The latest on Killer Kross and IMPACT Wrestling.
Mike Johnson at PWInsider reports that IMPACT Wrestling did offer Killer Kross a six-figure deal when the two sides met to discuss a new contract. The report states Kross was offered a three-year deal worth $40,000 the first year, $60,000 in the second, and $80,000 in the final year. In total, $180,000 over the course of the three years. Another source told Johnson that those numbers are "outdated" and the final offer was much higher. Kross declined the deal and is being held to his original deal, which still has 18-months remaining, per the report. However, contrary to the report that Killer Kross' deal is up in 18 months, Fightful has learned that the deal is actually up this December, but IMPACT has the option to roll it over for another year.
Johnson goes on to report that Kross will not be used at the Sept. 5 and 6 IMPACT tapings in Las Vegas. Kross is a Vegas resident. He has not been used by the company since Slammiversary, where he reportedly refused to do a blade job. The two sides agreed to use fake blood for his match with Eddie Edwards.
As previously reported by Fightful, Kross has hired an attorney and is under the belief that IMPACT is in breach of his contract.