Report: IMPACT Wrestling Offer Maria Kanellis Short-Term Extension
Will Maria Kanellis stay with IMPACT?
Maria Kanellis' second run with IMPACT Wrestling may have come to an end.
Maria returned to IMPACT Wrestling as part of Honor No More at Hard To Kill in January, appearing on the pay-per-view with husband Mike Bennett, Matt Taven, PCO, and Vincent.
Eddie Edwards and Kenny King have since joined the group and Kanellis is often at ringside for the faction's matches on IMPACT TV.
Kanellis recently revealed that her IMPACT deal would expire following IMPACT's shows in Poughkeepsie, New York over the weekend. Fightful Select have reported that IMPACT offered Maria a short-term extension but there is no word on if she accepted that extension.
It is also unclear if Maria was at Sunday's post-Rebellion TV taping in Poughkeepsie, only that Honor No More's Eddie Edwards, Matt Taven, and Mike Bennett faced 'Speedball' Mike Bailey and The Motor City Machine Guns.
Kanellis has revealed in recent weeks that AEW President Tony Khan reached out to her about being a part of the new Ring Of Honor and they were just working on a date they could speak. Kanellis revealed she was open to several roles in ROH, including talent relations and producing.