The Crash Lucha Libre promotion in Mexico has announced that Konnan will no longer be working with them. He had been working on the creative end and he was the person resposible for getting many AAA talents to make the jump to The Crash. The Crash also has a working relationship with Impact Wrestling so it will be interesting to see if this news changes anything. We don’t know why the decision was made to part ways but Aro Lucha, the new promotion headed by Aroluxe, has signed Konnan to be their head writer. It’s possible that The Crash saw that as a conflict of interest. We’ll post an update if word gets out on why Konnan and The Crash are no longer working together.
Here is the statement sent out to media outlets:
The Crash Lucha Libre brand is known for the way we treat people and value each and every single person that works in this company. Bettering the economical and habitual needs. Showing the support for each element and giving opportunity to new talent.
In this way, the value and professionalism shown between each of its partners.
Not being able to comply to the Crash Lucha Libre code of ethic, is something that we do not tolerate in this company.
With that being said, We not announce that Carlos Santiago Espada “Konnan”, will no longer be working with The Crash.
We thank him for the time and support and wish him the best in his future endeavors.
We will be announcing the dates for 2018 with the best matches and our debut in the United States.
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