It’s been a big year for TNA, as the company officially change their name to Impact Wrestling, then to Global Force Wrestling, then back to Impact Wrestling. The company has also parted ways with several talents, and now yet another wrestler has left the promotion.
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Former TNA Tag Team Champion Robbie E recently took to social media to confirm that he’s no longer with Impact Wrestling, and he thanked the company for working with him for 7 years. It appears that there’s no bad blood between the two parties as Impact Wrestling confirmed his departure and thanked Robbie E for his hard work.
Robbie E and Impact Wrestling posed the following:
Thank you @impactwrestling for the last 7 plus years that have changed my life forever and I’ll always appreciate… on to the next… pic.twitter.com/nQKow4UgSK
— Robbie E (@RobbieEImpact) September 29, 2017
Thanks @RobbieEImpact for all your passion and hard work! Don’t miss a new #DadBodDestroyer from Robbie & @muscle_fitness every Monday. https://t.co/9z8kjVLKyr
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) September 29, 2017
The WWE Monday Night Raw announce team is going to look a little different next week because Michael Cole will be missing the show to attend his son’s wedding. Tom Phillips will be taking his place for the night, and WWE confirmed Phillips will be joining the team with the following announcement:
“Michael Cole will miss this Monday’s Raw in Denver to attend his son’s wedding, WWE.com can confirm. Instead, the night’s action — including Seth Rollins vs. Braun Strowman and an Intercontinental Championship Match pitting Roman Reigns against The Miz — will be called by SmackDown LIVE’s Tom Phillips. This marks only the second time in 20 years that Cole — considered “The Voice of WWE” — has missed a week of WWE television broadcasts. Don’t miss Phillips and the rest of the Team Red broadcast team this Monday on Raw, kicking off at 8/7 C on USA Network!”
No Cole? Thank God.