As the clock struck midnight on February 2nd, the talent released from WWE on November 4, 2021 including Killer Kross and real-life partner Scarlett Bordeaux were officially free from their non-compete clauses.
Kross has already been announced for independent dates including WrestlePro Alaska 3rd Anniversary Supershow scheduled to take on Dan Maff with Scarlett Bordeaux also announced as appearing versus Freya The Slaya in non-title action.
Taking to social media, Killer Kross uploaded a video to YouTube featuring a new look for the wrestling star and the foundation for an intriguing character moving forward, ending with an ominous “Stay tuned, tick tock.”
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