The turnover continues at Impact Wrestling. The latest name isn’t a surprise - it’s been reported for a while now that Eddie Kingston would be leaving when his contract expired. The former D.C.C. member confirmed it on Twitter this morning:
I am no longer with @IMPACTWRESTLING and want to thank them for everything. I am now open for bookings @ EddieKingston74@gmail.com— Eddie Kingston (@MadKing1981) October 4, 2017
Kingston follows a growing list of names who’ve left the Anthem Entertainment-owned promotion of late, including Robbie E, Jim Cornette, Madison Rayne, Matt Morgan, Magnus, Davey Richards, Angelina Love, D’Angelo Dinero, and Tyrus. Low Ki is all but officially gone, and will probably make a similar announcement as soon as his contract expiration date arrives.
In their place, a lot of talent from Mexico’s AAA has arrived to fill slots on the roster.
Will it improve the product, or serve as an upgrade? Perhaps more importantly, will these changes stick?