• Carlos Astorga

Moose Signs New Contract With IMPACT Wrestling

Updated: May 28

According to Dave Meltzer, Moose has signed a new deal with Impact Wrestling

The amount of years or were undisclosed.

The 37-year-old has been with the company since the summer of 2016, making his debut at that July's Destination X during the World title match between Bobby Lashley and Eddie Edwards.


In the years that have followed, Moose (Quinn Ojinnaka) twice won the now-defunct Impact Grand Championship and the TNA World title that he lost to then-Impact World Champion Rich Swann in a title vs. title match earlier this year.


Up next for Moose is arguably the highest profile match in his career as he challenges current World Champion Kenny Omega at next month's Against All Odds on Impact Plus. Moose earned the shot by winning a six-way no. 1 contender's match at last Saturday's Under Siege.


The former NFL offensive lineman started training in 2012 and was signed by Ring of Honor in 2014 -- his home for two years before signing with Impact.