Rhyno will be back in in-ring competition next month.
Michigan's own Rhyno was profiled for a feature in the 'Press & Guide' in April and within the article, there was note that Rhyno told the publication that his contract with WWE expires in mid-July. Rhyno followed up on that note during an interview with Chris Van Vliet and shared that WWE offered him double his downside guarantee but he declined the offer.
Rhyno has not been in action since the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 35 but he has been announced for Pro Wrestling Revolver's show on July 26th in Iowa entitled 'Afraid Of The Dark'. Rhyno is set to team with Tommy Dreamer, Eddie Edwards and Jimmy Jacobs against o.V.e. (Sami Callihan, Jake Crist, Dave Crist and Madman Fulton) in a Extreme Rules Tornado tag match.
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The International Wrestling Cartel promotion has also promoted the return of Rhyno to their promotion and noted that he'll be joining their roster. On The Wrestling Revolver's website, Rhyno has been labeled a "Former WWE star" and to stay up to date on the contract status of Rhyno and more names in the land of professional wrestling, check out Fightful's contracts article.