"I'm upset. Clearly. This sucks," Galloway told ImpactWrestling.com "I love nothing more than wrestling and this is a match that will make history. The fact that it was against Aron Rex made it even sweeter. I'll be watching this match closely from the Impact Zone. Aron Rex got lucky. No one can keep me from being there on Sunday."
It was noted that there is no timetable for Galloway's return, and an announcement will be made on Sunday for an opponent for Aron Rex.
Eddie Edwards, a former two-time X-Division Champion and five-time TNA tag team champion, will replace Galloway in his match against Aron Rex (former WWE Superstar Damien Sandow) to crown the first ever Impact Grand Championship.
- It appears as if the PPV and television tapings will be taking place as scheduled. While nothing has been announced regarding a sale of the company, Dixie Carter posted the following on Twitter today:
I don't make it a habit to reply to speculation, but I'll say if you're close to Orlando this Sun-Sat YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THESE TAPINGS!
— Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) September 30, 2016