Sammy Guevara was slated to work with Impact Wrestling as part of the company’s partnership with AEW. This was supposed to be during the time when Guevara “quit” the Inner Circle, but he just stayed off television for a few weeks instead.

Impact Wrestling had a plan for Guevara, but he suggested something else. Others who knew the plan didn’t blame Sammy for wanting to go a different direction. In the end, Impact Wrestling told Guevara to not even show up despite the fact that he caught a flight to make the tapings.

While speaking to Fightful, Guevara opened up about the situation. Plenty of stories came out about what happened, but The Spanish God says that they all came from one side. He didn’t want that business out there, but it is what it is.

“It’s business at the end of the day. What was presented, I didn’t see it working for me. I still wish nothing but the best for IMPACT and everybody there. I didn’t put no information out online and I know there’s only a certain amount of people that knew certain information, so the information that was put out online is only coming from one side.”

“I wish we could have kept it more close-knit instead of having to make it everybody’s business, because I feel like it wasn’t necessary for everybody to know any of this stuff. So that’s why I started trolling on the vlog, and certain things are coming out where I’m like, ‘Yo, this is not true at all’. So, don’t believe everything you read online. But hey man, it is what it is. We all could have handled things better, but that’s life in general man. You live, you learn, you grow and you go.”

“I have a lot of friends over there too, like Trey Miguel, Ace Austin, there’s plenty of dudes over there that I’d love to wrestle, I’ve wrestled before on independents, like we were all on similar shows together not very long ago. So either it’s gonna happen over there (IMPACT), it’s gonna happen here (AEW), or it’s gonna happen at a random show somewhere – we’re all gonna wrestle each other.”

Sammy Guevara and Impact Wrestling likely won’t be working together, but Ace Austin really wants a match against him. Austin even said it’s not a matter of if, but when they will wrestle.

We’ll have to see what’s in the future for Sammy Guevara, but unless Ace Austin ventures to AEW it doesn’t look like that match will happen in Impact.

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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