Charlie Haas Reveals How Much Longer He Wants To Keep Wrestling, More


During a recent appearance on the “Mat Men Wrestling” podcast, Charlie Haas commented on his recent return to Impact Wrestling, how long he wants to continue to wrestle, and more. You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On how he’s feeling following his concussion at the last Impact Wrestling taping: “I’m feeling fine. I want to thank IMPACT, they are very professional. First, Josh Alexander for being a great pro in the ring. I’m just happy I was able to finish that match. He’s the ultimate pro and he is the pinnacle. IMPACT itself, the personnel from Scott D’Amore, Tommy Dreamer, D’Lo Brown, Gail Kim, all the way down. The utmost respect. I’m feeling great and feeling fine. I’m back on track.”


On his future plans: “My plan is to get back out there. I would love to work with IMPACT, AEW, any promotion that would have me work with them, not only as a wrestler, but to help teach. The knowledge that I have I can pass on. I can work with these people in the ring, teach them what I learned, how to slow down, how to tell a story. I would like to keep wrestling for another year or two and at the same time work as a coach or a producer to going and working in talent relations and being in the ring like Arn (Anderson) does, Fit Finlay does, working with these individuals and tag teams to teach them what’s missing.”

(h/t – Fightful)

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