Brian Cage Reportedly Pulled From Appearing At AEW PPV By Impact


Brian Cage was almost a surprise at AEW's Double or Nothing PPV recently.

Brian Cage is reported to have been backstage at AEW‘s Double or Nothing PPV in Las Vegas and was ready to appear. According to a report from PW Insider, Cage was only prevented from doing so by Impact Wrestling.

He was slated to participate in the Casino Battle Royale.

“Cage was backstage at the PPV and prepared to compete in the match but when Impact Wrestling officials learned he was there, they contacted Cage and informed him he could not appear due to his Impact deal,” the report reads.

Brian Cage On Impact Wrestling Working With Other Promotions

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Cage recently took part in an interview on the WINCLY podcast and discussed talent-sharing agreements. He said he’d like to see promotions such as AEW, Impact, and Ring of Honor do more to work together.

“Essentially, everyone in the pro wrestling business is in the business together. We’re all trying to make money and WWE is obviously the global conglomerate and has the stronghold on everything. I feel like everyone who’s competing against each other and them, if everyone would work together, we would present way more possibilities as far as matches and storylines,” said Cage.

Cage is scheduled to defend his Impact World Championship next against Michael Elgin. Elgin will challenge Cage at the Slammiversary PPV on July 7th.