A former AEW star has debuted for IMPACT Wrestling, appearing during Victory Road and directly referencing the issues surrounding them as of late!
Bobby Fish is in IMPACT Wrestling, having debuted for the Anthem-helmed promotion during the Victory Road monthly special.
The former Undisputed Elite man has remained a free agent since departing All Elite Wrestling, leaving the company after just under a year spent. Controversy has surrounded him since he left, largely relating to his comments about CM Punk’s ability as a shootfighter.
Bobby indirectly referenced these comments, noting that he wasn’t here for the “bullsh*t” anymore. Crucially, Fish stated that he wasn’t able to get fired from IMPACT due to still being a free agent; therefore, it’s unknown if this was a one-off appearance or if Bobby Fish will be an IMPACT regular moving forward.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) September 24, 2022
Raj Singh and Shera attempted to confront the two-time NXT Tag Team Champion, leading to the pair of them being laid out. Singh, in particular, was left tapping out to a Heel Hook.
Rising to fame on the independent circuit, Bobby Fish captured gold everywhere he went, ultimately being signed to NXT in 2017 and forming The Undisputed ERA with Adam Cole, long-time partner Kyle O’Reilly, and Roderick Strong. He was released in August 2021, quickly signing with AEW that autumn, where he remained until the end of August this year.