Andrade Hopes Angel Garza And Buddy Murphy Get A Chance, Believes He'll See Tommy End Down The Line

Andrade responds to well wishes following his release from WWE and adds that he hopes to see stars that are still with WWE given an opportunity to shine.

Following the WWE Fastlane pay-per-view, it was announced that Andrade received his WWE release on Sunday, March 21, 2021. Prior to that, he had confirmed that he had asked for his release from the company.

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Many within WWE wished Andrade well in the next chapter of his journey and Andrade took the time to respond to several on Twitter.

Angel Garza, who spent the majority of 2020 in a tag team with Andrade, tweeted out his hope for Andrade to find success while saying that they both looked out for each other always.

Always watching each other’s backs, the best of luck pal. [Andrade,] I wish you success wherever you go…like we say in the north “a good rooster will crow anywhere,” said Garza

Andrade responded, “Thanks, pal. My best wishes and hopefully, they'll give you what you deserve."

(Spanish translation provided by Iridian Fierro of WrestFriends)

Buddy Murphy what's another name that Andrade stated he would like to see receive an opportunity from WWE.

Aleister Black, who won the NXT Championship from Andrade tweeted his best wishes toward the Mexican Superstar saying he was always a professional in the ring.

In response, Andrade would say that he believes he will see Black in a ring in a few years. He also called Black by his independent name, Tommy End.

Black is, of course, the husband of Zelina Vega. During their time in WWE, Vega and Andrade were paired for all but the final few weeks of their respective runs in the company. Vega shared her thoughts on Andrade’s release which you can read at this link.

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