Rhyno made an appearance on last night’s IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary pay-per-view.
Under a mask, Rhyno made a brief appearance hitting Michael Elgin with his Gore finisher, then left through the crowd.
Rhyno recently stated in an interview with Chris Van Vilet that his contract with WWE expires on July 17, 2019. According to Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet, a WWE source has confirmed that date is his last date under contract with the company. Rhyno turned down a recent offer from WWE for double his salary.
.@MrGMSI_BCage retains the World Championship but CHAOS ERUPTS after the match!
Who is the MASKED MAN?
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) July 8, 2019
Despite appearing at IMPACT’s event last night, WWE is reportedly unlikely to make an issue out of his masked appearance at last night’s PPV.
Spoke to a source in WWE who confirmed Rhyno's WWE contract expires on July 17, but they said the company is unlikely to make an issue out of his masked appearance at Slammiversary over the weekend.
— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) July 8, 2019
According to PWInsider, Rhyno has returned to the company, although it’s unknown what type of deal he will have.