Heath's IMPACT Wrestling Deal Set To Expire

Heath’s IMPACT Wrestling deal is nearing its end

IMPACT Wrestling could soon be without Heath, with the former IMPACT World Tag Team Champion’s contract believe to be nearing its expiration.

Per a report from Fightful Select, Heath’s deal is set to come up in October 2023, after originally signing with the company in late 2020. Heath’s run was interrupted by a major injury shortly after signing, with IMPACT adding time to his deal as a result.

As of writing, IMPACT and Heath are yet to agree on a new deal, and as it stands Heath will enter the free agent market in October.

Prior to joining IMPACT, Heath - fka Heath Slater - was offered a full-time contract by WWE after a one-off appearance in July 2020 which he rejected, with the deal believed to be less than half of his previous deal which WWE terminated in April 2020. 

In WWE, Heath was part of the original Nexus after the first season of NXT, and went on to hold the WWE Tag Team Championships on three occasions, the SmackDown Tag Team Championships on one occasion, as well as one run with the 24/7 Title.

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