Report: IMPACT Wrestling Signs D'Lo Brown To A Full-Time Deal; Will Work As A Producer

D'Lo Brown is now a part of IMPACT Wrestling on a full-time basis.

Over the past several months, D'Lo Brown had been receiving positive reviews from talents within IMPACT Wrestling which has played a role in the news that IMPACT has signed him to a full-time, multi-year deal to work as a producer, per PWInsider. The report notes that Brown was receiving "excellent" reviews for his work and was described as someone who liked to mesh ideas with talents opposed to pushing his ideas onto talents. IMPACT Wrestling talents did call for D'Lo to be brought onto the team.

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D'Lo Brown had two runs in IMPACT Wrestling with the first occurring in the early 2000s and the second run beginning in 2009 and lasting through 2013. The former NWA World Tag Team Champion was a member of the 'Aces & Eights' faction in IMPACT and was let go from the company in July of 2013.

IMPACT Wrestling will be presenting their Slammiversary XVII pay-per-view this coming Sunday from Dallas, Texas and with one more episode of IMPACT TV left to go until the event, here's the match card for the show:

IMPACT World Championship
Brian Cage (c) vs. Michael Elgin

IMPACT X Division Championship
Rich Swann (c) vs. Johnny Impact

IMPACT World Tag Team Championships
L.A.X. (Santana & Ortiz) (c) vs. The Rascalz (Dezmond Xavier vs. Zachary Wentz vs. Trey Miguel Taking Place On 7/5 IMPACT. Whoever gets pinned, does not go to Slammiversary XVII)

IMPACT Knockouts Championship - Monster's Ball Fatal Four-Way
Taya Valkyrie (c) vs. Su Yung vs. Rosemary vs. Havok

Moose vs. Rob Van Dam

Sami Callihan vs. Tessa Blanchard

First Blood Match
Killer Kross vs. Eddie Edwards

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