More details have come to light regarding rumors that the relationship between AEW and IMPACT Wrestling has reached its end.
This started being speculated after AEW’s Christian Cage dropped the IMPACT World Championship to Josh Alexander (who then dropped it to Moose straight after) at Bound For Glory last weekend.
Dave Meltzer reports in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Cage won’t be getting a rematch, and no-one from AEW is looking at challenging Moose for the title.
When asked whether IMPACT’s Good Brothers tag team, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson, would be brought back to AEW TV after being missing from the Elite for several weeks, Tony Khan didn’t answer.
Meltzer reported that an IMPACT source said:
“It’s getting talked about like that but not quite accurate. Cage dropping the title at BFG was the end of the story that started last December. That was the plan since the spring. Door is open to do more but nothing planned for short-term.”
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