At IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion, Deonna Purrazzo continued her impressive reign as the IMPACT Knockouts Champion.
Tenille Dashwood fought valiantly, but she was unable to dethrone “The Virtuosa.”
The champion used her impressive submission-based offense to ground her opponent, but Dashwood rallied with two clotheslines and a tarantula in the ropes. A diving crossbody earned Dashwood a two count. Though Purrazzo planted Dashwood with two German suplexes, the challenger fired back with a suplex into the corner. Dashwood wrenched Purrazzo in the Muta Lock, but Susan and Kimber Lee distracted the referee. Kaleb tried to even the odds, but the distraction helped “The Virtuosa” take control.
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Dashwood was on the verge of victory again, but Kimber Lee and Susan pulled her out of the ring. Thanks to the interference, Purrazzo gained the advantage again. She planted Dashwood with the Queen’s Gambit for the win.
After the match, Taylor Wilde saved Dashwood from a beatdown at the hands of Purrazzo and her associates. Wilde suplexed Susan and Kimber to send a message to the champion.
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: