Andrade El Idolo Comments On AEW Signing

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Last night on AEW Dynamite, they unveiled a huge debut for their company. Recently released WWE star Andrade would be brought out by Vickie Guerrero, and soon after it was confirmed that he had signed a deal with the company. He’s added his ‘El Idolo’ nickname as a surname, and is ready to take AEW by storm. This morning, he would comment on his signing with the company.

Andrade Is Ready For New Goals, Rivals and Opportunities In AEW

Taking to Instagram, Andrade would say the following. “The NEW ANDRADE EL IDOLO. New goals. New opportunities to achieve. More Success. Thank you so much for great introduction @guerrero_vickie thanks for the wonderful welcome @allelitewrestling” before typing the following out in Spanish. “New goals. New rivals. Remember how valuable you are and how many you fight for each of your goals. Go and seek success, success is not in the locker room!”

Andrade had a rough debut segment, with Vickie Guerrero interrupting Mark Henry and getting her usual heat, only for fans to miss her mentioning the name of Andrade. However, his quality of matches should help bring him back to the top of the wrestling world. Presently, he’s been out of the ring since October 2020, when he lost to Angel Garza on Monday Night RAW in just 2:20.

Making Major Moves Across The Board

Since being granted his WWE release, Andrade has made some quick and smart moves. He’s already set up a deal with AAA down in Mexico, where he will make his debut in a match with Kenny Omega over the AAA Mega Championship. Now he’s been revealed to have signed with AEW.

Another open option for Andrade is NJPW, where he is a former IWGP Intercontinental Champion. Only potential issue there is that NJPW is allied with CMLL in Mexico, a rival promotion of AAA. Andrade might choose to avoid Japan due to these reasons, despite AEW having a working relationship with NJPW. He might also show up in Impact Wrestling, another company allied with AEW.

The sky’s the limit for Andrade now that he’s out of WWE. He could have been one of their next big stars, but WWE failed to use him to his full potential. Do you see Andrade claiming gold in 2021? Let us know what you think in the comment section down below.

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