Word making the rounds is that Kaval's release was an amicable parting of the ways and a mutual decision because WWE didn't have any plans for him, as opposed to the company deciding to drop him on their own. The two sides simply agreed to part ways earlier this week and it was just announced today.
It is believed he has the standard 90-day no-compete clause that will prevent him from working for nationally televised companies (TNA/ROH).
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