Who Is The Mystery Man Cropped Out Of Andrade El Idolo's New Photos?

AEW's Andrade El Idolo and Rush with some strategic photo editing...

La Faccion Ingobernables mystery
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All Elite Wrestling members Andrade El Idolo and Rush strategically cropped an unknown figure out of some recent photographs posted to their respective Twitter pages.

Both wrestlers uploaded snaps from a recent photoshoot alongside Andrade's established supporting cast member, Jose the Assistant. It is clear from both images that somebody has been trimmed.

Andrade uploaded the first image on Monday afternoon. To Rush's left are signs of another individual clad, perhaps, in a maroon suit, complementing Rush and Andrade's navy blue and Jose's grey.


Rush's upload is blurrier, though there is still a cropped-out arm beside Andrade at the image's left edge.


Whether or not Rush and Andrade are trying to tease a new member for their La Faccion Ingobernable stable is up for debate. That another person has been trimmed out of the photographs is obvious, so the duo either left the glimpses in order to get people talking about it (if so, well done) or did a sloppy job with the crop. Make of the maroon sleeve what you will.

Former stablemates in Los Ingobernables in CMLL, with a history stretching back to 2014, Andrade and Rush came back together when the latter was revealed as a new AEW signing at Double Or Nothing 2022 in May. It appears they are going by La Faccion Ingobernable in AEW, which was Rush's old Ring Of Honor unit with Kenny King, Dragon Lee, La Bestia Del Ring, and Amy Rose.

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