Andrade El Idolo might be parting ways with AEW. He recently took to his Instagram account and posted a series of pictures with his signature mask. Going by the caption, he has bid adieu to All Elite Wrestling.
The caption read:
Solo quiero darles las gracias!! Bye
Andrade El Idolo had reportedly been involved in a backstage altercation with fellow AEW star Sammy Guevara. It has been noted that Andra was sent home before AEW Dynamite earlier this month while Sammy Guevara remained on the show. According to the Wrestling Observer’s daily update, it was said that Andrade El Idolo is “currently suspended from AEW” in a note regarding a recently canceled appearance. El Idolo was set to appear at an event in California, but he later revealed that he had to attend “to an issue.”
Meanwhile, another AEW star Bryan Danielson recently made an appearance to talk about a variety of subjects on One Fall with Ron Funches. Danielson discussed his plans for the future of wrestling throughout it and how his full-time career would stop when his contract with AEW expires. Danielson said he doesn’t have a dream scenario for my final match. He reportedly signed a three-year contract when he joined the promotion last year. Bryan also revealed he’s not going to be a full-time wrestler for much longer.
“No [I don’t have a dream scenario for my final match]… I would like to wrestle a match two weeks before I die, right? And to not know that it’s my last match. That would kind of be my ideal situation but I’m not gonna be a full-time wrestler for much longer [Danielson laughed].
But as it is now, it’d probably have to be like at least two weeks, if not a little bit before the day that I die but you know, one of the things that was really brought to my attention when I was forced to retire was that you never know when your last match is gonna be… The last match that I had before I was forced to retire, I didn’t know that was gonna be my last match, right? And then, it was and I didn’t know it was gonna be my last match until two months later when they were like, ‘Okay, yeah, I don’t think we’re gonna let you come back’ and then it turned out to not be my last match. So I went for years thinking that was gonna be my last match and then it wasn’t and so, but just to be grateful and then you can even extrapolate that too, you don’t know when the last time you’re gonna see your kids is.
I saw my kids on Tuesday and there’s a chance if something happens to me, I may never see them again, right? And all that does, rather than be morbid about it is to not take things for granted. But every time that I get a chance to wrestle, it’s beautiful and every time that I get to wake up with my kids and make them breakfast and put them to bed at night is beautiful too and you can even extrapolate that to each individual breath, in it’s own way is beautiful and different.
I don’t have any vision of what I want my last match to be. I certainly don’t envision it being some epic match that everybody talks about. In my mind, it would be a match that I would just be doing at some local indie in front of 300 people that are just like, okay, I’m just going out and having some fun and it just turns out to be my last match [he laughed]. So that’s kind of how I envision it.”