Trey Miguel Beats Sami Callihan In Brutal Last Man Standing Match At IMPACT Rebellion

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Trey Miguel scored the biggest win of his career at IMPACT Wresting Rebellion.

Miguel and Sami Callihan waged war in a brutal Last Man Standing Match, on Sunday night.

Early on, Miguel took some nasty punishment. Callihan dumped him from the ring all the way to the floor, and Miguel crashed into the unforgiving guardrail when Callihan dodged his dive to the outside.

Callihan then powerbombed Miguel onto a production box, determined to punish the young star. The former IMPACT World Champion shoved a wrench into Miguel’s mouth.

The match returned to the ring, and Callihan tried to smash Miguel’s head with a wrench, but the fan-favorite star rallied and slammed his opponent onto a pile of steel chairs. Still, Callihan slammed Miguel onto the legs of a table to maintain control.

“The Draw” then hit a devastating piledriver onto a table, but it didn’t break. A few minutes later, Callihan dropped Miguel with a piledriver onto the steel steps, but it wasn’t enough to keep him down. In the end, Miguel sent Callihan crashing through a table, and “The Draw” was unable to get back to his feet, so Miguel won the match.

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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: