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Impact notes: Bullet Club vs. Honor No More, Caleb Konley announces departure

Known as Kaleb With A K, Konley thanked Impact after his two years there.
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After the events of Thursday's show, next week's edition of Impact Wrestling will see the Bullet Club take on Honor No More in an eight-man tag team match.

On one side will be Jay White, Chris Bey and the Good Brothers against Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, Kenny King and Vincent (with Maria Kanellis-Bennett).

As Honor No More was delivering a promo Thursday, Bullet Club came out to interrupt following Bennett and Taven's recent interference when Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows were trying to regain the Tag Team titles from Violent by Design.

After Bey challenged them to a fight, a six-on-four brawl erupted which ended when Honor No More's PCO took everyone out with a De-Animator. 

That is the only match to be announced for next week as of now.

Kaleb With A K done after two years

Without officially saying he was done, Kaleb With A K (Caleb Konley) put out a social media post indicating as much Thursday, thanking Impact Wrestling for the last two years and especially the Knockouts.

Konley had been affiliated with Knockouts Tag Team Champions The Influence (Madison Rayne and Tenille Dashwood). On the Impact pre-show Behind The Impact, Rayne defeated IInspiration team member Jessie McKay and was then cast off by both The Influence and The IInspiration.

He then cut a promo on the crowd which prompted W. Morrissey to come out and power bomb him through a table to write him off.

Konley has remained active on the indies through his Impact tenure, but has only wrestled three total times this calendar year.