Tony Khan has provided an update on the relationship between AEW and IMPACT, following reports that their partnership has ended.
Ahead of Bound for Glory, Ringside News stated that there were plans for the forbidden door between the two promotions to be shut following the October 23 pay-per-view.
During the event, AEW’s Christian Cage lost the IMPACT World Championship. An IMPACT source later revealed that there were no plans for Cage to have a rematch, and that IMPACT and AEW didn’t have anything pencilled in for short term.
On Wrestling Observer Live, Tony Khan explained that he doesn’t currently have anything booked with IMPACT, but noted that the door is still open to work with the company in the future.
AEW is preparing for Full Gear on November 13. On the show, Kenny Omega will defend his AEW World Championship against Hangman Page. The finals of the AEW World Championship Eliminator tournament will also take place on the pay-per-view.
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