Backstage news on Deonna Purrazzo's contract



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Backstage news on Deonna Purrazzo's contract

During the latest IMPACT event, Emergence, Deonna Purrazzo and Chelsea Green managed to defeat the tag team formed by Rosemary and Taya Valkyrie by taking off their Knockouts World Tag Team belts. But what is their current contractual situation with IMPACT? Fightful colleagues took care of it and made it known that they were told that Chelsea Green is still a free agent and she has not signed a contract with IMPACT.

Cardona's wife, therefore, continues to work with other promotions, which is normal anyway even for those who are under contract because as we know things work differently there than in WWE, while she appears on IMPACT weekly in the tapings.

New details on Deonna Purrazzo

Regarding his partner, Fightful says: "Originally, Deonna Purrazzo's contract expires at the end of 2022. As a result, we are told that Purrazzo and IMPACT Wrestling is planning to actively discuss her future in the company.

Sources familiar with the situation have indicated that IMPACT believes it has an option year, but it is not something clear. Purrazzo joined IMPACT Wrestling working the first few months without a deal, even after winning the Knockouts Championship.

She eventually signed with the company, and we were told that after receiving a raise, she was added time into her contract. This may also include an option year, but we have learned that it is assumed that the two sides will enter into a negotiation."

Beware because Deonna has significantly increased her value in the market after the extraordinary performance she has given as an IMPACT and AAA champion, so many companies may want her. IMPACT has to make her a nice offer, otherwise, AEW might even step forward or even Triple H with WWE, although Deonna might not return as she claims she didn't exactly have the experience she was hoping for.

Purrazzo revealed the conversations that took place between herself and Triple H with regard to their potential debut. "So, he was like, 'You might not get the chance to be on TV every week in the ring, but if we can do backstage stuff or things that are done at home.

Just come up with any and all ideas and shoot them to Creative.' We did that. We did that twice and we never heard anything back, and then it was that Chelsea was going to debut without me but I would come in when I was ready."