Anthem Sports & Entertainment Inc. announced today that Scott D’Amore has been promoted to President of IMPACT Wrestling. Below is the full press release from Anthem.
Fight Network, a subsidiary of Anthem Sports & Entertainment, Inc., presents 10 all-new profiles of top stars from IMPACT Wrestling and Invicta Fighting Championships, as the popular, original series Diary returns for season two. New episodes will air on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. Each new episode of Diary also will be available on the official IMPACT Wrestling or Invicta FC YouTube Channel following their initial network premieres, every Tuesday at 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT.
Oh, you didn’t know? The latest interview for my book about the first 20 years of TNA/IMPACT Wrestling was with the legendary Brian James. As someone who grew up watching Brian as The Roadie with Jeff Jarrett, Road Dogg in The New Age Outlaws and D-Generation X, and B.G. James in TNA, I was thrilled to have the chance to speak with him at length.Continue reading
IMPACT Wrestling Knockout competitor Gisele Shaw has disclosed she is a transgender woman to the wider public. Shaw, who joined IMPACT’s roster in January of this year, informed IMPACT of her decision several months ago and made the disclosure in a series of interviews today.Continue reading
Kenny Omega’s arrival in IMPACT sent shockwaves all through the wrestling world. Omega made his in-ring debut at Hard To Kill as the team of him and The Good Brothers faced the trio of Rich Swann, Moose and Chris Sabin. Despite an impressive fight from the IMPACT trio, Omega pinned Swann and set in motion a historic title match. Swann would survive a difficult challenge against Moose at Sacrifice before an even bigger challenge was coming. At Rebellion in April, the IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann would face the AEW World Champion Kenny Omega in a Title vs. Title match.Continue reading
Our World Changed in 2020. It’s easy to think about how 2020 changed the world in many ways but Slammiversary was an industry shaking event. For weeks beforehand, anticipation built around just who would appear at IMPACT’s yearly anniversary PPV extravaganza. At least one former World Champion was promised, many other debuts and returns were teased – but just exactly who and how many people would be appearing at Slammiversary was anybody’s guess. Slammiversary came and blew away all expectations.Continue reading
As Brian Cage ramped up his pursuit of the IMPACT World Championship, Johnny IMPACT became increasingly insecure – looking to do anything he could to hang onto gold. He just about escaped from Homecoming with the title, fending off Brian Cage’s Option C challenge, but The Machine’s chase was only beginning. As Cage got closer and closer to Johnny, Johnny cracked under pressure – using corrupt official John E. Bravo to keep the title around his waist as Johnny and Taya Valkyrie looked to rule IMPACT. Brian Cage would finally get another shot at Rebellion – this time with special referee Lance Storm in place to ensure that Johnny couldn’t tilt the scales in his favor in any way. Cage defeated Johnny in Toronto to capture the richest prize in IMPACT Wrestling.Continue reading
This Sunday, IMPACT Wrestling celebrates its 20th anniversary at Slammiversary. Josh Alexander and Eric Young took part in an IMPACT Press Pass yesterday where they answered questions from the media. Questions included those focused on their big main event, their thoughts on the 20th anniversary of IMPACT Wrestling, and more. Hosted by D’Lo Brown and featuring a special appearance by Scott D’Amore, this is one IMPACT Press Pass you don’t want to miss. Watch the full Press Pass below.Continue reading
Santana and Ortiz carried on the LAX name with honor, living up the tremendous legacy of Homicide and Hernandez. However, the original LAX weren’t exactly pleased to see their spotlight taken by a younger generation. After over a year dominating the tag team division, Eddie Kingston arrived in IMPACT with a worrying message – Konnan had been taken out but he was here to steer the ship in Konnan’s absence. Diamante was skeptical of Kingston at first but over time he earned Santana and Ortiz’s trust and helped lead them back to the Tag Team Titles. All was well in LAX until Konnan returned.Continue reading