Over the past two years, several wrestlers have gone from WWE to AEW, making the famous leap over the fence in the world of American pro-wrestling, either by their own choice or due to layoffs. Among the many who have expressly requested to leave, before the WWE proposed the way to the door to these athletes, Andrade, the former absolute champion of NXT, as well as American champion of the Raw roster, has recently returned too, who in the main roster he seemed to have gotten into a lot of gear, before disappearing into thin air, after seeing the stable formed by him, Angel Garza, Zelina Vega and Austin Theory completely collapse.
As it turns out, Andrade apparently was so happy working with such characters in his latest ring stint on Monday Night Raw, that he specifically requested in his last interview to work with one of them. We are talking about the beautiful wife of Aleister Black (or Tommy End as he has returned to his name), Zelina Vega.
WWE let Andrade go in March
In his latest interview with the microphones of the well-known Mexican site, Lucha Libre Online, Andrade wanted to break a lance in favor of his former WWE manager, one of the best speakers in modern WWE history, with El Idolo saying: "I would love to have her by my side again, I can't talk about some things for many reasons yet, but I would love it if she joins us in the near future or sometime."
Apparently, there may still be some hitches that bind Zelina Vega to some project outside of All Elite Wrestling, but in some time, as Andrade hopes, Aleister Black's beautiful wife could really make the big leap and get to compete in the AEW rings, if not as a wrestler, at least as a manager, ousting Andrade's current manager Vickie Guerrero.
Andrade didn't compete in a WWE ring after his loss to Angel Garza on the October 12, 2020 episode of WWE RAW. He later requested his release, and WWE let him go in March. Andrade went on to make his big debut in All Elite Wrestling, and a string of exciting matches are likely in store for him in Tony Khan's promotion.
As for Charlotte Flair, this wasn't the first time that she won and lost a Women's Championship in a brief period of time. Though many fans were unhappy with Flair's win on Sunday, she is now a 13-time Women's Champion across RAW, SmackDown, and NXT.