Aleister Black's first appearance outside WWE announced

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Aleister Black's first appearance outside WWE announced

In recent weeks there has been a lot of talk about the recent releases made by the WWE in recent days, with the most important names that the federation wanted to fire, who turned out to be Lana, Aleister Black and Braun Strowman.

Like a bolt from the blue, in fact, WWE went to cut these important names from its main roster, despite all three having been seen until the week before, attend the weekly episodes of Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown, making it clear how much now the Stamford-based federation cares little about long-term plans if towards a particular athlete there is no more confidence in his future.

Aleister Black, who in the meantime has returned to being Tommy End, the pseudonym that the Dutch-born athlete had before his arrival in WWE, seems to have already started working and has accepted bookings with other independent federations, for whom he will be able to participate in three months, or after the 90-day non-competition clause, which the McMahon-owned federation inserts in almost all of its contracts.

Tommy End aka Aleister Black will appear at The Big Event but without a fight

As announced by the Rack Attack Promotions Facebook social page, Tommy End will take part in the company's next event, November 13th, shortly after his non-competition clause has ended and for this occasion, End will go to sign autographs and take pictures with fans, without taking part in any match.

In the post with which the independent company announced End's appearance, it was also communicated that End will not sign his NXT action figures, while all the rest of the merchandising will be quietly autographed. At the moment no other events have been announced in which Tommy End aka Aleister Black will take part after the end of his WWE adventure, but it is only a matter of time before his first match outside of the McMahon-owned company will also be announced, as even before of his arrival in the Stamford-based ring, Tommy End was one of the most sought after athletes and most loved by fans of the discipline, so much so that he also arrived in Italy several times, in our local promotions.