Former WWE Superstar Andrade was finally granted his WWE release after WWE Fastlane last month. Andrade requested his release earlier that month but was not initially granted his release.

Andrade has a solid run in NXT where he even won the NXT Championship, but his main roster run in comparison left much to be desired. Now it seems a former WWE Superstar gave a possible reason why Andrade left WWE in the first place.

While speaking to Riju Dasgupta, Sin Cara talked about the issues he had with WrestleMania 37 and also why Andrade parted ways with the company.

Sin Cara criticized WWE for not properly utilizing Mexican talents and stated that is the reason why Andrade left the company.

“Talentwise, everybody’s very talented. I can understand. But it’s just sad to be able to see that the Mexicans, us, don’t get the opportunity to showcase… Not one Mexican on the card and that’s just unfortunate because if you look at the talent that they have, they have great wrestlers. They can do a lot of positive things with them and they don’t do it and they don’t really… I don’t think they really care, to be honest,

“That was the main thing why I left. That’s why Andrade left also. It wasn’t because he wanted to leave or because we were just trying to become news out there. It’s not about that but trying to fight for your ideals and what you want to accomplish in your life. And for me it’s not about the money. And for Andrade it’s not about the money,” 

Andrade has previously criticized WWE for not properly using Mexican talents on a few occasions, as he also slammed WWE for not having any Mexican Superstars at WrestleMania 37. Andrade also recently revealed his first booking since his WWE departure. We will have to see which pro wrestling promotion Andrade will go to next.

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