Impact Wrestling taped several weeks of television this weekend in Windsor, Ontario, Canada that will take the promotion through next month in the build to their annual Slammiversary pay-per-view, which this year takes place at the Rebel Complex in Toronto on July 22nd.
Based on this weekend’s TV tapings, which you can check out at at this link (night one) and this link (night two) if you need to catch up, we have a good look at this year’s Slammiversary card, and it’s shaping up to be an absolutely stacked event.
Obviously, this post contains **MAJOR SPOILERS** so if you don’t want to know what to expect later this month on Impact Wrestling television, leave now.
It’s also important to note that all of the matches below are expected to take place at next month’s pay-per-view event, or were reportedly announced by fans who attended the tapings, but we’re not claiming this card as fact until the bouts are officially announced. Treat everything for the time being as a rumor.
Also, because the promotion tapes ahead of time and often adds a lot of their televised content in via backstage segments, vignettes and matches recorded at indie shows around the country, it’s hard to get a full scope of what to expect on TV this far in advance.
Impact Wrestling Slammiversary XVI
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Click Here: custom rapid prototypingJuly 22, 2018
Impact World Championship Match
– Austin Aries (c) vs. Moose
Knockouts Championship Match
– Su Yung (c) vs. Madison Rayne
LAX vs. LAX
– Ortiz & Santana (w/ Konnan) vs. Homicide & Hernandez (w/ Eddie Kingston)
– Sami Callihan vs. Pentagon Jr.
– Eddie Edwards vs. Tommy Dreamer
X-Division Championship Match
– Matt Sydal (c) vs. Brian Cage
– Taya Valkyrie vs. Allie
– Grado vs. Joe Hendry
In addition Johnny Impact has been confirmed to make his in-ring return at Slammiversary, and it’s likely we will see a match for the Impact Tag Team Championships as well as something featuring Rich Swann.