Rhino returned to IMPACT Wrestling in July 2019, kicking off a feud with Michael Elgin. He previously worked for TNA/IMPACT from 2005 to 2010 and then again in 2014. Following his second stint with IMPACT, he returned to WWE until his contract expired in July 2019.
It was reported at the time that Rhino had signed a multi-year deal with IMPACT, but terms weren't disclosed. Speaking to Chris Jericho on Talk Is Jericho, Rhino confirmed he's under contract for two years with IMPACT.
"I'm really excited about IMPACT. I've signed for two-years there," he said. "They allow me to do Indies too because it's important to find new talent. The cool thing about it is, you can find talent and there's places for them to go. The worst thing is to find talent and have them go someplace and they're not able to use that talent to better wrestling. IMPACT is a good area to hone their skills. That's what's exciting about wrestling. We have a lot of great things happening with wrestling right now."
Rhino has feuded with Elgin and Rob Van Dam during his recent stint with IMPACT. He's also worked various Independent dates including IWC, OVW, and Pro Wrestling NOAH.
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