Taylor Wilde is excited about working with a new generation of women's talent.
Speaking with Women's Wrestling Talk, the former Knockouts Champion revealed that she had intended to already be working by now, but due to circumstances beyond her control she was unable to start. According to her, a February return is the new goal. She said the following:
“I can say I am signed. It is to a bigger promotion, and I will be back on TV. I was supposed to start this month, but due to the political climate as it is, and a bunch of administrative boring stuff, I'm not able to start this month, but hopefully next month. I'm still going to leave the promotion as a surprise as [It'll] just be better for everybody. It's a little bit of a surprise.”
When pressed about the promotion she'll be joining, Wilde played it coy, attempting to sidestep the suggestion of it being IMPACT.
“I'm not gonna say that it's not. It's not not starting with the letter I. Okay... But it's also not not starting with the letter A or W. I'm just going to leave it in the wind. I don't know. I will say though, that this promotion has a strong ass women's division. And so excited to be a part of it. Like these are all women. I haven't had the chance to work with since I've retired. These are all the new generation. And it's a really exciting place to be right now.”
Wilde worked in IMPACT from 2008 to 2010. She retired from wrestling in 2011 to pursue a degree in psychology and work full-time as a firefighter. She also started a podcast entitled Wilde On.
Fightful spoke with Wilde earlier this year and she revealed that she was set for an IMPACT Wrestling appearance in March before things shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.