Wrestle Talk: IMPACT Wrestling PPV Review


Today, we review the IMPACT Wrestling PPV "Rebellion" held live on April 25, 2021 from the Skyway Studios in Nashville, TN. Results are provided by Michael J Puddy (@ShotofWrestling - Follow A Shot of Wrestling for up-to-date wrestling news!)


Rosemary and Havok defeated Kimber Lee and Susan.

Main Show:

Josh Alexander defeated Ace Austin and TJP to win the X Division Championship.

Violent By Design and W. Morrissey defeated Chris Sabin, Eddie Edwards, James Storm, and Willie Mack.

Brian Myers defeated Matt Cardona.

Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering defeated Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz to win the Knockouts Tag Team Championship.

Trey Miguel defeated Sami Callihan in a Last Man Standing match.

David Finlay and Juice Robinson defeated Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson to retain the Impact World Tag Team Championship.

Deonna Purrazzo defeated Tenille Dashwood to retain the Knockouts Championship.

Kenny Omega defeated Rich Swann in the Winner Takes All match for the Impact World Championship and the AEW World Championship.

The Match of the Night is a tough one, so for the first ever we have two matches that took first place. The first was Deonna Purrazzo vs Tenille Dashwood. This match had a great storyline going into it and the two wrestlers definitely put on an emotion-filled match with lots of action.

The second Match of the Night was the Main Event of Kenny Omega vs Rich Swann. Now, normally I would say if you’ve seen one Kenny Omega Match, you have seen it all, but I really enjoyed the back and forth action and the emotion that Rich Swann put into the match.

The Question of the Week comes from Wendy M. in Rockaway Park and she said, "Being a wrestling fan for over 20 years now, why does it feel like all the televised wrestling shows are lacking storyline and just fall short from hitting the mark?" Wendy, this is question I recently discussed with my friends in the business and we all agreed that to a certain extent wrestling and wrestling storylines are not interesting and/or have fallen flat. Usually, after Wrestlemania, most storylines begin to some take a turn for the better or the worst. One thing that should be happening, and I believe it is to a certain extent, is that AEW and IMPACT Wrestling should be taking the lead in the television ratings as they have enough talent to create storylines that get fans emotionally invested.

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By Eric Jayden 

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