Arn Anderson

Arn Anderson Sounds Off On AEW’s Working Relationship With IMPACT & NJPW

Arn Anderson recently sounded off on the ongoing working relationship between All Elite Wrestling and other pro wrestling promotions during an episode of his popular podcast.

Additionally, on the same edition of the ARN podcast, the AEW performer and pro wrestling legend spoke about his desire to work a tag-team with the late, great Curt “Mr. Perfect” Hennig.

Featured below are some of the highlights from the episode of ARN featuring the WWE Hall Of Fame legend and original member of the Four Horsemen faction.

On AEW’s ongoing working relationship with other pro wrestling promotions such as IMPACT Wrestling and New Japan Pro Wrestling: “I truly believe that one year ago, or a little more, AEW went on the air and helped open up new avenues, new interest in the wrestling business which helped Impact, New Japan, Ring of Honor, it just created a new interest in the business. I feel like New Japan and their style and their television show is so different from Ring of Honor. Ring of Honor is so different right now than Impact. They’re all different from AEW. I think it gives you a lot more options and a lot more things to watch. There’s going to be some crossover talent on some of these shows which makes it even more interesting.”

On who he wishes he could have worked in a tag-team with during his career that he didn’t get the chance to: “Curt Hennig. No doubt, Curt Hennig. Oil and water, totally different. I can’t do any of the stuff he can do, but I think that’s what would have made it interesting.”

Check out the complete episode of the ARN podcast at H/T to for transcribing the above quotes from the show.


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