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Moose Discusses His Decision To Re-Sign With IMPACT Wrestling

Moose has some big goals in IMPACT Wrestling, as he wants to cement his legacy in the promotion.

IMPACT Wrestling‘s Moose recently sat down with Wrestlesphere. When asked about calling himself Mr. IMPACT Wrestling, Moose said he wants to be thought of beside names like AJ Styles and Kurt Angle when you think about the company.

“That’s the reason why I’ve decided to stay with IMPACT,” Moose admitted. “In the past, when you hear the words IMPACT Wrestling, maybe two names come to mind, AJ Styles, Kurt Angle. I’m working to become the third name people think of when they think about IMPACT Wrestling. Each day I feel like I take more steps towards that goal. I’ve been a loyal flag-waver for IMPACT Wrestling, and I’m going to keep doing it.”

Moose Wants His Name To Be Associated With IMPACT Wrestling

When asked what legacy means to him, Moose said it means a lot, and it’s another reason he decided to remain with IMPACT.

“Legacy means a lot, man. I mean, there’s a reason why I decided to stay here,” Moose said. “We’re growing every year, getting bigger and bigger. We just did a tour of Australia, and we’re doing another, hopefully next year. Now we’re coming to the UK. Every year IMPACT does something that’s not been seen for a few years, and I’m happy to be part of that.

“I made my legacy all at IMPACT Wrestling, and I can’t wait to see how that all turns out when I finally unlace the boots and hang it up. IMPACT Wrestling has a lot of great wrestlers in our locker room like Eddie Edwards, Josh Alexander, Deonna Purrazzo; I mean, she and the Knockouts have killed it in recent years.”

Moose will compete at IMPACT x NJPW Multiverse United 2 on August 20. He will team up with Eddie Edwards to face Zack Sabre Jr. and Shane Haste. WrestleZone will have coverage of the show as it airs.

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