Sapolsky Signs with WWE, Impact Changes the Ring, Omega is All In
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Gabe Sapolsky is often cited as one of the most creative and innovative minds in professional wrestling these days. It's no secret that WWE and Sapolsky have had a very close relationship over the years, and it's been reported in the past that Gabe has even been working on recent NXT tapings. After all this time, PWInsider has reported that Gabe Sapolsky will be signing a contract with WWE soon as a consultant for the company. The report mentions that he will be maintaining his current position and responsibilities with WWNLive. We can now expect to see Gabe Sapolsky's influence continue to be explored on NXT for several future episodes to come.
Impact Wrestling has undergone several changes over the years. One aspect that fans can almost guarantee will remain with Impact is their six-sided ring. Aside from a few years which saw the company use a four-sided ring, the six-sided ring has become closely linked with Impact. However, episodes of Impact will be taped in Universal Studios Florida in Orlando later tonight, and fan photos have revealed that the company will be going back to using a four-sided ring once again. Tonight's tapings fall under the new regime of Don Callis, Scott D'Amore, and Ed Nordholm. One side of ring apron seems to suggest a possible partnership with Twitch as well, but nothing has been confirmed as of yet.
After several weeks of speculation, Cody Rhodes and the Young Bucks recently confirmed that their planned "All In" event will be taking place on September 1st. The show, which aims to reach an attendance of over 10,000 people, will have no choice but to be loaded with some of the biggest independent wrestling stars today. Bullet Club members Adam Page and Marty Scurll have confirmed that they will be joining the show, however, a major star just announced that he is "All In." Kenny Omega took to Twitter recently to confirm that he will indeed be appearing on the potentially game-changing show later on this year.