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Shane Helms and Al Snow Gone From Impact Wrestling

20 June 2017, 10:12 | Myron Mathis

The talent exodus from Impact Wrestling continues as Shane Helms and Al Snow are both gone from the company ... announcing their departure on Monday afternoon via Twitter. The Hardy Boyz left and returned to WWE at WrestleMania. As of now, there is not a lot of information known as to why these former WWE superstars are gone from TNA, but they join a whole host of employees who have left the company or been fired in the past year. Simon was originally a wrestler before moving into a top producer/agent position.

Impact Wrestling has lost quite a few stars since the new regime took over. Shane Helms showed up the most recent of the three in 2015. Impact found themselves in a situation where they had seven producers, and according to the report, the company decided not to renew their deals for financial reasons.

Keeny had been working with the company since 2003.

"You never know. I'm back down around 205 now". He later said he was just joking around.

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