WWE Star Who Joined Impact Wrestling Is Already Leaving Promotion
It looks like one of the released talents who jumped to Impact Wrestling from WWE is already leaving Impact. His future remains unclear.
EC3 didn’t stick around with Impact Wrestling for very long. According to reports on Wednesday, the creative but somewhat controversial performer is already leaving Impact Wrestling after just a short period of time with the promotion.
Fightful Select reported today that EC3 has finished up his limited run with Impact Wrestling for the time being. He joined the promotion after the numerous talent releases from WWE and it was with great anticipation that fans were wondering what he might do next. It appears he’ll be sticking with ROH for the rest of the year, but beyond that, who knows?
The creative former WWE star is consistently posting videos suggesting people create their own narrative and it looks like he’s taking his own advice to heart. He’s not gone to AEW like many might have expected he would, and he’s not sticking with Impact despite a number of former WWE stars finding a good fit there. He’s certainly not returning to WWE. He’s marching to the beat of his own drum.
There’s no word yet on if he’s got a plan to jump to AEW or if he’s had contact with Impact about returning at some point down the line, but it sounds like the door is open. Fightful did say that there is buzz he might create a new project separate from any major wrestling promotion.
EC3 Is Anything But Predictable
So far, since leaving WWE EC3 has been a must-watch on YouTube and social media. He’s constantly putting out videos teasing his next moves. No doubt, a few wrestling promotions would probably be interested in adding his creativity to their roster.
It would be nice to see him find a regular home and make a real run as one of the brand’s top stars. It’s just a matter of him finding that place he’s most comfortable.
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