Latest update on Killer Kelly's future

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Latest update on Killer Kelly's future

Wrestler Killer Kelly has recently returned to the IMPACT Wrestling roster physically, because she is actually under contract as early as 2020, as she told SEScoops' Steve Fall to microphones: "Well, that was exactly that day.

Same day. I've been struggling in, I've been offered a deal. So I've been under contract for the past two years," she said. The wrestler had in fact fought in November 2020 in a match valid for the Impact Knockouts Tag Team Title Tournament, teaming up with Renee Michelle, but then she had taken a step back in October 2021 to try to get better after what she had delicately described as a moment of anxiety and depression.

Now, it has been revealed that she has signed a multi-year deal with the company, which she described on the Battleground Podcast as “child's play,” stating, “That's what I wanted. I was hungry for wrestling.

I was able to taste it a little earlier and it just made me want to have more and more, also due to the fact that I was back in Portugal, unable to fight, and I practically did not do it after my last appearance at IMPACT.

I've only had a couple of matches."

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Killer Kelly then went on to narrate her goals now that she is back active at IMPACT: "I have to go in order, Jordynne Grace and then everyone," she joked.

"But most of the Knockouts roster, I haven't dealt with it yet. I've only been on a couple of things with Jordynne in the indies, but they were always like Fatal 4-Way, tag, it was a tag match when I debuted for the indies.

Knockouts Tag Team Championship Tournament So I didn't have it one-on-one and I really want to do it and I want to have the chance to get in the ring with all the others that I didn't do it with. I want all the belts.

The first one I won was the wXw Women’s Championship. I was the first ever champion and since then, nothing. Nothing at all. As if it were terrible. Not good at all. So at IMPACT, I will have to pursue all degrees." The contest was then won by Toni Storm, now in All Elite Wrestling.

In Europe, Progress and RevPro have also been part of Killer Kelly's career, a path that so far has seen her boast of only one title, the women's wXw title, won on 23 December 2010 by defeating Melanie Gray and lost on 20 January 2018 against Toni. Storm.