Impact Wrestling Star Granted Release After Submitting Request

Kenny King is officially a free agent, and the wrestling landscape just got a lot more interesting.

According to Fightful Select, Kenny King has made the bold move of requesting and being granted his release from Impact Wrestling. This decision comes after a fruitful two-year stint with Impact, where he even managed to snatch the Impact Digital Media Championship along the way.

King has been part of some intense feuds with the likes of Joe Hendry, Mike Bailey, and other fierce competitors during his tenure. He initially joined the company as part of the Honor No More stable, alongside several other former ROH members, and had a notable partnership with Sheldon Jean this year.

King wrapped up his Impact journey at the October tapings, leaving fans with a memorable Impact World Tag Team Title Match against Ace Austin and Chris Bey as his farewell bout, at least for now.



At 42 years young, Kenny King brings more than just wrestling prowess to the table. He’s a seasoned actor and has dabbled in the world of reality television. Wrestling fans might recognize him from his appearances on TNA/IImpact, ROH, and even WWE Tough Enough. With his diverse skill set and experience, the wrestling world is Kenny King’s oyster.

So, what’s next for this free agent? Where will Kenny King take his talents, and how will he shake up the wrestling scene once again? Stay tuned, folks, because the future just got a whole lot more intriguing!

With Kenny King becoming a free agent in the wrestling world, what do you think his next move should be? Which wrestling promotion do you believe would be the best fit for him, and what feuds or matchups would you like to see him involved in? Share your thoughts on Kenny King’s potential future in wrestling.

November 16, 2023 8:13 pm


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