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Impact management not returning talent calls, Ed Nordholm’s role reduces + more



UPDATE: Another wrestler has announced that he is leaving Impact Wrestling. Click here to read more.

ORIGINAL: Here are some news and notes from Impact Wrestling:

It looks like Impact is done with Orlando, at least for the foreseeable future. Following Bound For Glory and Impact Wrestling tapings in Ottawa, there is talk of running future tapings in New York City, Toronto, and Chicago. At one point, they were going to run a show in Chicago but that was put on hold.

Some of the talent has been grumbling about not getting their calls returned lately when they have a question. There’s also been talk about more departures soon. Low Ki is already gone and Eddie Kingston’s deal is about to expire.

Although the company indicated that John Gaburick, Sonjay Dutt, and Scott D’Amore would have an equal role in creative, it appears that Gaburick has taken the lead because he has been the person taking charge of creative meetings and conference calls with talent.

We should see the return of Alberto El Patron at Bound For Glory and/or the TV tapings and he will be getting a big push. We heard that he would be returning as a heel and playing off that he was sent home by management.

As seen on this week’s episode of Impact Wrestling, OVE captured the Tag Team Championships:

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Some of the notes above were first reported by PWInsider.








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