Moose has signed a new multi-year deal with Impact Wrestling. While the exact length of his new deal has not been disclosed, similar sounding deals in the past were reported to be for 2-years.
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Moose is just the latest in a series of signings by the company. Impact recently re-signed Sami Callihan, Fallah Bah, and Rosemary, while also bringing Madison Rayne back into the company as well. Additionally, Canadian independent talent, Josh Alexander, recently signed a multi-year deal with Impact.
Moose Re-Signs With Impact Wrestling
Moose spoke to the Sporting News shortly after making his re-signing official.
I felt like I re-signed with the company because I have some goals when I first signed with Impact that I haven’t reached yet,” Moose said to the Sporting News. “So, I didn’t want to leave without fulfilling those goals before I originally signed with the company.”
Over the last year, Moose has been a top contender for the Impact World Championship. He unsuccessfully challenged Austin Aries for the title at Slammiversary. Moose would then align with Aries and Killer Kross before Aries left the company. Since then, his allegiance with Killer Kross has been shaky at best.
I definitely want to be the world champion, first and foremost. I always said I wanted to help Impact get back to where it was years ago. Everyday we take a step closer to doing that. I don’t want to leave when I know we are so close to getting there. We have some great guys on the roster. We just made some new additions that will definitely help the company and I want to be apart of that.