No DQ Stipulation Added To IMPACT World Title Match At Slammiversary 2021

A change to the Slammiversary main event

Kenny Omega and Sami Callihan will contest their match for the IMPACT World Championship at this weekend's Slammiversary show under No Disqualification rules.

Callihan made the challenge to Champion Omega in a video shared on social media on Tuesday, with IMPACT Wrestling confirming not long after that their Title Match on Saturday would now be a No DQ bout.

Callihan said: "You know what, I'll get right to the point. Kenny Omega, I got a challenge for you. This Saturday, Slammiversary, IMPACT Wrestling World Championship Match. Let's make this sh*t No DQ. Because I ain't going to let your boys and Don Callis end this match in typical bullsh*t.

"So what are you going to do? Are you going to accept and be The Best Bout Machine or are you going to be The Best B*tch Machine? This ain't going to be your typical 5-star, 6-star, 7-star match at the Tokyo Dome. I'm going to fight dirty. I am going to come at you as soon as that bell rings.

"So Kenny Omega, what do you say? Are you ready to have a No DQ date with The Death Machine? Thumbs up. Thumbs down!"

Callihan earned the opportunity to face Omega at Slammiversary after The Young Bucks interfered with his match with Moose. Moose would facing Omega in Jacksonville at Against All Odds, but lost thanks, once again, to interference from The Young Bucks. Callihan showed up following the match and attacked Omega, but was then fired by Don Callis.

The next week on IMPACT, Tommy Dreamer was sent to the show as a representative of Anthem, AXS' parent company, and reinstated Sami and fired Callis from his EVP role. The bout between Callihan and Omega at Slammiversary was therefore remade.

H/T Fightful

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