You've got to believe that the wrestler who plays Prince Puma is counting down the hours to Ultima Lucha Tres. Because in the words of Kevin Kleinrock "[Ultima Lucha Tres, plus 4 weeks + 90 Days = Freedom; for some, yet not nearly enough." For as beloved as Lucha Undergound is by it's audience much of the talent regret signing contracts with LU. We know specifically that B-Boy known in LU as Bael, was granted his release earlier this month. But whom else would be happy to leave the Temple?
The term "phenomenon" was used often an early to describe the rise of Lucha Underground. Even from it's first days taping in a warehouse in Boyle Heights in September of 2014, Lucha Underground aimed to provide the audience with a hybrid of Lucha Libre, Professional Wrestling, and Sci-Fi. People fled to the "Temple" to attend the live event tapings.
"I wanted to be here sooner but a certain Underground Fighting Company are being pricks right now." -King Ricochet
Specifically for King Ricochet, we know that is inability to work state side for NJPW kept money out of his pocket. It was also heavily rumored that the WWE were very interested in Ricochet for last years WWE Cruiserweight Classic, which more than likely would have led to a deal with the WWE.