Lio Rush recently reflected on his experience working with Impact Wrestling as part of the Multiverse United event. Rush, who wrestled KUSHIDA during the event, spoke to MuscleManMalcolm and expressed his desire to return to Impact in the near future.

Rush expressed his excitement at having the opportunity to wrestle for Impact, a promotion he had grown up watching and idolizing. He noted that it was a huge milestone in his career and that he was proud to have accomplished so much at a young age. Rush also expressed his admiration for the X-Division and the exciting product that Impact has to offer.

During his conversation with MuscleManMalcolm, Rush also spoke about his experience wrestling against KUSHIDA, whom he referred to as a legend. He felt that the match was a perfect fit and that it was supposed to happen.

“IMPACT was incredible. I think that was a huge milestone for me in my career. I’ve been to a lot of different promotions, a lot of independent promotions, a lot of different television promotions and I’ve done it all at a fairly young age. I’m proud of that, and IMPACT is another one of those places where I grew up watching and idolizing the wrestlers who were in the X-Division and the product was so exciting to watch. I was a huge fan of the video game. I played the video game back in the day. Wrestling for IMPACT nonetheless was incredible, it was a feel-good moment, and it was cool that I was able to wrestle against a legend in KUSHIDA. I feel like it was a match made in heaven and it was supposed to happen, I’d love to show face in IMPACT in the future, hopefully, that happens. Yeah, a lot going on right now, and like I said, you never know. If that opportunity came, I’d be ready to make my own impact. “


Impact Wrestling recently announced that they will be holding another crossover event with New Japan Pro Wrestling later this year, titled Impact x NJPW Multiverse United 2: For Whom the Bell Tolls. This event will undoubtedly bring in more big names from the wrestling world, and fans can only hope that Lio Rush will be among them.

Do you think Lio Rush’s desire to return to Impact Wrestling will become a reality, and would you like to see him participate in future crossover events with promotions like New Japan Pro Wrestling? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

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