Jordynne Grace has confirmed that she has signed a new deal with IMPACT Wrestling.
Speaking on the Pro Wrestling Illustrated podcast, Grace revealed that she has put pen to paper on a new multi-year contract.
Grace said that the opportunities she sees for growth with IMPACT are one of them major reasons that she decided to stay.
“I still feel like there’s more for me to do here and a lot of potential for growth. I feel like at IMPACT, I have opportunities to do things that I might not be able to do in other companies. That’s one of the main reasons I decided to stick around,”
Jordynne Grace originally signed with IMPACT Wrestling in late 2018. Grace immediately established herself as a major player in the women’s division, defeating the likes of Tessa Blanchard and competing for the Knockouts Title. While Grace wasn’t immediately successful she eventually claimed the championship in February 2020.
In recent weeks Grace has formed an impressive partnership with new IMPACT signing Rachael Ellering. Grace and Ellering went on to win the Knockouts Tag Team Title’s at Rebellion, beating Fire N Flava.
In a recent interview before signing her new deal, Grace revealed that it still remains her dream to wrestle in WWE. However, the former Knockouts Champion, also highlighted the numerous benefits that she saw in remaining with IMAPCT. Grace added that while at the time she was unsure on her next move, she felt that IMPACT would offer her more creative freedom than other companies.
Speaking ahead of IMPACT Rebellion, current Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo named Grace as the toughest opponent that she’s ever faced.
H/t to Fightful for the transcription.