Andrade Tested Positive Before He Was Released By WWE

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Andrade Tested Positive Before He Was Released By WWE
Andrade Tested Positive Before He Was Released By WWE

Andrade was a well-known WWE wrestler and he revealed that he was battling COVID 19 when he was released by WWE. Andrade is well-known for being Charlotte Flair’s boyfriend. Charlotte Flair is the daughter of a legendary professional wrestler, Ric Flair.

Charlotte Flair is a top star in WWE and that is the reason why Andrade was very popular. Andrade was released on the 21st of March this year. He requested to be released on the 8th of March. WWE did not grant his request immediately, which suggests that the WWE probably wanted to keep hold of him before releasing him.

However, Andrade had tested positive just before he was released.

Andrade Reveals that He Tested Positive for Covid 19 before he was released

Andrade has still not won his battle with the virus, but according to his social media posts, he is doing well.

Charlotte Flair has also tested positive. Flair was going to fight Asuka for the RAW Women’s Title at WrestleMania 37. However, she was removed from her match and will now be replaced by Rhea Ripley. Rhea Ripley now has the chance to capture the RAW Women’s Title for herself.

Andrade’s post on Lucha Libre read after translation by Google: “I had COVID-19 and my girlfriend tested positive. I’m good. After I tested positive, having COVID, they gave me my release,” Andrade said.

Andrade was present during the RAW tapings that were held on the 8th of March. They were being held on Tropicana Field. So, WWE basically held him for another 3 weeks in the company before finally letting him go. Andrade and Charlotte Flair caught the virus at almost the exact same time.

However, Flair has been cleared to compete and she might actually return at WrestleMania 37 for her match. According to various rumors, Flair might actually be put in the match with Rhea Ripley and Asuka to make it a Triple Threat match.

Andrade does not have a 90-day no-compete clause, which means that he can start wrestling for any promotion that he wants. According to a few reports, he is currently talking to a wrestling promotion, but we do not know who it might be.


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