AEW & Impact Partnership should feature more women

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It’s been about seven months since the partnership between All Elite Wrestling and Impact Wrestling began. The partnership is still strong. So far, we’ve seen Kenny Omega defeating Rich Swan to capture the Impact and TNA world championships which made Omega holding four belts at the same time since he already has the AEW world title and the AAA Mega Championship.

We also saw Private Party going after the Impact tag team championships, the Good Brothers appearing on AEW Dynamite, Moose and Omega headlining an Impact PPV at Daily’s Place (the home of AEW during the pandemic) and etc. The one thing that hasn’t happen a lot that needs to happen more is the women from their respective companies to wrestle each other.

So far, we saw Thunder Rosa appearing at Slammiversary to challenge the Impact women’s champion Deonna Purrazzo. This could be the beginning of more to come especially with Mickie James returning to Impact.

She came back to Impact at Slammiversary because she wanted to invite Purrazzo to NWA Empowerr. This is where we can have more AEW vs Impact women’s matches. They will also face each other at Empowerr. This show could start a program between a wrester from AEW and another wrestler from Impact.

Impact’s next big PPV Bound for Glory will also feature talents from AEW, New Japan Pro Wrestling, NWA, and AAA. We could more matches from the women in their respective companies against each other. NJPW is excluded from this because they don’t have women on their roster.

Featuring more women during the partnership is a good thing. This gives the audience fresh matches from both companies. Some could be matches that we haven’t seen in a while and some could be the first time ever.

Just think of the matches we could potentially get. Purrazzo vs AEW women’s champion Britt Baker, Thunder Rosa vs Chelsea Green, Rhio vs Rose Mary, Gail Kim (depending on if she wants to wrestle again) vs Hikurdo Shida and etc.

This will boost interests from both sides. Both women’s divisions are good but not good enough to be at the level of NXT’s women’s division. The crossover appeal will get wrestling fans more interest in women’s wrestling and they can be in the level as NXT maybe even WWE if you want to combine their roster.

Competitions make an event interesting and entertaining. The partnership can be a friendly competition between both companies of who has the better roster. They could even do a PPV based on that concept with both the men’s and women’s roster and it will be a success.

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Despite both AEW and Impact having a good women’s roster, they can not compete with WWE due to their resources unless both Impact and AEW expand their current partnership to the women. This will attract wrestling fans who don’t watch Impact and AEW. It will also attract the ones who rarely watch both products.