W. Morrissey has become the latest talent to depart IMPACT Wrestling in 2022, with his last match airing on this week’s IMPACT episode.
W. Morrissey has left IMPACT Wrestling, as per PWInsider. Morrissey teamed with Honor No More’s PCO in a loss to Moose and Steve Maclin in the main event of last night’s (2 June) IMPACT Wrestling broadcast.
The former Big Cass debuted with IMPACT at the 2021 Rebellion pay-per-view, replacing an injured Eric Young in an eight-man tag team match. His debut was exclusively reported by Inside The Ropes, something that W. Morrissey jokingly referenced during an interview with Gary Cassidy:
“My first thought was, who’s the stooge? Was it the guy that picked me up from the airport? Was it the person that was in the lobby at the hotel that saw me? Or was it somebody that was here at the building in the production meeting or saw the run sheet? That was honestly my first thought was – ‘who’s the stooge’? Who said something?”
W. Morrissey worked a series of excellent matches for IMPACT Wrestling against the likes of Moose, Eddie Edwards, and Rich Swann, with two World Championship challenges coming against Moose earlier this year. Though he walked away without a championship, Morrissey impressed in both challenges.
The seven-footer also recently appeared on AEW Dynamite as a mystery opponent for Wardlow, though he remains a free agent for the time being. Where, exactly, he goes from here remains to be seen.
W. Morrissey is the latest name to depart IMPACT Wrestling this year, following the likes of Rohit Raju, Jake Something, Rachael Ellering, and Willie Mack. It was also reported that New Japan’s Jay White has finished up with IMPACT for the time being.