SPOILER: Next Challenger For TNA World Title Revealed At April 21 TV Tapings

World Title match at TNA Under Siege 2024 revealed

The next challenger for the TNA World Championship has been revealed and it isn't Matt Hardy. 

Moose successfully defended the TNA World Title against Nic Nemeth in the main event of Saturday's Rebellion pay-per-view, with Matt Hardy being revealed as the lights-out surprise following the match as he laid out Moose to end the show standing tall. 

Despite this, though, Hardy won't be the next challenger for the TNA World Title. Josh Alexander made his way to the ring at Sunday's TNA IMPACT taping in Las Vegas, only for the Walking Weapon to be interrupted by Frankie Kazarian after both men picked up wins at Rebellion

This set up a number one contender's match and Alexander ultimately picked up the win with an Ankle Lock. When Josh Alexander vs. Moose for the TNA World Title will take place is unknown. 

Josh Alexander and Moose have a long history in TNA stretching back to when Alexander won the then-IMPACT World Title at Bound For Glory 2021, only to lose the belt moments later in front of his son after Moose called his shot. Alexander would eventually regain the championship from Moose at Rebellion 2022 and go on to twice successfully defend the title against the former NFL player.

Moose has been TNA World Champion since Hard To Kill 2024, having defeated Alex Shelley for the strap. 

H/T Bodyslam.net

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