Andrade El Idolo was one of the few wrestlers who did not work AEW Full Gear and he seems rather upset about not being booked.
Andrade El Idolo Vents About Missing AEW Full Fear
In typical AEW fashion, they packed their latest pay per view. There were a total of 11 matches, which featured a good portion of the roster.
Despite so many wrestlers taking part, Andrade El Idolo was not one of them. And, he was not too pleased either.
He took to Twitter and noted how he only was in two pay per views during his entire two year run in the company. At the same time, he did praise the card.
Andrade spent several years with WWE, including time in NXT and the main roster. He found the most success in NXT, where he even capture their championship thanks to Zelina Vega.
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On the main roster, he got an okay push that saw him briefly hold the United States Championship. Like many, he was not happy there.
In March 2021, he requested a released from his WWE contract. At first he was denied, before they caved.
As many thought, he joined AEW about three months later. He might be best known for teaming with Rush.
As of late, Andrade has been briefly paired CJ Perry and working opposite Miro.
An injury did cause Andrade to miss action. Although, when Collision debuted, he was once again featured on a regular basis.
With his wife, Charlotte Flair, in WWE that could always leave the door open for a return. Then again, his father-in-law, Ric Flair, just debuted for AEW.
It seems like Andrade might have options when it comes his future. Still, he will need to let his AEW contact expire, although it could be extended for the months he was out of action.
So, does Andrade El Idolo have a valid point about not being booked or is that simply part of the business?