Originally reported by WrestleInc and reported by multiple sources, Andrade has apparently requested his release from WWE before WWE RAW on March 8th 2021.
“If you don’t like where you are, move around, you’re not a tree!“
You might’ve also noticed that Andrade, who is still listed as a RAW Superstar on the WWE website, is currently trending on social media after changing his Twitter handle this morning. He can now be found at @AndradeElIdolo instead of @AndradeCienWWE.
Andrade was last seen on Monday Night RAW and WWE Programming on December 14th 2020, in a losing effort against Angel Garza. He took some time off to undergo a minor procedure after the Draft and was never officially drafted to RAW or SmackDown.
He comes from a long line of family wrestlers in Mexico. His father Jose Andrade Salas wrestled under the name Brillante in Lucha Libre, Mexico’s professional wrestling that dates back to the early 20th century and involves the wearing of masks. Andrade’s grandfather José Andrade, wrestled as “El Moro.” He had several other relatives, including uncles who also wrestled in Lucha Libre.