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  • November 30, 2020
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Bob Rosen, who has served as the Impact Wrestling Ring Transportation Manager for over 13 years, has been released by the promotion this week.

Rosen announced that he has been let go by the company after working with them for over a decade.

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“Well it’s time to thank everyone who trusted me to build and keep anyone who step foot into one of my rings safe,” Rosen wrote. “I’m officially gone from Impact Wrestling (not by my choice!) $.

“The last 13 years have been the greatest time in my life from the great talent who showed me much respect for what we did with the rings and cages,” Rosen continued (sic). “To the back production people who never got the credit they deserve. These people who come together under great stress and pull off some of the greatest shows you’ve watched weather it was TNA or IMPACT WRESTLING.”

Rosen mentioned that he won’t be leaving the wrestling business as a whole, stating that “I still believe every talent deserves to work in a great ring.”

Rosen added, “My passion for this business has taken a hit because of how this staff was treated but I still love wrestling and I will be back. I’m still building the best rings today. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!”

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