According to both F4WOnline.com and PWInsider.com, EC3 is done with Impact Wrestling.
At last night’s Impact Wrestling tapings in Orlando, Florida, EC3 competed in a Feast or Fired Match and captured one of the briefcases that hung on poles around the ring. Later in the show, Jeremy Borash opened his case in an in-ring segment and said EC3 was fired.
EC3 said there’s no way he’s fired and Borash said it’s real and EC3 is done. EC3 said there’s no way he should lose his job for picking a briefcase in an outdated match. He said he’s the franchise and has carried the company for four years. But in his last words, he said he’s a professional and this will light a spark in him that will lead to greatness. EC3 then beat up Borash. Brian Cage ran in and beat up EC3.
EC3 got up and said goodbye to everyone, left, and took a bow on the stage.
Update 7: Feast or Fired is ready to go. Participants are Rohit Raju, Ishimori, Lee, Konley, KM, Petey Williams, EC3, Moose, Tyrus, Eli Drake. Drake was the only guy who got an entrance. pic.twitter.com/oKvS12mVSF
— TheRogueFan (@TheRogueFan) January 13, 2018
Scoop #43: Moose and EC3 open their cases simultaneously
Moose receives a World Title Shot
EC3 is Fired pic.twitter.com/WgPt3aoqJi
— Jacob Cohen (@MrJacobCohen) January 14, 2018
Update 41: He accepts his fate. Being fired can light a spark that leads to greatness. Shakes JB’s hand, then hits him with the case repeatedly. Brian Cage comes out and wrecks EC3. pic.twitter.com/zgluoEQ9S2
— TheRogueFan (@TheRogueFan) January 14, 2018
— ec3™️ (@therealec3) January 14, 2018
According to F4WOnline.com, EC3’s contract expires soon and since he’s not renewing, this is how Impact Wrestling is writing his character off television.