Two noteworthy names were reportedly backstage at WWE RAW, and one of them recently finished up with IMPACT Wrestling.
Per Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful Select, Vincent is now a free agent, and his contract with IMPACT expired over the weekend. He made his debut for the company at the Hard To Kill pay-per-view. There, he arrived with Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, and PCO, along with Maria Kanellis, to form Honor No More. The group was a featured act on IMPACT programming for the next several months and added Eddie Edwards and Kenny King. Taven and Bennett won the IMPACT World Tag Team Championship, while Edwards later unsuccessfully challenged for the IMPACT World Championship at Bound For Glory. In his last match for IMPACT, Vincent and PCO lost to Heath and Rich Swann on the September 29 episode of IMPACT Wrestling.
Additionally, Mike Johnson of PWInsider reported that Vincent and Dutch were backstage at the October 10 taping of WWE Raw. The duo, along with Bateman, previously held the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship; they won the gold at ROH Final Battle 2021 and lost the titles to Dalton Castle and the Boys at ROH Death Before Dishonor 2022.
Before ROH went on hiatus and was acquired by Tony Khan, Vincent had been featured with the company for several years, first as a member of The Kingdom and later as the leader of The Righteous. He is a four-time ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champion.
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