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Impact Wrestling's VP of Production leaving company


John Pollock of Post Wrestling reported Monday night that Impact Wrestling VP of production Kevin Sullivan has given his notice and could be working with All Elite Wrestling in the near future.

Sullivan has been with TNA Wrestling/Impact for more than ten years over two stints, including a run from 2005-13 as creative director, executive producer, and VP of production. He has also worked with WWE, Fox Sports, and AEW through his KSTV production company, producing the opens for Fyter Fest and Fight for the Fallen.

Pollock reported that several others in Sullivan's department also gave notice, but he was not given names. The expectation is the group will be working with AEW, but it's unclear if that would be through Sullivan's production company or directly hired. The report also didn't mention when Sullivan would be officially done with Impact.

Earlier this month, Impact's parent company Anthem Sports & Entertainment acquired a majority stake in HDNet, the parent company of AXS TV. The company announced Impact's weekly TV would be moving to AXS TV this October with a day and time expected imminently.