According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer, Moose has decided to stick with Impact.
The 37 year old former football player joined the company from Ring of Honor back in 2016. He’s won several titles there, including a run with the TNA World championship. He’s heading into the biggest match of his career next month at Against All Odds when he’ll challenge Impact World champ Kenny Omega.
Re-upping with Impact could be a sign he’s the guy who’ll re-collect the promotion’s top prize from The Belt Collector. Or is it!?!?
Not True https://t.co/g1OK3UN8bf— THE WRESTLING GOD (@TheMooseNation) May 22, 2021
Before Melter’s report, Moose was tweeting their was a “huge chance” he would show up at AEW’s Double or Nothing PPV next weekend, and even teasing a jump to Tuesday nights:
I love when you all argue about what my NeXT move is !!— THE WRESTLING GOD (@TheMooseNation) May 21, 2021
WWE reportedly passed on signing Moose before he joined Impact, allegedly due to a 2009 domestic violence arrest for which the NFL suspended him for a game in 2010. But whether or not that would prevent Triple H or Tony Khan from hiring him now, Impact seems like the place where he’ll have the most success.
My guess is Moose is just working the sheets & the socials to keep folks guessing about what might play out with Omega this summer. We shall see.