Backstage News On IMPACT Wrestling and How They're Fighting To Stay Alive


IMPACT Wrestling continues cost cutting measures and wrestlers who have wanted out of their contracts previously are now finding it much easier to obtain a release since the company is already trying to reduce spending. Female competitor MJ Jenkins was announced a few days ago as being released, something she had asked for as she hopes to get an opportunity with WWE.

Unlike WWE which usually has a 90 day non-compete when wrestlers leave, IMPACT is only making talent wait 30 days until they can do as they please. Several wrestlers were released during the period of October 25-27, although most of the names didn't leak out until a few days after that. So November 25-27 is when those wrestlers will actually be free agents.

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