Report: Rhino Signs New Deal With IMPACT Wrestling

The Man Beast is staying with IMPACT

Rhino will be sticking around in IMPACT Wrestling

According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, The Man Beast and IMPACT recently came to terms on a new deal. There is no word on the length of Rhino's new contract. 

After wrestling for the promotion from 2005 until 2010 and then briefly in 2014, Rhino returned to IMPACT for a third stint in July 2019 following the expiry of his WWE contract. After feuds with Rob Van Dam, Moose and OVE, Rhino would align with former tag team partner Heath at Slammiversary 2020. 

The former SmackDown Tag Team Champions would work together to earn Heath a contract in the Bound For Glory Call Your Shot Gauntlet but The One Man Band suffered an injury during the match, meaning Rhino became the unplanned winner. 

With Heath on the shelf, Rhino would join Violent By Design in March 2021 and he used his Call Your Shot Gauntlet Championship Privilege to win the IMPACT World Tag Team Championship from FinJuice a couple of months later. 

Rhino remained with the VBD until they evicted him from the group on the September 16 episode of IMPACT. 

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