Impact Wrestling News: Impact Wrestling releases three more superstars
Another set of superstars have left the Impact Zone.
What’s the story?
Earlier this week, Impact Wrestling confirmed the departure of three of their top prospects as Ava Storie, Idris Abraham, and Mario Bokara were the latest superstars to quit Impact Wrestling.
In case you didn’t know…
Ava Storie made her Impact Wrestling debut last year during a set of TV tapings in March, 2017, competing in her debut match against Brandi Rhodes. During her Impact Wrestling stint, Ava also challenged for the GFW Women’s Championship but was defeated by Christina Von Eerie.
Idris Abraham, who hails from Ontario, Canada, joined Impact Wrestling last March after wrestling for various Independent promotions in both Canada and the US. Abraham also competed in the Super X-Cup but was mostly used as an enhancement talent in the Impact X-Division.
37-year-old Mario Bokara is also a superstar who joined Impact Wrestling last March and for his debut match he teamed up with Fallah Bahh and Abraham in a losing effort to Mahabali Shera, Garza Jr., and Laredo Kid. During his Impact Wrestling tenure, Bokara mostly teamed up with Bahh but the duo never managed to pick up a win together. Bokara also competed in some singles action before eventually departing from the Impact Zone.
The heart of the matter
As noted earlier, this past Wednesday, Impact Wrestling updated their active roster page on their official website, ImpactWrestling.com with new promotional graphics and an updated list of the current roster of the promotion.
In the updated roster list it was noted that Storie, Abraham, and Bokara were moved to the Impact Wrestling Alumni section, meaning that their tenure with the company has indefinitely come to an end. All three superstars haven’t wrestled in the Impact Zone since last summer.
It is likely that Storie, Abraham, and Bokara will now return to the independent scene and keep performing for some of the top Indy promotions around the globe.
I believe that these three superstars weren’t benefiting much from their time at Impact Wrestling, so I think it was the best decision for Impact management to let these stars leave.