IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion was destined to be a big show. But the debut of W. Morrissey added a literal meaning to that description.
Eric Young’s injury allowed him to chose his placement for Violent By Design’s tag team match on Sunday night. At the pay-per-view, he unveiled Morrissey, formerly known as WWE Superstar Big Cass, as his choice.
Just a few short years ago, Cass was one of the most popular stars on the WWE roster. Alongside Enzo Amore, he was an fan-favorite competitor. But personal struggles have derailed the former NXT standout’s career. He has battled his way back, and now he’s back in a featured spot during an electric time for IMPACT Wrestling.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) April 26, 2021
Morrissey ultimately earned the win in the match by pinning Willie Mack.
IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion was a historic pay-per-view that featured an unprecedented title unification match as its main event. Overall, the entire card was filled with exciting matches that delivered and fun surprises that left fans on the edge of their seats.
We break it all down, from Kenny Omega’s title win to W. Morrissey’s debut and everything in between: