This Thursday at 8/7c on AXS TV, the action continues on an all-new IMPACT! as Under Siege draws near.
Who Will Qualify for the 6-Way #1 Contenders Match at Under Siege?
Following Scott D’Amore‘s huge announcement that Under Siege would play host to a 6-Way #1 Contenders match to determine the next challenger for Kenny Omega’s IMPACT World Title, the final three competitors will be determined in another series of qualifying matches. This Thursday on IMPACT!, Moose battles James Storm, Rhino takes on Chris Sabin and Trey Miguel collides with Rohit Raju. The winners will join Chris Bey, Matt Cardona and Sami Callihan in the high-stakes contest, streaming May 15th on IMPACT Plus. Who will move one step closer towards an IMPACT World Title opportunity?
NJPW’s El Phantasmo Makes His IMPACT Debut
Rebellion may be over but the jaw-dropping moments continue. As revealed last Thursday on IMPACT!, New Japan Pro Wrestling’s El Phantasmo is set to make his IMPACT debut this week! What does Bullet Club member El Phantasmo have in store for the IMPACT Wrestling roster? Find out on an all-new IMPACT! this Thursday at 8/7c on AXS TV.
Wilde Faces Another Roadblock on Path to Knockouts Title
Last week, Taylor Wilde made her triumphant in-ring return when she defeated Kimber Lee in a heated contest. But after the match, she found herself on the receiving end of a 2-on-1 beatdown from Lee and Deonna Purrazzo‘s other sidekick, Susan. In a shocking turn of events, it was Tenille Dashwood who came to the aid of Wilde in an attempt to persuade the Knockouts trailblazer to form a tag team with her! Wilde has made it clear that her goal is to become the singles Knockouts Champion and despite Dashwood’s desires, she will continue on that path when she faces Susan in singles action this Thursday.
Top Teams Turn to Singles Competition in Under Siege Momentum Builder
Before IMPACT World Champion Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers battle Eddie Edwards and IMPACT World Tag Team Champions FinJuice at Under Siege, both sides will look to build momentum towards the colossal six-man tag when Doc Gallows takes on Juice Robinson this Thursday. Last week, Don Callis’ crew established their dominance in a chaotic show-closing brawl against their Under Siege opponents. Don’t miss a moment of the action when the next chapter of this earth-shattering rivalry unfolds on IMPACT!
Can Hogan Shut Down Ellering’s Momentum En Route to KO Tag Title Rematch?
Knockouts Tag Team Champion Rachael Ellering is set to make her IMPACT singles debut when she goes one-on-one with Kiera Hogan this Thursday. As she and her partner Jordynne Grace prepare to defend their newly-won Knockouts Tag Titles in a rematch against Fire ‘N Flava, Hogan will do everything in her power to shut down their recent wave of momentum. Who will gain the all-important W en route to Under Siege? Find out on IMPACT!
Something Seeks Revenge on BTI
The action gets started on BTI, just one hour before IMPACT! goes on the air. This Thursday at 7/6c, tune in to AXS TV as Jake Something collides with Shera in what can only be described as a battle of behemoths! Will Something exact his revenge after Rohit Raju cost him his #1 contenders qualifier against Chris Bey last week? Plus, BTI has everything you need to know before Thursday’s new episode of IMPACT!, including in-depth previews, exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes access and more!
Stay tuned to AXS TV after IMPACT! goes off the air at 10/9c for a new episode of IMPACT in 60 featuring the best of Manik and TJP!
The IMPACT locker room is crowded around Executive Vice President Scott D’Amore’s office and they all want a shot at the new IMPACT World Champion, Kenny Omega. D’Amore tells them to head to the ring because he’s going to address the situation right now. D’Amore tells Don Callis that since Omega is now IMPACT World Champion, he must physically be here every Thursday night. Callis claims that his intention was to hold Omega’s championship celebration via Zoom. D’Amore demands that Omega makes it to the building tonight – or else.
Scott D’Amore Addresses the IMPACT Locker Room
The locker room surrounds the ring inside the IMPACT Zone. D’Amore thanks former IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann for his incredible performance at Rebellion but notes that there was no rematch clause for the Title vs. Title match. D’Amore announces that a new #1 contender will be crowned at Under Siege in a 6-way match, streaming May 15th on IMPACT Plus. But if Kenny Omega doesn’t show up by the time IMPACT! goes off the air tonight, that match will be to crown a new IMPACT World Champion! Qualifying matches will take place over the next two weeks and we’re set to kick off IMPACT! with one right now – Jake Something takes on the returning Chris Bey!
