All Elite Wrestling, Ring of Honor, and New Japan are scheduled to meet in hopes of working together in the future.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reports that AEW, ROH and NJPW officials will meet after Wrestle Kingdom to discuss a working relationship moving forward. ROH and NJPW currently have a working relationship and are set to hold a joint Supercard event at Madison Square Garden in April.
Meltzer says that his "strong impression" is that all three want to work together, but political issues could get in the way. He says a working relationship between the three parties is "not impossible by any means."
AEW and ROH have already begun competing for the same talent as both companies, along with WWE, made offers to Bandido, who eventually signed with ROH.
Meltzer also reports that WWE has made a "fantastic offer" to Kenny Omega, who is set to become a free agent this month. Omega is the current IWGP Heavyweight Champion and will wrestle in the main event of Wrestle Kingdom 13. He has ties to All Elite Wrestling due to his friendship with Cody and the Young Bucks and is a regular on the Being The Elite series.
WWE reportedly made Cody and the Bucks multi-year offers worth seven figures. The trio turned down WWE's respective offers in order to start AEW.
For more on All Elite Wrestling, check out Fightful's breakdown on everything we know about the company thus far.