IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary (7/17/21) – Preview and Predictions

IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary results 2021

IMPACT Wrestling returns to pay-per-view on Saturday, July 17 with Slammiversary. This will be the first IMPACT event with fans in live attendance since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and has a stacked card to welcome them back with. IMPACT has promised that this event will change the landscape of the promotion, with multiple appearances teased over the past few months. Let’s run down the card and a few predictions for IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary. 

IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary Full Card and Predictions

  • Chris Sabin vs. Moose
  • Eddie Edwards vs W. Morrissey
  • Brian Myers and Tenille Dashwood vs. Matt Cardona and A Partner of His Choosing
  • Ultimate X Match for the IMPACT X-Division Championship: Josh Alexander (c) vs. Trey Miguel vs. Ace Austin vs. Chris Bey vs. Rohit Raju vs. Petey Williams
  • IMPACT Knockouts Tag Team Championship: Fire ‘N Flava (c) vs. Havok and Rosemary
  • IMPACT World Tag Team Championship: VBD (c) vs. Rich Swann and Willie Mack vs. TJP and Fallah Bahh vs. The Good Brothers
  • No Disqualification Match for the IMPACT World Championship: Kenny Omega (c) vs. Sami Callihan
  • IMPACT Knockouts Championship Match: Deonna Purrazzo (c) vs. A Mystery Opponent

IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary Predictions

IMPACT World Championship: Kenny Omega (c) vs. Sami Callihan

Kenny Omega became the IMPACT World Champion at Rebellion when he defeated Rich Swann. He successfully defended the title against Moose at Against All Odds after an assist from The Young Bucks. Per the stipulations made going into the match, Sami Callihan became the number one contender. Callihan appeared after the match and laid out everyone with a baseball bat. IMPACT Executive Vice President Don Callis was a guest commentator for the match and attempted to get Callihan to back off. This attempt was unsuccessful and Callis fired Callihan on the spot.

The following week on IMPACT, Tommy Dreamer, who was sent as a representative of IMPACT, officially fired Don Callis from his role as an Executive. Dreamer also reinstated Callihan as the number one contender, setting the stage for Slammiversary. The contract was signed a couple of weeks ago on IMPACT, making the match official. Callihan is ready to get his hands on Omega after weeks of back and forth between him Omega and The Good Brothers. We will find out if Callihan is able to defeat Omega and bring the title back to an IMPACT wrestler.

Prediction – Kenny Omega retains after outside interference

IMPACT Knockouts Championship: Deonna Purrazzo (c) vs. A Mystery Opponent

Deonna Purrazzo won the IMPACT Knockouts Championship at Slammiversary last year from Jordynne Grace. She lost the title in October of last year before recapturing it a month later. She will look to repeat her Slammiversary success this year. Purrazzo has her work cut out for her at Slammiversary. The current champion separated herself from former partners Kimber Lee and Susan and is trying to prove that she never needed them to win. She laid out an open challenge for her Knockouts title that was answered by a debuting Lady Frost. After Purrazzo defeated Frost and retained the title, she was greeted by former Knockouts Champion Gail Kim.

Kim informed Purrazzo that she will be defending her title at Slammiversary. Purrazzo seemed to think she would be challenging Kim, but Kim informed her that her opponent will stay unnamed until the event itself. IMPACT has promised a change in landscape starting with Slammiversary and has teased a few different appearances for the event. Tune in to find out who Purrazzo will defend her title against at Slammiversary.

Prediction – Deonna Purrazzo retains

Ultimate X Returns

A staple match of IMPACT Wrestling, the Ultimate X match returns to Slammiversary this year. Josh Alexander will defend his X-Division title against Trey Miguel, Ace Austin, Chris Bey, Rohit Raju, and Petey Williams. Alexander will need to climb the structure and cross over one of the two crossed cables to retrieve the belt and retain the title. IMPACT has not hosted an Ultimate X match since United We Stand in April of 2019. Find out who will be able to endure the Ultimate X match and become X-Division Champion at Slammiversary.

Prediction – Chris Bey becomes champion

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