Jake Something vs. Chris Bey – 6 Way #1 Contenders Match Qualifier
Bey traps him in the ropes, then connects with a flying elbow drop off the second. Bey soars through the air once again, taking Jake off his feet with a flying forearm. Jake hits a double axe-handle to gain momentum, followed by a sit-down powerbomb for two. Bey retreats to the apron but Jake makes him pay for it by launching him back into the ring. Rohit hooks Jake’s leg from the outside. Bey capitalizes by rolling him up with his feet on the ropes to steal the victory.
Chris Bey def Jake Something – 6 Way #1 Contenders Match Qualifier
Don Callis tells Kenny Omega over the phone that he needs to take the private jet and come to the IMPACT Zone right away. Sami Callihan confronts Don and says that Omega won’t know when or where, but he’s coming for what’s his – the IMPACT World Title.
Gia Miller interviews Taylor Wilde who made her return to IMPACT this past Sunday at Rebellion, sending a physical message to Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo in the process. Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb With a K interrupt and Tenille is under the impression that Taylor came out of retirement so that they could form a tag team. Taylor clears the air and says the only reason she’s back is to become Knockouts Champion once again.
Next week, the qualifying matches for the 6-way #1 contenders match at Under Siege continue as Trey battles Rohit Raju, Moose takes on James Storm and Rhino collides with Chris Sabin. But there are still two more qualifying matches here tonight – Brian Myers vs. Matt Cardona and Sami Callihan vs. Eddie Edwards!
Just days after W. Morrissey made his shocking IMPACT debut at Rebellion, he returns to the ring for singles action tonight. Morrissey gets on the mic and tells the world that they may know his face, but they have no idea who he really is. Morrissey turns his attention to the Professional Wrestling industry and claims that it’s full of bad people. The only difference between him and them – is that he’s not afraid to admit it.
W. Morrissey vs. Sam Beale
Morrissey drops the mic and charges into the corner, squashing Beale with a huge splash. Morrissey places Beale on the top turnbuckle and sends him crashing back down the mat with a punt kick. Morrissey makes quick work of his opponent as he connects with a thunderous powerbomb for three.
W. Morrissey def Sam Beale
During an interview with Gia Miller, Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo tells Kimber Lee and Susan to go it alone when Kimber battles Taylor Wilde later tonight. Gia questions her motives but Deonna responds by saying she has defeated every Knockout on the roster. Deonna begins to walk off the set when she’s met head-on by the terrifying force known as Havok.
After W. Morrissey targeted him during their 8-man tag team match at Rebellion, Willie Mack challenges him to a singles match at Under Siege!
Kimber Lee w/ Susan vs Taylor Wilde
Taylor Wilde is set to compete for the first time in over a decade as she officially comes out of retirement tonight. Kimber gains the early advantage with a running dropkick right at the opening bell. Taylor shows off her quickness and athleticism with a series of running clotheslines. Kimber counters a Sharpshooter attempt, then pulls Taylor throat-first into the bottom rope. Kimber distracts the referee while Susan attacks Taylor with her shoe at ringside. Kimber crashes and burns with a top rope Swanton. Taylor capitalizes and locks in a modified Indian Deathlock to win by submission.
Taylor Wilde def Kimber Lee w/ Susan
After the match, Susan jumps Taylor from behind but Tenille Dashwood makes the save as she takes out Susan with the Spotlight Kick! Despite what Taylor said earlier, it appears as though Tenille is set on forming a tag team with her!
Moose confronts Scott D’Amore about why he has to qualify for the 6-way #1 contenders match at Under Siege. Moose says that he will do whatever it takes to reclaim what he believes is rightfully his.
X-Division Champion Josh Alexander vs. Ace Austin w/ Madman Fulton – X-Division Championship
After Josh Alexander defeated Ace Austin and TJP to become the new X-Division Champion at Rebellion, he has granted the former champ his rematch just a few days later on IMPACT! Josh softens up Ace with a vicious backbreaker. Ace quickens the pace and delivers a flurry of innovative offense, culminating with a running bulldog for two. Ace brings out his laminated playing card and gives Alexander a brutal papercut. Ace hits a springboard Hurricanrana but Alexander comes right back with a Chaos Theory suplex. Ace breaks up an Ankle Lock attempt with an Enzuigiri to the back of the head. Alexander goes for the Divine Intervention on the ring apron but Ace counters by driving him back-first into the steel post. Alexander fights off Fulton at ringside but the distraction allows Ace time to recover. Alexander counters a Divine Intervention attempt from Ace, then locks in the Ankle Lock to win by submission.
