There’s exciting news coming out of IMPACT Wrestling as veteran wrestler Rhino has revealed his new role with the company. During a recent interview on the Kurt Angle Show, Rhino discussed his current run with IMPACT and shared that he is now taking on a producing role.
Rhino mentioned that his workload has increased, but unfortunately, there hasn’t been a corresponding increase in pay. However, he expressed his enthusiasm for this time of year, as business tends to pick up with outside bookings. Rhino also mentioned that he is involved with other ventures, such as working at Big Daddy’s Boatyard in preparation for the winter season.
IMPACT Wrestling recently held their Victory Road event, and Rhino was listed as one of the producers for the show. He joins a talented group of individuals, including RD Evans, D-Lo Brown, Tommy Dreamer, Gail Kim, and Lance Storm, who all contributed to the success of the event.
In addition to discussing his new role, Rhino also talked about a significant decision he made in his career. He revealed why he chose not to return to WWE when they relaunched ECW in 2006. If you’re interested in learning more about his thought process, you can read the full article here.
It’s always intriguing to see wrestlers take on different roles within the industry, and Rhino’s transition to a producer is no exception. We can only imagine the valuable insights and experience he brings to the table in this new position.
(H/T and transcribed by Post Wrestling)