Impact Players

Impact Players

The Impact Players were a professional wrestling stable in Extreme Championship Wrestling that was composed of Lance Storm and Justin Credible.

Read more about Impact Players:  History, Members, Championships and Accomplishments

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Justin Credible - Professional Wrestling Career - Extreme Championship Wrestling (1997–2001)
... After that, Polaco aligned himself with his mentor Lance Storm, forming a tag team, the Impact Players ... The Impact Players had them first shot for the ECW World Tag team Championship on October 23, 1999 against Raven and Tommy Dreamer, but the match ended without a winner ... The Impact Players regained the titles at Living Dangerously after defeated Tanaka and Dreamer and Mike Awesome and Raven ...
Rugby 08 - Impact Players
35% including increased turnovers, a perk which most players consider irritating in two-player multiplayer mode ...
Rugby 06 - Features - Impact Players
... Impact/Star players, are players in the game that could potentially turn a match in the player's favour ... These player are the best in-game in their specialised area ... Impact players are highlighted in game with a star above their heads ...
Masato Tanaka - Career - Extreme Championship Wrestling (1998–2000)
... Dreamer and Tanaka defeated the Impact Players for the ECW World Tag Team Championship on February 26, 2000 in Cincinnati, but lost them to Mike Awesome and Raven on March 4, 2000 at The ECW Arena ... facing ECW World Tag Team Champions Mike Awesome and Raven and the Impact Players ... team titles, but lost the match after Dreamer was pinned by the Impact Players ...

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