Pentagon Jr. and Fenix are two of the biggest talents in professional wrestling, and several rumours have been thrown around linking them to a move to WWE.
However, it was reported last week that due to commitments with Major League Wrestling (MLW) in 2019, any move to Vince’s company would not be taking place any time soon.
PWInsider is now reporting that not only are the pair committed to these 2019 dates, but that they also have a no-compete clause in their Lucha Underground contracts which run until 2020.
Lucha Underground, which is currently in its fourth season, usually announces subsequent season toward the end of the year, and if a fifth season is announced, both Pentagon Jr and Fenix will star.
If the show is not picked up for a fifth season by the El Rey Network, another network could easily pick it up, but if this does not happen, then the two men could possibly be more open to a move.
Pentagon Jr. and Fenix also have a number of scheduled dates in Mexico with AAA and CMLL, as well as indie dates in the United States. The pair are seemingly willing to wrestle for every indie promotion out there, and we’ll have to see whether interest in the brothers from WWE remains once their contracts are up.