Kenny King Joins Honor No More On IMPACT Wrestling

The latest ROH rebel has invaded IMPACT

After terrorising IMPACT Wrestling since making their debut at Hard to Kill, the ROH renegade group Honor No More have a new member, when former ROH star Kenny King joined the faction.

King debuted on the February 3 edition of IMPACT Wrestling, assisting Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, PCO, and Vincent in a beatdown of Josh Alexander after Alexander defeated Vincent in singles action.

Last week it was announced that Honor No More would take on Team IMPACT (Chris Sabin, Eddie Edwards, Josh Alexander, Rhino, and Rich Swann) in a five-on-five tag match at No Surrender on February 19, and it seems like King will be the fifth man. If Honor No More win they can stay in IMPACT, but if they lose they have to leave. 

This marked King’s first return to IMPACT/TNA since leaving in 2015. A former two-time TNA X Division Champion, King also won the 2013 TNA World Cup of Wrestling with Christopher Daniels, James Storm, Kazarian, and Mickie James, and was a member of the Beat Down Clan with MVP, Bobby Lashley, Samoa Joe, Low Ki, and Eric Young.

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