Jake Something announces his departure from Impact Wrestling

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

Jake Something (Jacob Doyle) announced that he is a free agent, meaning his contract with Impact Wrestling has expired. Something thanked Impact management for taking a chance on him via social media. “I’m just getting started,” Something added.

Powell’s POV: Something showed a lot of upside potential during his Impact run. The company never seemed to get fully behind his character for some reason. Still, I’m surprised to see that the two sides didn’t work out a new deal. It will be interesting to see what his next move will be.

Readers Comments (4)

  1. I think Jake eventually re-signs with Impact. But, I see that you still couldn’t find the time to review Sacrifice. I mean with 3 title changes & the return of Josh Alexander, don’t you think that was a tad bit noteworthy? I did see that you did give the results.
    And before you go off on me for deciding to watch wrestling instead of spending a Saturday night with my family, I’ll let you know that we watch Impact as a family.
    I still contend that you do a disservice to the wrestlers who bust their asses on Impact as well as the fans who spend their hard-earned dollars on the product. Impact wrestling & their fans deserve just as much consideration as does the almighty AEW, WWE, MLW NXT, NJPW or anything else.

  2. Impact isnt reviewed because it isnt a top company. Its a mid level fed now. Give it a break

    Heres hoping jake something ends up in AEW w his long time gf

  3. TheGreatestOne March 7, 2022 @ 7:41 pm

    Impact is literally a shitty indy fed with a “TV” deal for a channel that 75 people have access to.

  4. Dude, people are only gonna watch so much wrestling in a week, and Impact is such a low tier promotion it shouldn’t be a surprise they don’t get the same coverage as promotions like WWE and AEW. This site doesn’t cover Stardom, Rev Pro, Dragon’s Gate, and lots of other promotions either, that’s just how it is.

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