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Gable Steveson’s Brother Is Also Gone From WWE, Reason Behind It

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Below are a couple of top WWE & AEW news stories of the day, involving Damon Kemp and Collision.

• Damon Kemp (aka Bobby Steveson, real-life brother of Gable Steveson), once seen as a future star in NXT, has announced his departure from WWE. The NXT wrestler shared the news on Twitter, expressing gratitude for his time with the company:

“As of today I am no longer under contract with WWE. Forever grateful for the people I met and the experiences I’ve had. For business inquiries – damonkempmgmt@gmail.com”

Damon Kemp Bobby Steveson WWE NXT

Kemp, who joined WWE in August 2021, had his final match on the June 25, 2024 episode of NXT.

According to Fightful Select, Kemp’s departure is not part of a “round of cuts”. Instead, he was informed that his WWE contract would not be renewed, a decision that has become more common for the company in recent months.

Gable also left WWE recently. Tap here to read the reason behind his departure.

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• Saturday’s episode of AEW Collision (tap here to read results) drew 306,000 viewers with a 0.08 rating in the 18-49 demo, which is down from previous week’s 422,000 viewers with a 0.12 rating.

Collision’s viewership suffered as it went head-to-head against WWE Money In The Bank.

This was the second lowest viewership ever for Collision. Collision’s lowest viewership is 300,000 viewers (when the show went head-to-head against WWE Royal Rumble).

Even AEW Rampage drew more viewers than Collision last week. Friday’s Rampage drew 309,000 viewers with a 0.10 rating in the 18-49 demo, which is slightly up from previous week’s 303,000 viewers with a 0.09 rating.

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