BREAKING: Brian Cage Signs With Impact Wrestling, Debuts at Tapings

Photo: Impact Wrestling

As we covered last night from the first night of Impact Wrestling tapings, this first set of tapings under the management team of Scott D’Amore and Don Callis are looking to inject some new blood into the Impact Wrestling brand that suffered some growing pains under their first year of ownership under Anthem Entertainment following years of mismanagement under previous regimes. The biggest news was the shocking return of Austin Aries to the company – and winning the renamed Impact World Championship – but we saw a few surprises in the Knockouts Division, such as the long awaited debut of Kiera Hogan. Tonight’s tapings carried on, with some equally big surprises. Prior to the tapings, Impact announced the signing of Brian Cage to their roster.


A 12-year veteran, Brian Cage began his career in 2005, trained by late WCW/WWE wrestler Chris Kanyon. He spent a couple years working on his craft before signing with the WWE in 2008, where he worked their developmental in Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) as Kris Logan. He worked their for nearly two years, before being released at the end of 2009. He debuted with PWG in 2010 and since then has become one of indie wrestling’s most celebrated powerhouses, working with Lucha Underground, Pro Wrestling NOAH, AAA, EVOLVE, WrestleCircus, Bar Wrestling, Championship Wrestling From Hollywood, AAW, and much more. He’s a former PWG World Tag Team champion with Michael Elgin, a Gift of the Gods Champion in Lucha Underground and a 2x and reigning WrestleCircus Ringmaster Champion.

Brian Cage joins fellow Lucha Underground wrestlers Johnny Impact (Johnny Mundo/John Morrison), Taya Valkyrie and Sami Callihan (Jeremiah Crane) and opens up a whole new realm of possible match-ups for the “F**king Machine”.

Photo: Lucha Underground / El Rey Network
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Jamie Greer is the Managing Editor and lead writer for Last Word on Pro Wrestling. A lifelong wrestling fan who started with the WWF in the early 80's, he now follows everything from the smallest indie to WWE. He's also written for WrestleZone, The Windsor Star, Windsor Independent and other publications. He lives in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, with his wife and son.


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