Taya Valkyrie

Taya Valkyrie pulled from Bound for Glory

Impact Wrestling announced on Saturday morning that Taya Valkyrie has been pulled from tomorrow night’s Bound for Glory PPV and the TV tapings to follow in Ottawa.

The company noted she would return to TV in 2018 for future tapings. Valkyrie cited “personal reasons” on Twitter as to why she will be missing the shows.

Valkyrie was scheduled to face Rosemary in a singles match tomorrow night.

Veteran referee leaves Impact

Veteran referee Earl Henber has left Impact Wrestling according to Pro Wrestling Sheet.

The report notes that Impact informed Hebner they would be using local referees from Canada for Bound for Glory and TV tapings in Ottawa this week.

Hebner joins Brian Stiffler, Brian Hebner and Robert King as recent departures as part of the referee staff the last few years in the company.

10 COMMENTS

  1. Wow, they barely had enough matches to fill the card, now with another match gone, this PPV may be lucky if it goes 2 hours.

  2. Oh no, no more Screwjob Earl. Now who will they get to be incompetent & corrupt then do his obnoxious “You’re Damn Right I Did!” act? Pfft, good! F*ck him anyway! No big loss at all.

  3. Probably not, but there are plenty of wrestlers who could show up to create another women’s match. I’m thinking Emma, because Impact has a history of picking up ex-WWE fairly quickly.

  4. No big deal. Literally any idiot off the streets can be a wrestling referee. Besides, referees shouldn’t be some kind of premier attractions anyway. They should be unremarkable background characters. It’s not like anyone is going to miss Screwjob Earl’s “You’re Damn Right I Did!” act.

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