Fallah Bahh says management asked him to find a replacement partner and he said, ‘no, no, no… NO WAY JOSE!”
No Way Jose debuted with IMPACT Wrestling at Saturday night’s Slammiversary pay-per-view, replacing TJP in the four-way Tag Team Championship match.
Despite the familiar chant breaking out, the former WWE star was simply billed as “No Way” on his entrance video and on-air graphics. He worked for WWE starting in 2015, but he was ultimately released by the company as part of the mass talent cuts on April 15, 2020. Since then, he’s worked a few matches for Lariato Pro, the independent wrestling promotion owned by DOC Gallows.
No Way’s IMPACT debut did not result in a win, however, as the Good Brothers ultimately picked up the win. It looked like Violent By Design was on their way to retaining after Joe Doering hit a Death Valley Driver and Lariat, but the pin attempt was broken up by Mack and Swann. Rhino looked to hit a Gore, but a miscommunication and distraction by Gallows led to the Good Brothers hitting the Magic Killer for the win.
This is the Good Brothers’ second IMPACT Tag Team Championship win; Violent By Design’s lone tag title reign ends at 61 days.
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