IMPACT Rebellion Moved To Sunday 25 April

IMPACT's next pay-per-view has a new date

IMPACT Wrestling has confirmed that the upcoming pay-per-view, Rebellion, has moved to Sunday 25 April. 

The event had originally been scheduled to take place on Saturday 24 April but IMPACT executives have determined to change the date to the traditional night for major wrestling events. 

Two matches have been confirmed for the card so far. IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann will face AEW World Champion Kenny Omega in a Champion Vs. Champion match for both belts, while IMPACT Tag Team Champions FinnJuice will defend their belts against The Good Brothers.

In a press release, IMPACT Wrestling Executive Vice-President Scott D’Amore said: "Sunday night has traditionally been the night for the big wrestling events in the sport’s history – and REBELLION is as huge of an event as any of them. Swann vs. Omega, champion vs. champion, title vs. title is a happening that every wrestling fan will want to witness … it just feels right that REBELLION take place on Sunday.

"This is no gimmick, no sleight of hand. Wrestling fans can take me at my word – either Rich Swann or Kenny Omega will walk out of REBELLION as both the IMPACT and AEW World Champion. History will happen at REBELLION!"

IMPACT also confirmed in the press release that the X-Division Championship, held by Ace Austin, Deonna Purrazzo's Knockouts Title and the Knockouts Tag Team Championships held by Fire 'N' Flava will all be defended at the event.

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