Over the weekend at the All Glory event, Impact Wrestling announced that TNA will be returning for one-night-only with a show over WrestleMania weekend in April 2020.
Following the news breaking, AEW Executive Vice Presidents Matt and Nick Jackson teased an appearance at the TNA show next year.
The Young Bucks performed in TNA as Generation Me at the early stages of their careers, and the pair teased that they would be wrestling for the promotion once again.
Speaking to ProWrestling, Impact Wrestling Executive Vice President Scott D’Amore spoke about inviting the Jackson brothers to the show:
“There’s always going to be a polarizing effect of TNA, but the fact is, for a lot of us, there’s a lot of great memories of it. So, for one night, let’s relive the positive memories of TNA.”
“And let’s leave all the other stuff in the back. Let’s remember the positive times that made us love some of those moments in TNA. Matt & Nick Jackson are two cool dudes. They, like all of us, are wrestling fans. When they tweeted the photo of them with the TNA logo, how could I not respond?”
“Certainly, the door is open on our end if they want to come in. No politics, no BS, just wrestling. Sometimes we can’t do that, but if it’s possible and Matt & Nick want to come down”.
Scott then turned his attention to current WWE stars Robert Roode and AJ Styles, both of whom wrestled for TNA for several years before joining WWE:
“If somebody in the tower wanted to let Bobby Roode do a Team Canada reunion or [AJ Styles] come back to where he was the face originally, then the doors are open.”
While I wouldn’t be too surprised to see The Young Bucks appear at the Impact Wrestling show, I certainly do not expect Vince McMahon to allow Roode and Styles to appear at the show.
Stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com for Impact Wrestling’s plans for the TNA show.