Multiple Top Stars Finished With IMPACT Wrestling

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Four of IMPACT Wrestling’s top stars are reported to have finished their time with the company following Bound For Glory.

According to PWInsider, Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, Maria Kanellis and Vincent of the Honor No More stable completed their runs with IMPACT Wrestling over the weekend.

It should be noted, however, that at Bound For Glory on October 7th, Taven and Bennett defeated The Motor City Machine Guns to retain the World Tag Team Championships.

Honor No More made its debut on the January 8th edition of IMPACT Wrestling and at the time also included PCO. All of the members were Ring Of Honor alumni, having made the move to IMPACT after ROH announced it would be going on hiatus.

The stable quickly became a dominant force in the company and soon added Kenny King and Eddie Edwards to its ranks.

Over the course of 2022, the faction feuded with members of the IMPACT roster before ultimately defeating Team IMPACT at No Surrender when Eddie Edwards turned his back on the company to join Honor No More.

Later, they engaged in a rivalry with Bullet Club, eventually defeating the IMPACT offshoot of the NJPW stable at Emergence in August.

Matt Taven and Mike Bennett then went on to defeat Bullet Club’s Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson to capture the Tag Team Championships the following month.

At the time of writing, there has been no word on whether PCO, Kenny King, and Eddie Edwards will also depart the company.