IMPACT Wrestling’s Eddie Edwards has done it all in the company; former two-time IMPACT World Champion, two-time X Division Champion, and five-time Tag Champion with Davey Richards.
Having been an important piece of the IMPACT system since 2014, Edwards has been there for the highs and lows, and has stated his desire to one day retire as part of the promotion.
Speaking with Lucha Libre Online, Edwards said the following:
“That’s exactly what I want. There is no other option. This is what I want to do. It’s something that I really believe in and it’s something in my heart and I take a lot of pride, not only in what I do but in what IMPACT does. I feel we can do so much more and continue to ride this momentum and continue to get better. I want to be the guy at the forefront of it and help be one of the faces of IMPACT. I know how good it is and how good it can be. I want to be the one wearing the IMPACT shirt and waving the IMPACT flag. I want to retire an IMPACT player.”
You can’t blame Edwards for feeling this way, as on the whole he has been treated well and positioned as one of IMPACT’s most valuable assets for the best part of a decade.