Killer Kross Possibly Written Off of Impact?

Killer Kross appeared to be written off of Impact TV on Friday’s episode.

During Eddie Edwards’ match, Kross appeared on the video screen and was waterboarding someone, who Edwards assumed was his friend The Sandman. Edwards then ran backstage to confront Kross and ended up taking him out, viciously and dramatically stomping on his head.

After that segment aired, Kross posted a “That’s all folks!” gif:

Kross was not on the second night of Impact tapings earlier this month in Queens, so he might not be on TV for the next few weeks, unless Impact taped more backstage segments with him that weren’t shown at the tapings.

Kross requested his release from Impact last month, citing his pay as the main reason, but as of now, Impact has not yet released him. Last word was that Kross and Impact were reportedly re-negotiating his contract.

Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin reported that Kross is still under contract with Impact following the TV segment on Friday.

On Twitter, Kross has been posting and retweeting about wrestling for other companies. He retweeted this yesterday:

Scarlett Bordeaux, who is dating Kross, was granted her release request by Impact last week.