It might just be a matter of time for Dean Ambrose before he leaves WWE. As confirmed by the company, his current contract with WWE will be over in the month of April. So we can assume that he will walk out of the company once Wrestlemania season gets over. It’s hard to predict whether he will get a match on the show or not.
Speculations are running rampant that Dean Ambrose will join All Elite Wrestling after leaving the WWE. In fact, some of the sources also hinted that he might be available to work in their upcoming pay-per-view event named Double or Nothing on May 25th. It could happen if WWE does not have a no-compete clause for him spanning 90 days.
All Elite Wrestling has the ability to offer him the most lucrative contract which is even better than the WWE. But this kind of reports from the sources might infuriate Dean Ambrose even more since money is not the reason that he is leaving. He is not happy in WWE for a long time and might want to have a certain creative control over his character.
WWE officials have already tried to convince him to stay under their banner. But Dean Ambrose was extremely frustrated with his position. He did not even think twice to turn down those deals. But the efforts from WWE’s side is still continuing as they do not want him to leave.
So the current updates suggest that Vince McMahon and co. have to come up with a better deal for Dean Ambrose. Brad Shepard revealed about it on the Oh You Didn’t Know Wrestling show. Additionally, he revealed the key feature of the newly offered contract that might be able to make him agree to pen down the new deal.
Apparently, WWE officials know that money is not a concern for the former World Champion. So they are likely to provide him a lighter schedule, going forward. He can work in very limited dates throughout a calendar year. This would be very much opposed to his earlier contracts that forced him to wrestle for more than 300 days, a year.
Here’s what the source stated,
“WWE is going to take one more swing at re-signing Dean Ambrose and apparently, they’re going to offer him a very sweet deal which may include limited dates. They do not want him to leave.”
We can’t presume at this point what Dean Ambrose is going to do in his career. He can choose to leave or stay in the WWE if promised to be part of good storylines, going forward. The decision lies in his hand, only.