D’Lo Brown apparently has wrapped up business with IMPACT Wrestling.
PWInsider.com and F4WOnline.com are both reporting that the longtime pro wrestling personality has parted ways with the company after a three-year stint working behind-the-scenes and making various appearances on the air.
“We appreciate D’Lo’s contributions to IMPACT Wrestling over the last 3 plus years,” the IMPACT Wrestling Executive Vice President began in a statement addressing the story. “We wish him nothing but the best moving forward.”
Brown first announced his deal with the company back in July of 2018, revealing he had been signed to a full-time deal with IMPACT Wrestling. He originally worked as a producer before making the transition to a role in the company’s talent relations department, where he helped scout talent and dealt with some of the contract negotiations.
The former WWE Superstar known for his time alongside Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Mark Henry, Charles “The Godfather” Wright and others as part of the Nation Of Domination faction during the WWE vs. WCW “Monday Night Wars” era also had a stint as a color-commentator for the weekly IMPACT On AXS TV shows, as well as some of the IMPACT pay-per-view events.
D’Lo Brown’s run as a commentator for IMPACT Wrestling, which began in January of 2021, wrapped up when he was attacked by the “intruding” Honor No More faction from Ring Of Honor, being put through a table at the start of one of the weekly IMPACT On AXS TV episodes. He would go on to be replaced by Matthew Rehwoldt in early 2022.
I’m very happy to share the news that I’ve signed with @ImpactWrestling. I’m excited to be working alongside such a great, hard-working crew of people, from the office to the production staff and, of course, the talented roster you see every week.
— D’Lo Brown (@dlobrown75) July 3, 2019