Impact Wrestling have announced their return to the Great White North for their upcoming Rebellion event. The event is scheduled for April 16th and will be the first Impact show in Toronto since 2019.
Impact will also hold a set of television tapings in Toronto for Fallout from Rebellion. Their full declaration is as follows:
For the first time in 4 years, @IMPACT Wrestling Presents live pro wrestling action in Toronto, Ontario, Canada for the 5th annual #rebellion The pay-per-view kicks off Sunday night, April 16 from the Rebel Entertainment Complex.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) January 19, 2023
IMPACT Wrestling returns to Toronto for the first time since 2019
The REBELLION pay-per-view will air live around the world on Sunday, April 16 from Rebel Entertainment Complex.
All championships will be defended in Toronto
For the first time in 4 years, IMPACT Wrestling presents live pro wrestling action in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, as the 5th Annual Rebels Pay-Per-View kicks off Sunday night, April 16 from the Rebels Entertainment Complex.
Then, on Monday, April 17, fans can catch the Rebel Fallout Show, also live from the Rebel Entertainment Complex, for a second night of action-packed pro wrestling.
Tickets for the 2023 Rebellion pay-per-view and Rebellion Fallout shows go on sale Friday morning, January 20. Visit impactwrestling.com for tickets.
Toronto was the site of the first Uprising pay-per-view in 2019, when The Latin American Exchange (with Santana and Ortiz, Konnan) defeated The Lucha Bros. (Fenix and Pentagon Jr.) in the main event to win the World Tag Team Championship for the fourth time.
IMPACT’s television trucks will be in Toronto April 17 to capture all the in-ring action on IMPACT’s flagship weekly TV show, #IMPACTonAXSTV (Thursdays, 8 pm EST on AXS TV in the US, Fight Network in Canada and IMPACT’s flagship TV show (Internal on YouTube.)
Impact Wrestling has a rich history in Toronto, as the city had an Impact show in 2011 and several prestigious Slammiversary pay-per-views in 2018.
Impact stars including Josh Alexander, Mickie James, Frankie Kazarian, Santino Marella, Bully Ray, Brian Myers, Eddie Edwards, Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley, Moose, Trey Miguel, will all be in Toronto for the April 16-17 event. Jordyn Grace, Deona Purjo, Death Dollz (Taya Valkyrie, Rosemary and Jessica), and many more.