Tony Nese’s time in WWE is now over and he is looking to start the next chapter in his career. He might just do that with Impact Wrestling, because he believes that it would be a perfect fit.

The pro wrestling world is opening up like the rest of the planet following a brutal pandemic. The light at the end of the tunnel is very bright and plenty of fans are excited about what is to come. WWE also isn’t the only pro wrestling game in town, opening up many more opportunities for free agents.

While Wrestling Perspective Podcast, Tony Nese explored the idea of going to Impact Wrestling. He was asked about the former TNA and he admitted that it could be a perfect fit.

“I feel like I’d fit in (IMPACT) perfectly. I feel like I’d fit in a lot of places perfectly. My options are out there and I have a lot of discussions to make. I’m not saying anything. Right now, my goal is to wrestle the people I haven’t had a chance to wrestle. I have to brush up on my independent wrestling. I have a lot of friends in AEW like Alex Reynolds and John Silver. Me and Alex have wrestled like 110 or 120 times. I’d love to add a couple more to that.” 

“Kenny Omega, I wrestled him on an independent show. It was a small show and he was on a long tour and just like ‘let me get through this without getting hurt.’ Matt Sydal, I’ve never worked with him and would love to mix it up with him. I wouldn’t mind smacking MJF around.”

We have tracked down Tony Nese vs Kenny Omega and you can check that out below.

AEW is also a possibility for Tony Nese at this point. He wouldn’t mind “smacking MJF around” like so many others. We’ll have to see what happens when his non-compete clause is over. He is still unable to appear anywhere until that clause expires following his release from Vince McMahon’s company.

Where do you think Tony Nese would be a perfect fit? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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