Andrade says he is in talks with 'several companies' after securing his release from WWE.
The 31-year-old was granted his release from his contract with WWE last week and confirmed he does not have a 90-day no-compete clause attached to his departure, meaning he is free to wrestle again as soon as suits him.
Andrade says he is in conversations with a number of promotions about his future but is keen to find an agreement that allows him to wrestle across the world, rather than being exclusively tied down.
Speaking on a recent media call, the former NXT Champion said: "If I sign with a company, the exclusivity would be in the United States, but I would like to keep wrestling outside. I would like to work in Ring Of Honor, where RUSH is. I would like to go to Japan and return to Mexico. I would like to wrestle in AAA as much as in CMLL, but I don’t want to just sign with one company.
"If I were to sign, I would be exclusive inside the United States because in Mexico, it’s different. You wrestle, you get paid [in Mexico]. In the United States, when you sign, you wrestle, but you also get your yearly salary. I’m in talks with several companies."