Don Callis asks Johnny Swinger to have one of his stooges pick up IMPACT World Champion Kenny Omega from the airport in order to settle their debt. The clock is ticking for Omega to make it to the IMPACT Zone by the end the night, or be stripped of the IMPACT World Title.
After losing the Knockouts Tag Team Championships to Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering, Fire ‘N Flava want their rematch at Under Siege!
Brian Myers vs Matt Cardona – 6 Way #1 Contenders Match Qualifier
This is a rematch from last Sunday’s Rebellion PPV where Myers showed no remorse putting away an injured Matt Cardona with the Roster Cut. The former friends brawl on the ramp to kick things off. Cardona is fired up, sending Myers crashing into the steel guardrail with a side Russian legsweep. The bell rings and Myers targets the previously injured knee of Cardona. Cardona throws caution to the wind and hits a sliding dropkick. Every time Cardona tries to get something going, his knee gives out and Myers regains control. Cardona hits Sky High for a near fall. Cardona counters the Roster Cut into Radio Silence for three!
Matt Cardona def Brian Myers – 6 Way #1 Contenders Match Qualifier
Violent By Design deliver a daunting message ahead of Rhino’s #1 contenders match qualifier against Chris Sabin next week.
NJPW’s El Phantasmo is coming to IMPACT Wrestling next week!
Sami Callihan vs. Eddie Edwards – 6 Way #1 Contenders Match Qualifier
Sami Callihan and Eddie Edwards renew their storied rivalry with the winner earning a spot in the 6-way #1 contenders match at Under Siege. Callihan superkicks him off the top rope, then begins the wear-down process with a vicious headlock. Eddie sends Callihan soaring with a top rope Hurricanrana. It looks as though Eddie is headed to Under Siege after hitting the Blue Thunder Bomb but Callihan kicks out at two. Callihan counters the Boston Knee Party into a pop-up powerbomb. Out of nowhere, Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers arrive and attack Callihan to cause the disqualification.
Sami Callihan def Eddie Edwards by Disqualification – 6 Way #1 Contenders Match Qualifier
The Good Brothers take out both Callihan and Eddie with a pair of Magic Killers. Omega is setting up for the V-Trigger when IMPACT World Tag Team Champions FinJuice hit the ring but fall victim to the numbers game. IMPACT World Champion Kenny Omega, Doc Gallows, Karl Anderson and Don Callis stand tall as IMPACT! goes off the air.
The fallout from this past Sunday’s unforgettable Rebellion Pay-Per-View begins on an all-new IMPACT!, this Thursday at 8/7c on AXS TV.
Following Kenny Omega’s history-making victory over Rich Swann in the Title vs. Title match at Rebellion, Omega has added the IMPACT World Title to his collection of championships. With the wrestling world eagerly awaiting what happens next, we can confirm that the new IMPACT World Champion Kenny Omega will hold an in-ring celebration this Thursday on IMPACT!
It’s time to Get Wilde! After Deonna Purrazzo successfully retained her Knockouts Championship against Tenille Dashwood at Rebellion, she was on the receiving end of a physical message from the returning Knockouts veteran, Taylor Wilde. This Thursday on IMPACT!, Wilde returns to in-ring competition for the first time in over a decade as she battles Purrazzo’s ally, Kimber Lee.
At Rebellion, W. Morrissey made his shocking IMPACT debut as he joined forces with Violent By Design to defeat Eddie Edwards, Willie Mack, James Storm and Chris Sabin. Now Morrissey turns his attention to this Thursday’s IMPACT! where he will make his first appearance on AXS TV. Whatever comes next for W. Morrissey, one thing is for certain – his powerful presence will be felt.
There’s no rest for the weary! Just days after becoming X-Division Champion for the very first time at Rebellion, Josh Alexander must defend his newly-won title against former champ Ace Austin this Thursday on IMPACT! Will Alexander kick off his reign with a successful title defense or is it “Inevitable” that Ace reclaims his spot at the top of the X-Division?
BTI kicks off your night, Thursdays at 7/6c on AXS TV. Tune in for everything you need to know ahead of IMPACT!, featuring in-depth previews, exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes access and an exclusive match. Following Violent By Design’s victory at Rebellion, can James Storm strike back when he goes one-on-one with Deaner?
