Report: Four Talents Done With Impact Wrestling

Story contains spoilers from last night's tapings

Four Impact Wrestling talents have finished up with the organization after last night's TV tapings in Albany, according to a new report from PWInsider.

Per the report, Honor No More members Mike Bennett, Matt Taven, Maria Kanellis, and Vincent are all done with Impact following Saturday's taping.

Bennett and Taven were the Impact World Tag Team champions going into the tapings, but ended up losing the titles to Rhino and Heath. After the match, group leader Eddie Edwards came out and chastised the two for losing, only to be attacked by fellow Honor No More member PCO.

The spoilers at Fightful note that after PCO's attack on Edwards, that Taven, Bennett, Kanellis, and Vincent all embraced.

If the report holds true, Honor No More would certainly be finished in Impact, as Edwards, PCO, and Kenny King would be the only remaining members employed by the company.

Honor No More formed in Impact in January. The group consisted of former Ring of Honor talents, and formed shortly after ROH Final Battle 2021, which was the point when ROH went on a self-imposed hiatus. AEW President Tony Khan ended up buying the promotion around March 2022.

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