On Saturday, Slammiversary, one of the most anticipated ppv as regards IMPACT, went on air, with a card full of very interesting matches and even some surprises. But let's see what specifically happened and what the match results were.
As always, the winners are marked in bold: In the Pre-Show, the evening opens with a video, a mini-documentary, about the company and then we have the match for the women's couple titles between the Fire N 'Flava champions and their opponents, Havoc and Rosemary.
We have two new pair champions. Moving on to the main show we have instead: Ultimate X Match Josh Alexander (c) vs Trey Miguel vs Ace Austin vs Petey Williams vs Rohit Raju vs Chris Bey Brian Myers (w / Sam Beale) & Tenille Dashwood (w / Kaleb) vs Matt Cardona & Chelsea Green W.
Morrissey vs Eddie Edwards FinJuice vs Shera & Madman Fulton Moose vs Chris Sabin IMPACT Tag Team Championship Fatal Four-Way Match. Violent By Design (Rhino & Joe Doering (w / Eric Young & Deaner)) (c) vs Rich Swann & Willie Mack vs Fallah Bahh & No Way vs The Good Brothers.
We have two new tag team champions.
Slammiversary 2021: results
Last year, with Slammiversary, IMPACT delivered one of the best pay-per-views in recent history. With multiple surprise appearances from former WWE Superstars and huge changes in the company, it shook up the entire wrestling world.
Knockouts Championship Match Deonna Purrazo (c) vs Thunder Rosa IMPACT World Championship No Disqualification Match Kenny Omega (c) (w / Don Callis) vs Sami Callihan There were also interludes between matches, starting with a video summary of the rivalry between Matt Cardona and Brian Myers prior to their Mixed Tag Team Match.
Moving on we saw, for this last match mentioned, the appearance of Chelsea Green alongside her boyfriend Matt Cardona as a mysterious partner, with the return of her old gimmick. Also worth noting is Thunder Rosa as the mysterious opponent of Deonna Purrazzo, in fact until tonight it was not yet known who would challenge the reigning champion and the appearance of No Way Jose, former WWE, who kept the gimmick he had even before.
And after the women's title match, Mickie James appeared to congratulate Deonna and invite her to NWA EMPOWERRR, with the IMPACT champion refusing and Mickie responding by slapping and kicking her, feeling disrespectful. This year, with IMPACT Slammiversary 2021, the company will be looking to replicate the success.