JONAH Reveals Length Of IMPACT Wrestling Deal

A few more months with IMPACT at least

While JONAH had previously revealed his contract with IMPACT Wrestling was only a short-term agreement, The Top Dog has confirmed to WrestleZone his deal with the promotion runs through the Rebellion pay-per-view in April.

"My agreement with IMPACT is through Rebellion, so I know that I'll be out there on this tour through Rebellion. I think it's exciting to be on the road and be in different cities where those people can see IMPACT Wrestling rather than being set in one place. I very much had that with what NXT became after the pandemic, it was set in one place in Florida, and not that that's not great [having a steady venue], wrestling there is good but it's always good when you can go to different towns and get a feel from different crowds," JONAH said. 

The former NXT North American Champion has been a member of IMPACT Wrestling since his debut in November. He quickly kicked off a feud with Josh Alexander and they will go one-on-one at the Hard To Kill pay-per-view on January 8. 

Following the pay-per-view, IMPACT will go back on the road from late January with tapings in Fort Lauderdale, New Orleans, Louisville, Philadelphia and Poughkeepsie until April. 

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