Latest on Austin Aries, Reason For World Cup, Alberto on Impact?

Impact Wrestling has gotten the wrestling world buzzing after Austin Aries no-sold the finish to his main event match against Johnny Impact for the Impact World Championship at Bound for Glory this past weekend. Petey Williams later claimed on his podcast that Aries had left Impact completely after the show and that he is not scheduled to compete for the promotion going forward. According to SEScoops, the plan is for Aries to take on a ‘loose cannon’ gimmick, and he may even be appearing in other promotions like ROH to sell that he is really finished with Impact. After a couple of weeks or so, Austin Aries is set to eventually make his return to Impact Wrestling and likely challenge Impact again for his world title.
One of the matches announced for the Crown Jewel event that WWE will be hosting in Saudi Arabia next month is a “WWE World Cup” match, which will see eight competitors fight in a tournament. Why has WWE decided to hold their first-ever World Cup tournament all of a sudden? According to Wrestling Observer Radio, it all stems from a conflict between Saudi Arabia and the nation of Qatar. The FIFA World Cup will be coming to Qatar in 2022, which the Saudis attempted to bid for but lost. As a result, Saudi officials requested that WWE host a World Cup tournament of their own when they come back to the nation later this year. WWE’s Crown Jewel event will be taking place on November 2nd.
Alberto El Patron has already announced that he will be competing in a few MMA fights soon, but it appears that his pro wrestling career may not be completely finished. A few reports online have been claiming that Impact Wrestling is considering bringing back the controversial former world champion at some point in the near future. Impact Wrestling released Alberto earlier this year when he no-showed a few events that he had been scheduled for, but management reportedly feels as if his personal issues are past him now. On the other hand, Ringside News says that these statements are false and Alberto won’t be coming back to Impact Wrestling for now. Stay tuned for the latest updates on Alberto’s status with Impact Wrestling.

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