IMPACT Wrestling Announces Slammiversary, Multiverse United 2

IMPACT fill out their 2023 schedule until the end of summer

IMPACT Wrestling revealed their plans for the rest of spring and summer during the Rebellion pay-per-view on Sunday night. 

The promotion announced they will return to pay-per-view on Saturday, July 15 with Slammiversary from St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The show will celebrate IMPACT's 21st anniversary. 

Slammiversary has been an annual tradition since 2005 and last year's pay-per-view celebrated 20 years of IMPACT. It was main evented by Josh Alexander vs. Eric Young for the IMPACT World Title. 

Following Slammiversary, IMPACT will hold the Multiverse United 2: For Whom the Bell Tolls pay-per-view with New Japan Pro-Wrestling. That show will take place on Sunday, August 20 at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

IMPACT and NJPW held the first Multiverse United pay-per-view on Thursday, March 30 over WrestleMania 39 weekend. The show featured Jeff Cobb vs. Moose, KENTA vs. Minoru Suzuki, and KUSHIDA vs. Lio Rush, among other matches. Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated "Speedball" Mike Bailey in the main event. 

Along with two pay-per-views, IMPACT will hold three IMPACT Plus specials before the summer is over. Under Siege is set to return on Friday, May 26 in London, Canada before Against All Odds on Friday, June 9 in Columbus, Ohio. IMPACT will end the summer with Emergence on Sunday, August 27 in Toronto, the same day as AEW All In from Wembley Stadium.

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