Impact Wrestling's next PPV, Hard To Kill, is officially sold out. The event to be held in the Center Stage in Atlanta marks a first big step for the Canadian federation in this new year and will feature two cartel matches, namely: Impact World Championship Full Metal Mayhem match: Josh Alexander © vs Bully Ray Title vs Career: Impact Knockouts World Champion, Jordynne Grace vs Mickie James found ready and will be even more so during the show arriving this Friday 13 January.
But it is not only this news that makes the right amount of "noise" but a new announcement arrived from the social profiles of Impact, it is the return of Tara (Victoria in WWE ed) within the federation. At the moment it is not an appearance in the ring or any other type of involvement in the scenes, but the presence of a special Meet & Greet in the post show and in the pre-show of the subsequent tapings on Saturday 14 January.
Tara will return to Impact Wrestling
Tara's last appearance in the company dates back to 2013 in a weekly episode of Xplosion (459 ed) where she was defeated in a one on one by ODB, while her last appearance in the classic weekly episodes of Impact (at the time broadcast on Spike TV) was on May 9, 2013 in a tag team match in which Mickie James and Velvet Sky defeated Gail Kim and Tara.
Apart from various appearances in the independent world, the last major participation on the big screens was in the 2021 edition of the World Wrestling Entertainment women's Royal Rumble, the first won by Bianca Belair. The next few days will therefore serve to understand the type of involvement that the former Victoria will have in the company and if this return to Impact can in some way create interesting scenarios for the Knockouts Division.
While waiting for further updates, we invite you to stay tuned to our website WorldWrestling.it where there will be no lack of insights into the merits and the world of professional wrestling at 360°. Former WWE Women's Champion Victoria (Tara) recently appeared on Lilian Garcia's Chasing Glory podcast, and opened up on a variety of topics.
"It's a little hurtful, I'll be honest with you. I don't know if it's because I went to TNA. I did a tweet in the past. I went to the first Women's Ladder Match, of course. I knew all the cameramen, cable guys, and sound crew, but of course, everyone else changed.
They were like, oh my God, what are you doing here? You have to go back and say hi to everybody. I said that I wanted to watch the show live because I don't like to see it on the monitor."