Heath will be with IMPACT for the next year.
At the 2020 Slammiversary event, Heath arrived to IMPACT Wrestling and present day, he is still with the company and most recently competed in the Call Your Shot Gauntlet at Bound For Glory.
Prior to Bound For Glory, Jim Varsallone of the Miami Herald spoke to Heath to promote the event and as they were conversing, Heath revealed that he has one year left on his contract with IMPACT.
Definitely reuniting with Rhino [in IMPACT Wrestling has been cool for me]. Getting an IMPACT Title shot with Moose. The whole atmosphere at IMPACT is fun and loose to where you don’t really have to walk around on glass and egg shells. You can literally breathe, relax, have a good time, crack up. But, I like the fact that at IMPACT, they listen to your ideas. You can be you, you can express yourself, you can have fun doing that, you know? That’s the main part that I love about IMPACT is like, they get behind you and your ideas and still, I feel like the best is still to come because I still got a year on my contract with IMPACT. So I just feel like I’ve just begun right now. There’s still a lot for me here and for me to do so I’m excited more about this coming up year than I have been this last year.
Heath had been involved in an on-screen program with Honor No More (Eddie Edwards, Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, Maria Kanellis-Bennett, PCO, Kenny King & Vincent) since the group was formed in the company.
On 10/8, IMPACT held television tapings in Albany, New York and matches from those tapings will begin rolling out this Thursday on AXS TV.
If the quote in this article is used, please credit Jim Varsallone with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription.