Impact Wrestling's Slammiversary 2019 pay-per-view went off the airwaves to widespread critical acclaim on Sunday night, but there's a chance the show may have been the last fans see of Johnny 'Impact' Hennigan and LAX in the promotion.
PW Insider were the first to report that the former John Morrison might be done. Per their story, the former Impact World Champion's contract actually expired several weeks ago though him and the promotion came to an agreement that saw him put X Division Champion Rich Swann over at Slammiversary. Though he may end up re-signing with the promotion, his future is now up in the air.
The same goes for the LAX tandem of Santana and Ortiz, who are now free agents themselves. The duo have been heavily linked with both WWE and AEW in recent weeks so it'll be interesting to see where they end up.
How Impact could fill these gaps on their roster remains to be seen. Old names that Rob Van Dam and Rhyno have been shuffled back into the spotlight recently and TJ Perkins is back in the promotion, though they're losing a couple of cornerstones here.
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