Here is News Roundup From AEW and Impact Wrestling. FTR not officially All Elite and EC3 and other released superstar teased for impact wrestling’s Slammiversary next month.
FTR (The Revival) is NOT Officially All Elite!
First news from AEW, as whilst FTR are now appearing on Dynamite, they haven’t made things official.
according to some observers, Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood are on handshake deals with the AEW, as revealed by Harwood during an Instagram live stream. This means that they could take indie dates, but given the global situation, there nowhere else to work right now, as most indie promotions are at least a couple of months away from hosting shows.
Harwood also teased the idea of facing Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows at some point down the road, but given that the OC is under WWE’s 90-day non-compete clause, fans will have to wait until mid-July at the earliest to see these former WWE teams face off again.
EC3 Teased For Impact Wrestling.
Speaking of release WWE Superstar, Impact Wrestling recently teased having former WWE Superstars appear at Slammiversary, and it looks like former 24/7 Champion EC3 is on board.
In a video on Twitter, EC3 revealed himself as the hooded figure on the couch from Impact’s promo, seemingly confirming his eventual return to the Impact Wrestling.
The fact that the former 24/7 Champion used the term ‘Click Bait’, in the tweet he could just be starting the rumor mill once again, but whatever he chooses to do, it’ll likely be his own narrative.
Fans will have to wait and see what happens with EC3 and the other released Superstars, as Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary will take place next month on July 18th.
It is good news for impact wrestling roster as well as released WWE superstars if both parties successfully craked the deal.