Report: Kenny King granted release from Impact Wrestling

Kenny King is reportedly gone from Impact Wrestling.

Fightful Select reported on Thursday that King has asked for and was granted his release from the company "this week". His most recent run with the company dates back to last year, when he has part of the Honor No More stable. Back in September, he had lost a title vs. career match against Tommy Dreamer at Victory Road, where Dreamer defeated King to win the Digital Media Championship. His last match for the company took place in October, where he and Sheldon Jean lost to Ace Austin and Chris Bey.

King has spent most of his career going back and forth between Ring of Honor and Impact Wrestling. After spending three years with Impact Wrestling between 2012 and 2015, he returned to Ring of Honor in 2015, where he won the ROH Television title twice and the ROH Tag Team titles two more times. Towards the end of his run in ROH, he had been a part of the La Faccion Ingobernable stable along with Rush, Dragon Lee, and Bestia del Ring.

When ROH went on hiatus at the end of 2021, King returned to Impact Wrestling along with a group of other former ROH stars. In July, he defeated Joe Hendry to win the Digital Media title.

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