2014-2018 I have been a part [Impact] worked with a lot good people and for the most part enjoyed my time. Having said that... as I’ve grown ... they well.... ummm. change is good and there defiantly has been a lot of changes and today after much contemplation it time for me to move on from impact. Creatively we just don’t see eye to eye on anything and I beat [EC3] so I’m good... I wish them well in there future endeavors... #nuffsaid"
Tyrus posted on his Instagram account that he was in fact finished with Impact. He was granted a release back in August of 2017 when he acknowledged he was on bad terms with the Global Office, notably Jeff Jarret. Tyrus rejoined the company at the beginning of the year, but the reunion only last a mere four months.
We wish him well in all of his future endeavors...
Tyrus Returns to the Impact Zone
Following in suite of his former tag team partner Angelico, Jack Evans too has chosen to leave Lucha Underground. This probably comes as little surprise to those who attended the Lucha Undergound tapings in Los Angeles. Evans did take part in the Lucha Underground vs. Impact match during Wrestlemania Weekend.
Once again, Impact Wrestling parts ways with Alberto El Patron. Impact Wrestling's twitter made the informal announcement that "It has terminated its agreement with Alberto El Patron, effective immediately." Apparently the company was keeping the former Global Wrestling Champion on a short lease after re-signing him back in November. When El Patron didn't appear at the Wrestle Con Weekend scheduled Lucha Underground vs. Impact Wrestling show, that was the end for Alberto.
El Patron Returns to Impact
El Patron headed to CWFH
.On consecutive days Zack Sabre Jr. lose the Evolve Title to Matt Riddle at EVOLVE 102 and the Rev Pro Undisputed British Heavyweight Title to Tomohiro Ishii. What's interesting is that Ishii is still apparently with NJPW, so we're not exactly sure why Sabre Jr. was required to drop both titles to establish his full time position with NJPW, but nevertheless this is great news for Suzuki-gun.
Wishing you the best, on your future endeavors.
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