How Impact Wrestling got suckered by AEW but are taking advantage of the New Japan's forbidden door?

Impact Wrestling and AEW decided to work together toward the end of December. Even allowing Kenny Omega show up in Impact and been part of the Hard to Kill ppv that had him and Rich Swann the then champion face off in a six man tag match. Forward three months later New Japan Pro Wrestling allowed Juice Robinson and David Findlay to show up in Impact while AEW allowed Jon Moxley to attack Kenta in NJPW Strong. This made Kenta show up in AEW and hit Moxley with GTS as a pay back. Omega won the Impact World title, Fin Juice beat the Good Brother for the Impact World Tag Team titles. And this week AEW announced that Yugi Nagata will face Moxley for the IWGP US title on May 12th on AEW Dynamite. Impact then announced that Bullet Club's own El Phantasmo will be making his debut next Thursday, Is Impact taking advantage of the forbidden door and running with it or this working relationship will be a failure? Is ROH going to join this storyline? Is NWA champ Nick Aldis showing up on Dynamite? Subscribe to The Chokeslam Wrestling Report 🔔 hit that notification 🔔 My Latest Videos! Why a Kenny Omega win over Swann can help Impact Wrestling in the long run? ▶ WWE Breaking News: WWE part ways with Samoan Joe and others! Is this a good or bad move from WWE? ▶ WWE Boss Vince Mcmahon's dislike of Cedric Alexander forced the break up of The Hurt Business? ▶ Also listen to the audio podcast The Chokeslam Wrestling Report On Apple & Spotify! Apple:▶ Spotify:▶ The Chokeslam Wrestling Report is a weekly wrestling podcast that gives you the latest news going on in the world of pro wrestling. Covering all the big and small promotions! #AEW #ImpactWrestling #NewJapanProWrestling

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