Impact Wrestling has announced their next special event, Turning Point, for November 14.
Impact began holding Turning point back in 2004 and it was held annually afterward until 2013. It has returned in 2015 and 2016 before going on a long hiatus and returning in 2019.
No word yet as to what the viewers might be able to expect from the show, but it will air on Impact Plus.
Meanwhile, it is also being reported that Impact Wrestling has signed a new deal with Fallah Bahh.
Bahh’s signing was first reported by Mike Johnson over at PWInsider. As of now, no details as to the terms of the deal between Bahh and Impact have been revealed.
Bahh had originally signed with Impact in 2017, and he debuted in March of that year. He was most recently seen as part of the wedding segment during the last episode of IMPACT. The wedding between John E. Bravo and Rosemary ended with Bravo getting “shot”.
It looks like the “shooting” and finding out who did it will be a major story point moving forwards and Bahh might find himself a “suspect”.
Two other recent signings for Impact were the former Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo and current X-Division champion Rohit Raju