Over the past week, Impact’s Moose (formerly of Ring of Honor and the NFL, where he played under his real name Quinn Ojinnaka) has been Twitter beefing with former UFC & WWE star Ken Shamrock. It actually started with Moose going after current Impact champ Brian Cage, who was having a respectful back and forth with the man who won the NWA title on the first TNA weekly pay-per-view (PPV) back in 2002.
It seemed strange, but that’s social media for ya. Then last night, it became clear why The World’s Most Dangerous Man responded to Moose’s mentions:
A quick program with the 55 year old Shamrock - either one that starts and ends at the September taping or continues on to Bound For Glory in Chicago the month after - builds toward a World title match between Cage & Moose. It also allows Ken to promote his new endeavor, Valor, a bare-knuckle fighting promotion that launches toward the end of September.@TheMooseNation #noballs huh? Well according to your #bosses I’ll see you in Vegas! @IMPACTWRESTLING it’s #moose #hunting season and The Worlds Most Dangerous Man has his next #victim #godfatherofmma #legend #moosekiller #bareknuckles pic.twitter.com/Z2k32NyLgI
— KEN SHAMROCK (@ShamrockKen) August 24, 2019
Will a chance to see the former WWE Intercontinental champ get more folks to seek out Impact?