5 Wrestlers Impact Wrestling Regret Letting Go
TNA, now called Impact Wrestling, has faced its share of ups-and-downs due to internal politicking and poor decision-making. However, the company has always remained lucky in terms of their talent. Some of the best wrestlers within the independent circuit have been a part of the Impact roster.
But, unfortunately, the company has never been smart enough to utilise their talent properly and capitalise on it. So, here are top five wrestlers that Impact Wrestling regret letting go.
#5 TJ Perkins
Before winning the WWE's inaugural Cruiserweight Classic Tournament and the reinstated Cruiserweight Championship, TJ Perkins aka TJP was once a part of the Impact Wrestling roster and wrestled in the independent circuit. The high-flyer stayed with Impact Wrestling from 2004 to 2016, wrestling under the guise of Manik, which was based on his Suicide gimmick.
Perkins was looked upon by die-hard Impact Wrestling fans as a saviour of the dying X-Division but remained misused by Impact management until his release. Perkins did win the coveted X-Division Championship but lost it to Chris Sabin after holding it for just two months.
Had they invested in Perkins as a top babyface X-Division Superstar, they would've been able to bring in more fans.