Former WWE superstar Andrade has hit back at hints by WWE President & Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan that the company will seek to expand into Mexico.
Speaking to help promote WWE WrestleMania 37 earlier this week, Khan revealed that WWE has a plan for building their own company in Mexico and Latin America in the future, while putting the 'WWE touch' on Lucha Libre.
Khan's comments have, however, seemingly riled up Andrade, who departed the promotion last month after being granted his release.
The 31-year-old wrote on Twitter, while retweeting an article with Khan's quotes: "More talent for sitting in the locker room!"
Andrade has made clear his frustration at his position in WWE prior to his departure from the company, with other talent such as Randy Orton commenting to the former United States champion how strange it was that he wasn't being utilised.
Andrade's release was given to him by WWE two weeks after he requested to be let go by the company. His final match was last October on Raw, in a quick defeat to former tag team partner Angel Garza.