EC3 continues to control his narrative.
EC3 posted another video on social media, this time of him looking back on his run in NXT. EC3 wrestled on NXT from 2018 to 2019 before competing on both Raw and SmackDown. He was then released by WWE on April 15 after being with the company since 2018 and multiple runs as 24/7 Champion.
"If you are going to truly evolve, you have to admit who you are. Not just to yourself. To everyone. You were happy once. You were accomplished, proud, loved, but your past does not dictate our future. It doesn't matter who you were as a person, how good you were, how nice, how professional. When you've been beaten down long enough, that person is never coming back. Now, there hasn't been a part of your body or psyche that hasn't been wounded, covered in scars. You must break every attachment to the past in order to liberate your future because only after your destruction can you be resurrected, become the person you were supposed to be. Without pain, without regret, without betrayals, without sacrifice, you have nothing. You sacrificed your body, your soul, your mind twice. You had to perish in your previous form in order to be reborn into something transcendent. You will become free into your final form. You will finish what you started. You have been warned," the video said.
EC3 hasn't officially signed with any company since his release, but IMPACT has teased at him possibly returning to the company. On the June 16 episode, immediately after Moose's TNA World Heavyweight Championship match against Hernandez, EC3's theme song played just as Moose was celebrating a successful title defense.
The last time EC3, who competed in TNA/IMPACT as Ethan Carter III, wrestled for the company was back in early 2018.