Sami Callihan Shoots on Eddie Edwards Incident, Buries Impact Wrestling Management




Controversial wrestler and WWE NXT alum Sami Callihan hosts the most eventful Impact Wrestling teleconference ever and doesn’t mince words.


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Note: The Sports Courier covered the following teleconference, which was open to all wrestling media and does not endorse Sami Callihan’s statements.

About This Video: Controversial superstar Sami Callihan chats with wrestling media about the now-infamous Eddie Edwards baseball bat spot, his plans for WrestleMania 34 weekend in New Orleans, and the massive amount of criticism he has received from fans and fellow wrestlers. Oh, Callihan also buries Josh Mathews and Impact Wrestling during a you know, Impact Wrestling media teleconference supposed to promote Impact Wrestling. TNA still gonna TNA. Work or shoot? You decide.

Special thanks to The Sports Courier contributor Allan Wu, Impact Wrestling, Anthem SE, and Ross Foreman.

Fast Facts about Sami Callihan:

  • WWE NXT alum (wrestled as Solomon Crowe)
  • Trained by Les Thatcher, Shark Boy, and Cody Hawk
  • Held multiple titles in independent wrestling promotions including wXw, CZW, PWS, JAPW, Fight Club: PRO, AAW, and AIW.

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