CMLL and Bandido part ways

Originally published at CMLL and Bandido part ways

Bandido was last in action for CMLL on April 3rd when he, Caristico & Diamante Azul defeated Euforia, Ultimo Guerrero and Templario. Today, CMLL announced that Bandido is no longer with the company.

Their post noted that it was an agreement between both parties and they wished him the best going forward.

📝 Comunicado Oficial:

El Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre informa que de común acuerdo y por así convenir a los intereses de ambas partes, El Bandido deja de pertenecer al elenco de esta organización a partir del día de hoy.

EL CMLL le desea lo mejor en su futuro. pic.twitter.com/rfKTo7pqEY

— Lucha Libre CMLL (@CMLL_OFICIAL) April 9, 2021

Bandido joined CMLL in 2019 and had been working with the company since then. In late 2018, he signed a deal with Ring of Honor and this past January, Bandido re-signed with ROH. He competed at their 19th Anniversary pay-per-view in two separate matches and the second bout saw Bandido, Flamita and Rey Horus compete in a three way.

Bandido is in his early 20s and was a regular for PWG and is the promotion’s current world champion. In 2019, he participated in the Best of the Super Juniors tournament and the year prior, he was a part of the ALL IN main event.