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Kenny Omega: GCW invite AEW Champion to match against Nick Gage

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AEW Champion Kenny Omega appeared in the main event of the IMPACT Slammiversary PPV this weekend. Omega successfully retained his IMPACT World Championship at the show, and IMPACT seemed push the ‘forbidden door’ angle into overdrive between AAA, AEW, IMPACT and NJPW.

During the broadcast, Don Callis would say that Omega was ‘tougher’ than GCW Champion, Nick Gage. Seeing this, Game Changer Wrestling would invite Kenny Omega to take part in their Homecoming event.

“GCW tweeted, ‘Omega ‘tougher’ than Gage? @TheDonCallis what are you smoking pal?” The promotion would respond.

Kenny Omega vs Nick Gage

“You and Kenny are welcome to come and prove it but you have to get in line & the line starts this Saturday at #GCWHomecoming Weekend in AC’¦ Saturday: GAGE vs CARDONA Sunday: GAGE vs OMEGA??? See ya there???’

It is not confirmed if this is part of an angle, or if Game Changer Wrestling are attempting to just get some more buzz for their Homecoming shows.

GCW Homecoming Night 1 (July 24) and Night 2 (July 25) takes place in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Nick Gage will be defending his GCW Championship against Matt Cardona/Zack Ryder on night 1.

Although Kenny Omega was recently rumored to be injured, he has been continuing his ‘belt collector’ gimmick across multiple companies. Omega is scheduled to be part of the AAA TripleMania event on August 14 against former WWE Superstar and new AEW signing Andrade El Idolo.

Again it is not confirmed if GCW are part of the ‘forbidden door’ angle, although AEW star Joey Janela is involved heavily with Game Changer and the link is already there for a collaboration.

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