Tommy Dreamer, speaking on behalf of Anthem Sports, has shifted the power in Impact Wrestling and confirmed the main event for this year’s Slammiversary.
The Ultimate X match will return to Impact Wrestling for the first time since 2019, when Josh Alexander defends his X-Division Championship at Slammiversary.
Fans will be heading to Nashville, Tennessee as limited tickets will be available for IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary.
We now know when in July Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary will take place, where the company will once again be looking for a number of debuts and returns.
With Slammiversary in the books, a number of announcements have been made for Impact Wrestling’s first TV show following the historic event.
Our man Chris Hatch gives his personal take on Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary PPV event.
Impact Wrestling had built Slammiversary on the promise of appearances by a slew of debuting former WWE stars. In terms of numbers, they most certainly delivered.
The Motor City Machine Guns, Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley, are the first surprise on Impact Wrestling Slammiversary.
A quick guide to all the results and surprises at Impact Wrestling Slammiversary 2020.
After weeks of rumours it has been confirmed that former WWE superstars Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows have signed for Impact Wrestling. What will their roles at Slammiversary be?
Our lead pen looks at the importance of Slammiversary 2020 for Impact Wrestling after a period of frustration.
It seems Johnny Swinger has a plan or two for Impact Wrestling’s huge Slammiversary event, as explained in this exclusive interview…
The majority of the superstars released by WWE on ‘Black Wednesday’ in April will be free to appear for any other company from this week. Where will they turn up?
The self-proclaimed real world champion has had a title defence confirmed for Slammiversary on 18th July.
It seems that the identity of at least two former WWE stars appearing at Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary PPV is close to being finalised.