Stay tuned to AXS TV after IMPACT! goes off the air at 10/9c for a new episode of IMPACT in 60 featuring Shera’s greatest matches and moments!
A historic first, a battle between two champions, a war between two competing worlds. It’s time for Rebellion LIVE on Pay-Per-View!
X-Division Champion Ace Austin w/ Madman Fulton vs. TJP vs Josh Alexander – X-Division Championship
Ace takes out both of his opponents with a Fosbury Flop to the floor. Ace is about to give TJP a papercut with his laminated playing card but referee Brian Hebner stops him. TJP sends Alexander into the corner with a Hurricanrana. TJP delivers a big running boot to Ace. Alexander picks both men off the top rope with a thunderous double Superplex. TJP hits the Mamba Splash on TJP but Alexander prevents him from going for the pin. TJP counters the Ankle Lock into a kneebar submission. Ace hits Alexander with The Fold but TJP breaks the pin before the three count. Fulton trips up TJP from ringside. Alexander capitalizes with the Divine Intervention on TJP for a near fall. Alexander hits another Divine Intervention, this time on Ace, to win the match and become the new X-Division Champion!
Eric Young is seen speaking to someone and says that they will make their mark – tonight.
Violent By Design (Joe Doering, Deaner & Rhino & W Morrissey) w/ Eric Young vs. Eddie Edwards, Willie Mack, James Storm & Chris Sabin
W Morrissey makes his shocking debut and joins Violent By Design for this 8-man tag team match. Morrissey is aggressive in the early going as he kicks Storm off the top rope, then knocks his other three opponents off the apron. Doering explodes into Storm with a big running crossbody. VBD is in control until Storm creates separation with a neckbreaker to Rhino. Willie quickens the pace as he hits Deaner with a sit-down powerbomb for two. Eddie dives through the ropes and collides with Doering and Morrissey on the outside. The match erupts into total chaos. Sabin takes out everyone with a Superplex to Deaner, crashing into everyone on the floor. Willie hits the Stunner on Doering but he quickly retreats. Morrissey hits a massive boot on Willie, then puts him away with the East River Crossing for three.
Violent By Design (Joe Doering, Deaner & Rhino & W Morrissey) w/ Eric Young def Eddie Edwards, Willie Mack, James Storm & Chris Sabin
After the match, Morrissey continues the beatdown as he pummels Willie with repeated strikes.
Brian Myers vs. Matt Cardona
Before the bell rings, Cardona offers his former best friend a handshake but Myers flips him off. The fight spills to the outside where Myers drives Cardona back-first into the steel guardrail. Myers begins to work on the neck of his opponent. Cardona delivers a thumb to the eye, followed by a top rope dropkick. Cardona connects with Radio Silence on the exposed ramp. Myers hits a spear on the outside, followed by a top rope elbow drop for two. Cardona almost puts Myers away with an Unprettier. Cardona injures his leg but Myers shows no remorse and takes him out with the Roster Cut clothesline to win.
Brian Myers def Matt Cardona
Gia Miller interviews AEW owner Tony Khan, alongside Tony Schiavone, Jerry Lynn and Aubrey Edwards. Khan introduces Aubrey Edwards as tonight’s referee for the Title vs. Title match between IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann and AEW World Champion Kenny Omega. IMPACT Executive Vice President Scott D’Amore interrupts with IMPACT referee Brian Hebner by his side. D’Amore tells Khan that tonight, there will be two referees in the main event.
Knockouts Tag Team Champions Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz) vs Jordynne Grace & Rachael Ellering w/ Jazz – Knockouts Tag Team Championships
The legendary Jazz, who recently retired from in-ring competition, accompanies Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering to ringside. Rachael kicks Kiera into a powerful sidewalk slam from Jordynne. Tasha interferes from the apron before joining Kiera for a double suplex on Jordynne. Kiera gets a running start for her signature dropkick to Jordynne in the corner. Jordynne ducks, causing Kiera to hit her own partner. The separation allows Jordynne to tag in Rachael, who goes on the attack. Rachael hits a springboard legdrop for two. Fire ‘N Flava hit stereo top rope dropkicks for a pair of near falls. Tasha goes over the top and hits Rachael with a modified cutter on the apron. Kiera soars through the air with a top rope crossbody to the floor. Rachael counters Kiera’s spinning neckbreaker into a sit-down powerbomb to win. Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering are the new Knockouts Tag Team Champions!
