Impact Wrestling have adapted tremendously well thus far throughout the duration of these no crowd shows. Both the weekly shows and the two-part Rebellion in April have offered something worth talking about week in and week out. However, they're now faced with something that has proven to have differing results for WWE and AEW - their first empty arena pay-per-view.
Surely there's no need for them to worry, of course, considering the card they've put together for the event, alongside the amount of teases they've been offering as we approach the 18 July event. It's near impossible for this show to fall flat on its face given all the hype it has. The tagline, "our world will change", is enough of a talking point in itself really.
Five huge championship encounters have been scheduled, including the guaranteed crowning of a new World Champion, as Ace Austin, Eddie Edwards, Trey, and a mystery fourth man battle it out for the currently vacant title. Willie Mack, Jordynne Grace, and The North defend against Chris Bey, Deonna Purrazzo, and The World's Most Dangerous Tag Team respectively, while Moose puts his TNA World Heavyweight Championship up for grabs against Tommy Dreamer. All of that, plus a Knockouts Championship number one contenders Gauntlet Battle Royal, and an open challenge from Dez and Wentz.
It's going to be a monumental night for Impact, no matter the outcome. Let's get to it...
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