Lince Dorado Issues Statement On WWE Release, Says He Achieved His Dream

Lince Dorado was part of the November 4 releases made by WWE, ending his time with the company after five years.

Dorado was part of Lucha House Party alongside Gran Metalik, who was also released on Thursday.

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Taking to Instagram, Dorado opened up about his release.

"It's all good," he said about being released. "I think if this would have happened a couple of years ago, I would have been destroyed. Honestly, I'm in a good state of mind. The people who know me, know how strong-minded I am. I've seen this coming, not just recently, but a few years back. All I can say is that I did my best. I never mailed it in. I tried every day I was there. I suggested things. I loved my job and the people I worked with. I loved the crew who made me look like a superstar when I didn't feel like a superstar. Never felt like a WWE superstar, but that's nobodies fault. I'm very grateful for the opportunity that I was give. That I made for myself. This was all dream. I should have never been here, but I told myself, the only person that matters, 'this is where you belong.' In kindergarten, first grade, I told myself, 'You're going to be in WWE.' Mission accomplished. Was it what I wanted? Neither here nor there, it doesn't matter anymore. It's on to the next adventure. I tried my very best to put out what I wanted to put out given the circumstances that I was given. At the end of the day, mission accomplished."

Dorado continued by saying, "I got a lot of friends still in WWE that I know are going to kill it so keep watching and keep watching all the products. I want to thank my travel buddies, Reggie, Ricochet, Cedric, Shelton. Everybody. Everybody was mad cool and I was cool with everybody. Usos, Roman, New Day, Nattie, TJ, all the women I got to train with. I had a good time. Never a bad time in WWE."

He went on to thank various family members before thanking the most important person in his journey to WWE.

"Most importantly, I want to thank myself for believing in myself. The only motherfucker who believed in you. I'm looking at myself and telling myself, 'You fucking did it. We fucking did it.' I achieved my dream. I fucking did it. No one can ever take that away from me. Everybody else who has a dream, know that you can accomplish anything. Believe in yourself, that's the only person who is going to help you get where you want to go. I want to thank myself. The baddest and craziest motherfucker I know, willing to do anything, jump off a cage just to make a name for himself. Put his family first. I did it. Nobody can take that from me." he said.

You can find a list of all the names released by WWE on November 4 by clicking here.

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