3 Reasons you should watch Impact every week

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Impact Wrestling airs on Tuesday nights, and the company has grown leaps and bounds over the past couple of years. The promotion raised the stakes and stocks when they started working alongside All Elite Wrestling.  The promotions have agreed to use talent across both shows which build interest in who will show up when. This creates an immediate level of excitement around Impact that was missing before. Here are three reasons why we should watch Impact Wrestling each week.

Impact Wrestling pushes deserving stars instead of the same names each week

Impact Wrestling has made it a point to support and push superstars that have the skills to make it big in the wrestling business. It is one aspect that WWE ignored when the talent was working with them. EC3 and Eric Young are two superstars that didn’t get the TV time expected in relation to their talent. Ethan Carter III moved to Raw only to get a 24/7 Championship to him during his time on the red brand before being released.

The same happened with The Good Brothers who never got an opportunity to showcase their skills but are getting the desired work. The list is a long one, but we know what we can count on during Impact Wrestling weekly. Deonna Purrazzo is perhaps the biggest example of a star that WWE completely missed on but immediately showed the industry that she’s more than capable of performing at a high level once she joined the Impact brand. The list will not stop here, but Impact continues to give opportunities to the right names instead of pushing the same acts in front of fans in hopes to pop a rating.

Effective Storylines

If there is one thing that the WWE needs to work on, then it’s the work required to showcase storylines. We have seen how WWE brings in legends to complete a 3-hour program and a person of Goldberg’s age to compete for the coveted WWE Championship.

WWE has not served but instead swerved people with its storytelling, and that is something you won’t see on Impact Wrestling Television. Impact Wrestling has made room for creative stories and gave a new meaning to storytelling as it gives the fans something to cheer about weekly. WWE is losing the grip while Impact Wrestling is building on the storytelling experience.

Pushing Boundaries and Opening Avenues

Impact Wrestling has grown its userbase because of its new deal with All Elite Wrestling where superstars switch program days and Impact Wrestling, or its partner is not buying it off to put itself over. WWE bought WCW and ECW but didn’t let the companies work on their own accord. The new change is helping both companies strive and thrive for compelling content. It also helps the superstars grow in the process.

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All Elite Wrestling and Impact Wrestling are working as a unit to provide the best entertainment to the fans, and it adds to the work we get to see every week on television. Kenny Omega’s heist to win the title and then association with The Good Brothers has been an exciting decision. It also helps superstars rise to the occasion as well as enhance their reach.