After Impact Executive Vice-President Don Callis helped AEW Executive Vice-President Kenny Omega win the AEW World championship from Jon Moxley, the two Winnipeggers raced out of Daily’s Place. They fled past an irate Tony Khan, then told a befuddled Alex Marvez to tune into Impact on Tuesday to learn more about the shocking end of Dynamite’s Winter is Coming special.
Callis and the Anthem-owned promotion are wisely already making the most of their moment in the sun, playing up the kayfabe angle and promoting their presumably real partnership with All Elite:
Tuesdays are the new Wednesdays! https://t.co/hGkDmkDOMS— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) December 3, 2020
Impact talent is getting in on the hype:
And at least one pair of AEW stars are calling their teams’ shot for crossover dream matches:
The North.— Dax FTR (@DaxFTR) December 3, 2020
MCMG— CASH (@CashWheelerFTR) December 3, 2020
Where do we go from here? Onto AXS or Twitch Tues., Dec. 8 at 8 p.m. Eastern, for starters.
Where do you want to see this storyline and business arrangement take us, though? Will we find out that a member of the Impact roster attacked Mox a couple weeks back? Could it be these Bullet Club buds?
Should we expect to see talent from each company crossing over on a weekly basis? What Impact vs. AEW match-ups would you want to see if we are getting an invasion angle?
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