Goldust joined WWE in 1995 but now he is on the alumni page as he has signed with AEW and will be facing his brother Cody Rhodes at Double Or Nothing.
While this was inevitable, this almost didn’t happen as Vince McMahon was against Goldust letting out his contract. However, Triple H reasoned with Vince, as the Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports.
Runnels asked for his notice from WWE on 1/19, and they gave it to him, but he was given a 90-day non-compete which ended on 4/19. From the WWE side, Vince McMahon was said to be against it but Paul Levesque talked him into allowing Runnels to leave.
We will have to wait and see what happens at Double Or Nothing, as Goldust is focused on AEW now.
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