The WWE has once again said “adios” to wrestler Alberto Del Rio.
The wrestling organization announced Friday that it had parted ways with Del Rio in what the WWE called a “mutual” agreement.
“WWE and Jose Rodriguez (Alberto Del Rio) have mutually agreed upon the terms of his release as of today, September 9, 2016,” the WWE said on its website.
Del Rio added on his Twitter account that he’s splitting with the organization on “good terms.”
My business relationship with @WWE has come to an end in good terms…thanks for the opportunities they gave me.
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– Alberto Del Rio (@VivaDelRio) September 9, 2016
“My business relationship with @WWE has come to an end in good terms…thanks for the opportunities they gave me,” Del Rio wrote.
The parting of ways comes mere weeks after Del Rio received a 30-day suspension for violating the WWE’s talent wellness policy.
The latest split between Del Rio and the WWE also comes less than a year after he re-joined the organization, following his firing in 2014 for “unprofessional conduct and an altercation with an employee.” Del Rio was rumored to have slapped a WWE web producer who allegedly made a racist joke, though the organization declined the details of Del Rio’s termination.