The IInspiration Announced Indefinite Hiatus

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The IInspiration Announced Indefinite Hiatus

The IInspiration were known as the IIconics in the WWE. They were at one time the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions. Just like many other superstars, they also are no longer part of the WWE. They were until a while ago Impact Wrestling wrestlers.

The team is made up of Jessie McKay and Cassie Lee. They announced just recently that they will be stepping away from the ring for the foreseeable future. This news was made public by Impact Wrestling and the IInspiration.

The IInspiration Will No Longer Appear For Impact Wrestling

“We first want to thank Scott D’Amore and the entire IMPACT family,” The IInspiration said in the statement.

“We have had such an amazing experience, working with the incredible IMPACT staff and roster. We will cherish these IMPACT memories forever. We are excited to start a new chapter in our lives and explore other opportunities that may come our way”.

At Impact Wrestling, the team was marginally more successful than they were at the WWE. They were a comedy team in the WWE and nobody really took them very seriously. They made their Impact Wrestling debut at Bound for Glory which took place last October.

They defeated Rosemary and Decay’s Havok that night and won the Impact Knockouts Tag Team Titles. They held the titles for a while. They dropped it at the Sacrifice PPV in that took place in March. The Influence was the team that beat them for the titles.

Their last appearance took place at the Countdown to Rebellion PPV. They lost their rematch against The Influence for the Knockouts Tag Team Title. They, after that did not appear at the Impact TV Tapings which took place the following day.

“The IInspiration have been a great part of IMPACT’s Knockouts roster and wonderful to work with,” IMPACT Executive Vice-President Scott D’Amore said in the joint statement released Wednesday. “Cassie and Jessie are incredibly talented performers.

Everyone at IMPACT wishes them every success in the future”. As IIconics, the IInspiration spent seven years of their life in the WWE. They won the Women’s Tag Team Titles at WrestleMania 35. The team was later split.

They could never find the success as solo wrestlers. The team members were released in April with a number of other superstars. Their release did not surprise anyone as many people believed that WWE simply did not know what to do with them.