Following No Surrender in February, the faction grew in power, with Edwards emerging as the leader. The former IMPACT World Champion later explained his actions, saying he felt overlooked by the company.
“That’s a scar that’s not going to fade anytime soon,” Edwards recently told Tru Heel Heat Wrestling. “I feel like I gave my all for IMPACT Wrestling. I continue to do that. At certain times, I am overlooked where it’s like, ‘oh, Eddie’s here…’ type thing. Versus like, ‘Oh, let’s give Eddie this shot. Let’s give Eddie that chance.’
“That’s something that will always stick with me,” he said. “It’s a chip that I’m going to carry my shoulder, which, I’m going to use that for this new year coming up.”
Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, and Maria Kanellis later opted not to renew their contracts, and subsequently signed with All Elite Wrestling. Therefore, Honor No More later disbanded in October 2022. However, Edwards would’ve liked to see a few other wrestlers join the faction during their tenure.
“Whenever I think of Ring of Honor, I think of the Briscoes. The Briscoes did come to IMPACT for a bit. They were the IMPACT Tag [Team] Champions, but I would have loved if we could have convinced them to join Honor Mo More. Even, a guy that I’ve fought with in numerous times over the years, Moose, I would have loved to have Moose come on board too,” he added. “It just wasn’t in the cards, and in the end we had who we had. We did whatever we could do.”