The IIconics Want To Remain Together, Comment On Possibly Joining AEW Or IMPACT Wrestling

Where would you like to see them end up?

Cassie Lee (FKA Peyton Royce) and Jessica McKay (Billie Kay) are currently under 90-day non-compete clauses following their WWE releases, but they are free to sign with another company from July 14. 

Where they will wind up remains to be seen, but both McKay and Lee believe they would be assets to AEW and IMPACT Wrestling. 

Lee told Busted Open Radio: "I think it's tough. For example; AEW. I feel like we could really help their women's division, though they don't necessarily have a women's tag division. But I feel we have that TV experience that we could bring to the division and help build that up. And then with IMPACT, they have a women's tag team division, as well as an established Knockouts' division, that I feel we can easily slip into. So it's like, I feel like we have a lot to offer both of them and, I don't know."

McKay agreed, adding: "It's tough. It's tough to figure out where you think would be the best fit because we are wrestlers, but then we are heavily personalities and character. And we love that. So I think it's just blending the two like we always have, and just figuring out which company we'd be better with, AEW or IMPACT.

"That's the fun thing. There are so many possibilities and that's what's exciting to us. There's the possibility of an Aussie trio (with Tenille Dashwood), there's possibilities for us being a tag team somewhere else. There's just possibilities and we have to keep it exciting. We still have a while before we can do anything so we're just trying to get the most information that we can and figure out the best move for us. And I like to keep people guessing, keep them on their toes."

Regardless of where McKay and Lee end up, they won't be apart again on TV and they both noted they are "a package deal." 

H/T to Wrestling Inc.

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