A superstar has to freshen up their look every so often in order to remain relevant. Some people change up their names and even their speaking patterns to switch-up their presentation and it turns out one popular star in GFW might be getting a different treatment very soon.
Abyss has been in GFW since they were TNA. He seems to be one of the few people who have stuck through every incarnation of the company and his Monstrous gimmick has seen a couple changes as well. Over time Abyss gave up his mask and took a new moniker, but recent reports are he’s set to receive another makeover.
Dave Meltzer reported in the recent issue of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter that after Abyss’ current run as Joseph Park has concluded he is set to receive a new look and updated mask. Let’s hope it suits him well.
Forging the future with a new piece of leather. pic.twitter.com/5DNXPcWsej
— Abyss (@TherealAbyss) July 22, 2017
It’s been a busy week full of news. If you’d like to catch up on some of the top stories from this week, check out some of the links below:
- WWE could be sending main roster stars to NXT in next Superstar Shake-Up
- Latest updates in the on-going Hardy Boyz/Anthem Sports negotiations
- Seth Rollins and Reby Hardy respond to Donald Trump banning transgenders in the military
- Alberto El Patron remains suspended from GFW despite being cleared in Orlando airport incident
- Rumor Killer On Paige Arrest Warrant Story
- Road Dogg responds in epic fashion to all those #FireRoadDogg tweets
- This is personal…Reby Hardy rips on Jeff Jarrett, Ed Nordholm and Global Force Wrestling again
- AJ Styles was supposed to win his match against Kevin Owens at WWE Battleground
- Update on possible SummerSlam plans for The Great Khali
- SummerSlam plans for Big Cass, is he working out as a top heel?
- Kurt Angle receives praise for his acting in Jason Jordan story line
- WATCH: AJ Styles throws out first pitch at Phillies baseball game
- Two Japanese pro wrestlers involved in stabbing incident
- WATCH: Roman Reigns is back to putting Braun Strowman through a table
- Alberto El Patron reportedly no longer suspect in domestic violence investigation