As first reported by Wrestling Inc. on Tuesday, IMPACT Wrestling has confirmed that former Decay member Crazzy Steve has signed with IMPACT Wrestling and officially returned to the company on-going. He had returned to IMPACT at Rebellion on April 21, 2020, as the surprise partner of Rhino and Tommy Dreamer, helping pick up the win over oVe‘s Madman Fulton and the Crist Brothers, Dave & Jake. With Tuesday’s announcement, it confirms that his appearance at Rebellion was more than a one-shot.
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Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Crazzy Steve began his wrestling journey in 2003 in the Canadian independents, such as Great Canadian Wrestling (GCW), New School Wrestling (NSW), Pure Wrestling Association (PWA), and IMPACT Executive VP Scott D’Amore‘s Border City Wrestling (BCW).
In 2014, he debuted with Total Nonstop Action (TNA) as part of The Menagerie, a circus sideshow stable that also included Knux (former WWE Superstar Mike Knox), Freak (Rob Terry), and former Knockout Rebel. The stable lasted under Knux’s departure from TNA in May of 2015, and Crazzy Steve moved into singles action in the X-Division, competing in the 2015 World Cup on Team Hardy.
In January of 2016, he paired up with former World Champion Abyss, attacking TNA World Tag Team Champions The Wolves (Davey Richards & Eddie Edwards), announcing their new union. The following week, Rosemary made her TNA debut and was revealed as the third member of the unit, now named Decay. Decay would go on to become a scourge in TNA, with Abyss & Crazzy Steve capturing the TNA World Tag Team titles that March for a 197-day reign as champions, while Rosemary would become TNA Knockouts Champion that October for 266-days. In December, they would join the Broken Universe as part of the Tag Team Apocalypto on Total Nonstop Deletion. In early 2017, Decay began to face some of the new faces of IMPACT’s tag team division, Reno Scum and the new LAX (Santana & Ortiz), but after back-to-back losses to LAX, Decay was dismantled in April. While Abyss and Rosemary remained with the company going forward, Steve left IMPACT.
He would have a WWE tryout that June but has since remained working on the international indies, including House of Hardcore, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), Renegade Wrestling Alliance (RWA), and others, as well as Southside Wrestling Entertainment (SWE) in England. He appeared for the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) at their 2018 70th Anniversary PPV, teaming with Shannon Moore against War Kings (Jax Dane & Crimson). Despite their “funeral” on IMPACT, Steve also continued to work with his partners in Decay at indie events on occasion.
Crazzy Steve is now back in IMPACT Wrestling and it will be interesting to see if he crosses path with Rosemary once again or takes an entirely new twisted journey.
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