Contracts are a hot topic all over wrestling as Brian Myers notes he too is a free agent, working with IMPACT on a verbal agreement.
Former WWE star Brian Myers (known as Curt Hawkins in WWE) continues to make waves throughout the world of professional wrestling, appearing on IMPACT as well as in independent promotions, and has now spoken out to clarify his contract status.
Talking to the Table Top Podcast, Myers said:
“I think we’re on the up and up in that sense [there being a multitude of places and ways to make a living in pro wrestling]. I think there’s just — wrestling fans are excited. I think coming out of the pandemic, they’re excited to support and go to these shows and you know, I think with AEW being so successful, I really think it’s the first time in a long time that there’s a real one and two, you know, which makes a big difference I think. So I’ve been enjoying it. I’m a straight-up free agent. I just have a verbal agreement with IMPACT and all the places I work and it’s been incredible, it’s been so much fun, you know? And literally, I’m like my boss. Like I said, that’s kind of like at the end of the day, a priceless kind of thing in pro wrestling and I can do and go where I want when I want.”
Brian Myers not only is a talented in-ring wrestler, he’s also known for his wrestling school, Create A Pro Wrestling Academy which boasts such alumni as MJF, Max Caster and Kris Statlander.
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