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Through an Instagram Live session Monday night, Black stressed that reports of AEW granting him “a conditional release” are false, pointing out how he specifically put the word “release” under quotations in his statement released last week – with the intention of debunking the reports.
“I have read a few narratives online in regards to my “release”, mental health and my personal life that I can summarize swiftly; if it didn’t come from me, it didn’t happen,” Black wrote on Instagram on September 19.
“Why are people still writing that I got my release [from AEW]? Why do you trust these people to tell you the truth? Because it’s not true,” Black said.
“I will see you guys in a couple of weeks, maybe a couple of months,” Black said. “Like I said, I’m only taking some time off. That’s it – there’s no conspiracy to this. Alright? I’ll see you guys soon, stop believing any other narrative.
“I’m going to be fine, everything is fine, you’ll see me right back with AEW pretty soon. I’m just going to take some time off. And lastly, please don’t make me an instrument for this whole us [AEW] vs. them [WWE] tribalism, I don’t do that stuff.”