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There is no lack of elite talent in the wrestling industry today, but one of the brightest stars more fans need to be talking about is Impact Wrestling’s Eli Drake.

While Impact Wrestling has been undergoing major changes behind the scenes and on camera, one of the consistently great parts of the show each week has been the performance of Drake on the mic and in the ring.

In a recent interview promoting Impact Wrestling Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on Pop TV, Drake spoke to Ring Rust Radio about his perception of the changes to the company, the departure of the Hardy Boyz and the origin story surrounding the popular “Dummy, Yeah!” saying.

In January, Anthem Sports & Entertainment announced an agreement to acquire a majority interest in TNA Impact Wrestling. Following the change in ownership, several on-screen talents departed from the company and new faces were brought in to replace them.

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