AEW's 10 To Andrade El Idolo: "If You Don't Wanna Be Here, Get The F*** Out"

Dark Order's 10 spits fire at Andrade El Idolo ahead of AEW Rampage Mask vs. Career match.

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If Andrade El Idolo doesn't want to be in All Elite Wrestling anymore, he should "get the f*** out."

This is the word of Dark Order member 10, who faces the former La Sombra in a Career vs. Mask match on this Friday's episode of AEW Rampage and follows recent social media teases from Andrade, who has been attempting to present himself as unhappy.

10 tweeted the following over the weekend, attaching a photograph of him carrying Dark Order affiliate 'Hangman' Adam Page on this back:-


Andrade vs. 10 was set up on last week's Rampage. El Idolo, who has been attempting to recruit the former Preston Vance in recent weeks, approached 10 while 'Hangman' was being interviewed by Lexy Nair. A simple proposal for 10 to lose his mask in the event of a defeat turned into Andrade putting his career on the line at the big man's suggestion. The bout was then confirmed later on, while 10 was part of a Dark Order party that saved John Silver from a heel gang beatdown following Silver's loss to Rush.


The past few weeks have seen Andrade use social media to tease unhappiness in AEW, with the 32-year-old liking, reposting, and tweeting various concerns. This is now being reflected on AEW programming.

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