Impact Wrestling Rebellion
April 25, 2021
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Impact X-Division Championship
Ace Austin (Champion) vs. Josh Alexander vs. TJP
This was a crazy match to start off the show. Alexander won the title by pinning Austin after hitting the Intervention finisher.
Eight-Man Tag Team Match
Chris Sabin, Eddie Edwards, James Storm, and Willie Mack vs. Violent By Design (W Morrisey, Deaner, Joe Doering, and Rhino)
W Morrisey (formerly Big Cass) debuted as the replacement for Eric Young. The match built up to Morrisey tagging in and hitting Mack with a boot and a sidewalk slam. He pinned Mack to win the match for his team and then he attacked Mack after the match.
Matt Cardona vs. Brian Myers
Very good match. The first close near fall was when Cardona hit the Unprettier finisher and Myers barely kicked out. Cardona tried to hit the Rough Rider leg lace but Cardona’s knee buckled. The referee called for other referees to run down to check on Cardona’s knee. Myers helped Cardona up to his feet but then he clotheslined him twice and pinned him to win the match.
Backstage interview with Tony Khan. He was joined by Jerry Lynn, Tony Schiavone, and Aubrey Edwards. Scott D’Amore said he has the referee situation under control and Brian Hebner would never screw anyone. They agreed on two referees (Hebner and Edwards) for the main event.
Impact Knockouts Tag Team Championship
Fire N Flava (Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz) (Champions) vs. Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering
Ellering and Grace had Jazz in their corner during the match. The match was great with fast paced action throughout the entire match. Ellering pinned Steelz to win the titles for her team.
Last Man Standing Match
Trey Miguel vs. Sami Callihan
They fought all around the ring and near the stage area before Callihan brought out a steel chain and a wrench to use on Miguel. Back in the ring, Callihan tried to smash a wrench on Miguel’s head but Miguel moved and he started to mount some offense after taking the punishment for several minutes. Miguel tried to slam Callihan on the underside of the table but Callihan reversed and slammed him on it. Callihan then followed up by piledriving Miguel off the second rope and through the table in the ring but the table didn’t break. At ringside, Callihan set up Miguel on the steel steps so he could powerbomb him through a table but Miguel briefly countered him and then Callihan hit a piledriver on the steps. As the referee was counting, Miguel rolled under the ring and then he came out from behind Callihan. Miguel then put Callihan through the table. Miguel stood up but Callihan was not able to get on his feet by the count of 10.
Impact World Tag Team Championship
David Finlay and Juice Robinson (Champions) vs. The Good Brothers
Late in the match, The Good Brothers were about to hit the Magic Killer but Finlay broke it up and Robinson pinned Anderson to retain the titles. D’Lo said the belts are going back to Japan.
Backstage interview with Don Callis.
Impact Knockouts Championship
Deonna Purrazzo (Champion) vs. Tenille Dashwood
Purrazzo had Susan and Kimber Lee. Dashwood had Kaleb with a K in her corner. There was interference from Lee and Susan late in the match when Dashwood was about to win the match with a submission. Kaleb was taken out when he was shoved into the ring post. In the ring, Purrazzo tried a headbutt off the top but Dashwood moved and she hit the spotlight running kick but Lee pulled Dashwood out of the ring during the pin attempt. Purrazzo hit Dashwood with the Rolling Exploder and then she locked in the Fujiwara armbar but Dashwood slipped out. They traded forearms and chops in the center of the ring. Purrazzo hit the Queens Gambit (cradle piledriver) to win the match. Lee, Susan, and Purrazzo attacked Dashwood after the match until the returning Taylor Wilde walked out to make the save.
AEW World Championship and Impact Wrestling World Championship – Winner Takes All
Rich Swann (Impact) vs. Kenny Omega (AEW)