Andrew Everett Released from Impact, Axxess News, Helms at WWE PC

It has just been announced that Impact Wrestling Superstar Andrew Everett had just officially wrapped up his stint in the promotion. Everett joined Impact back in 2015 and became an Impact World Tag Team Champion with DJZ during his time there. Andrew has been wrestling since 2007 and he was also trained by WWE Superstars Matt and Jeff Hardy. Everett has competed in numerous independent promotions over the course of his career, but he is still only 26-years-old, which leaves him with plenty of choices for what he would like to do next. Everett confirmed his released in a tweet and thanked the fans and Impact for supporting him. He says that he is ready to get back to independent wrestling and will search for the next step in his pro wrestling journey.

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Earlier today I was granted my release from IMPACT wrestling. 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…
— Andrew Everett (@_AndrewEverett) September 18, 2018

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.
— Andrew Everett (@_AndrewEverett) September 18, 2018

WrestleMania, NXT Takeover, Raw, SmackDown, and all of the other pro wrestling shows and events that take place over WrestleMania weekend are definitely great, but don’t forget about WWE Fan Axxess. WWE’s Fan Axxess expo allows fans to meet their favorite WWE Superstars, perform their own entrance, step into a ring, get a look at ring gear and props used by WWE in the past, and much more. News about a venue change for the 2019 edition of Axxess began circulating recently, and in an update provided by PWInsider, WWE officials recently visited the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, New Jersey doing a site survey, which could indicate that the company will be using the venue for Axxess next year. Despite previous reports, it was also noted that New York City’s Lincoln Center was never an option for Axxess as it will likely be used as a staging location for a WWE event over WrestleMania 35 weekend instead.
Stand back, there’s a new trainer coming to the WWE Performance Center! It has just been reported that former WCW, WWE, and Impact Wrestling star Shane Helms (aka The Hurricane) is currently training talent at the WWE Performance Center. says that Helms is in the facility in Orlando, Florida this week serving as a guest trainer for NXT performers and aspiring WWE Superstars. Helms has had a long career in wrestling that continues today as he still competes occasionally. His most recent WWE appearance took place when he entered the men’s Royal Rumble match as a surprise entrant in January, and he also appeared at All In earlier this month as a member of the “Over Budget Battle Royale.” Helms seemingly confirmed his guest trainer role on Twitter not long after the news was reported.

So today I did a thing. My 2018 tho! #CurrentLegend #IKnowAGuy @wwe
— Hurricane Helms (@ShaneHelmsCom) September 17, 2018

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