Wrestling companies have been working together throughout the year with AEW, IMPACT, NJPW, and more coming together to share talent.
While all three promotions have housed wrestlers from other promotions, the talent exchange has larely been centered around the males.
For IMPACT standout Jordynne Grace, that's been disappointing.
“Honestly, I was super excited when it first got announced, but as the months have dragged on with only a few things happening and never really happening for the women, I’ve been more disappointed than anything else really. Because I thought the forbidden door was definitely going to wide-open instead of having to knock and only a few people get in at a time [laughs]. But you know, that’s the nature of the business, right!” she told Alex McCarthy of TalkSPORT.
AEW has utilized women from other companies on their television, notably having NWA Women's Champion Kamille appear on Wednesday's Dynamite to set up her upcoming title defense against AEW talent Leyla Hirsch for NWA Empowerrr.
Both Deonna Purrazzo and Britt Baker have been outspoken regarding wanting to work with talent from other companies.
Grace will be in action Thursday's IMPACT, teaming with Rachael Ellering to take on Fire N Flava.
Fightful will have live coverage of IMPACT beginning at 8 p.m. ET on Thursday.