Moose Suggests He's Taking Time Off From IMPACT Wrestling

He made the claim on social media

Moose has taken to social media to suggest he will be taking a break from IMPACT Wrestling in the wake of his loss to Rich Swann at IMPACT Sacrifice. 

Moose was defeated by Swann in a Championship Unification Match on Saturday, which saw the 36-year-old drop the recently reinstated TNA World Heavyweight Championship he had been carrying around for around a year. 

The two put on an excellent match and the former NFL player believes his performance has established him as the best big man in the business. 

Moose says he will now take time consider his future. 

Writing on Twitter, he said: "Tonight I proved that I'm undoubtedly the Best Big Man in professional wrestling and one of the best wrestlers In the world. I came short of becoming the undisputed champion. 

"Will take time off to re-evaluate the past Rebuild Refocus Rebrand and think about the Future."

Moose has been in IMPACT since 2016, after aligning himself with Mike Bennett and Maria, and is a two-time IMPACT Grand Champion. 

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