Posted on 1/14/122 by Colin Vassallo
Charlie Haas, who made his Impact Wrestling debut during the
weekend tapings in Dallas, Texas, issued a statement over
the injury he suffered in his first match with the
Haas wrestled Josh Alexander in the main event of the Sunday
night tapings and suffered a concussion when he slipped
after his head caught Alexander’s head and the rope
Hass called the incident one of those “freak wrestling
accidents you can’t explain” and thanked the Impact
management and roster for their great care and attention
they showed to him.
“I can’t say enough good things & I truly look forward to
working with them again in the near future. I just wanted
everyone to know I will be just fine, and contrary to some
reports, Charlie Haas is not dead,” Haas wrote.
He added that his appearance on the show lit a new fire in
him and for the first time in over five years he will be
taking bookings in 2022.
“There are a ton of crazy & unique matchups happening these
days & I want to be a part of it all,” Haas said.