A top IMPACT Champion has been pulled from the upcoming Sacrifice pay-per-view due to injury.
Ahead of her scheduled re-match against Jordynne Grace for the IMPACT Knockouts Championship at IMPACT’s upcoming pay-per-view, Sacrifice, an announcement regarding her ability to compete.
IMPACT Wrestling announced via Twitter:
“Due to an injury,@MickieJames will be unable to compete at Sacrifice. We will give an update and address the Knockouts World Title situation tomorrow night at Sacrifice.”
Mickie James captured the IMPACT Knockouts Championship from Jordynne Grace in a Title vs. Career match in January 2023 at IMPACT Hard to Kill on pay-per-view.
We’ll have to stay tuned to IMPACT’s special Sacrifice edition tomorrow, Friday March 24 for more about what to expect from the IMPACT Knockouts Championship.
Recently another intriguing potential opponent has revealed herself for Mickie James’ IMPACT Knockouts Championship: Mercedes Moné.
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Due to an injury, @MickieJames will be unable to compete at Sacrifice. We will give an update and address the Knockouts World Title situation tomorrow night at Sacrifice. pic.twitter.com/BPq6HLF1DG
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) March 24, 2023
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