#3 Doesn't want to return: Ex-WWE star Zack Ryder
The former champion then moved over to All Elite Wrestling. He made several appearances for the company in late 2020, before revealing that his short-term deal with the company had expired.
Ryder looks to have turned his attention to AEW and Indie promotions over the past few months. The former WWE star realized that there are many other promotions out there to conquer.
“That’s the place to be right now. To be there even for a month, and do a couple of matches, was a lot of fun. It was great to just be out there and be myself again. Hopefully, we’ll do it again soon. It’s a weird situation and a weird time in the world. I’d love to go to New Japan, or even go back and main event a few indie shows at my home promotions in New York. When the world opens up, it’ll be the best time in wrestling. Fans and wrestlers will both be so excited and we’re gonna have some kicka** shows."
Ryder was part of WWE for more than a decade. He was a popular star among the WWE Universe, but it appears that he has now opened a new chapter in his career.