Tommy Dreamer, speaking on behalf of Anthem Sports, has shifted the power in Impact Wrestling and confirmed the main event for this year’s Slammiversary.
It is little shock that it seems Don Callis was only present for the first of the last four days of IMPACT Wrestling tapings, and will now be concentrating on his on-screen role.
It is being reported that Don Callis may be winding down his Vice President role in IMPACT Wrestling amidst his on-screen role managing Kenny Omega.
Impact Wrestling Executive Scott D’Amore has given his take on whether his partner Don Callis will be leaving for AEW.
As well as Kenny Omega, Tony Khan and Tony Schiavone appeared on Impact this week, taking part in a ‘paid advertisement’.
Whilst it seems that the partnership between AEW and Impact is set to be short-lived, it seems plans are in place for Impact stars to appear in Jacksonville.
Following events on week’s AEW Dynamite, it seems clearer than ever that AEW and Impact Wrestling are working together. The question is, why?
It would seem AEW are even more open to working relationships than we may have first thought, as an Impact Executive was on hand at Full Gear.