Impact Wrestling is full of talent but they might not have room for everyone at this point. With the way they record their television shows in blocks we can get a good idea about who will be used down the line. But it looks like one top tag team might not be seen for a while.
The OGz put over LAX in a feud which really helped Santino and Ortiz out and helped really put them on the map in a much greater sense. Their rivalry seemed to end during the Concrete Jungle Street Fight at Bound For Glory which was an incredibly dangerous thing to watch. But after The OGz put over The Lucha Brothers a short time later, it seems their time with the company could be finished once again.
Mike Johnson commented during PW Insider Elite audio that at this point, The OGz are not being factored into any of Impact Wrestling’s plans for the near future which could mean the end of their current run.

“I don’t understand why they’re not used in a more promiment position that no matter what they’re asked to do they did it well. They did a great job getting over Pentagon Jr and Fenix, they did a good job adding to the legitimacy to LAX and building up LAX and having a great main event featured bout at Bound For Glory.”
“To me, that’s something you reward. That’s something you want to lock into your company and if someone works that hard you want to kinda commit to them but thus far from what I understand according to Impact sources it hasn’t happened and one Impact source confirmed to me that they’re not even booked on the TV tapings in Vegas. I don’t know why. Maybe this is the way they’re being written out of the company for all I know. I hope not but we’ll wait and see.”

Maybe Impact Wrestling will realize the kind of veteran talent they have with Homicide and Hernandez, after all, WWE could be interested in a veteran trainer from Impact Wrestling. But at this point, it doesn’t seem like the OGz will be around much in the future.
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Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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