Impact Wrestling News

Impact Wrestling News

If you’re into the world of wrestling, you’ve probably been keeping tabs on the latest news in the Impact Wrestling universe. From Bully Ray to Sheldon Jean, there’s no shortage of news to keep track of.


If you are a fan of Impact Wrestling, then you have probably heard of Moose. Moose has become one of the best stars in the company over the last few years, and has proved to be an asset to the company.

Moose has been around the business for a long time. He started out with smaller promotions, but has since moved up the ranks to become one of the most powerful stars in Impact Wrestling.

Bully Ray

As a 21 year veteran in the professional wrestling business, Bully Ray is a legend in his own right. He has been part of several companies including TNA, WWE, and IMPACT, and has been involved in several legendary matches.

The Bully Ray of today is more of an enforcer, rather than a superstar. In the past, he was part of a trio of former TNA stars, and has fought with the Latin American Xchange.

Giselle Shaw

Shaw is the latest star to join the Impact Wrestling roster. Shaw has been wrestling for a number of years, including a stint in the UK where she was known as Azteca. She has also appeared on the indies, but made her debut in IMPACT in January of this year.

She is considered one of the best performers in the company’s women’s division. The women’s division has continued to be one of the top performing in North America.

Crazzy Steve

Crazzy Steve is a member of IMPACT Wrestling‘s iconic roster. Despite his blindness, he has become a recognizable face and an impressive in-ring performer. He is a former member of The Menagerie and the long-running stable Decay. In his career, he has wrestled as a singles and tag team wrestler.

When he was a kid, Crazzy Steve was born with cataracts. His eyesight continued to deteriorate as he grew older. As a result, he is legally blind. However, he can still see colors, shapes, and ring ropes.

Sheldon Jean

If you’re looking for the latest news and rumors in Impact Wrestling, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll be covering everything you need to know about tonight’s No Surrender event.

IMPACT Wrestling recently taped an episode in Kissimmee, Florida. The show featured the return of two NWA Women’s Tag Team Champions, the debut of former WWE NXT star Zicky Dice, and more. It also teased matchups for next week.

The main event was a six-way elimination match dubbed the Golden Six Shooter. The winner will challenge current Impact World Champion Josh Alexander for the title at No Surrender.


One of the newest members of the Impact Wrestling family is Cody Deaner. Deaner is one of four members of the Violent By Design faction. In addition to being a wrestler, he is also a producer. He has been with the company since March 2018.

The main focus of his time with the company was collaborating with former WWE stars such as Joe Doering and Eric Young. Although Deaner is not a big fan of the former, he is a die-hard fan of the latter.

Chris Bey

Chris Bey is a talented wrestler who has been a part of IMPACT Wrestling for several years. He first came onto the scene as an independent wrestler, but has since moved up the ladder to a prominent place on the roster of IMPACT. Now, he is looking to win the IMPACT World Championship.

Although he has made his mark in Impact Wrestling, Chris Bey has also worked with various other independent wrestling promotions. Most recently, he has competed for New Japan Pro-Wrestling, where he is a member of the Bullet Club.

Tommy Dreamer

IMPACT Wrestling has announced that Tommy Dreamer has been suspended indefinitely. The suspension was announced following comments that he made on the Dark Side of the Ring episode.

Dreamer is a former WWE Superstar. He has worked in TNA and ECW. As a producer, he also served as an agent for Impact. However, his career with IMPACT has been rocky.

After announcing his suspension, IMPACT management decided that the punishment was appropriate. They believed that the offense was clear and that the punishment fit the offense.


PCO, also known as Perfect Creation One, has signed a contract with Impact Wrestling and will be returning to the ring. He is expected to face Eddie Edwards in a street fight at TV tapings. This match should be a lot of fun to watch.

PCO made his debut in the ring in 1987. Since then, he has gone on to become one of the most popular wrestlers in the independent scene. In the past, he has worked for WCW, ECW, Ring Of Honor, and more.