Details on When Released WWE Talent May Work with Other Wrestling Promotions
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 06.14.2014
Many are under no-compete clauses...
- After the latest round of WWE releases, Teddy Long is reportedly the only former WWE talent who is free to do what he wants, in terms of working for another wrestling promotion. Long's contract ran out, and he opted not to re-sign.
The other talents that were released have the oft-reported 90 day no-compete clause in their WWE contracts. So they cannot work for another wrestling company until September 12. For example, Brodus Clay and Curt Hawkins are both scheduled to work an upcoming Pro Wrestling Syndicate event on September 20, after the expiration date of the no-compete agreement.