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Possible Silent WWE Departure And Return To IMPACT’s Slammiversary

It was previously reported that Eric Young quietly re-signed with WWE and that he was on his way back to the company after he was brutally murdered by Deaner in their storyline to write him out of IMPACT Wrestling. In October of 2022, Eric Young reportedly informed IMPACT Wrestling officials that he will be finishing up with the company, but despite being hired by WWE Head of Creative Triple H just a few months after he took over, which was around November 1, Eric has still not appeared on WWE TV. It was then reported by Better Wrestling Experience that Eric Young was working backstage in the WWE and was learning the crafts and that Young was also helping the WWE creative team on a number of occasions.

IMPACT Wrestling originally announced that Scott D’Amore and PCO will face Bully Ray and Steve Maclin at tonight’s Slammiversary Event, but Maclin suffered an injury and was replaced by Deaner, while PCO was written out of the storyline with a brutal beat-down angle at the hands of Bully and Maclin. Last Thursday night’s Slammiversary go-home episode of IMPACT Wrestling ended with D’Amore speaking on the phone with someone. Scott D’Amore said it’s difficult for PCO to come back to life this time, then he asked this other person if they can come back to life. The camera then tilted on a Team Canada jersey as Scott D’Amore walked away.

According to PWInsider.com, Eric Young was recently spotted at the Detroit airport, which adds to the speculation that Young could turn out to be D’Amore’s tag partner at Slammiversary. Young being Scott D’Amore’s tag partner would make perfect sense as Young was a member of TNA’s Team Canada stable from 2004-2006 and Eric Young was “killed” by Deaner in his last appearance on IMPACT Wrestling by Deaner, who is Bully’s new tag partner and that is why D’Amore was asking this person if he can “come back to life.” If Young ends up working IMPACT’s Slammiversary Event, then it would mean that he has left the WWE again, unless Triple H allowed him to work the show as a one-off.

IMPACT Wrestling’s Slammiversary Event will take place later tonight, July 15th from inside St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario, Canada and the event will air live on traditional PPV, FITE, IMPACT Plus and on the company’s official YouTube channel for their Ultimate Insiders members, while IMPACT’s 30-minute Countdown To Slammiversary Pre-Show will air live and for free at 7:30PM ET via YouTube, FITE, and IMPACT Plus.

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