earl hebner

There have been quite a few Impact Wrestling departures ahead of the Bound For Glory pay-per-view on Sunday. It was recently reported that Impact would likely be using Canadian referees for the event which is set to take place from Ottawa, and it looks like that’s the case because several referees are no longer with the company.

Brian Hebner, Brian Stiffler and Robert King all parted ways with Impact this week, and now Pro Wrestling Sheet is reporting that Earl Hebner has been released as well.

According to the report, Earl Hebner left the company earlier this week due to Impact informing the refs that they will be using Canadian referees for Bound For Glory and the TV tapings that are set to take place on the days following the event.

Earl Hebner originally joined TNA in 2006, and at this point there’s no word on what’s next for the TNA Hall of Famer.

The referees aren’t the only one’s who are no longer working for Impact Wrestling, as former X-Division Champion Rockstar Spud, Marshe Rockett, Reno Scum, Taryn Terrell and more have parted ways with the company over the last few weeks.

It’s also rumored that former TNA World Heavyweight Champion James Storm could be finishing up with the company next week as well, so it will be interesting to see how he’s booked at the TV tapings.