The landscape of IMPACT Wrestling is shaken up once again.
After Cousin Jake failed to defeat Rohit Raju and capture the X-Division Championship at IMPACT Turning Point, Eric Young arrived on the scene and brought with him a hard-hitting veteran pro wrestler in Joe Doering. Doering came in and laid out both Cousin Jake and Cody Deaner.
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Joe Doering had made brief sporadic appearances in IMPACT Wrestling and was also briefly contracted to WWE a decade ago, but most of his time inside of the squared circle has taken place in All Japan Pro-Wrestling. In AJPW, Doering has captured the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship twice and is a four-time Tag Team Champion including one reign with Keiji Mutoh, also known as The Great Muta.
The last time Eric Young was seen in IMPACT Wrestling, he was standing side-by-side with Ken Shamrock and Sami Callihan. This week, Shamrock and Callihan formed a bond with Chris Bey.
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