WWE released Andrade from his contract and they did not include a 90 day non-compete clause in his release. That is a rarity for the company because they will often make people wait 90 days before they can talk to any other pro wrestling company. Even Renee Paquette had a 90 day non-compete clause associated with her release.
El Idolo made it very clear that the wheels are already in motion for the next stage in his career. He logged onto Twitter and sent out a bilingual message informing fans that he is already in talks with another company.
Start my new goals and we are in talks, no waiting for 90 days. A empezar mis nuevas metas y empezamos pláticas, nada de esperar 90 días!
Andrade didn’t reveal who he is talking to, but there are only so many options right now. The pandemic shut down a lot of CMLL shows in Mexico as well. We’ll have to see who Andrade has been talking to, but it will likely be very apparent once he appears elsewhere.