Impact Wrestling has announced that Abyss will be inducted to the Impact Wrestling Hall of Fame, joining Sting, Kurt Angle, Jeff Jarrett, Team 3D, Earl Hebner and Gail Kim who have been inducted.
I’m absolutely over whelmed with the response to my upcoming @IMPACTWRESTLING Hall of Fame induction. Thank you ALL for your messages. This is one of the highlights of my career. I’m over come with emotion. Thank you to everyone who ever supported me. This is for all of YOU!!
— Abyss (@TherealAbyss) September 21, 2018
Mickie James Wins Knockouts Title
Mickie James’ career will carry on as the future Hall of Famer has once again become the Knockouts World Champion following her defeat of champion Jordynne Grace at Impact Wrestling’s Hard to Jill PPV event.
This will mark James’ fifth reign as Knockouts Champion.
James kicked off her Last Rodeo back in September 2022, stating that her career would come to an end the next time that she lost a match. Since then, James has defeated the likes of Mia Yim, Taylor Wilde, and Gisele Shaw, and others as well.
Hard to Kill also saw Masha Slamovich become the new number one contender for the title, setting up a clash with James that may very well be the perfect time to crown a new Knockouts Champion, as Slamovich has been on a meteoric rise of her own.
Chelsea Green Discusses Potential WWE Return
Chelsea Green has been rumored to be making her return to WWE in the near future following her departure from Impact Wrestling, and now she is talking about her potential return to the company.
“I think that I wouldn’t go to AEW, and that’s just a reality for me” Green said, during an interview with WrestleZone’s Bill Pritchard.
“It’s not gonna happen. With WWE, I’m really glad that I left on good terms, although I was sad that I didn’t get to fulfill myself creatively as a wrestler. I still had a great relationship with Triple H. I had a great relationship with Vince, so I am really happy that I’m able to hold my head up high knowing there’s an opportunity for me to possibly go back if they decide it’s the time and the place. But this time would be different because I went into it the first time, and I was just so doe-eyed and niave, and just thought that I deserved to be listened to and deserved to be heard.
Now I realize it’s not always like that. And it’s not always wrestling. It just shows business. Acting is the same way. You’re not going to get everything that you ‘deserve’ or everything that you work for, and all you can do is just go in with a totally open mind and just let things happen. So if I did get the chance to go back, and if someone contacted me, I would absolutely have that conversation.”
Impact Wrestling Changes Locations for Two Upcoming Events
Impact Wrestling has officially announced location changes for two upcoming PPV events – Bound For Glory and Victory Road, according to Fightful.
Bound For Glory will be taking place in Albany New York on Friday October 7th, which is the first time the company will be running a major PPV event on a Friday. The event was originally scheduled for October 8th, in Danbury Connecticut.
Victory Road will be taking place on September 23rd from Skyway Studios in Nashville Tennessee, a change from their originally scheduled location of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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