. Brock is someone who was trying his hand in the ring and might not have been ready for a spot like this in AEW. At the same time, he got some great experience and exposure there, which should make his career that much better. Now just see what he can do going forward, as he will likely be around in a variety of places.

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