First 'new TNA era' signing n confirmed by IMPACT Wrestling

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IMPACT Wrestling has confirmed the first signing of the “new era of TNA Wrestling”.

Starting on January 13, 2024, IMPACT Wrestling will rebrand to TNA Wrestling, as announced at Bound For Glory.
The company are gearing up for the rebrand with PCO being the first signing under the new identity.

Per the press release on the IMPACT Wrestling website:
The first official signing of the new era of TNA Wrestling was announced this morning by company president Scott D’Amore.
PCO, who won the 4-person Monster’s Ball match this past Saturday at the 2023 Bound For Glory pay-per-view extravaganza in Chicago, has signed a new contract. Terms were not disclosed.
“I really wanted to be part of the new era of TNA Wrestling and Scott D’Amore made me an offer I could not refuse,” PCO said.

IMPACT Wrestling is returning to its iconic Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling name, starting with its January 2024 pay-per-view special, Hard To Kill, which will originate for the first time ever from the Palms Casino Resort near the world-famous Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The 2024 Hard To Kill PPV is set for Saturday night, January 13, with a second night of action-packed pro wrestling – the Snake Eyes Extravaganza Show – at The Palms on Sunday, January 14, which will be taped to air on the company’s flagship weekly TV show, iMPACT!, airing every Thursday night on AXS TV (8 p.m. EST).
PCO made his return to IMPACT Wrestling at the 2022 Hard To Kill PPV.

In September 2023, it was reported that PCO would be leaving the company when his contract expired at the end of October 2023.
PCO had reportedly given notice of his intention to leave IMPACT Wrestling.
PCO was a former WWF Tag Team Champion as one half of The Quebecers and also held the WCW Hardcore Championship.
He’s also a former ROH World Champion, World Six-Man Tag Team Champion and World Tag Team Champion.

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