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Josh Alexander ‘More Than Happy’ To Re-sign With IMPACT

The former IMPACT Tag Champion is happy where he is

IMPACT’s Josh Alexander recently spoke to the Alliance Pro Wrestling Network, covering many topics including his goals for 2021. 

“Right now, I want to establish myself as an invaluable member of the wrestling community. So, by the end of the 2021, if every company doesn’t look at me and be like, ‘We want to have him on our roster,’ I will have failed at my goal because I have an opportunity on television every Tuesday night, working for a company that is well-regarded to do that and if I don’t do that then I’ve let myself down, and it’s not saying I wanna leave at all. I would be more than happy to negotiate an extension with IMPACT right now if they started calling me up and doing so. But also, I know what I’m worth, I know that I’m talented at this, I know where I belong in a locker room, in a roster and I’m not saying I have to be World Heavyweight Champion everywhere or that’s my place.

“I know that I’m very good at this so, my goals going into the future is to support my family with this and be happy doing it so there’s like a convergence of how much money I need to make but also the fit of where I go or where I am or where the opportunities are so, IMPACT’s been great.

“Like I said, I’ve had a crazy two-year run and this next last year of my contract that I’ve just begun, this singles run started out great so far and I don’t see it going poorly whatsoever. So because they know that I’m dependable and all this other stuff, we have a great relationship.

“But yeah, I just want to cement my legacy as one of the best wrestlers in the entire wrestling community, not just IMPACT Wrestling and I have to do it in IMPACT right now.”

Alexander has been making noise on IMPACT TV about wanting the X-Division Title, putting himself at the the front of the line alongside Chris Bey, and TJP, in a bid to dethrone Ace Austin.

H/T: POST Wrestling for the transcription

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