ODB made her return to IMPACT Wrestling on February 12, coming out to save Jordynne Grace and Jazz from an attack by Kimber Lee, Deonna Purrazzo, and Susan.
ODB has previously said she would be returning to IMPACT.
Despite her return, she won't be sticking around on a full-time basis.
"I'm not back full-time," ODB told A Wrestling Gal. "It felt good. I went back and did a few matches that will be airing soon. I felt great. I spoke with Gail Kim, who is still there and agenting matches for the girls, and she was like, 'Wow, you haven't missed a step.' That felt good because I hadn't been in the ring for over a year and I wasn't going to practice or anything. The 75 Hard [workout] obviously got me ready, which is weird because you never know what will come at you. Obviously, I did 75 Hard for a reason, but I didn't know and it attracted other things in my life. I wasn't looking to go back to wrestling. It was always, 'I'm ready if anyone calls me,' but I wasn't knocking on doors, so it was cool for them [to call me]. IMPACT has always been my home."
ODB made her return to the ring on Tuesday's episode of IMPACT taking on Kimber Lee in singles action. Kimber Lee picked up the victory in the bout. It was her first match in IMPACT since Hard To Kill 2020.
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