On last night’s edition of IMPACT Wrestling, the on-going war in the Undead Realm that has surrounded Su Yung and Jessicka Havok hit a violent finale (or did it?), as the trio sought out Father James Mitchell with help from Rosemary. Viewers on Twitch didn’t see this match, as the site deemed the segment too violent. IMPACT uploaded the full incut video to their YouTube channel.
One of the new characters seen in the segment was a horrific masked man covered in tattoos, that had many internet fans wondering if WWE had allowed Abyss to return for one night, or possibly the debut of Sefa Fatu. The answer is none of the above, as the frighteningly clad man is actually a Las Vegas indie wrestler known simply as Beast the Butcher.
A 10-year indie veteran, Beast was trained by the likes of Michael Modest, Disco Inferno, and Kenny King, and has worked up and down the West Coast. As well as his hometown of Las Vegas promotions like Future Stars of Wrestling, Versus Pro Wrestling, Big Valley Wrestling, and Vampiro‘s Lucha Fight Club, he has also competed for Party Hard Wrestling in Arizona (where he’s the reigning PHW Chairizona State Champion) and Oregon’s West Coast Wrestling Connection (WCWC).
A frightening presence in the ring, there’s no word if Beast the Butcher will make another appearance for IMPACT Wrestling with the wars in the Undead Realm now seemingly over, but only time will tell.
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