Heath Says His IMPACT Contract Was Extended A Year Due To Injury Time Missed

Heath will be sticking with IMPACT for another year.

Heath originally joined IMPACT in 2020 following his release from WWE, showing up at Slammiversary as a free agent. Heath battled for a contract on television and eventually won the contract, thanks to Rhino, at Bound For Glory 2020. He later stated that his deal was for two years.

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Unfortunately, Heath suffered an injury in the match and was out of action until September 2021.

Due to injury time missed, Heath told JBL and Gerald Brisco on Stories with Brisco and Bradshaw that his contract has been extended by a year.

"At this moment, I'm working for IMPACT Wrestling, I had two years with them, but my contract extended a year because I got hurt, had surgery, I was out for a year, rehab, therapy, all that good stuff. Now, they put humpty dumpty back together and I'm ready to go out there and have some fun. Working for IMPACT, I'm doing as many Indies and signings that I can because I never had the chance to do this type of things and I'm excited to do them because it's new for me. Anything with wrestling that I haven't done. I want to do it, I want to get used to it, I want to sit at the table and sell gimmicks," he said.

Heath challenged Moose for the IMPACT World Title at Sacrifice, but came up short in his efforts to win the belt.

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