Jordynne Grace & Rachael Ellering w/ Jazz def Knockouts Tag Team Champions Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz)
Sami Callihan vs. Trey Miguel – Last Man Standing
The only way to win this match with no disqualifications and no countouts is to incapacitate your opponent to the point where they are unable to answer the referee’s 10 count. Moments after the opening bell, Callihan hurls Trey over the top rope to the floor. Trey builds momentum with Sliced Bread, followed by a Hurricanrana on the outside. Trey crashes and burns on a dive, causing him to collide with the steel guardrail. Callihan jabs a wrench into the mouth of Trey but he gets to his feet at the count of 8. Back in the ring, Callihan bends him over backwards with a sickening bodyslam onto the legs of a table. Trey is perched on the top but Callihan throws a chair at his head. Callihan connects with a top rope piledriver into a table. Callihan goes low before spiking Trey with a piledriver onto the steel steps. Callihan traps Trey underneath the steps but Trey escapes underneath the ring. Trey reemerges and sends Callihan crashing through a table with a cutter. Trey gets to his feet before the count of 10 and Callihan does not – Trey Miguel is the Last Man Standing!
Trey Miguel def Sami Callihan – Last Man Standing
Gia Miller catches up with IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann as the historic Title vs. Title match against AEW World Champion Kenny Omega draws near. Swann sends one final message to Omega, stating that he has the homefield advantage tonight.
World Tag Team Champions FinJuice (David Finlay & Juice Robinson) vs. The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson) – World Tag Team Championships
FinJuice are back from their tour in New Japan Pro Wrestling to defend the World Tag Team Titles against the former champions, The Good Brothers. Juice powerslams his own partner onto the chest of Anderson. Gallows delivers a pump -kick to Finlay while Anderson distracts the referee. Gallows hits a pinpoint kick to Finlay’s head. The Good Brothers cut off the ring and wear Finlay down, preventing him from making the tag. Finlay creates separation with a spinning elbow off the second rope. Finlay counters a suplex from Anderson and dives for the tag. Juice quickens the pace as he hits a springboard crossbody to Gallows on the floor. Juice crashes into Anderson with a running cannonball for two. Gallows pushes Finlay off the top to prevent the Doomsday Device. Finlay breaks up a Magic Killer attempt. Juice rolls up Gallows to score the victory and retain the World Tag Team Championships!
World Tag Team Champions FinJuice (David Finlay & Juice Robinson) def The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson) – World Tag Team Championships
Don Callis denies Gia Miller an interview with AEW World Champion Kenny Omega. Instead, Callis reiterates his vision that he claims will come to fruition tonight when Omega defeats Swann for the IMPACT World Title.
Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo w/ Kimber Lee & Susan vs. Tenille Dashwood w/ Kaleb With a K – Knockouts Championship
Deonna goes for the Fujiwara Armbar in the early going but Tenille counters with a hanging neckbreaker, followed by multiple quick pin attempts. Deonna wears Tenille down with a straightjacket submission. Tenille fights out of it as both Knockouts exchange running strikes. Tenille hits a big running clothesline and we’re at a stalemate. Tenille locks in the Tarantula, breaking before the referee’s five count. Tenille connects with a top rope crossbody for a very close near fall. Tenille sends Deonna crashing into the corner turnbuckles with a double underhook suplex, followed by her signature running crossbody. Kimber and Susan get up on the apron to break a submission attempt from Tenille. Kaleb With a K gets involved but Kimber drives him into the steel ring post. Tenille has the champ beat after the Spotlight Kick but Kimber and Susan pull her off the pin. Deonna connects with the Queen’s Gambit to retain the Knockouts Title.
Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo w/ Kimber Lee & Susan def Tenille Dashwood w/ Kaleb With a K – Knockouts Championship
After the match, Deonna, Kimber and Susan continue the assault on Tenille until Taylor Wilde makes her return to make the save! Taylor takes out Kimber and Susan as Deonna retreats up the ramp.
Our world changes again at Slammiversary, LIVE this July on Pay-Per-View!
IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann w/ Eddie Edwards & Willie Mack vs. AEW World Champion Kenny Omega w/ Don Callis & The Good Brothers – Title vs. Title
Legendary play-by-play commentator Mauro Ranallo joins D’Lo Brown and Matt Striker at the announce desk for his historic match. Two referees will officiate the bout, IMPACT’s Brian Hebner and AEW’s Aubrey Edwards. Tony Khan, Tony Schiavone and Jerry Lynn watch on from the other side of the guardrail. Omega plays mind games in the opening moments of the match as he slaps Swann across the face. Swann returns the favor, then dropkicks Omega to the outside. Swann dives from the top rope to the floor with a modified Phoenix Splash. Omega turns the tide when he gets his knees up on a rolling from splash attempt. Omega hits a buckle bomb, then drives Swann head-first into his knee for a series of two counts. Omega targets the lower back with a pendulum backbreaker. Swann explodes, successfully hitting a frog splash for a very close near fall. Swann connects with another frog splash, this time from the top rope. Omega hits a superkick, followed by a spinning sit-out powerbomb for yet another two count. Omega hits the V-Trigger but Swann counters the follow-up One-Winged Angel attempt. Omega can’t connect with a top rope V-Trigger as Swann escapes into a sunset flip powerbomb. Omega turns his attention to the neck of Swann with a pair of snap dragon suplexes. Omega uses referee Brian Hebner as a shield to avoid a handspring cutter from Swann. Aubrey Edwards takes over as she stops Omega from using a steel chair. Swann hits the handspring cutter but Omega counters into a pin attempt of his own. Omega pulls down his kneepad before hitting multiple V-Triggers. Swann misses the Phoenix Splash, allowing Omega to deliver one final V-Trigger, followed by the One-Winged Angel to score the win and become the new IMPACT World Champion.
Kenny Omega w/ Don Callis & The Good Brothers def IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann w/ Eddie Edwards & Willie Mack – Title vs. Title
Omega stands tall with both the IMPACT and AEW World Titles held high as Rebellion goes off the air.
A historic first, a battle between two champions, a war between two competing worlds. Rebellion goes down LIVE tonight at 8pm ET on PPV!
IMPACT Wrestling executive Scott D’Amore made a pair of rapid-fire announcements March 9th on IMPACT! on AXS TV that sent shockwaves around the wrestling world. D’Amore informed the bitter rivals, Rich Swann and Moose, their main event at Sacrifice would not only unify the IMPACT and TNA World Championships – but the winner would go on to face All Elite Wrestling World Champion Kenny Omega in a mind-blowing Title vs. Title fight at Rebellion on April 25th. At Sacrifice, Rich Swann defeated Moose in a jaw-dropping encounter to become the new IMPACT Wrestling Unified World Champion. With that victory, the historic Title vs Title match against AEW World Champion Kenny Omega was made official!
New IMPACT World Tag Team Champions, FinJuice, were confronted by former titleholders, The Good Brothers, just days after winning the gold at Sacrifice on IMPACT Plus. Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson claimed that they were not adequately prepared for their title defense and demanded a rematch against the duo from New Japan Pro Wrestling. As they strive to be fighting champions, David Finlay and Juice Robinson had no issue granting The Good Brothers their rematch – but it will have to wait until April 25th at Rebellion as FinJuice first head back to NJPW with the IMPACT World Tag Team Titles around their waists!
After defeating Havok, Rosemary, Jordynne Grace, Alisha and the returning Su Yung in a chaotic #1 Contender Knockouts Weapons match at Hardcore Justice, Tenille Dashwood has earned a shot at the Knockouts Championship. Tenille will challenge reigning champ Deonna Purrazzo who ended the career of the legendary Jazz on the same night. Will Tenille prove that it’s all about her by winning the Knockouts Title or will the Age of the Virtuosa continue? Find out at Rebellion!
X-Division Champion Ace Austin has his work cut out for him when he defends the title against TJP and Josh Alexander in a huge 3-way match! After several weeks of TJP and Alexander jockeying for position in the stacked X-Division, both competitors have found themselves worthy of a title shot. Who will leave Rebellion with the X-Division Title around their waist when three of the most athletic stars in IMPACT collide?
Former best friends and tag team partners will explode when Brian Myers goes one-on-one with Matt Cardona! After Myers accused Cardona of following him to IMPACT in an effort to steal his spotlight, Cardona was quick to shut him down. Cardona laid out a challenge but Myers did not hesitate to decline. However, the cunning Myers was just waiting for the opportune time to strike as he brutally attacked Cardona during his match against Jake Something, moments before accepting the challenge for Rebellion!
