WWE Superstar Responds to Andrade’s Release by AEW

WWE Superstar Responds to Andrade's Release by AEW
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In the wake of the recent talent releases from AEW, including Jose The Assistant, a former WWE and AEW star, Andrade El Idolo has shared his thoughts on the departure.

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The list of releases on April 1st included several notable names such as Dasha Gonzalez, Stu Grayson, and Parker Boudreaux.

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Jose initially joined AEW as the manager for Andrade El Idolo, following the wrestler’s journey through various managerial alignments, including Vickie Guerrero and Chavo Guerrero.

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However, their association eventually shifted, with Jose aligning more closely with Rush and La Faccion Ingobernable.

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Despite their parting of ways, Andrade took to Twitter to express his well-wishes for Jose, reminiscing about their time together.

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He tweeted, “When you were my loyal friend!!! @JoseAssistant but you will always have a friend ?????? We had a great time! you were the one who saw my backstage.”

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Accompanying his message was an image that presumably depicted Andrade’s original vision for a faction in AEW, featuring himself, Rush, Jose, and former WWE NXT talent Tino Sabbatelli.

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Sabbatelli’s potential involvement with Andrade’s plans had been hinted at in previous interviews, suggesting that Andrade had sought to bring him into AEW, although there were reported disagreements with Tony Khan.

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