Various: Impact Allegedly Tried to Break Up MLW’s Partnerships, AEW News, Indies

MLW Alleging Impact Wrestling Attempted to Break Up Their Partnerships with Other Promotions

Major League Wrestling officials reportedly feel that Impact Wrestling has been recently attempting to break up their partnerships with other companies, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Dave Meltzer reported in this week’s issue that MLW officials have felt that Impact officials tried to break up their partnership with Pro Wrestling NOAH and attempted to do the same with Lucha Libre AAA. Meltzer reported that the latter attempt was unsuccessful due to both AAA’s Konnan and Laredo Kid appearing at a recent MLW event.

Impact Wrestling currently also has a partnership with AAA.

All Elite Wrestling News & Notes

Chris Jericho reportedly generated around 2,100 for the total paid attendance of his Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager at Sea cruise that took place last month, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. This cruise featured a television taping of AEW Dynamite which aired on January 22nd on TNT.

AEW generated 4,800 for the attendance of their January 29th episode of Dynamite in Clevaland, Ohio and 2,900 for the attendance of their February 5th episode in Huntsville, Alabama, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

AEW announced that they have recently partnered with the Atlanta chapter of the American Heart Association. AEW also announced that from now till February 14th, they will be giving away two free tickets for their February 19th television tapings in Atlanta, Georgia to those who donate at least $50 to the charity.

Misc. Wrestling News & Notes

Game Changer Wrestling and Joey Janela are currently targeting a paid attendance goal of over 4,000 for their Joey Janela Spring Break IV event on April 3rd at the Cuban Club in Ybor City, Florida, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

WrestleCon announced that Kenny Omega will be making an appearance for the company at their WrestleCon 2020 convention on on April 3rd in Tampa, Florida.

Major League Wrestling reportedly are currently working on plans to hold an event in Toronto, Canada within the near future and are currently in talks with a United Kingdom-based concert promoter for an event this fall in the country, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Black Label Pro Wrestling announced a new match for the card of their Threat Level Midnight event on April 3rd in Ybor City, Florida:
– Violence is Forever (Dominic Garrini & Kevin Ku) vs. Jordynne Grace & Leyla Hirsch