Impact Wrestling Star is Hanging Up the Boots!
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Rehwoldt stated that he just doesn’t feel like he belongs inside the ropes anymore, he also added that he is technically a free agent now as well, inviting other companies to get in touch with him if they need an entertaining and experienced, to get in touch with him.
Rehwoldt Tweeted the following;
So here you go:— Matthew Rehwoldt (@DramaKingMatt) August 5, 2022
I will no longer be taking bookings to wrestle going forward.
I've always been most at home with a mic in front of me and am in love with the broadcast side of the biz. I'm not sure I feel I belong in the ring anymore and this year has taught me that.
But I love what I'm doing now and am still technically a free agent so if you have a company/promotion that needs an entertaining and experienced voice on the mic hit me up!— Matthew Rehwoldt (@DramaKingMatt) August 5, 2022
All in addition to continuing to explore esports/gaming, VO, and content!
I DO ALL THE THINGS!????????????️????
Rehwoldt signed with Impact Wrestling in July 2021 with a vignette hyping his arrival, which was shown at last year’s Slammiversary Pay Per View. Rehwoldt aligned himself with now former Knockouts Champion Deonna Purazzo before the both of them went on to win the first ever Homecoming King and Queen Tournament. Rehwoldt later transitioned into the role of a part-time grappler and took on a role as a commentator. Rehwoldt’s last match in which he competed was on May 14th with Impact Wrestling, where he lost to then Digital Media Champion, Rich Swann.
Before his time on the Impact roster, Rehwoldt worked for WWE as Aiden English and found success as one half of the Vaudevillians, along with Simon Gotch. The two men found success as NXT Tag Team Champions before Rehwoldt transitioned to the main roster, where it took him quite some time to find traction alongside Ruzev! Rusev Day were hugely popular with the WWE Universe but both men were never pushed to their full potential. Following Rusev Day’s split Rehwoldt moved over to the now defunct 205 Live in a commentator role before he was released by WWE in their first batch of Budget Cuts during the early days of the Pandemic in April 2020.
We wish Rehwoldt all the success as he moves into the next stage of his career.
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