Impact Wrestling Fires Female Wrestler Who Refused To Lose Squash Match At Recent Tapings


Dave Meltzer reported in this week’s issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Impact Wrestling fired Hania (aka Hania the Huntress, Hania the SheWolf) after she refused to do a 90-second job to newcomer Su Yung at the organization’s recent set of Impact Wrestling television tapings in Orlando, Florida.

Hania made her Impact Wrestling debut on Nov. 10, 2017, at a television taping in Ottawa, Ontario, where she attacked Rosemary following “The Demon Assassin”‘s victory over KC Spinelli.

Jeremy Borash tweeted news of her arrival and the angle actually aired on last night’s episode of Impact Wrestling.

Hania also worked a match on Nov. 10, 2017, beating Spinelli.

At the most recent set of television tapings, Hania worked three matches. She faced Amber Nova at the Jan. 10, 2018 tapings and had matches with Rosemary the next two nights.

Hania apparently referenced her departure from Impact Wrestling with these two tweets.