Report: Update On Don Callis' Current IMPACT Wrestling Role

What's up with The Invisible Hand?

Don Callis has served as IMPACT Wrestling's co-executive vice president alongside Scott D'Amore since December 2017, but The Invisible Hand's role backstage in the company has changed or is in the process of changing

Callis was recently removed as an IMPACT EVP on parent company Anthem's website and IMPACT talent have noted Callis looks to be continuing in an on-screen role, but Scott D'Amore will be "leading the charge" going forward.

In an update on the situation, Fightful Select reported Callis was only present for the first day of recent IMPACT Wrestling tapings and he wasn't seen again before tapings finished up three days later. This was also the case for Kenny Omega and both men filmed what they had to and headed home once they were done. 

Callis has been Omega's on-screen manager in both IMPACT and All Elite Wrestling since he helped The Best Bout Machine capture the AEW World Championship in December 2020. He has since become a regular presence on Dynamite and has expanded his management role to the rest of The Elite. 

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