Ever since receiving his release from WWE on Aug. 25, the wrestling world has been waiting on Neville's next move.
And thus far; nothing.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer notes that Neville was in talks with some companies, but cited "legal issues" as to why he could not start. As previously reported, Neville did not have a no-complete clause upon his release, allowing him to work for another company immediately upon his release.
Meltzer also reports that, as best he can tell, the former Cruiserweight Champion has "completely gone off the grid and hasn’t responded to promoters."
Neville has not tweeted since Sept. 28, 2017. His twitter handle still reads @WWENeville.
Following his release, many on the Indie scene expressed their interest in working with him. Will Ospreay was quick to tweet "Give. Me. PAC." hinting at a potential match with Neville. Meltzer notes that Ospreay was hoping to work with Neville at the upcoming NJPW Wrestle Kingdom event in January.
Bullet Club member Tama Tonga teased recruiting Neville to join the faction while the Young Bucks teased a possible appearance at All In, which obviously did not happen.