The actions and behavior of @TheSamiCallihan at a recent @DestinyWrestle event were absolutely unacceptable. IMPACT Wrestling are considering all options regarding Callihan's future in IMPACT Wrestling as a consequence.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) May 8, 2018
When Don Callis got involved in the “I Quit Match” between Jeremiah Crane, aka Sami Callihan, and Eddie Edwards, throwing the towel to prevent Eddie Edwards from being hit by the baseball bat again, we could expect Sami Callihan to seek for revenge. Even if Don Callis is one of Impact Wrestling Executive Vice-Presidents.
The I Quit match took place at the Impact Wrestling vs. Lucha Underground event on April 6. But meanwhile, at Impact Wrestling Redemption PPV 3 weeks ago, Eddie Edwards destroyed the face of Sami Callihan in the House of Hardcore match where Tommy Dreamer, Edwards and Moose squared off against the whole oVe brotherhood.
But like they say, an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. Recently, as Don Callis was receiving The “Come Back” of the Year Award by Anthony Carelli, aka Santino Marella, at a Destiny Wrestling event, Sami Callihan appeared and violently assaulted him. Callis’ family was in the audience. On Twitter, The Worldwide Desperado expressed his pride on his attack (some pics and video of the attack are available here and here).
There will be a closed-door meeting between Executives this Thursday during IMPACT Wrestling episode to decide the fate and future of Sami Callihan. He could be suspended or fired, and even face legal repercussions for his actions. Stay tuned on Saturday morning to find out what the future holds for Sami Callihan in “From The Impact Zone” review.