Unfortunately, PAC will not be making his advertised appearances at the WrestleCon events in New York City during WrestleMania 35 Week.
PAC, who wrestled for WWE and NXT as Neville, has been pulled from his scheduled bookings for WrestleCon due to visa issues.
The promoters of WrestleCon issued the following statement via their official Twitter page on Saturday:
We regret to inform you that PAC will not be at WrestleCon. We worked diligently over the past several months with our attorneys to ensure that he successfully received a Visa to travel into the United States. Our Visa application was filed in a timely manner, all fees were paid to attorneys, and all required information was disclosed to government officials. Our attorneys were confident there would be no issue and based on their experience and expectation, we advertised PAC on the assumption there would be no problem obtaining a Visa. However, after exhausting all efforts, we were unable to provide PAC the appropriate Visa to travel and work in the United States. We understand and share your disappointment of this unanticipated outcome, as does PAC.
Further, we would like to clarify that in no way will this unfortunate incident have any impact on his future with AEW. This issue is isolated to WrestleCon only.
Over the next few days, we will issue refunds on all photo ops and autographs that were purchased related to PAC’s appearance at the Convention. We will also replace graphics that featured him, so we appreciate your patience during these updates.
PAC was advertised to team with Will Ospreay to face CCK (Chris Brookes & Jonathan Gresham) at the Revolution Pro Wrestling show in NYC on Friday, April 5th, and was set to face Rich Swann at the Wrestling Revolver “Pancakes & Piledrivers” show on Saturday, April 6th.
PAC is still advertised to face Hangman Page at the All Elite Wrestling (AEW) “Double Or Nothing” pay-per-view at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, May 25th.
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— WrestleCon (@wrestlecon) March 23, 2019