The most exciting thing in professional wrestling at the moment is Kenny Omega & Don Callis bridging the gap between All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and Impact Wrestling. We’ve seen Impact Wrestling Tag Team Champions Gallows & Anderson wrestle on AEW, and Kenny Omega was in the main event of Hard To Kill. Even Matt Hardy returned to Impact Wrestling with his proteges, Private Party, who are the #1 contenders for Gallows & Anderson now!
Things might get even more interesting, as AEW just started the process to trademark “Battle Of The Belts”. This was a name used for a few Supercards in the Florida Territory back in the day with the NWA. The first Battle of the Belts happened in 1985 and saw Ric Flair defend the NWA World Heavyweight Championship against Wahoo McDaniel in the main event. Now, AEW is looking to bring this back, and with the current climate: this could be a future AEW vs. Impact Wrestling special.
Battle Of The Belts Could Be A Huge Episode Of AEW Dynamite
One of the best parts of AEW, is that they don’t over rely on the PPV structure for events. We get Revolution, Double Or Nothing, All Out and Full Gear. That’s it, with the rest of their big shows just being big episodes of AEW Dynamite. We’re currently on the build to Beach Break, the latest Dynamite special, which plants more seeds in the AEW vs. Impact Wrestling feud with the main event of Kenny Omega, Gallows & Anderson vs. Jon Moxley, Rey Fenix and PAC.
This makes it possible that Battle Of The Belts might just be a big crossover episode of Dynamite. A card could look something like this. Impact Wrestling Tag Team Champions Gallows & Anderson vs. AEW Tag Team Champions Young Bucks. Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo vs. AEW World Women’s Champion Hikaru Shida. X Division Champion Manik (TJP) vs. TNT Champion Darby Allin. TNA Champion Moose vs. FTW Champion Brian Cage. Impact World Champion Rich Swann vs. AEW World Champion Kenny Omega.
It would be absolutely insane. Champion vs. champion matches are always intense, and pulling off a card like that would only strengthen relations between AEW & Impact Wrestling.
Would you want to see AEW’s champions clash with Impact Wrestling’s champions? Who would win the current champion vs. champion matches? Let us know what you think in the comment section down below.
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