Are former WWE Talents planning on heading to Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary event on Saturday, July 18th on Pay Per View?
A few short weeks after WrestleMania 36, amidst the Corona Virus Pandemic, WWE made a tough decision and released over twenty contracted talents.
In a very similar style of the recent “Smackdown Hacker”, Impact Wrestling released a trailer for their mid-year Pay Per View, which featured a hooded figure that was watching a news report highlighting the recent departures from WWE.
During the teaser trailer, short clips of former Impact Talent were rapidly shown. Eric Young, EC3, Mike Bennett and Maria Kanellis as well as Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson, Curt Hawkins, Spud (Drake Maverick) were all featured.
You can watch the entire trailer, from Impact Wrestling, below.
With the tease of perhaps an influx of former WWE Superstars appearing on Impact Television, has now drawn the attention of Wrestling Fans, from all around the World. The possibility of booking certain matches, has truly engaged the audience, posing the important question of “What If?”.
It was also intriguing that the representation of a Bulgarian flag briefly popped up. With perhaps a further tease, that the former WWE United States Champion, Rusev, might be making Impact Wrestling his new home.
Who would you like to see sign with the company and who would you like to see them work against?
What will happen when Impact Wrestling broadcasts Slammiversary 2020 LIVE around the world on pay-per-view and the Impact Plus App.
You never know where future endeavours may lead someone!
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