IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion proved to be the beginning of a new era for the company. In the second title change of the night, Rachael Ellering and Jordynne Grace won the IMPACT Knockouts Tag Team Championship.
Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz) defended the titles on Sunday, but Grace and Ellering, accompanied by Jazz, emerged victorious.
Grace easily overpowered Hogan early on, but the champions’ experience gave them an advantage. Fire ‘N Flava grounded Grace and isolated her for a few minutes. Eventually, Grace rallied and tagged Ellering. The IMPACT Wrestling newcomer cleared house. Grace and Ellering worked together to take control of the match.
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But the champions gained the upper hand again with simultaneous missile dropkicks. Grace then sent Steelz crashing onto the apron, but Steelz took everyone out with a crossbody to the outside.
In the end, Ellering slammed Hogan to the mat for the win.
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: