If you ask Joseph Park to describe himself, he may tell you that he is one of the most esteemed lawyers in the books, and a well-trained wrestler outside of the courtroom. Many would object, however, describing Park as a jack of all trades, master of none. We watched him make his first appearance on IMPACT Wrestling in March 2012 when he came looking for his brother Abyss after The Monster’s disappearance. It was believed by many that Bully Ray was the number one suspect to blame for why Abyss was no longer around. We watched as Joseph Park eventually became a wrestler, making appearances on many IMPACT Wrestling events. In January 2013 after many months of training Joseph Park went on to defeat Robbie E in his first ever televised match.
Joseph Park made a name for himself around the IMPACT Wrestling locker room as he competed in matches that were entertaining at the very least, but one thing is for sure, Joseph Park is best at being a lawyer. Thursday night on IMPACT Wrestling, Joseph Park jumped back into what he learned in law school and did the impossible by getting Jeremy Borash reinstated and positioned back at the announce table. Not only did he pull strings to make the unimaginable happen, he walked into the IMPACT Zone with confidence and a thing or two to say to Josh Mathews.
Joseph Park let it be known that he wants to fight Josh Mathews and a partner of his choice at Slammiversary on July 2. He told Josh that Jeremy also wants to fight, even if he was stretching the truth. But the
burning question is, will this match ever take place? Will Jeremy agree? Will Josh Mathews agree? Who will be Josh’s partner? Stay close to IMPACT Wrestling throughout the coming weeks as this dramatic scene continues to unfold.
A broadcast journalism graduate from The University of Mississippi, McKenzie utilizes her professional skills through writing and on air hosting. She is currently the female backstage interviewer for IMPACT Wrestling.