On this week’s AEW Dynamite, the main event of the Revolution PPV was revealed. The stipulation will be hugely exciting to fans of 90s deathmatch wrestling.
On this week’s episode of Dynamite, AEW announced that their Beach Break special will see Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley face off in a huge six man tag main event.
Last night on AEW’s New Year’s Smash Night 1, we saw a reunion between former members of NJPW faction, The Bullet Club
Impact Wrestling Executive Scott D’Amore has given his take on whether his partner Don Callis will be leaving for AEW.
This week’s AEW Dynamite closed with the announcement that ‘The Cleaner’ will have to put his title on the line before the end of 2020.
One of the most popular factions in wrestling has returned, as Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers came together on last night’s Impact.
A big night for Impact as ‘The Cleaner’ returns, the Knockouts Tag Tournament continues and much more.
The Main Event of next week’s Dyanmite has been announced along with a full updated card
It appears that ‘The Cleaner’ may be making more than just the one appearance for Impact, and potentially even more than just this coming Tuesday.
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?
Kenny Omega became the new AEW World Champion following a controversial win over Jon Moxley in the main event of the superb AEW Dynamite: Winter Is Coming.
Having an illustrious around the world but particularly in the US and Japan, ‘The Cleaner’ comments on one of his proudest moments.
AEW EVP Kenny Omega addresses the current state of the AEW Women’s Division in an interview with the Wrestling Observer.