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Heath Miller makes his Impact Wrestling debut

There was another familiar face at Slammiversary last night and that man was Heath Miller, the artist formerly known as Heath Slater.

Now going by his real name, Miller was able to show up at the Impact pay-per-view because the 90-day no-compete clause came to an end yesterday, making him and others free to show up wherever they wanted.

Miller crashed the party after the gauntlet match ended and said that he was at Impact to make an impact. He said that he would have loved to answer that open challenge from the Raszcals with his friend but did not make it there in time.

His promo was interrupted by Rohit Raju who then attacked Miller, asking him who the hell he thinks he is. But his offense didn’t last long as Miller turned it around pretty quickly.

Miller and Rhino reunited backstage in a short segment later on.


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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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