TNA is undergoing a significant transformation, rebranding from Impact Wrestling. In preparation for the future, the company is actively recruiting new talent and might welcome back some old names as well. Interestingly enough, a former WWE name who was recently released isn’t against returning to TNA.

McKenzie Mitchell, who appeared on-screen as a host for WWE on their various media outlets and NXT, announced that she was let go from the company earlier this month. She also had nothing but positive things to say about them.

TNA is making a comeback at the Hard to Kill event on January 13th, 2024. With the anticipation building for their imminent rebranding, fans are eager to see the changes in less than a month, especially when it comes to bringing in more names for the promotion.

While speaking to Chris Van Vliet, McKenzie Mitchell was asked about returning to TNA now that she is no longer working with WWE. Mitchell admitted that it would be a homecoming if she returned to TNA.

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I think it’d be a homecoming because I was there for four years and it’s where I started, so it would kind of come back around. We’ll see.”

Micthell’s first post-WWE gig was also revealed recently. McKenzie Mitchell was an on-screen personality and interviewer for TNA Wrestling from May 2016 to January 2019. Therefore, a return to her former employer would certainly be in the cards for her. We’ll have to wait and see what’s next in store for Mitchell.

What’s your view on what McKenzie Mitchell had to say about a potential TNA return? Do you feel she should go back to TNA? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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