A former Champion in WWE was backstage during the Impact Wrestling tapings yesterday, though according to Ringside News, it may not have been for anything major.

Who was it?

Former Cruiserweight Champion Rich Swann was backstage at the Impact Wrestling tapings. While it is unknown if he was speaking to the promotion about a potential contract, there is every likelihood he was there for another reason.

Why was he there?

Swann is married to Su Yung, who works for Impact Wrestling. Yung most recently failed to capture the Impact Knockout’s Championship against Allie at Impact Wrestling’s Redemption pay-per-view this past week. Swann may have been there to support Yung.

Extra Note:

It is also worth noting that Swann recently announced his retirement from the ring. He would later return to Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), which is a popular hardcore independent wrestling promotion to compete back in March. You can find that return below:

CZW | Rich Swann returns to the Combat Zone

Would you like to see Swann in Impact? Should he work with Yung?

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