Pro Wrestling Beat: Drew Galloway Leaves TNA After Only 2 Years Hardy’s To WWE ? WWE Hall Of Fame Just Got Glamorous
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There has been a lot of new going around with future of Impact Wrestling. Jeff Jarrett as the new Executive President Of Talent Relations, Mike Bennett resigning to the company, (Oohh, if y’all didn’t know…surprise.) But all news can’t be good right.
According to PWInsider the Broken One’s whose contracts ended this week negotiations has been going south with Impact. To the point now WWE has put themselves into the picture to bring the brothers home after many years in time for Wrestlemania. As well know Matt Hardy has brought Kayfabe back to pro wrestling with his “Broken Matt” angle. Matt has even brought his infamous brother Jeff back to prominence.
Speaking of back to prominence, after two years of making himself not only relevant but a success Drew Galloway is also not resigning to Impact Wresting. Now the Hardy’s future is up in the air, it’s certainly not the case for Galloway. The former TNA Heavyweight Champion has made it very clear on his Twitter account that has not coming back. Drew simply thanked Impact for the two years and all they achieved in that time.
Galloway signed with TNA in January of 2015 in the span of two years, Galloway became the face of the company winning the Heavyweight Title from Lashley and the Grand Slam Title defeating Moose. In the rematch Drew looses the title Moose and is expected to be his last match. Drew has been tearing it up in the independent circuit in the U.S and U.K. Drew at only 31 still has a bright future.
To look to the future we must honor the past. WWE looks to exactly that with the introduction of another member of the Diva’s Revolution in Beth Phoenix. The Glamazon will be joining a good 2017 Hall Of Fame class with thus far Kurt Angle, DDP, Rock ‘N‘ Roll Express and Teddy Long. Beth, who would of been a perfect fit in the Women’s Revolution being a former 3x Women’s Champion and 1x Diva’s Champion in only a six-year span. Could you imagine her feuding with Charlotte Flair.
Beth humbled by her induction stated “To hear they find my career was worthy enough and that I did well enough in the ring to be honored among the greatest of all time was incredible and the biggest complement I could ever ask for.” How true indeed with all the Divas that was around the time Beth was one of the few showing she could hang with the best male or female being in the select few of women to participate in the Royal Rumble. An introduction well deserved, I’m sure her husband and fellow HOF inductee Edge (Yeah I don’t break Kayfabe neither.) is very proud to see his wife among pro wresting immortals.