“It was LAX’s last match with the promotion.” Dave Meltzer said on Wrestling Observer Radio.
Meltzer added, “They have offers. I don’t know which side they are going with but they have offers from both AEW and WWE. They’ve been recruited very heavily by WWE. I know that there is an offer from AEW. I don’t know which one they are going with. I would say AEW is in the lead but that doesn’t mean that’s where they are going.”
LAX dropped the Impact Wrestling Tag Team Titles on Saturday night to The North (Ethan Page and Josh Alexander) and then lost at Slammiversary.
For anyone wondering, the injury to Santana at Slammiversary was an angle and he is doing fine.
It’s still possible that LAX could be used at the next TV tapings. Impact would like to sign them to new contracts but they have not been able to do so as of yet.
WWE may offer big money to get them but All Elite Wrestling is putting more emphasis on tag team wrestling so that could tempt them to go there instead of WWE.