WWE extends its collaborations with other companies

TNA and WWE continue their twinning with new crossovers soon

by Simone Brugnoli
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WWE extends its collaborations with other companies
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In recent weeks and months we have seen several well-known faces of WWE and TNA appear in the ring of the opposite company, with the federation of Stamford in fact decided to start a real collaboration with TNA, after years in which the two companies have seen themselves only as bitter rivals.

After seeing the surprise appearance of Jordynne Grace, knockout champion in the Royal Rumble earlier this year, a few weeks ago we saw the massive athlete in the NXT ring, Jordynne turned out to be Ava’s surprise challenger for NXT champion Roxanne Perez.

After watching Jordynne Grace’s two matches in the WWE ring, we also saw several NXT superstars appear in the IMPACT ring, with Charlie Dempsey, Izzi Dame showing up at some of TNA’s shows. Apparently, this twinning seems to have been prolific for both companies, so much so that both parties would like to continue to carry it on in the coming months, as reported in recent hours by the well-known Fightful Select, with its journalists who said just a few hours ago: "You could say that NXT has now become a common ground for external guests at this point, because some internal sources report that the company wants to stage multiple crossovers in the coming weeks, both on one side and the other".

TNA and WWE continue their twinning

A few days ago the WWE announced that NXT Great American Bash will return Tuesday August 6th live obviously from the Performance Center as a special episode, although there will be for Americans a small variation because it will go live on syfy instead of USA Network since on the second broadcaster there will be the Olympics.

So back on stage what was once an exclusive ppv for Friday Night SmackDown, with the WWE in recent years has revived the old ppv that was of WCW, to dedicate it entirely to NXT.

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