Returning IMPACT Wrestling star Joe Hendry has discussed who in the company he is most excited about working with, while also revealing that he already has a title in his sights!
Following a four year departure Joe Hendry has returned to IMPACT Wrestling in a series of hilarious vignettes that have seen him torment the life of an unfortunate family as he seeks to ‘motivate IMPACT Wrestling’.
Ahead of IMPACT Wrestling’s annual Bound For Glory PPV, Joe Hendry sat down with Inside The Ropes own Liam Alexander-Stewart to discuss his role in IMPACT as well as his aims and dream opponents in the iconic promotion.
“If you’re giving me the option, Brian Myers is who I want to face. I would like to do something with him for the Digital Media Championship.
That’s what I think would be most entertaining for the fans but on a personal selfish level, two guys that have really sort of taken me under their wing.
Eric Young I would say is the main one for me, we were on a show together in Germany and he’s just been amazing for advice and even just to be around.
Him and Frankie Kazarian were amazing to be around to just absorb that knowledge. I’ve been fortunate enough to be around these guys and just hear them tell the stories and give lessons and give their perspective on the business.
Hendry would continue, revealing that alongside a potential programme with IMPACT regular Sami Callihan, he could see himself tearing things up as ‘the strong man’ of the X-Division.
So you know, I would love to work Frankie for sure andd Eric Young as well. That’s another one, Sami Callihan is like an unbelievable performer and the way he tells stories, there’s just something magical about his matches. You know, Steve Macklin seems like a badass to me. I think I could have fun in the X Division as well. I can do suplexes on multiple people, I think I could be the strong dude in the X Division.
During the interview the former Ring of Honor star would also discuss his return to IMPACT Wrestling and his role in the upcoming Bound for Glory 2022 PPV.
Bound for Glory 2022 looks to be a stacked card with Mickie James putting her career on the line against Mia Yim and Josh Alexander defending his prestigious IMPACT Championship against Honor No More’s Eddie Edwards.
Many thanks to Joe for taking the time out to talk with us – you can support him on social media and by checking out Bound For Glory 2022 airing live Friday October 7th via FITE TV.
Check out our piece on ‘5 Shocking Things We Want To See At Bound For Glory 2022’.
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