All Elite Wrestling is an American professional wrestling promotion and entertainment company based in Jacksonville, Florida. Former employees in AEW consist of professional wrestlers, managers, valets, play-by-play and color commentators, announcers, interviewers, referees, trainers, script writers, executives, and members of the board of directors.

They primarily appeared on AEW television programming, pay-per-views, and live events. When talent is released of their contract, it could due to retirement, personal reasons, time off, budget cuts, the individual may have asked for their release or their contract was not renewed. In one case, a talent has died while they were contracted, such as Mr. Brodie Lee.

Those who made appearances without a contract and those who were previously released but are currently employed by AEW are not included.

Personnel

Cody Rhodes
Indicates the person died while contracted with AEW
Birth name Ring name(s) Tenure Ref
Angela Arnold AQA 2022 [1]
Alexandra Barrulas Shanna 2019–2021 [2]
Matthew Burns Nick Mondo 2019–2020 [3]
Marc Dionne Stu Grayson 2019–2022 [4]
Jack Evans Jack Evans 2019–2022 [5]
Robert Fish Bobby Fish 2021–2022 [6]
Frank Gerdelman Frankie Kazarian 2019–2023 [7]
Sadie Gibbs Sadie Gibbs 2019–2020 [8]
Melanie Goranson Mel 2019–2021 [9]
Lionel Green Lio Rush 2021–2022 [10]
Salvador Guerrero IV Chavo Guerrero Jr. 2021–2022 [11]
Christopher Guy Ace Steel 2022 [12]
Jamin Pugh Jay Briscoe 2023 [13]
Jonathan Huber Mr. Brodie Lee 2020 [14]
Joseph Janela Joey Janela 2019–2022
Aerial Hull Big Swole 2019–2021 [15]
Darren Matthews William Regal 2022
James McAhren Jimmy Havoc 2019–2020 [16]
Alex Mendez Goldenboy 2019–2020 [citation needed]
Noah Nelms Marko Stunt 2019–2022
Nobuhiko Oshima Cima 2019–2020 [citation needed]
Beatrice Priestley Bea Priestley 2019–2020 [17]
Brandi Runnels Brandi Rhodes 2019–2022 [18]
Cody Runnels Cody
Cody Rhodes
Fuego 2
2019–2022 [18]
Brianna Sparrey Kylie Rae 2019 [19]
Jennifer Sterger Jennifer Decker 2019–2020 [20][unreliable source?]
Kia Stevens Awesome Kong 2019–2021 [21]
Trey Tucker[22] Alan Angels[23] 2020–2022 [24]
Willie Urbina Willie Urbina 2019–2021 [25]
Ivelisse Vélez Ivelisse 2019
2020–2021
[26]

References

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