WWE released Peyton Royce and Billie Kay from their contract and the two former IIconics members are now waiting for their next opportunity. It seems that they have something in store for fans, but they’re just waiting now.

Their non-compete clauses are still in place, barring them from taking part in any real talks or showing up elsewhere. Now Cassie Lee and Jessica McKay are seemingly ready for that next step, even applying for a copyright on “IInspiration.”

While speaking to Oral Sessions the two Australians explained that they are having issues with work visa. Renee Paquette understands that all too well and it wasn’t until recently that she became an American citizen. Cassie Lee opened up about difficulty they are having with green cards.

“The difficult thing for us is that and it’s this is a whole thing, see, we still don’t have our green cards. So, essentially we’re not allowed to work until we get those or until we can find some sponsorship.”

“We’re so excited, because we have all this freedom and we have so many ideas, but now we must pump the brakes, because we can’t do any of that yet. So it’s like this podcast we’re doing; we’re not making any money off it or anything like that. It is purely just to get our name out there and kind of try and stay relevant. It’s been tough just knowing we have all these things we wanna do but can’t do it.”

We’ll have to see if another pro wrestling company will be able to help Cassie Lee and Jessica McKay out with their problem. It is a complicated process that WWE used to help them with, but now that company is no longer giving them assistance. Hopefully, they will be able to figure out this issue so it doesn’t keep their careers from progressing.

What’s your take on The IIconics next move? Where should they sign first? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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