Former X-Division Champion Trevor Lee has finished up with IMPACT Wrestling!
This week IMPACT Wrestling was in Las Vegas, Nevada for three straight nights of television tapings and unbeknownst to fans, it was the last time they will be seeing one star inside an IMPACT ring.
According to PWInsider, Trevor Lee finished up with the company this week in Las Vegas with a match against Killer Kross and will not be returning (for spoiler results: night one, night two, night three). It was noted that Lee gave his notice to IMPACT and sources are indicating that WWE does have interest in bringing him in for the NXT brand. Additionally, it’s said that there are more Performance Center signings expected to be announced in January, however there’s no word on whether Trevor Lee will be a part of that group.
Lee is a 6-foot, 215 pound, 25-year old with (reportedly) four years of experience under his belt. He arrived in IMPACT Wrestling in 2015 after making waves with Pro Wrestling Guerrilla in 2014, winning the PWG World Tag Team Titles once with his future IMPACT running mate Andrew Everett. He would go on to become win the TNA World Tag Team Championship one time with Brian Myers (Curt Hawkins), as well as three reigns as the X-Division Champion.