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Impact Wrestling star done with the company

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Fallah Bahh is on the free-agent market as Fightful Select reported today that "Bahh is apparently done" with Impact Wrestling. He was removed from the Impact roster in January and re-added to the Virtual Basement's Wrestling Code video game shortly after.

The report noted that Impact officials asked their talent to not include themselves in the game back in 2020 and that edict hasn’t changed since then. After talking with talent and staff, it was revealed Bahh hasn’t been backstage at recent TV tapings.

Rohit Raju, Larry D, Ace Romero, Matt Striker, and others have left the promotion over the last few months or had their contract expire. It was said more turnover is coming as people on the roster expect it to be "constantly refreshed."

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Bahh broke into the business in 2005 where he worked for various promotions including Monster Factory Pro Wrestling.

Bahh joined the promotion in 2017 where he won the “Turkey Bowl” in 2017 and 2018. He challenged and came up short against then-World Champion Austin Aries in September 2018. His last Impact match was back in November on an episode of Before The Impact. He wrestled a few indie events after that but hasn’t wrestled since December 10th.