It would be a big change. The Wednesday Night Wars are coming to an end and that is a bit of a shame for wrestling fans. There have been some great moments between the two promotions, as NXT and AEW Dynamite have gone head to head for over a year and a half. NXT is moving, but there are still going to be some back and forth shots between the shows. We might be seeing something else go back and forth as well.

One of the most interesting parts of the Monday Night Wars was seeing a wrestler jump to the other promotion. It was fascinating to see who might wind up where, as you had all kinds of options and possibilities. That might not be as common these days, but things can change as time goes on. As it turns out, it could be something that is changing sooner than you might expect.

According to Wrestling Observer Radio, some AEW wrestlers will likely jump to WWE and vice versa when their contracts expire. However, all notable AEW starts originally signed multiple year contracts, meaning that the earliest any of them could leave it late 2022. There is nothing to suggest any specific names moving, as things could still change by the time their contracts are up.

The AEW roster is rather stacked. Check out some of their bigger signings:


Paul Wight Makes Some Big Promises in His AEW Debut | AEW Dynamite

FTR Has Officially Signed with AEW | AEW Dynamite, 7/29/20

Opinion: This is something that you have to know is coming and that makes it all the more fascinating. With so many names possibly being able to jump, it could be interesting to see who goes where when they are able to. It makes for some fascinating moves and moments, as almost anyone could wind up on another show at any given time. That is still a ways off, but it could certainly make for some fun times.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

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