Dean Ambrose Clear of NoCompete Clause After WWE Contract Expires in April

Ringside News has an update on Dean Ambrose after he intends to leave WWE when his current deal expires in April. According to the report, if Ambrose waits for his contract to expire in April, he will not have any type of no-compete clause.

The report does mention that WWE could technically extend Ambrose’s contract for another 10 months, since he was injured and out for most of last year. However, it doesn’t appear that will be taking place.

As a result, if Dean Ambrose were to make a deal with All Elite Wrestling (AEW) after his WWE contract expires an April, he would reportedly be free and clear to appear at the Double or Nothing event. Double or Nothing is scheduled for May 25 in Las Vegas.

Additionally, Dean Ambrose was reportedly angered by WWE officials stating he was trying to leverage AEW in order to get a bigger deal with WWE. This apparently happened over the Royal Rumble weekend.

Also, he said on the Major Wrestling Figure Podcast that some talents “are just here for the money.”

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