Impact Wrestling brought back the TNA Title right before the novel coronavirus shut down the pro wrestling world to a great extent. Plans needed to be changed all over the planet. The TNA Title was no exception.

It appears that Moose could battle EC3 soon. The former WWE Superstar’s music did play during Impact Wrestling’s television show in place of Moose’s music. This was certainly noticed by Moose. We’ll have to see what happens next, but it’s not the original plan at all.

While speaking to Wrestling With Sports, Moose revealed Impact Wrestling’s initial plans for the TNA World Title’s return. They were supposed to lead to a big show at WrestleMania weekend. Obviously that didn’t happen.

“Okay. First of all, the first thing I wanna say with answering your question is, screw coronavirus. Yeah, because this whole thing was supposed to — we actually had to change the storyline a bit. Actually, a lot. Because the initial storyline was, we were supposed to have the Mania show, WrestleMania was in Tampa this year. And we had a big show going on that weekend called ‘There’s Nothing Like Home.’ And it was supposed to be a TNA-featured show, and the main event of that show was supposed to be the King of the Mountain match. And they were gonna announce the day of the show on social media that now the King of the Mountain match will be for the TNA Heavyweight Championship. And I was supposed to win it.”

“But then coronavirus happened, and everything got shut down and everything got cancelled and that show got canceled. So the idea was, how do you still introduce the TNA Heavyweight Championship now that we don’t have any shows before our next PPV which was — was it Rebellion, I think it was? So they came up with an idea of, ‘You’re a f**king asshole, and you’re a bad guy, you’re a heel. How about you just bring the title and claim it?’”

“I automatically fell in love with the idea. Because one of my favorite wrestlers as a kid, and still to this day, was Ric Flair. And I remember when Ric Flair showed up in WWE, I think for the first time, and he had the NWA title. So to me, it was like, ‘This is the greatest idea ever,’ because I remember watching Ric Flair showing up, I’m a big fan of Ric Flair. And I remember him showing up to WWE claiming he was the real world champion because he had the NWA Title. So they told me what they were thinking, and I loved it, and we just went on with it.”

The No Place Like Home event had a ton of hype behind it, but the COVID-19 pandemic caused it to be cancelled. Moose is still the self-appointed TNA Champion, but that could change eventually.

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Thanks to 411 Mania for the quote

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