Former WWE Star Fandango (now known as Dirty Dango), who got into the professional wrestling business in 1999 and signed a developmental deal with WWE’s territorial wrestling company Deep South Wrestling in 2006, made an announcement in March 2020 that he would retire from in-ring competition in a couple of months and that this would be his goodbye forever.
It seems that the former WWE Star has not retired from in-ring competition as of yet as it was stated by PWInsider.com that Dirty Dango has signed a contract with IMPACT Wrestling. Dango, who got a major push in the WWE during his first few months on the main roster in 2013, which includes a big win over pro wrestling legend Chris Jericho at WrestleMania 29, made his IMPACT Wrestling debut at their Bound For Glory Event this past October when he answered Brian Myers’ open challenge for the IMPACT Digital Media Championship.
You can check out the tweet below:
IT'S DIRTY DANGO!!@DirtyDangoCurty #BoundForGlory pic.twitter.com/TMwAk7UcRx— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) October 7, 2022