According to PW Insider, IMPACT Wrestling is planning on moving forward “in some way” with their planned Rebellion pay per view, which was set to take place on April 19th in New York prior to the event being canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Reports are that the promotion is considering running the show as an AXS TV special, but no word on when that would happen at this time. Two new matchups are expected to be added at some point as well.
As far as weekly television…IMPACT is reportedly planning on running an empty arena show to tape content for AXS.
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