Everyone in the pro wrestling world is buzzing about the upcoming “Wednesday Night War” between All Elite Wrestling’s weekly show on TNT and World Wrestling Entertainment’s weekly show NXT making the move from the WWE Network to the USA Network
Unfortunately, there’s only one thing that’s certain about wars – casualties. In the upcoming war between AEW and WWE, promotions like Impact only have one focus: making sure they are not one of those casualties.
How do you do that when you don’t have the money and resources to compete with the increasingly high pay scale of the wrestlers that is coming with this war, as both sides hand out big-money contracts like Pez candies (great for the talent, for the promotions not being backed by billionaires, not so much)?
Well, there’s a few things that I hope Impact will look at and consider:
Impact Wrestling airs from California this week with their latest TV special on Pursuit and Twitch. Headlined by a massive confrontation, this is a show you probably don't want to miss.
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