Yeah, like others have pointed out, the 90 no compete clause is a WWE thing. It isn't something that just happens when you sign a pro wrestling contract. I think TNA tried a no compete clause in their contracts at one time or another, but it was only for 30 or 60 days. I think Lucha Underground still does them as well, or at least a version of them that says you can't appear on TV for another promotion while the current season is airing. Something like that. It was a big thing with Hernandez and with Prince Puma/Ricochet.
Besides, like KB mentioned, he has a Fozzy show that day.
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