Killer Kross Calls Current Situation With IMPACT 'Bulls--t', Says He'll Talk About It Until It's Resolved

Killer Kross continues to make an impact in the world of professional wrestling. Most Recently, he kept fans talking when he called out Dave Bautista at last weekend's BloodSport event. 

During the very same weekend, Kross spoke with Frank Sarne of The Lariat Pro Wrestling. When asked about his future, Kross would say that he would love to be able to give a more clear vision of his future, but would then allude to the current issues he's having with IMPACT Wrestling as the reason he can't give more elaborate future projections, "You know, I would love to forecast my future. And believe me, I'm not getting tired of talking about it because I'm living this every single day," he started. "Wherever, I land, I land. But I know that it will be a place that people want to see me."

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Kross and IMPACT have been at odds in recent months as Killer Kross requested his release from the promotion four months ago. Kross was looking for a raise from the promotion and IMPACT Wrestling reportedly offered him a six-figure deal over the course of three years. Fightful reported that Kross' contract is up in December but IMPACT Wrestling does have the option to roll it over should they want to do so. 

"We'll never stop talking about it until it fucking goes away because the situation is ridiculous. And I'm being as civil and as cool about it as totally possible. And you know, there's a line that I have to walk, disparagement and so forth," Kross told Frank Sarne. "The situation is fucking bullshit and everyone who is in on it knows this, too. And this whole entire thing is going to eventually come to light." 

There was also the issue of Killer Kross not wanting to blade during his First Blood Match at IMPACT Wrestling's Slammiversary pay-per-view earlier this year.

Recently, Killer Kross told Kevin Gill that the issues with the IMPACT cost him a spot on the AAA show in New York City, "In regards to the [AAA] Madison Square Garden show, I was on that show. I don't care who gets mad at that, that's the truth. We had plans to do things. Maybe there is a way to revisit those plans, I'm gonna have to see how I feel about it. I was taken off of the show, and I know I was taken off of it because I have a lot of people who have a lot of love for me."

Moving forward, Killer Kross spoke very positively about the future of his career when speaking to The Lariat Pro Wrestling, "So in the meantime, I'm staying hungry. I'm staying motivated and I'm going to go after the match that people want to see me because that's why I got into this business," said the Canadian star. "I just want people to know that this is barely a bump in the road for me and I'm gonna run this fucking over like no one has any idea."

Ultimately, Kross ended that portion of the discussion with a request to his followers, "Move forward to getting the short end of the stick. Stick around with me. I'll stick around you and we'll get through it together because this is life and it's not going to fucking slow me down."

If you've any portion of the transcription please credit The Lariat Pro Wrestling with a h/t to Fightful for the transcription.

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