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Andrade El Idolo Agrees With Criticism Of His AEW Booking

The Twitter activity of AEW’s two top stars is suddenly under a microscope.

A Twitter user @SpicyCakes84 tweeted

Recently, a Twitter user @SpicyCakes84 tweeted and expressed his displeasure over the booking of Miro. Through some digging into Miro’s liked tweets, you’ll see that the former AEW TNT champion liked the tweet, which seems to agree. @SpiceyCakes84 At the end of the tweet he also added that Andrade El Idolo’s booking was closed. The same resentment is being felt about this as well. Well, now it seems that he too has liked this tweet.

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Andrade after his release from WWE

Andrade signed with AEW and debuted at last year’s Double or Nothing pay-per-view. Since then, Andrade has wrestled at AEW and has appeared at other companies, including Mexico’s AAA Promotions. He also recently made an appearance in Ric Flair’s Last Match, teaming up with his father-in-law to win the Titanic match.

Feud with former “NXT” champion, Pac

Despite appearing in all these different promotions, Andrade hasn’t done much in AEW. He had a feud with another former “NXT” champion, Pac, whom Andrade would lose when Pac and Cody Rhodes defeated the team of Andrade and Malakai Black. Since then, Andrade has reunited with fellow Los Ingoburnables member Rush at AEW. It seemed as if Andrade played a second role for Rush, although for a while Rush was winning and Andrade was not heard much. The two face former AEW Tag Team Champions The Lucha Brothers (Penta Oscuro and Ray Fenix) on Wednesday’s episode of Dynamite.

During his time in WWE,

This is not the first time that Andrade’s bookings have come under fire. During his time in WWE, the company was heavily criticized by fans who believed it underused Andrade during “Raw” and “SmackDown”. Before moving to the main roster, Andrade had a run in “NXT” that is remembered by fans. He held the “NXT” Championship for five months and delivered the first five-star WWE match in nearly six years against Johnny Gargano.

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