According to a report, AEW has some booking issues with a specific talent. Interestingly enough, this person also happens to be a former WWE superstar. However, even more, he’s not the only one. More on this story, below.
AEW Has Booking Issues
AEW fans haven’t seen Miro in action  since the All Out event. He hasn’t even been in that squared circle on Dynamite, for months now.
What’s the record for straight hours of playing #GodofWarRagnarok  ?
— Miro (@ToBeMiro) December 21, 2022 
As per Wrestling Observer Radio’s  Dave Meltzer, there seem to be some booking issues that AEW is facing with Miro. The once-top WWE star doesn’t want to lose.
In fact, Meltzer notes that most ex-WWE superstars are hesitant to do programs where they are going to lose. Dave does state that there are exceptions in talent like Jon Moxley , Bryan Danielson, and Chris Jericho.
AEW Has Booking Issues – Could A Return Be Delayed?
It’s also being reported that Miro declined plans Tony Khan had around his AEW return. So, what happens next for the former Rusev and All Elite Wrestling?
Unless Miro is willing to lose, it sounds like his AEW comeback is up in the air. Here’s hoping he can find some resolution to this issue.
Meanwhile, word is that Chelsea Green is planning a WWE return, very soon. However, with Mandy Rose recently released due to her racy premium content site, looks like Green is taking a proactive approach to her comeback.
Chelsea Green Shuts Down FansOnly
Green was released from the WWE  early last year. As such, she dove into other initiatives to generate income.
One was an OnlyFans page. However, reports reveal that Chelsea has deactivated this account as she gears up to make a splashing return to the WWE.
It appears that when users click on her OnlyFans page, a message pops up that states this is not available. This notification is a blanket statement that essentially informs users that the page has been taken down.
A Girl’s Gotta Do, What A Girl’s Gotta Do
It seems that the WWE likely has a strict policy around these sorts of accounts . If Green wants a successful return to the company, then it makes sense she would deactivate her OnlyFans page.
As per a Fightful Select  report, Chelsea’s WWE comeback is imminent. Perhaps she shocks fans with a return, come the 2023 Women’s Royal Rumble match.
Regardless, there’s a good chance that she’ll come back just in time for the Road to WrestleMania season. With her Impact departure, and now shutting down her OnlyFans site, the WWE Universe will likely see her soon.
But the bigger question is, will her hubby Matt Cardona return, too? Who wouldn’t love to see Zack Ryder back in the WWE?
At the age of 31, Chelsea knows her way around a squared circle. She began wrestling in 2014, circling the indies, and then spent some time with Impact Wrestling and Lucha Underground.
Green signed with the WWE in 2018. Unfortunately, a broken wrist during her first match at NXT delayed things a bit, but she eventually recovered some months later and got into the swing of things again.
She hit the main roster in November 2020, but sadly, broke her wrist again during her first SmackDown bout. Chelsea was ultimately released from the company on April 15, 2021.