Brian Myers, formerly Curt Hawkins in WWE, has officially signed with Impact Wrestling.
In a recent Tweet, Myers confirmed he is now part of the Impact Roster and shared a photo of part of the contract he was offered, featuring his signature.
“Thanks of the money, Eddie,” he wrote in his caption referencing Impact Wrestling President Edwin Nordholm.
Myers went on to say that his signing was an asset for Impact and a good decision on their part as they now have a workhorse in the prime of his career with a massive chip on his shoulder.
Myers was one of those performers released by WWE in April last year, allegedly due to cost-cutting measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He began working shows for Impact shortly after his non-compete clause expired, but he was not on a full-time deal.
This is Myers’ second time as a full timer with Impact as he was formerly signed with Total Nonstop Wrestling in 2015 when he won the TNA World Tag Team Championship with Trevor Lee.
He made his in-ring debut in Impact on August 11 during an Open Challenge for the Impact World Championship. He was unsuccessful against then-champion Eddie Edwards.