Tag Team Parts Ways With Impact Wrestling

Reno Scum is no longer a part of Impact Wrestling.

Adam Thornstowe posted on Twitter today that he would be departing the promotion, along with his tag team partner, David Luster. 

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Reno Scum started off hot in Impact Wrestling, where they defeated the DCC (Kingston and Bram) in their debut, seemingly establishing them as a big part of the tag team roster. But after only one month of competition, Thornstowe suffered a torn bicep that kept him out of action for a part of the year. He returned to wrestling action back in September, but hasn't been booked by Impact since. It currently isn't known what the status of his tag team partner Luster the Legend is, but he hasn't been booked on any Impact shows since the injury.

Reno Scum were part of Jeff Jarrett's return to Impact as they were a part of the Global Force Wrestling tapings that Jeff Jarrett taped back in 2015. However, Jeff Jarrett has since departed Impact due to a number of arguments and infighting backstage. He recently checked himself into rehab following his termination from the promotion this past Monday.

The two were last used in March during a big filming that saw them film seven matches over a few days. They were never used before, meaning their run actually only lasted under a week.

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