For months, Sami Callihan has claimed that Trey Miguel doesn’t have the “passion” to be a successful star in IMPACT Wrestling. In turn, Callihan offered to mentor Trey – something that he wanted no part of. The heinous Callihan would go on to target close friends of Trey’s, culminating in a vicious attack on his wrestling teacher and training partners. Most recently, Callihan brutally attacked him with a steel chair – but Trey’s unrelenting determination would not allow him to stay down. Now the two rivals are set to collide in a Last Man Standing match at Rebellion. The only way to win this match with no disqualifications and no countouts is to do enough damage so that your opponent is unable to answer the referee’s count of 10!
Violent By Design sent a dominant message when they defeated Eddie Edwards, Willie Mack, IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann and Trey Miguel in Hardcore War – but they didn’t finish the job. Just days later on IMPACT!, Eddie Edwards and Willie Mack called out VBD once again and this time, they had backup from James Storm and Chris Sabin. With vengeance on his mind after VBD attacked IMPACT veteran Chris Harris, Storm led the attack and sent Violent By Design retreating. What will happen when these two squads collide in an 8-man tag team match at Rebellion?
After Fire ‘N Flava disrespectfully interrupted the retirement ceremony of the legendary Jazz, Jordynne Grace and Jazz defeated the Knockouts Tag Team Champions in a non-title match. Scott D’Amore granted them a title opportunity at Rebellion but Jazz stuck to her word and remained in retirement. However, Jazz offered to find Jordynne a suitable replacement. On the final IMPACT! before Rebellion, second-generation star Rachael Ellering was revealed as Jordynne’s partner when she came to her aid during a 2-on-1 beatdown from Fire ‘N Flava! Do these two Knockouts have what it takes to dethrone Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz from atop the Knockouts tag team division?
In news sure to stun and excite hardcore wrestling fans around the world, IMPACT Wrestling is proud to announce legendary play-by-play commentator Mauro Ranallo will be part of its broadcast team for the Rebellion Pay-Per-View. On Sunday, April 25, Ranallo returns to his first love to call the epic collision between IMPACT champion Rich Swann and AEW champion Kenny Omega!
Stay tuned for more Rebellion news and match announcements.
Don’t Miss the Highspots Rebellion Facebook Takeover
April 23, 2021 by IMPACT Wrestling Staff
This Sunday, April 25th, Highspots takes over the IMPACT Wrestling Facebook page all day long for a series of Sign It Live! and Virtual Gimmick Table events featuring your favorite IMPACT stars!
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Must-See Moments: Final IMPACT! Before Rebellion
by IMPACT Wrestling Staff
A shocking debut in the Knockouts division, a chaotic brawl between two warring factions and a chilling final message for IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann. These are the Top 5 Must-See Moments from the final IMPACT! before this Sunday’s historic Rebellion PPV.
Click here for everything you need to know about Rebellion.
It’s the last stop before Rebellion! What will happen just days away from this Sunday’s historic PPV? IMPACT! on AXS TV starts now.
Decay (Black Taurus & Crazzy Steve) w/ Rosemary vs The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson)
Can The Good Brotherse pick up a victory just days before they challenge FinJuice for the IMPACT World Tag Team Championships at Rebellion? Anderson provides a distraction from ringside, allowing Gallows to connect with a big spin kick to Taurus. Moments later, Taurus turns the tide with a step up crossbody. Steve quickens the pace as he hits Anderson with a Flatliner for two. Gallows catches Steve in mid-air. The Good Brothers follow up with the Magic Killer to win.
The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson) def Decay (Black Taurus & Crazzy Steve) w/ Rosemary
After the match, The Good Brothers get on the mic and thank FinJuice for bringing the flame back to Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson. They are more focused and determined than ever to reclaim the IMPACT World Tag Team Championships this Sunday.
Members of the IMPACT roster preview this Sunday’s historic Title vs Title match between IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann and AEW World Champion Kenny Omega.
Susan w/ Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo vs Tenille Dashwood w/ Kaleb With a K
Before Tenille Dashwood challenges Deonna Purrazzo for the Knockouts Championship this Sunday at Rebellion, she must first get through the bizarre Susan. Tenille plays mind games with Susan as she gives her a Dashwoogie in the early going. Deonna hooks the leg of Tenille from ringside, allowing Susan to attack her from behind and gain the advantage. Tenille drops Susan on her head with a double underhook suplex into the corner turnbuckles. Tenille puts Susan away with the Spotlight Kick for three.
