Kenny King is staying put with IMPACT Wrestling and has signed a new deal with the company.
While speaking with 1140 The Bet Las Vegas, the 41-year-old said he has signed a new deal with IMPACT for one year and cited all the opponents he is looking forward to working with.
.@KennyKingPb2 has agreed to terms and is re-signing on a one year deal, resign with @IMPACTWRESTLING ahead of #NoSurrender. Sources: Himself.
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— Adrian Hernandez (@AdrianRadio93) February 1, 2023
King’s history with TNA/IMPACT dates back to 2012 when he had his first run with the promotion that lasted for over three years. After returning to Ring of Honor, King stayed with the company until the end of 2021 after Sinclair was preparing to divest itself of the company.
King joined several ex-ROH performers as part of the Honor No More group in IMPACT. Of late, King has been feuding with Speedball Mike Bailey that culminated with a well-received “Fight Pit” match on the 1/12 edition of IMPACT.
King is a former two-time X Division champion with IMPACT Wrestling.