Jordynne Grace will be a part of IMPACT Wrestling for at least 2 more years.
As first announced by IMPACT at the Emergence event, Grace will make her return to the company on September 8th at the Victory Road pay-per-view. Following the news of the return, more details have come to light regarding the contract of the former Knockouts Champion.
As reported by Fightful Select, Grace will return to the company after her contract expired earlier in the year and chose to go on hiatus. The Juggernaut has also received a substantial increase in pay and will be allowed to take time off to take part in bodybuilding competitions.
Jordynne Grace To Make Return To Wrestling
The two-time Knockouts Champion has predominantly wrestled for IMPACT in her in-ring career, first signing with the promotion in 2020. During her time with the promotion, Grace has also held the Knockouts Tag Team Championships with Rachel Ellering and was the first-ever Digital Media Champion.
Grace would main event the Hard To Kill pay-per-view in January as champion in a match against a legend of the division Mickie James. The stipulation of the match was that if James could not win the match, she would have to retire. James would win the match to begin her 5th reign as champion.
Grace would also be recognised for her accomplishments by ESPN which included her in a list ranking the 30 best active wrestlers under 30 years of age. To the surprise of very few, MJF took the top spot on the list.
Known for its unique stipulations, IMPACT has announced that one of its old stipulations is returning.