By Ryan Clark | October 14, 2006
The Pro Wrestling Torch is reporting that Kid Kash is telling people that WWE plans on bringing him back eventually. In the meantime, he says that he isn't supposed to accept indy bookings. On the otherhand, The Wrestling Observer Newsletter is reporting that he has already accepted indy bookings even though he is on a 90-day no-compete clause. WWE released him due to persistent "attitude issues."
Carlito wasn't on RAW this past Monday because he was in Australia promoting an upcoming tour. He is scheduled to appear on the Australian version of the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards on Saturday.
In something that flew under the radar, Harry Smith was pulled off the road over a month ago for undisclosed reasons. He hasn't wrestled on any WWE shows since September 3rd. He wrestled in several undercard matches at house shows over the summer. Also, Smith hasn't appeared on any OVW or DSW shows either, thus meaning that he hasn't been demoted - at least not yet. It seems as though that WWE just isn't too sure as to how to utilize him for the time being.
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