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Andrade thanks Paul Heyman, Triple H, and more after WWE departure



On Sunday evening, WWE announced Andrade’s release via a statement that they posted on their website where the company wished him the best in his future endeavors.

Andrade hadn’t been used in months and wasn’t happy with his spot in the company so he requested his release. At first, WWE turned down the request, but later granted it.

Before taking time off to get a minor procedure done, Andrade last appeared on Raw around the time of the 2020 WWE Draft in October. He's under a 90-day non-compete so he won't be able to sign with any promotion until this summer.

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He took to Twitter to issue a statement on his departure where he thanked various people such as Paul Heyman and Triple H in addition to the fans. He wrote the following:

“I want to thank @TripleH , @HeymanHustle and @RealKingRegal for all these years and great support that they gave me all these years also to the fans who were always supporting me, a big hug to all the talent and workers who always behaved kindly to me.”