Josh Alexander is defending the gold against Eric Young (Picture: IMPACT Wrestling)
Tonight, IMPACT Wrestling celebrates its past, present and future with Slammiversary 2022.
For 18 years, the event has been a fixture in the company’s calendar across its various iterations and iterations, while this evening’s show marks two decades to the day since the promotion’s first ever pay-per-view.
So, fans tuning in can expect plenty of nostalgic moments and throwbacks, along with some of the best in-ring action anywhere in the world.
With championship matches – six included the pre-show – plus a Monster’s Ball and a grudge tag match with a guaranteed surprise, there’s a lot to get excited about.
As ever, we’ve put together our PPV preview to get you ready for the action.
Here’s everything you need to know…
When is IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary 2022?
IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary takes place on tonight (Sunday, June 19) with all the action on the main card kicking off at 1am for fans in the UK.
How can you watch IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary 2022?
For fans in the UK, IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary is available to order on Fite TV.
IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary 2022 full match card
IMPACT Wrestling World Title: Josh Alexander (c) vs. Eric YoungQueen of the Mountain match for Knockouts Title (Mickie James as guest enforcer): Tasha Steelz (c) vs. Chelsea Green vs. Deonna Purrazzo vs. Jordynne Grace vs. Mia YimUltimate X: Ace Austin (c) vs. Kenny King vs. Mike Bailey vs. Trey Miguel vs. Jack Evans vs. Alex ZayneIMPACT Tag Team Titles: The Briscoes (c) vs. The Good BrothersIMPACT Originals (Motor City Machine Guns, Frankie Kazarian, Nick Aldis and TBA) vs. Honor No More (Eddie Edwards, Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, PCO and Vincdent)Monster’s Ball: Sami Callihan vs. MooseKnockouts Tag Team Titles: The Influence (c) vs. Rosemary and Taya ValkyriePre-show: Reverse Battle Royal (participants TBA)Pre-show: Digital Title: Rich Swann (c) vs. Brian Myers
Surprises, Ultimate X and IMPACT Originals, Dixie Carter and more: What to expect from Slammiversary
IMPACT Wrestling should have plenty of eyes on Slammiversary – and they have really been on a roll since the 2020 edition truly marked the rise of a new era.
Josh Alexander will likely keep his championship in a cracking main event against Eric Young, while the first ever Queen of the Mountain match could steal the show with Mia Yim being a strong choice to capture the title.
Ultimate X is always a tonne of fun and the stacked roster means this should be no different (our pick is Ace Austin to retain), while The Briscoes will likely keep things rolling with the tag team titles.
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The big story with the IMPACT Originals versus Honor No More is who the former have to complete their team – James Storm would be a fun star to see pop up, but there are plenty of possibilities.
Look to Sami Callihan and Moose to bring utter brutality in the Monster’s Ball, while The Influence could drop the titles to Rosemary and Taya Valkyrie.
There’s going to be a lot to enjoy tonight, from top level in ring action to plenty of nods to IMPACT/TNA’s past, including a rare one-off appearance from former president Dixie Carter.
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