IMPACT Wrestling Set For “Massive Upgrades”

Impact Wrestling

IMPACT Wrestling is set for a significant overhaul in its production facilities.

As reported by PWInsider, a meeting was held on August 28th which was described as “all hands on deck.” A variety of topics were covered including the presentation of the product and the status of contracted talent.

The biggest talking point was the production facility, which is said to be receiving “massive upgrades.” These upgrades will make the weekly TV and pay-per-views look more “state of the art” but will take more than a month to be fully implemented.

The UK tour is also set to be featured on AXS, as events taking place in the United Kingdom will be taped. Future events also highlighted a crossover event with AAA Lucha Libre will take place in November and reportedly confirmed that Final Resolution and Hard To Kill will be taking place in December 2023 and January 2023 respectively.

In a time when there are financial uncertainties throughout the world, IMPACT also confirmed that there are no releases due to take place in the near future.

Multiple Returns Coming To IMPACT Wrestling

The third biggest promotion in the United States will see multiple talents making their return to the promotion. As announced at the Emergence pay-per-view, former Knockouts Champion Jordynne Grace will be making her return to the company at Victory Road and has reportedly signed a multi-year deal with the company.

Also making his return to the promotion is Will Ospreay, who continues his run of wrestling for every major promotion around the world in 2023 with the exception of WWE. Ospreay has been announced to appear at Bound For Glory.