Tenille Dashwood w/ Kaleb With a K def Susan w/ Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo
Post-match, Tenille Dashwood calls Deonna Purrazzo into the ring. She tells Deonna that she wouldn’t be standing where she is without her help and what she’s done for women’s wrestling.
Brian Myers says that he refuses to live in the past, unlike his former tag team partner Matt Cardona. When they clash this Sunday at Rebellion, Myers claims that Cardona will be just another Roster Cut.
Sami Callihan sends a message to Trey Miguel ahead of their Last Man Standing match at Rebellion. Callihan says that he’s going to make an example out of Trey – and make sure that he never walks again.
Shera w/ Rohit Raju vs Jake Something
This match came about after Jake Something was on the receiving end of an unjust beatdown at the hands of Shera and Rohit Raju. Shera distracts the referee, allowing Rohit to deliver a right hand from ringside. Jake hits a flying shoulder tackle, followed by his signature sitdown powerslam. Jake goes for the pin but Rohit gets up on the apron. Shera capitalizes off the distraction with Sky High to win.
Shera w/ Rohit Raju def Jake Something
Trey Miguel’s wrestling trainer, CK3, pumps him up for his Last Man Standing match against Sami Callihan this Sunday at Rebellion. Trey Miguel is out to prove just how passionate he really is.
Ace Austin defends the X-Division Title against TJP and Josh Alexander in what promises to be a jaw-dropping encounter at Rebellion!
Following their physical altercation at the Rebellion Press Conference last week, IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann calls out AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and challenges him to put his hands on him again. Kenny Omega and Don Callis appear on the screen but unfortunately, they’re not in the IMPACT Zone tonight. Omega claims that he will become IMPACT World Champion at Rebellion and take another step towards achieving the Kenny Omega world takeover.
Moments later, the lights go out and former TNA World Heavyweight Champion Moose makes his return. We haven’t seen Moose since he lost the title to Rich Swann at Sacrifice. Moose warns Swann that he better not lose the IMPACT World Title to Kenny Omega at Rebellion. If he does, he will pay the ultimate consequence to Moose. Swann fires back and says that after he becomes AEW World Champion at Rebellion, he’ll have no problem defeating Moose again.
Returning soon to IMPACT Wrestling – Let’s Get Wilde.
Knockouts Tag Team Champion Kiera Hogan w/ Tasha Steelz vs Jordynne Grace
Before Fire ‘N Flava defend the Knockouts Tag Team Championships against Jordynne Grance and a mystery partner at Rebellion, Jordynne battles Kiera Hogan in singles action tonight. Jordynne is on fire from the opening bell, hitting a Spinebuster for the early two count. Kiera fights out of the Torture Rack, then connects with a running boot in the corner. Jordynne has Kiera after a Muscle Buster but Tasha breaks the pin to cause the disqualification.
Jordynne Grace def Knockouts Tag Team Champion Kiera Hogan w/ Tasha Steelz by Disqualification
After the match, Fire ‘N Flava deliver a 2-on-1 beatdown to Jordynne Grace until the debuting Rachael Ellering makes the save. It becomes apparent that the second generation star is who Jazz selected to be Jordynne’s partner this Sunday at Rebellion. Jordynne and Rachael clear the ring, sending Fire ‘N Flava retreating up the ramp.
From Japan, FinJuice tell The Good Brothers that they must be dreaming if they think they’re going to dethrone them for the IMPACT World Tag Team Championships at Rebellion.
Eric Young w/ Violent By Design (Joe Doering, Deaner & Rhino) vs Eddie Edwards w/ Willie Mack, James Storm & Chris Sabin
Who will gain momentum heading into the 8-man tag team match this Sunday at Rebellion? We find out in our IMPACT! main event. Edwards is in the driver’s seat after hitting an explosive belly-to-belly suplex. Edwards gets caught up in the ropes as Young sends him toppling to the floor. Both men jockey for position on the top when Edwards connects with a thunderous Superplex. Young comes off the ropes but gets caught with the Blue Thunder Bomb for two. Young hits a Death Valley Driver for a near fall of his own. Edwards dives to the floor and a huge brawl breaks out between the two sides. Doering trips up Edwards, allowing Young to roll him up off the distraction for three.
Eric Young w/ Violent By Design (Joe Doering, Deaner & Rhino) def Eddie Edwards w/ Willie Mack, James Storm & Chris Sabin
The brawl continues in and out of the ring as the final IMPACT! before Rebellion goes off the air in absolute chaos.