Rosemary Signs Two-Year Deal To Remain With Impact Wrestling

Another one sticks with the former TNA

A handful of Impact Wrestling talents have recently signed new deals in order to stick with the company, including Fallah Bahh, Sami Callihan, and Eddie Edwards. One of the standouts from the company's Knockouts division can be added to that list as well.

Rosemary, former Knockouts Champion of nine months between October 2016 and July 2017 (the second longest reign in company history), signed a new two-year deal with the promotion, per the latest Impact Wrestling Press Pass podcast.

Rosemary (known at other times in her career as Courtney Rush) has been with Impact Wrestling since the start of 2016, when she formed the group Decay alongside Abyss and Crazzy Steve.

Most recently, Rosemary returned to television at January's Homecoming pay-per-view after an eight-month absence due to a torn ACL. To write her out of the program, Impact Wrestling had Rosemary "buried" by fellow macabre performer Su Yung.

Rosemary becomes the fourth known individual to sign a multi-year extension with Impact in recent weeks, at two years. The deals for Edwards, Bahh, and Callihan are all said to be "multi-year" as well, but the exact terms for each have not been disclosed.

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