Don Callis 'Fired' From Executive Vice-President Position On IMPACT Wrestling

The Invisible Hand was given his marching orders

Don Callis has officially been given his marching orders as IMPACT Wrestling Executive Vice-President.

Callis was fired by Tommy Dreamer, acting as a representative for Anthem on last night's IMPACT Wrestling, as a result of his actions at IMPACT Against All Odds over the weekend.

'The Invisible Hand' came out at the close of the show to assist IMPACT World Champion Kenny Omega, who was being attacked by Sami Callihan, before firing The Draw for his assault on Omega following his title defence against Moose.

However, Anthem reinstated Callihan before dismissing Callis, meaning his on-screen authority in IMPACT Wrestling has come to an end.

It was reported last month that Callis' role as a VP with IMPACT Wrestling had come to a legitimate end, in what Fightful Select described as an 'amicable' separation between the two side.

Callis has worked closely with Omega since December when he shockingly showed up in All Elite Wrestling the night he won the AEW World Championship from Jon Moxley.

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