LAX didn’t pull down the Impact Tag Team Titles at Slammiversary, but that might have been their last match with the promotion. That’s okay, because they have a lot of interest elsewhere.

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Dave Meltzer reported on F4WOnline that LAX has offers from both AEW and WWE. Therefore, it seems as if Santana and Ortiz could have become free agents during an ideal time in the midst of a pro wrestling war.

From last night’s Impact PPV, the Santana injury was planned out in advance. It was LAX’s last match with the promotion. They have offers from both AEW and WWE.


Both companies are probably offering a great opportunity. However, it’s reasonable to assume that WWE would want LAX to start in NXT where they could likely face a name change.

AEW wants a strong tag team division and the thought of seeing LAX mix it up with The Lucha Brothers for some more programs is a very intriguing idea as well. We also haven’t had the chance to see them face other teams like Private Party and The Best Friends. All of those sound like amazing matches.

Only time will tell what LAX does next, but it wouldn’t surprise us if their next deal is the biggest one they have ever signed in their careers. It will also be very interesting if Konnan is factored into any of those deals.

H Jenkins

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