Eddie Edwards hopes to never leave IMPACT Wrestling.
Edwards has become one of the faces of the company since signing in 2014, winning multiple World Championships. Always featured in a prominent position and given the opportunity to be himself, Edwards has no intentions of ever leaving IMPACT.
"That's exactly what I want," Edwards told Lucha Libre Online when asked if he wants to remain in IMPACT Wrestling for life. "There is no other option. This is what I want to do. It's something that I really believe in and it's something in my heart and I take a lot of pride, not only in what I do but in what IMPACT does. I feel we can do so much more and continue to ride this momentum and continue to get better. I want to be the guy at the forefront of it and help be one of the faces of IMPACT. I know how good it is and how good it can be. I want to be the one wearing the IMPACT shirt and waving the IMPACT flag. I want to retire an IMPACT player."
Edwards underwent appendicitis on May 17. He teamed with FinJuice (David Finlay & Juice Robinson) at IMPACT Under Siege against IMPACT World Champion Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers (Karl Anderson & Doc Gallows), scoring the victory for his team by pinning Anderson. The bout was taped in April.
It is unknown when Edwards will return to television.
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