As previously reported, WWE announced that Dean Ambrose will not be renewing his contract with the company once his contract ends in April. Ambrose reportedly turned down a five-year deal that was worth over seven-figures per year. Since the news broke, wrestlers outside of WWE (Joey Ryan, Sami Callihan & Jimmy Havoc) have commented on Ambrose’s eventual exit. Callihan was Ambrose’s former tag team partner during their time on the indies.

If Dean Ambrose hates hokey shit, he’s gonna love the first indie to book him vs. me.
— Joey Ryan (@JoeyRyanOnline) January 29, 2019

Isn’t this dude from Ohio?#SwitchbladeConspiracy
— The DRAW (@TheSamiCallihan) January 29, 2019

Give me Moxley.
— Jimmy Havoc ?????? (@JimmyHavoc) January 30, 2019

NJPW’s Road To The New Beginning took place earlier today. Togi Makabe, Toru Yano & Ryusuke Taguchi defeated Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa & Taiji Ishimori to win The NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Titles.
IMPACT & MLW recently announced that they will be collaborating their events on April 4th, which means that fans will now be able to attend both shows. IMPACT will be airing IMPACT United We Stand on their Twitch channel.

IMPACT Wrestling and @MLW will be collaborating for their events on April 4 by coordinating talent and schedules to ensure that fans can attend live events presented by both organizations!
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) January 30, 2019

IMPACT Wrestling presents “United We Stand” on Thursday, April 4 at Rahway Recreation Centre in Rahway, NJ.
The event, in partnership with @WrestlePro, begins at 11:00 p.m. ET and streams live on Twitch.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) January 30, 2019

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