IMPACT Wrestling Stands Against Racism, Dedicates Episode To George Floyd

IMPACT Wrestling went social media silent on Tuesday's episode to honor the memory of George Floyd and Blackout Tuesday.

IMPACT posted the following statement on social media prior to Tuesday's show:

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Tonight's episode of IMPACT! Is dedicated to George Floyd and his family.

IMPACT Wrestling is proud to engage with our fans every Tuesday night during the show, but tonight we will be silent.

IMPACT Wrestling stands against racism and violence, in support of diversity and inclusion -- for everyone.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Floyd family and all who have endured social injustice.

IMPACT did not post any GIFs or videos during Tuesday's show. You can find results from the show by clicking here.

Earlier on Tuesday, WWE issued a statement condemning racial injustice in the United States. You can view their statement by clicking here. Tony Khan banned Linda Hogan and revealed Hulk Hogan has been banned from AEW shows, but AEW did not post any statement on the matter.

Elsewhere, RISE is selling shirts to support Black Lives Matter and PROGRESS used social media to inform fans on how they can support the fight against racial injustice.

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