Some athletes expiring with Impact

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Some athletes expiring with Impact

Last night the Impact Wrestling TV tapings were staged directly from SkyWay Studios in Nashville where the contents for the next two episodes were recorded that will conclude the construction of the Bound For Glory card. With regard to the most important PPV of the year for Impact, there are interesting updates coming from its roster.

Apparently some stars including Mia Yim, Maria Kanellis, Mike Bennett and Matt Taven, will have their contracts expiring right after the aforementioned event. If in Mia's case we were already aware of everything since her return, less well known was the situation of the others involved, apart from Maria.

According to a recently released interview, the former Knockouts World Champion appears to still be in dialogue with both WWE, AEW and Womens of Wrestling (WOW).

Impact has some problems

We do not yet know what her future will be, it is certain that the same has reported that she is very well at Impact and in the stories in which she is involved (see Honor No More).

It remains to understand the actual status of the current couple champions, the OGK who will face the Motor City Machine Guns formed by Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley at BFG. Weeks ago, after the conclusion of their contracts, we saw the Good Brothers lose their couple titles in favor of Bennett & Taven, only to have a farewell match in the company.

Although its format from Anderson & Gallows reported that it was only and exclusively a "goodbye", their commitments have in any case moved elsewhere, mainly in Japan for New Japan Pro Wrestling and who knows if the advent of Triple H at the head of the WWE on-screen management, can in a certain way make many athletes think and therefore find them inside the Stanford ring.

Anecdotes to reveal and much more for which we will find answers exclusively thanks to Sunday 7 October in Albany, NY for the eighteenth edition of Bound For Glory. Do not miss any kind of news also on our World Wrestling site where we follow the world of professional Wrestling at 360º.

Former IMPACT and NWA World Champion Nick Aldis recently revealed that he wanted to see if he could make it to WWE five years ago. "It was time for me to move on. I wasn't released. My contract expired and I didn't sign another one.

I was sort of ready to try something else. Truth be told, I wanted to see if I could get to WWE and still do. In my mind, I was like, I've paid my dues, I've worked with a lot of guys, I've done about as much as I can do."