W. Morrissey is done with Impact Wrestling with his final match airing Thursday night.
PWInsider first reported the news Thursday, but didn't have details as to whose decision it was to move on. It's unknown what is next for the 34-year-old.
Morrissey, a former World title challenger, will team with PCO to take on Moose and Steve Maclin in a match taped several weeks ago.
The former Big Cass in WWE has talked about dealing with mental health issues, alcoholism and health issues that saw him have a seizure at an indie show in December 2018. He took nearly two years off between 2019 through 2021, returning in February 2021 as a surprise for Luke Gallows' promotion, looking in fantastic shape.
He signed with Impact in April 2021 and debuted at that year's Rebellion in an eight-man tag team match. During the last year, he feuded with Eddie Edwards, Matt Cardona and then-World Champion Moose, unsuccessfully unseating the champion at this past February's No Surrender.
He has continued to work select indies like Northeast Wrestling and made his AEW debut last month against Wardlow as a hired gun as part of the MJF storyline.
It's the latest talent to leave Impact in recent months as JONAH, Willie Mack and The IInspiration have also moved on for different reasons.