Trey Miguel would love to bring Zachary Wentz back to IMPACT Wrestling.
Throughout 2019 and 2020, The Rascalz were arguably one of the most popular groups in not only IMPACT Wrestling, but in the entire landscape of professional wrestling. The trio, which consisted of Trey Miguel, Zachary Wentz, and Desmond Xavier, stood out to many fans for being different from many other groups in pro wrestling.
In December 2020, Wentz and Xavier departed IMPACT Wrestling and signed with WWE. Under their new ring names Nash Carter and Wes Lee, the duo went on to become two time NXT Tag Team Champions. While this was happening, Trey Miguel decided to stick around in IMPACT, which led to Miguel notching a 200+ day reign with the X-Division Championship.
In March 2022, Nash Carter was released from WWE after allegations of domestic abuse were brought to surface by his then wife Kimber Lee. Lee also released a photo of Carter allegedly imitating Hitler, to which he responded to in a statement weeks later.
Since leaving the company, Wentz has stayed active on the independent scene, but he has yet to return to his old home of IMPACT Wrestling. In a new interview with WrestleZone, Trey Miguel commented on the idea of getting to work with Wentz in IMPACT once again.
“In any facet that I can share a ring with Zach again, I’d love to. Whether it be tag teaming or smacking him in the back of the head and spray painting his hair green. I’d love to do either. Zach’s my favorite person in the world to share a wrestling ring with aside from [Wes Lee] and Myron [Reed] and I wouldn’t think twice about that opportunity if it presented itself.”
Wentz and Miguel have teamed together multiple times in 2022 in promotions like Pro Wrestling REVOLVER and Circle 6. Recently, the two faced each other in a singles bout at a Circle 6 show.
At IMPACT Over Drive, Miguel captured the X-Division Championship for a second time. To see how Miguel won the belt, click here.
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