Impact Wrestling departure

By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Tyrus has announced his latest departure from Impact Wrestling. “I have been a part @impactwrestling worked with a lot good people and for the most part enjoyed my time,” Tyrus wrote on Instagram. “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 @therealec3 [EC3] so I’m good… I wish them well in there future endeavors.”

Powell’s POV: Tyrus appeared on last week’s Impact Wrestling television show in a six-man tag match. They wrapped up his latest feud with EC3 quickly and from a storyline standpoint it won’t be tough to write him out since he wasn’t really in the middle of anything. Perhaps that’s why he’s frustrated with his creative?


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Readers Comments (3)

  1. Who cares? He’s 45. Totally out of shape and has never had any gimmick that succeeded other than a dancing fat man. Of course, all the Impact haters out there will start claiming the ship is sinking yet again. Well, it’ll float a little better without that dinosaur.

  2. Now he has time to attend night school and sit in on a couple of English classes.

  3. Impact is a sinking company. They are like the Titanic. Time to buy into MLW I guess

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