When Luke Harper Can Wrestle Outside Of WWE, When His Contract Was Up

Luke Harper, who was finally released from his WWE contract on Sunday, has a 90-day non-compete agreement attached to his deal. He will be able to begin working for other companies on 3/8.

Harper’s original deal would have already expired, however, the company added time on due to his wrist surgery. Had they not released him, his deal would have expired on 3/25. So now, by releasing him, WWE doesn’t have to pay his downside guarantee and they keep him out of other companies for roughly the same amount of time.

While this isn’t confirmed, it’s believed Harper will begin using the Brodie Lee name once again.


  1. […] the indication, Harper’s non-compete clause from leaving WWE isn’t expected to be up until this Sunday, March […]

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