Report: No Plans For AEW & IMPACT Wrestling To Work Together In Near Future
No plans for the time being
The working relationship between All Elite Wrestling and IMPACT has come to an end for the time being, according to a new report.
Reports following the October 23 Bound For Glory pay-per-view noted the working relationship was finished and Dave Meltzer noted in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that IMPACT and AEW wouldn't be working together in the near future.
An individual within IMPACT told Meltzer: "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."
There are also no plans for Christian Cage to challenge for the IMPACT World Title he lost at Bound For Glory, nor will anyone else from AEW face Moose for the gold.
AEW and IMPACT started working together in December 2020 when Kenny Omega won the AEW World Title with help from Don Callis and then turned up on IMPACT TV a few days later. Both promotions then exchanged talent over the next several months, including The Good Brothers, Private Party and Matt Hardy, and AEW talents Kenny Omega and Christian Cage enjoyed reigns as IMPACT World Champion.