WWE News: James Ellsworth reveals when he'll be free to take indie bookings
What's the story?
James Ellsworth was released from WWE and it was a sad day for fans of the Big Hog. But during his time in WWE, Ellsworth was able to draw a lot of attention to himself and prove what he was capable of. Naturally, plenty of independent wrestling promoters are clamoring to bring Ellsworth in as soon as possible. So he announced when he would be free once more to start making towns on the world's indy scene once more.
In case you didn't know...
Before making his dream come true on the WWE roster, James Ellsworth worked the indy wrestling scene where he made a great impression on people. Therefore, even though he is no longer with WWE it doesn't mean his career is over by any means.
The heart of the matter...
Apparently, James Ellsworth received a ton of requests as soon as he was released. He will have no shortage of bookings but first, he needs to wait out his 90-day no-compete clause.
The magic date for Ellsworth is February 12th, 2018. Once that date passes, then who knows where James Ellsworth will pop up next. From the sounds of things, he'll be plenty busy.
James Ellsworth will be able to spend the Holiday season with his family and have a happy New Year. If anything he won't have to work on Christmas and New Year's Day like the rest of the WWE roster. But all the while he's liable to be stacking his indy schedule because once he's free to take bookings once again who knows where he'll show up next?
It's not a huge surprise James Ellsworth is already in high demand. After all, he can draw heat as a heel and people can still gravitate toward him as a sympathetic babyface. His facial expressions and ring psychology tell a great story in the ring and he would be an asset to any locker room.
Even if you're not a fan you have to admit he took every role he was given by WWE and ran with it full-force. He's also a great guy who's game for anything. Therefore, who knows how far Ellsworth's star will continue to rise in the world of pro wrestling?