Last night Victory Road went on stage, the September special for Impact Wrestling is available on Impact Plus, Impact Ultimate Insiders and Fite TV. In two weeks, the most important PPV of the year for the company will be staged, namely Bound For Glory, which construction will begin this very night during a new set of tapings.
The recordings will take place inside the SkyWay Studios in Nashville where, among other things, the former WWE and AEW, Bobby Fish, will also take part, fresh from his debut on Victory Road. Not only that, a Monster's Ball match will actually be recorded between Allie KATCH and Masha Slamovich to guarantee the second round of Pick Your Poison, this time chosen by Knockouts Champion, Jordynne Grace.
The news, however, does not seem to end here. Apparently, according to the social updates of the company's athletes, it seems that the Canadian federation is preparing a new set of tapings in India. Specifically, we can view the tweet below published by Bhupinder Gujjar, who after failing to conquer the Digital Media Championship in a Ladder match, will certainly look for a new opportunity to grab the belt now in possession of Brian Myers.
Returning to the photo, we see Gujjar in front of a screen which is mentioned Impact Wrestling Pehlwani Patakha.
Impact wants to return to India
Pehlwani is an Indian style of popular martial art from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
It was developed in the Mughal era through a synthesis of the native malla-yuddha and the Persian Varzesh-e Pahlavani. Style that could give the name to this new set. The tweet then reads: “Get ready INDIA. We are coming up with something great and interesting."
With obvious tag to the Impact Wrestling social accounts. This type of update does not yet appear in the company's calendar, certainly the next few weeks, if not even tonight, we will receive interesting updates on it and we will really understand if it will be the case of a return to Indian territory after the successful tour held in 2017, the same year that the Anthem group came into possession of the federation and Jeff Jarrett was chosen as the manager of the whole.
The X-Division title victory for Sonjay Dutt against Low Ki in an epic match was memorable at the time. India is a territory very dear to Impact, also due to the large-scale television agreement with Sony Six. Pending further news, please stay tuned to our World Wrestling site.