Andrade was granted his WWE release request and now fans are waiting to see where he goes next. He had no 90-day non-compete clause as a part of that contract so he could have already been wrestling somewhere if he wanted to.

The Wrestling Store in Huntington Park, California on May 2nd will host a meet & greet with Andrade. This marks the first public gig for El Idolo since his WWE release request was granted.

May 2 see you in Los Angeles CA MEET AND GREET

Andrade previously tweeted out to say that: “I’m back and it’s time to remember who I was and travel the world to achieve my goals.” He also included a pretty big teaser video. This is all likely pointing to his in-ring return, but it has not been confirmed where fans will see him wrestle next.

This is an exciting time for Andrade and he’s obviously having a good time on his own, making plans and mapping out his future.

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