Andrade has taken to social media to tease a new contract signing.
The man himself has recently confirmed that he is not subject to a non-compete clause following his release from WWE.
There has been no official word on where the former WWE United States Champion might end up, although he starred in Japan as well as in Mexico before heading to WWE.
Posting on Twitter, Andrade posted a photo of himself with a pen and a blank sheet of paper, captioned “New beginnings.”
— “EL IDOLO” ANDRADE (@AndradeElIdolo) April 2, 2021
During a recent media call, Andrade lifted the lid on the events leading up to his release, revealing that he spoke to Triple H, before asking to be let go.
“I spoke with Triple H before I asked for my release. It was over the phone and not in person because I had COVID. Two days before my release, I still talked with Triple H. I told him the truth and that I wanted an opportunity. He told me that they honestly were not aware that he was ready. I don’t know who in the office wouldn’t tell Vince and Triple H that I was ready since November. They didn’t know that I was medically cleared. [Triple H] told me that he didn’t know. He then told me, ‘How about a run on NXT?’ I told him that I wanted an opportunity on SmackDown or RAW.”
Andrade last appeared on WWE television back in October 2020, where he was taken out by ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt.
Andrade was officially granted his release from WWE on March 21st.