- The word in WWE is that Kaval (known as Low Ki on the independents circuit) was released because the company didn’t have any plans for him, and as such it was an amicable departure by the winner of NXT Season 2.
It’s unlikely Kaval will be working for any nationally televised companies any time soon due to the typical 90 day no-compete clause.
The high flyer was signed by World Wrestling Entertainment in 2008 and spent a lot of time in WWE developemental before he was brought up to NXT.
credit – pwinsider.com
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