Kenny Omega Launches Website; Talks About If AEW Didn't Exist He Would Have Gone To IMPACT Wrestling
All Elite Wrestling executive vice president and current number one contender to Jon Moxley’s AEW World Championship Kenny Omega has launched his own website:
The website says history will be made at 12am EST on Friday, November 27. It gives readers the option to subscribe to the website, teasing: “Will you be one of the 5,000?”
The next clue will drop at 12am EST on Tuesday, November 17.
The website includes links to AEW’s website, AEW Games’ website, Being The Elite’s YouTube channel, Omega’s merchandise and Omega’s Twitter.
Meanwhile, Impact Wrestling executive vice president Don Callis revealed he believes Kenny Omega would have signed with Impact Wrestling if All Elite Wrestling had not been formed in an interview with Fight Game Media.
Omega signed a four-year deal with AEW as a wrestler and executive vice president in February 2019, but if not for Tony Khan’s upstart promotion, Callis believes Omega would have signed with Impact.
Callis said, “I’ll say this: If AEW had not come into play…Kenny Omega would have come into Impact Wrestling. Not that he ever agreed to it, but it’s something that Scott D’Amore and I would have made happen.”
Omega’s deal would have reportedly seen him work approximately 30 dates per year with Impact while continuing to tour with New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Callis famously helped broker Omega and Jericho’s match at Wrestle Kingdom 12. Callis also served as a guest color commentator for Omega’s match against “Hangman” Adam Page at last week’s Full Gear pay-per-view.