Taylor Wilde Makes IMPACT Return at Rebellion

Taylor Wilde Returning

Taylor Wilde made her return to IMPACT wrestling during the Rebellion pay-per-view. Wilde made her return after the IMPACT Knockout’s Championship match between Deonna Purrazzo and Tenille Dashwood. Dashwood earned her shot at the title by winning a Weapons Match at Hardcore Justice. Tenielle wasn’t able to capture the title from Purrazzo, as Susan and Kimber Lee provided interference on the outside, saving the match for Deonna more than once.

After Purrazzo hit the Queen’s Gambit to retain the title, a beatdown on a weakened Tenille ensued. Susan and Kimber Lee joined Purrazzo on an attack on Dashwood in the middle of the ring. As things were looking bleak for Tenille, Wilde’s music hit, and she made her return to IMPACT wrestling. She hit the ring, saving Tenille as Purrazzo and company escaped from the ring.

Taylor Wilde made her return to IMPACT Wrestling for the first time since 2010. Her return to the promotion has been teased, with vignettes airing on IMPACT over the last few weeks.

Wilde was one half of the inaugural Knockout’s Tag Team Champions along with Sarita. They won the belts in a tournament and knocked off The Beautiful People in the finals to win the titles.  Wilde has also held the titles with Hamada as her partner. She is also a former IMPACT Knockout’s Champion. Wilde left the promotion in 2010 and subsequently retired from pro wrestling in 2011.

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