Impact Wrestling is preparing for the future, and they had quite a 2022, considering their place in the market. They have a few points to brag about right now, including the fact that they inked a new deal with Tom Hannifan .
WWE surprised a lot of people when they released Tom Philips from his contract. Once known as a Michael Cole twin, Phillips held down the fort on commentary, but now he’s with Impact Wrestling for the long haul.
During the first quarter of 2023, IMPACT Wrestling made some significant signings, including Tom Hannifan, KiLynn King, and the Motor City Machine Guns. Anthem Sports announced the signings while touting the company’s Q1 results.
Tom Hannifan originally signed with IMPACT in January 2022, and he immediately added his own flavor while trying to drop the WWE mannerisms. It appears that he re-signed with the former TNA for an extended period of time.
In the earnings report, Anthem Sports also highlighted some of IMPACT’s recent achievements, including the Multiverse United event in partnership with New Japan Pro-Wrestling. The sold-out event was held at the Globe Theater in Los Angeles, and the event was broadcast live on AXS TV and Anthem’s Fight Network platform.
Impact Wrestling is still pushing through and doing their thing. Now, we know that they have also locked down the voice on commentary that they want for the future.
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