Joe Hendry is doing his part to ensure the Sega Dreamcast is never forgotten.
During his Dot Combat Match with Moose at IMPACT No Surrender 2023, Joe Hendry used a Sega Dreamcast as a weapon, first launching it like a Cannon (Spike) at Moose's face and then throwing the console at Moose's (Power) Stones. Ultimately, Hendry would retain his IMPACT Digital Media Championship on that night and continue his reign.
A clip of Hendry using the Dreamcast mid-match has now amassed over a million views on Twitter.
.@joehendry just flipped @TheMooseNation THE SEGA DREAMCAST LID?!#NoSurrender pic.twitter.com/4Sme6Cscv5— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) February 25, 2023
Released in 1999 in the United States, the Sega Dreamcast was the last console that Sega would ever put out. Since 2001, Sega has focused solely on being a software manufacturer. They have, however, released many versions of their classic consoles over the years, but despite requests from some gamers, there has been no news of a mini Dreamcast potentially being released.
However, Joe Hendry is taking the lead and trying to set Dreamcast free by keeping the console's legacy alive. Live and learn, Moose.
Fans can get caught up with No Surrender results here.