Killer Kross requested his release from Impact Wrestling, but the company didn’t let him go right away. In the meantime, they did let Kross’ girlfriend Scarlett Bordeaux out of her deal and she signed with WWE’s NXT brand.

Now that Killer Kross is finally released, he’s free to do what he wants. Most contracts have a no-compete clause attached to the deals, but Killer Kross is an exception.

Fightful Select reports that “Killer Kross doesn’t have a no compete clause.” This means that he could show up and start working on television for any other company as soon as he wants to.

This makes Killer Kross’ recent video so much more interesting. He posted a montage of different pro wrestling companies implying that he could be looking at finding a new pro wrestling home very soon.

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