In a statement on Twitter, he says he came to the decision after a lot of prayers and much consideration. He added that he thought about his kids and his future when he made this decision.
He talked about being in the wrestling business for 20 years and he praised the WWE fans who have supported him.
He noted that he is grateful for the opportunity to work for WWE but also realizes that he is stuck in a company where he is not valued higher on the card.
He concluded his statement by thanking WWE for this latest chapter in his life and he thanked the “WWE Universe” for their support and the fans all over the world. He ended his statement by saying thanks to everyone from the bottom of his heart.
He does not say that WWE has granted his release. Keep in mind that others who have asked for their release, Mike Kanellis and Luke Harper, have not had it granted to them. WWE has not been so quick to release wrestlers because they do not want anyone going to All Elite Wrestling.
If you speak Spanish, you can read Sin Cara’s full statement below: