This Saturday the fourth edition of Rebellion, the spring PPV by Impact Wrestling, was staged. The now well-known card of the show now saw a new element added in view of the actual pre-show that was broadcast on Fite TV and on the company's YouTube channel.
The Influence composed by Madison Rayne and Tenille Dashwood was called to defend the Knockouts World Tag Team titles from the assault of the former champions, the IInspiration (Cassie Lee & Jessie McKay). This was a rematch titled after the previous change in Sacrifice when Kaleb accidentally helped Influence to victory and, in fact, the first time Kaleb with the K, recently released by the company and motivated in an on-screen key, will not appear.
“Fired” by Influence due to his indecision in helping the champions or challengers.
Recently, Kaleb himself reported that he had enjoyed these years at Impact, but that he did not end the relationship as he would have hoped.
As already mentioned, the aforementioned match fills the pre-show (YouTube and Fite TV ed) and then leaves room for the main card of the event with several titled matches, the one that could be the last in the company of Jonathan Gresham (has signed with AEW / ROH) and which will have as main event the World Championship match between Josh Alexander and Moose.
The Road to Rebellion will then conclude this Thursday with the latest episode of #IMPACTonAXSTV for which two great tag team matches have been announced. The first will see the Impact World Tag Team Champions Violent By Design with Eric Young and Joe Doering face Crazzy Steve and Black Taurus of the Decay, the second the Bullet Club full against the Honor No More, with the two factions ready for physical confrontation after that minutes seen last week directly in the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia.
That allowed Josh Alexander time to get back in and drop Austin on his head with a series of German suplexes. Austin tried to block the third, but a straight jacket German spiked him high. As Alexander set up for Divine Intervention, TJP made the save.
Austin and Alexander took out TJP, and Ace followed up with a springboard buzzsaw kick to Josh's jaw. The Fold was stopped when TJP rocked Austin in the corner with a running boot. As Alexander sent TJP to the floor, he set up to snap the ankle of the champ.
Before he could, TJP trapped him in an Octopus Stretch. He broke his hold before Austin could hit The Fold, laying out Alexander.