Jack Swagger has been out of the public eye since gaining his WWE release, but is very transparent in his upcoming plans.
During an interview with Nick Hausman, the former World Heavyweight Champion noted he's in the middle of his 90-day no compete clause, and is open to working with Impact Wrestling when it's done.
“It would be awesome to work with Dirty Dutch Mantel again, a good friend of mine. So we’ll just have to see. I’m in the process of lining up a calendar, and getting a lot of shows, I think I’m booked for the summer with shows. So I’m going be anywhere, you can see me in Australia, on Tommy Dreamer’s House of Hardcore tour,” said Swagger.
Impact has brought in several interesting names in 2017, including Alberto El Patron, Konnan and LAX, Scott Steiner, Christina Von Eerie, Chris Adonis, VOW, among others. Jack Swagger's no-compete deal ends at the beginning of June.