Former WWE wrestler Erick Rowan, now known as Erick Redbeard, has shown interest in joining WWE once again. The former member of the Wyatt Family and Bludgeon Brothers was let go by WWE in 2020 as a result of budget constraints, but now that Vince McMahon is no longer in command, a comeback is feasible. Since his promotion, Triple H has been bringing back talent that had been released from WWE. He is currently the head of creative and the executive vice president of talent relations.
Erick Redbeard: Part Timer for AEW
Redbeard has appeared on the AEW roster even though he hasn’t committed to a long-term relationship with the company; this week, he’ll be back with a match scheduled for Friday’s Rampage edition.
On this week’s Dynamite, a backstage scene saw Danhausen interrupting Billy Gunn as he was reprimanding Austin and Colten for losing to The Acclaimed in a Dumpster Fight last week set up a match between Redbeard and Danhausen vs the Gunn Club.
Erick Redbeard: Wrestling Career
Joseph Ruud (Erick Redbeard) is an American professional wrestler who was born on November 28, 1981. Under the ring moniker Erick Redbeard, he presently makes appearances for All Elite Wrestling (AEW). His tenure in WWE, where he competed between 2011 and 2020 under the ring name Erick Rowan (later Rowan), is what made him most famous.
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After training and competing for Pro Wrestling Noah in Japan, where he had previously wrestled, Ruud (Erick Redbeard) joined WWE in 2011. Before making his NXT debut in 2012 as a member of The Wyatt Family with Luke Harper and Bray Wyatt, he was assigned to its developmental area, Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). He later went on to win two SmackDown Tag Team Championships and one NXT Tag Team Championship alongside Harper (once with Harper and once with Daniel Bryan). In April 2020, Ruud was let go by WWE, and in 2022, he began working for AEW.