It’s been an interesting year for Impact Wrestling, and many stars have parted ways with the company. Now yet another Impact Wrestling star has decided to move on as Eddie Kingston announced via Twitter that he’s done with Impact. Kingston thanked the company and also noted that he’s currently available for bookings and can be reached via e-mail.
— Eddie Kingston (@MadKing1981) October 4, 2017
Eddie Kingston isn’t the only star to leave the company recently as former TNA Tag Team and X-Division Champion Robbie E also recently announced his departure.
Kingston joined James Storm’s stable the DCC in 2016 and the group went on to terrorize the Impact Wrestling roster. Eddie Kingston and Bram pursued the TNA World Tag Team Titles, but they were unsuccessful in their attempt to capture the gold.
Eddie Kingston recently made his return to TV when he competed in the 20 man Gauntlet for the Gold match in August. The match was won by Eli Drake who became Global Force Wrestling Global Champion.
The Impact Wrestling roster is now looking ahead to Bound For Glory which will take place on November 5, 2017 at the Aberdeen Pavilion in Ottawa, Ontario.