Andrew Everett is gone from IMPACT Wrestling.
The former Impact Tag Team Champion announced on Twitter that he was granted his release from the wrestling organization on Monday.
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
Everett made his IMPACT Wrestling debut in October 2015 at Bound For Glory in an Ultimate X match for the X Division Championship but fell short to Tigre Uno. In March 2016, he joined forces with Trevor Lee as a heel and was part of The Helms Dynasty with Shane Helms. After being booted from the group in February 2017, he mostly competed in X Division matches as a babyface.
More recently, Everett teamed with DJZ to beat Eli Drake and Scott Steiner for the Impact Tag Team Championship at an IMPACT! television taping in April.
They lost the titles to LAX at an IMPACT! taping a few days later.
Everett worked two more matches for IMPACT, which took place on June 1 and 2 at television tapings, and stopped being used.
Everett is 26 years old and has been wrestling since 2007. A native of North Carolina, he mostly wrestles at independent shows in the region.