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Drama King, Missy Hyatt debut at Impact Homecoming

Saturday's Impact Homecoming event saw the surprise debuts of both former WWE talent "Drama King" Matthew Rehwoldt and 80s/90s star Missy Hyatt.

Rehwoldt, the former Aiden English, debuted as Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo's surprise partner for the mixed tag team Homecoming tournament. The pair won the King and Queen honors by defeating Hernandez and Alisha, Chelsea Green and Matt Cardona and then Rosemary and Crazzy Steve in the finals.

Released in April 2020 as part of the pandemic cuts, Rehwoldt has made a few Midwest indie appearances. Impact started running vignettes for him several weeks ago. He will be on a future Impact TV episode alongside Purrazzo as she learns who her opponent for the NWA Empowerrr pay-per-view will be.

Hyatt was the surprise partner of Brian Myers, found by Myers' lackey Sam Beale. In a comedy match in the tournament, she was in heels and jeans and didn't want to wrestle, tagging out every time Myers would tag her in. She eventually walked out on Myers, leading to Tommy Dreamer and Rachael Ellering getting the win. It's assumed this is just a one-off appearance for the former NWA/WCW star.