Impact Wrestling Vs UK! Enzo Amore First Post WWE Appearance REVEALED! | WrestleTalk News May 2018

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first. Jeff Hardy Injury Source Revealed? During a dark match against The Miz on May
15th’s Smackdown Live, fans became concerned when Jeff Hardy started limping around the
ring. The cause of this injury has been unclear
until now, as Jeff’s wife Beth has uploaded a video to Twitter from OUTTA NOWHERE:
Impact Wrestling Vs The UK Thankfully for Don Callis, Ruby Hardy is yet
to sign for any UK promotions, as Impact Wrestling have just issued an open challenge to any
UK wrestling company for an inter-promotional series of matches at Wrestling MediaCon 2018. The President of IMPACT Wrestling Ed Nordholm
said: “We are excited to return to the UK to demonstrate
that IMPACT Wrestling has the best talent anywhere in the world, so we’re issuing
an open challenge to any UK promotion to bring their best wrestlers to face the very best
from IMPACT Wrestling on September 9th in Manchester.” And Impact aren’t the only big names announced
for Wrestling MediaCon, as WrestleTalk are also going to be at the event. It’s all going down on the 8th and 9th of
September at the Bowlers Exhibition centre in Manchester, England, and you can buy tickets
to see us, loads of other big names like Dave Meltzer, Cultaholic and more, and for the
IMPACT vs UK series by clicking the link in the video description below. But will a former WWE Champion be appearing
as part of one of the rosters that weekend? Enzo Amore Teases Wrestling Return? Enzo Amore has teased a potential return to
in-ring action, after posting an old NXT promo on his Instagram story about Manifest Destiny
and becoming great. Enzo hasn’t been involved in any form of
wrestling since his release from WWE after he was publicly accused of sexual assault. That case has been dropped, though, as there
was insufficient evidence to proceed. A recent statement from Enzo’s legal team
said he’s “working diligently toward his next venture in the entertainment industry
and looks forward to reconnecting with his fans in a big way in the very near future.” And the first of those big reconnections is
happening this weekend. Enzo Amore First Post-WWE Appearance Announced
Enzo has announced his first public appearance since leaving WWE in January 2018 on Instagram
– a Memorial Day showing in Times Square in New York City at 9.15pm where he will apparently
be ending his social media silence with one big “How You Doin.” “I want to engage, interact, and personally
thank all of you who ever supported me! It was you who wished me luck on my future
endeavors, but I won’t need luck … just you.” Support Cancer Research UK! Speaking of support, one of our
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