Luke Harper was released by WWE after months of requesting to be let go. Harper originally made it public knowledge that he requested his release via a social media post from his verified Twitter account in April 2019.
After a WWE 90-day non-compete clause, he will be able to wrestle for other companies beginning March 08, 2020.
Luke Harper will likely go by his old ring name “Brodie Lee” and will be looking to sign with a major promotion as soon as his no compete clause ends.
While many believe All Elite Wrestling will be the front runners and they certainly do have the money to offer solid contracts, there is another major promotion looking to sign Brodie Lee (Luke Harper) to a long term deal.
New Japan Pro Wrestling is a top destination for Brodie Lee and the two sides have a mutual interest to do work with each other.
In the end Brodie Lee will do what is best for his career and wrestling promotions would definitely benefit from having his experience on their roster.
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