A "dangerous" match stipulation is supposedly in the works for IMPACT Wrestling's Slammiversary pay-per-view on Saturday, 17 July.
George Iceman, an analyst of sorts on Before The IMPACT, teased this on Wednesday evening, with IMPACT later quote-tweeting him confirming the news. They'll reveal the stipulation on Thursday afternoon at 12pm EST.
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All signs currently point towards either an Ultimate X match or a King of the Mountain match, the latter of course once being a staple of Slammiversary events. Given that a multi-man number one contender's match for Josh Alexander's X Division Championship ended in a no contest at Against All Odds, it's plausible that all five combatants will be given a shot at Alexander's title.
Josh, meanwhile, has been repeatedly deeming himself the king of the mountain as of late. While he could just be a Jeff Jarrett uber-fan, teases like this often lead to exactly that in IMPACT.
For what it's worth, IMPACT posted a video to their YouTube in the hours following their confirmation, detailing five classic match stipulations from their history. Included there were both the Ultimate X and King of the Mountain matches, alongside the Full Metal Mayhem match, Lethal Lockdown match, and Monster's Ball.
A defence of Kenny Omega's IMPACT World Championship is the only other match currently announced for 17 July.