Moose is the latest talent to re-sign with IMPACT.
Sporting News reports that Moose has signed a multi-year deal with the company. IMPACT officials confirmed the deal on social media.
"I felt like I re-signed with the company because I have some goals when I first signed with Impact that I haven’t reached yet," said Moose. "So, I didn’t want to leave without fulfilling those goals before I originally signed with the company."
Mr. IMPACT Wrestling is here to stay! pic.twitter.com/xxGjLW1HmV
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) March 4, 2019
Moose made his debut in IMPACT on July 12, 2016, interfering in the Destination X main event between Bobby Lashley and Eddie Edwards. Since then, he's been one of the focal points of IMPACT Wrestling, naming himself Mr. IMPACT. He is a former two-time IMPACT Grand Championship and main evented Slammiversary XVI against Austin Aries, challenging for the IMPACT World Title.
"I definitely want to be the world champion, first and foremost. I always said I wanted to help Impact get back to where it was years ago," commented Moose. "Everyday we take a step closer to doing that. I don’t want to leave when I know we are so close to getting there. We have some great guys on the roster. We just made some new additions that will definitely help the company and I want to be apart of that."
IMPACT Wrestling has signed multiple talents over the past few weeks including Madison Rayne, Sami Callihan and Eddie Edwards.