21 October 2019 04:40
He then joked about Impact Wrestling bringing back a TNA themed event during WrestleMania weekend. Mania weekend Impact Wrestling is BRINGING TNA BACK for one night! The tweet received a response from Matt Jackson, posting just a photo of when he and Nick were in TNA as Generation Me. The duo worked for the promotion from 2009-2011 and made a one-off appearance in 2013. Impact Executive Vice President Scott D'Amore retweeted Jackson and replied, "Let's do it! Are you ready to #CrossTheLine #ThisIsImpact" D'Amore's tweet was retweeted on the Impact Wrestling Twitter account, as well.
Cross the line again? IMPACT Wrestling Co-Executive Vice President Scott D'Amore mentioned "TNA fans" during Saturday's broadcast of All Glory, leading to IMPACT Tag Team Champion Ethan Page teasing the idea of a TNA One Night Only special during WrestleMania weekend in 2020. I remember getting "talked to" for tweeting about TNA--Mania weekend @IMPACTWRESTLING is BRINGING TNA BACK for one night! I had to take my finger off the pulse for a quick second to tweet this out--IM. EXCITED. TNA! PUT ME IN THE KING OF THE MOUNTAIN! pic.twitter.com/Fx0bcBJWsg — Ethan Page played by Julian (@OfficialEGO) October 20, 2019 Page's tweet drew the curiosity of Young Bucks member and AEW executive Matt Jackson. Jackson and his brother Nick wrestled as Generation Me (Jeremy & Max Buck) in TNA from 2009 to 2013. Jackson's response caught the attention of D'Amore, who teased the idea of The Young Bucks taking on The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin) at the event. Let's do it! As @THETOMMYDREAMER would say no politics, no BS, just wrestling. I wonder what @fakekinkade & @SuperChrisSabin are up to? Generation Me vs. The Motor City Machine Guns! Why do you say @MattJackson13 & @NickJacksonYB? Are you ready to #CrossTheLine#ThisIsImpact — Scott D'Amore (@ScottDAmore) October 20, 2019 Neither Matt or Nick have publicly responded to D'Amore's invitation. At this point, a TNA One Night Only special has not officially been announced by IMPACT Wrestling. IMPACT is set to hold its biggest event of the year on Sunday when Bound For Glory airs live on Fite TV and pay-per-view. Fightful will have live coverage beginning at 8 p.m. ET.