While battling injuries, Eddie Edwards and his wife Alisha emerged victorious at last weekend's GFW Slammiversary show.
Edwards entered then-TNA Wrestling at a tumultuous time, and has stuck it out through name and boss changes. With Jeff Jarrett at the helm, Edwards told Main Event Radio that he's excited for the future of the company.
“It’s an exciting time with a rebranding of this company. Global Force Wrestling presents Impact Wrestling. Our goal is to bring it to countries all over the world. We want to be globally recognized and are trying to get everywhere right now. For a long time, people would have negative connotation with TNA. It feels that everybody involved from the big bosses at Anthem to management at Impact to the boys, we all have that same goal to bring Impact Wrestling to the masses and show that we are something special and something different. Jeff is born and raised in this business. He’s unbelievably smart. To be able to have him back is a huge help," said Edwards.
Despite hype to the contrary, no induction into the company's Hall of Fame was announced. Edwards seemed lost on why that is, but had suggestions.
"I’m not sure why or what happened with that; possibly time constraints. I have two guys who I think would be suitable to go in and that would be the Monster Abyss and James Storm. Those two definitely deserve it," Edwards said.
You can hear Edwards' full interview at this link.