Andrade breaks silence after WWE release

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Andrade breaks silence after WWE release

In recent weeks, the request for release from the WWE of the Mexican-born wrestler Andrade, who, after not being considered for the usual Draft of the month of October, had realized that he wanted to take a direction opposite to the company of Vince McMahon.

The boyfriend of the WWE star of the female roster Charlotte Flair had asked for her release, a request initially rejected, but in the last hours, the news arrived, partly surprisingly, of Andrade's farewell. The company based out of Stamford, on its social media channels, dismissed the wrestler greeting him with this short message: "WWE has reached an agreement for the release of Andrade.

We wish him the best for his future commitments." After seeing yet another disgruntled wrestler, once again, WWE found itself 'making the best of a bad situation' and satisfying the farewell of one of its members.

The last time we saw Andrade in a ring was in October 2020 when he was attacked by The Fiend moments after losing a match to Angel Garza. Since that day, WWE Universe fans have never seen him fight again.

Andrade has posted his first tweet

In these minutes, the wrestler's first social message arrived via the Twitter profile.

In general, Andrade wanted to thank some of the people he worked with, in WWE. Here is his message: "I want to thank Triple H, Paul Heyman and William Regalo for all these years and for the support they have given me in this time, I want to send a hug to all the fans who have given me support and in general to all my colleagues (both talented of the roster two workers) who have always behaved well with me."

The tweet posted by the Mexican-born wrestler received a lot of praise showing that despite the absence, the WWE Universe was very interested in the performance of Andrade's talent. In April 2018, Andrade and Vega were drafted to SmackDown as part of the Superstar Shake-up.

Andrade has had a relatively impressive career on the main roster as well and he has won the United States Championship once. He wasn't seen on WWE TV since October, nearly five months ago. In real-life, Andrade is in a relationship with WWE Superstar and 13-time champion Charlotte Flair.

The couple got engaged on January 1, 2020. Earlier today, Andrade tweeted that he had good news, leaving fans wondering what he was referring to. Looks like we finally found out what that good news was.