By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
Andrew Everett announced that he asked for and received his release from Impact Wrestling. “Earlier today I was granted my release from Impact Wrestling,” Everett wrote on his Twitter page on Monday. “I had great times with the company, and I’m grateful for the opportunities that I received while under contract. At this moment, I feel that I need to test the waters in free agency, allowing myself find a new direction in my craft. It’s exciting to see what awaits me in my career. Thank you for all your support, and again, thank you Impact Wrestling for bringing the Skywalker to a larger audience.” Follow him online at Twitter.com/_andreweverett.
Powell’s POV: Everett had more downs than ups in Impact as far as his push was concerned. He had a tag title run with DJZ and there were other times he was pushed, but there were also long gaps when he didn’t appear on television or didn’t get much creative attention. It will be interesting to see what’s next for him.
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