The WWE Champion of the United States, Andrade, is scheduled to return to action later this month after his 30-day suspension ends for failing to comply with the company's welfare policy.
The reason why the decision was made not to drop Humberto Carrillo's title is that Paul Heyman felt it was too early in history for Carrillo to win the title. Heyman is a great defender of Carrillo and Andrade.
Now according Illustrated SportsIt seems that Andrade's days as champion are numbered. According to SI, sources say Andrade may not reach WrestleMania as champion.
Andrade's title is not on the line in Super ShowDown, so if he is going to lose the title soon, he would have to be in an upcoming episode of Raw or pay per view of the Elimination Chamber.
It is not known to whom Andrade will release the title, but Carrillo seems to be the most obvious candidate.
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