Four More Recently Released WWE Talents Appear At Slammiversary

Heath Slater wasn't the only one...

Heath Slater made his Impact Wrestling debut in the middle of Saturday night's Slammiversary card. However, four more recently-released WWE talents made debuts/returns in the evening's final stage.

Former Impact Wrestling World champion Eric Young returned to the promotion as one of two mystery entrants in the World title match (Rich Swann also entered the bout to make it a five way). Young eliminated Trey Miguel for the first elimination before succumbing to Swann. He then attacked Swann's injured knee with a chair following his elimination.

Eddie Edwards ultimately won his second Impact World title by last eliminating Ace Austin. After the match, when Austin and Madman Fulton attacked Edwards, The Good Brothers of Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson made the save. 

After feigning allegiance with Austin, Anderson hit Austin with the Gun-Stun. They helped Edwards run the two off, and then celebrated with beers.

Lastly, as the scene was fading to black, Ethan Carter III appeared in an ominous vignette. In the brief scene, Edwards appears before a scrawled out "III" on the wall behind him, holding a drink. He then quickly turns and shatters the glass against the wall, before the pay-per-view officially signed off.

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In addition to writing lists and commentaries for Cultaholic, Justin is also a features writer and interviewer for Fighting Spirit Magazine, and is co-author of the WWE-related book Titan Screwed: Lost Smiles, Stunners, and Screwjobs.