ODB Confirms IMPACT Wrestling Return Is Not Full-Time

ODB Is Set For A Smaller Role Going Forward...

ODB has confirmed that her latest return to IMPACT Wrestling is not a full-time deal. 

The four-time TNA Women's Knockout champion made her comeback on the February 2, 2021 edition of IMPACT Wrestling, helping Jazz and Jordynne Grace as they were attacked by Kimber Lee, Susan and Deonna Purrazzo.

ODB was in action on this past week's episode in a losing effort to Kimber Lee, and will also take part in a six-woman tag team match at No Surrender on Saturday. 

However, the Superstar has confirmed her third stint with IMPACT Wrestling will not see her performing on a full-time basis, but was delighted when the company reached out about a return.

Speaking on the A Wrestling Gal podcast, ODB said: "I’m not back full-time. It felt good. I went back and did a few matches that will be airing soon. I felt great. 

"I spoke with Gail Kim, who is still there and agenting matches for the girls, and she was like, ‘Wow, you haven’t missed a step.’ That felt good because I hadn’t been in the ring for over a year and I wasn’t going to practice or anything. 

"I wasn’t looking to go back to wrestling. It was always, ‘I’m ready if anyone calls me,’ but I wasn’t knocking on doors, so it was cool for them [to call me]. IMPACT has always been my home.”

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