Former IMPACT Wrestling star Chris Harris was arrested on October 5th.
As reported by Mike Johnson of PWInsider, Harris was arrested in Kenton County, Kentucky. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol as well as failure to produce an insurance card.
Harris was released on a $2500 bond the following day.
A court date has been set for November 2nd at 9am.
Chris Harris began his wrestling career back in 1999, signing a developmental contract with WCW. The Washington native later signed with TNA in 2002 going on to perform as America’s Most Wanted alongside James Storm, while the pair were later managed by Gail Kim.
Harris had a very brief dalliance with WWE in January 2008 appearing on the company’s ECW brand. However, Harris was released in August of the same year, but not before coining the catchphrase “I’m Braden Walker and I’m going to knock your brains out”
The star later returned to IMPACT most recently in March 2021, appearing at ringside for James Storm’s 1000th match. Harris last tasted competition himself back in February 2018.
During his career Harris won the NWA World Tag Team Title’s on seven occasions, also claiming TNA’s Gauntlet For The Gold along with Storm in 2002.