IMPACT Wrestling has officially announced that former WWE star, John Morrison will be making his return to the company at this year’s Slammiversary event.
As was first reported by TMZ, John Morrison, who works under the name of Johnny IMPACT for IMPACT Wrestling will be making an appearance at Slammiversary, though it is unknown at this point in time what his official role is.
Morrison has just undergone a huge weekend in his life, getting married to Taya Valkyrie which has seen many WWE stars appear to spend the moment with him.
BIG NEWS: As revealed by @TMZ and @TMZ_Sports, @TheRealMorrison will make his return to IMPACT at Slammiversary! Tickets go on sale TOMORROW!
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Mae Young Classic Competitor Documentary
WWE Mae Young Classic competitor, Piper Niven a.k.a Viper will be the star of a UK documentary in the near future, named ‘Fight Like A Girl.’ The documentary which will air on BBC will be shown on Monday 11 June, and the synopsis for the show is below:
“By day, 26 year-old Kimberly Benson dons her smart workwear and goes off to her job in the family coach hire business. By night, with big blow-dried hair and head-to-toe in shimmering Lycra, she steps into the ring as Viper, one of the UK’s top female wresters. The contrast is not lost on her and in Fight Like A Girl, the first in a new run of BBC One’s Our Lives strand, Kimberly explains what it’s like to lead her double life. She reveals everything from how she copes with her rigorous training regime, to how she deals with homesickness, as the sport she loves takes her all over the world.”