The coronavirus pandemic has caused major disruption to IMPACT Wrestling. The promotion was forced to cancel their Lockdown show on March 28 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada and their TNA - No Place Like Home event over WrestleMania weekend in Tampa, Florida.
Now, IMPACT Wrestling has announced all of their events until the end of April have been scrapped. This includes Against All Odds on April 17, Rebellion on April 19, and their next set of TV tapings on April 24 and April 25.
They confirmed all tickets would be refunded at the point of purchase, but they did give fans a glimmer of hope as they revealed they were looking into alternative ways they can produce the shows.
In a statement, the promotion wrote:
"As a result of the Coronavirus outbreak, IMPACT Wrestling will not be hosting “Against All Odds” on April 17th in Toronto, the April 19th “Rebellion” pay-per-view event at New York City’s Terminal 5 and the April 24th & 25th TV tapings in Columbus, Ohio. We are monitoring the situation closely and are looking at alternative ways that we can produce the events. All tickets will be fully refunded from point of purchase.
"The safety of our fans, talent and staff is of utmost importance and we will continue to adjust plans as necessary while still delivering as much IMPACT Wrestling as possible."