Backstage Update On Vickie Guerrero’s AEW Contract

Vickie Guerrero is a free agent.

Guerrero’s departure from AEW was announced earlier this year, and Guerrero later confirmed that her contract would not be renewed. According to reports, the two parties agreed to let Guerrero’s contract expire.

Guerrero’s contract has officially expired, according to Fightful Select, and she is no longer with the company. Guerrero has not traveled with AEW since February, when she was asked to remain at home.

Guerrero’s social media accounts have been deactivated since early April, following a public spat with family members following her younger daughter, Sherilyn, accusing Vickie’s husband, Kris Benson, of sexually assaulting her in 2020. Around that time, Guerrero was removed from the AEW website roster.

Guerrero was reported to have received a job offer from a shopping network, possibly the Home Shopping Network, in late February, but this was before her family issues became public on social media in April. There has been no word on whether she will enter that new line of work as previously anticipated.

Guerrero, who graduated from Herzing University in August 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration after receiving a 2018 WWE Talent Scholarship, made her AEW debut as a guest commentator in December 2019. She later took over as manager of Nyla Rose and briefly led Andrade El Idolo. When officials asked her to stay at home, she was managing Rose and Marina Shafir. Guerrero also worked extensively on the AEW Heels brand and contributed to a number of AEW’s digital projects while at the company.