In June, former IMPACT World Champion Moose announced that he resigned with the company. He stated that it was the longest deal anyone had signed in the history of IMPACT.
Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful Select reports that Moose’s contract was set to expire on June 30, but IMPACT re-signed him. Sapp cited sources who noted that it was legitimately the longest deal in IMPACT history.
Sapp also wrote that some in WWE had indicated some level of interest in Moose, but IMPACT reached a new deal with him.
Moose Comments On Re-Signing With IMPACT Wrestling
When Moose announced that he re-signed, he shared his thoughts in a lengthy message. He made it clear that he wanted to go down as one of the top names in IMPACT history.
The post is as follows:
“Leaving IMPACT WRESTLING was a very hard to decision to make. Since I made my debut in July 2016 I have accomplished so much in 7 years. Truth is there is So many matches that I wanted to have, so many matchups to be had but then I realized, unlike MMA, I don’t have to beat the great wrestlers in other organizations to be considered great. I think my body of work speaks for itself. I believe my peers in all other companies and organizations respect my work and at the end of the day that’s all that matters. Right now when you hear IMPACT WRESTLING AJ styles/Kurt Angle are the top names that comes to mind. I want my name to be at the top of that list. So with that goal in mind, I have more I have to get done before my time in Impact is done. not only did I signed back with Impact Wrestling but I also signed the longest deal anyone has ever signed in company’s history…. A whole lot of work to be done so let’s Go.
“Ps I get to still annoy Tommy Dreamer and Scott D’Amore.”
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