Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Austin Aries Situation Just a "Worked Shoot"?, Aries Reportedly Working ‘Loose Cannon’ Gimmick

Austin Aries Situation Just a "Worked Shoot"?
Austin Aries no-sold Johhny Impact’s Starship Pain at the conclusion of Bound For Glory on Sunday night and he left the ring after having some words with Don Callis. It was said he’s done with the company, but anything can happen in pro wrestling.

Petey Williams came forward and straight-up said A Double’s contract with Impact Wrestling is done. Therefore it’s logical to assume he’s not coming back. But apparently, that’s not the entire story or at least there are some strong rumors to indicate otherwise.

Joe Peisich of Barnburner’s No Holds Barred podcast said that the situation between Austin Aries and Impact Wrestling might not be 100% over as of right now.
“I have had 3 people who told me this is a worked shoot. Meaning, yes, they portrayed it as him leaving the company and all that but Austin Aries, he’s champion everywhere he goes he has a collection of belts. Look for him to do sort of a Brian Pillman gimmick — fight somewhere else — a loose cannon and then come back in January: ‘Oh you guys thought I was gone, well I’m here and I’m here to take back what I deserve, the Impact Wrestling World Title. So again, I have heard from 3 sources that they’re trying to work a work shoot in Impact Wrestling.”
SEScoops.com‘s Damon Martin is also reporting Aries and Impact are working on the angle that would see Aries show up in other promotions, making it look like he did really ‘walk out’ on Impact after Bound For Glory. According to the report, Impact talent was not told about the finish to Sunday night’s main event. As of now, the plan is for Aries to show up in other promotions before his eventual return as the ‘loose cannon’ character. Aries did not appear at either of Impact’s two TV tapings this week in New York City.

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