Spoilers: Former WWE Tag Champion Debuts For IMPACT Wrestling

IMPACT hled their latest set of tapings this past weekend

IMPACT Wrestling held their post Hard To Kill TV tapings in Dallas, Texas. During the tapings, former three-time WWE Tag team Champion Charlie Haas made his debut for the company, confronting Josh Alexander.

Haas interrupted Alexander whilst the latter was cutting a promo on IMPACT World Champion Moose, with the two coming to blows after Alexander rebuffed Haas’ requests for a match.

Later in the same set of tapings the two did indeed wrestle, with Alexander coming out on top, before the renegade ROH faction (OGK, Vincent, Maria Kanellis, & PCO) attacked the pair, leading Haas to be stretchered out of the building.

Per a report from WrestlingNews.co, Tommy Dreamer confirmed to the audience that Haas’ stretcher job was legit, but subsequent reports from PWInsider confirm that Haas was up and moving around backstage after some time, and the belief is Haas will be OK.

The 49-year-old Haas had two stints with WWE from 2000 - 2005, and 2006 - 2010, winning Tag Gold twice with team Angle/World’s Greatest tag team teammate Shelton Benjamin, and also a Tag Title run with Rico in 2004.

Haas is also a two-time ROH World Tag team Champion, again with Benjamin.

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