JONAH states that his time with IMPACT Wrestling is not over, dates began to clash with NJPW schedule

JONAH comments on his time with IMPACT Wrestling. He says it is not done, but the dates just began to clash with his New Japan schedule

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JONAH says his time with IMPACT Wrestling is ‘on a freeze’.

After his run with WWE came to an end, JONAH appeared for both New Japan Pro-Wrestling and IMPACT Wrestling in November 2021. He had been working with both companies since becoming a free agent but for the time being, his last match in IMPACT aired on the 5/5 episode of their weekly TV show.

JONAH was the focus of an Asylum Wrestling Store virtual signing and said he enjoyed his time with IMPACT but it is not over. He added that he’s focusing on his dates with New Japan and those two responsibilities started to clash with one another.

I liked working with IMPACT Wrestling a lot actually so, my time there at the moment is done but it’s sort of on a freeze. It’s not over. It’s just that I’m focusing more on New Japan Pro-Wrestling so I’ll be doing a lot more with them and their dates started clashing a little bit. But I really enjoyed my time in IMPACT Wrestling, particularly wrestling Josh Alexander. He was someone that I always wanted to wrestle and I was very happy I got to do it.

In mid-May, JONAH was in action at NJPW Capital Collision in Washington D.C. and wrestled at the following night’s STRONG taping in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

If the quote in this article is used, please credit The Asylum Wrestling Store with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription. 

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