A lot of major news came out of tonight's TNA Impact Wrestling television taping event in Orlando, Florida including three returns for the company, the debut of several new characters, and more.
Former Aces & Eights member Knux made his return to Impact for the first time since the faction split up. He has been repackaged with a "carny" gimmick, along with his girlfriend Rebel, a character called Crazy Steve, a large masked man and two guys on stilts.
Kenny King and Bobby Lashley also made their returns, scheduled for the 5/15 edition of Impact Wrestling. Both guys joined MVP in attacking Eric Young in the main event segment of that show. The new advertised main event for TNA Slammiversary is Eric Young vs. MVP for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.
A new character named Bram made his debut tonight, and he will be appearing for the first time ont he 5/8 episode. Bram is former NXT developmental star Kenneth Cameron, who wrestled as a part of the original Ascension tag team prior to his release.
And while many expected Kazarian to be on his way out of TNA, he actually attended the television taping, working two matches on both the 5/8 and 5/15 editions of Impact Wrestling. His contract is set to expire soon, but at this time we have no new information about the state of his deal with the company.