Just as teased by the series of commercials that aired over the past few weeks, a number of former WWE superstars either made their Impact Wrestling debuts or returns at the Slammiversary pay-per-view on Saturday night.
As recapped by Forbes, Heath Slater was the first ex-superstar to debut at Slammiversary, doing so just 12 days after he made a final appearance for his former employer on Monday Night Raw and got involved in the feud between Dolph Ziggler and current WWE Champion Drew McIntyre.
Now billed simply by his first name, Heath attacked Rohit Raju before reuniting with Rhyno, who he had partnered with when they became the inaugural SmackDown Tag Team Champions in 2016. He was, however, asked to leave the building by Impact executive Scott D’Amore due to coronavirus precautions.
I told you all to watch the hell out….. @IMPACTWRESTLING pic.twitter.com/SJ3rvOiFZv
— HEATHXXII (@HEATHXXII) July 19, 2020
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