Impact Wrestling Comments on Recent Meeting With WWE

As previously reported, WWE and Impact Wrestling Officials held a meeting in Stamford, CT last month to sort of open the lines of communication in working together. WWE reportedly initiated the meeting and Impact obliged though they made it clear that they were not there to sell the promotion or any of its assets. It was also reported that the meeting was said to show that the two companies are no longer “enemies” and are likely eager to work together. Impact Wrestling Executive Scott D’Amore recently had this to say on the Wrestling Perspectives podcast:
“Since the beginning of the year, we’ve done three content deals with WWE. We did the Hardys documentary deal to supply footage to them. We did a deal to supply footage for AJ Styles and Kurt Angle for Table for 3 and we provided footage for Bruce Pritchard’s podcast on the Network. I think WWE is seeing that this is a different day for Impact Wrestling and I think, maybe, on the most minute levels, they see they that it’s a different day in wrestling. There was a meeting, we got together, we talked, and it was nice to be face-to-face and saying hello. It’s 2018, it’s a whole different world and there’s no reason why people should not communicate. There’s really no agenda to it. It’s how the business is now, which is tremendous. It’s good for us, not just to make a little scratch for providing the footage but, more than that, it’s the promotion they give us having it on their Network. That’s something that would not have happened two years ago. Finally we stopped with that old school wrestling BS where, ‘Oh, you’re with him. You can’t do nothing with us.’ Everybody benefits if there’s communication and little bit of respect.”

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