Twenty years to the the day of their first ever event, IMPACT Wrestling returns to their spiritual home to present Slammiversary 2022 on Sunday June 19th 2022 in a celebration of all things TNA and Impact.
The past two IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary pay-per-views have been surprise aplenty. The Good Brothers, Eric Young, EC3, Chelsea Green, and countless others all found their new home. With Jay White shockingly emerging at the conclusion of last year’s event, that momentum looks to continue with IMPACT Slammiversary 2022!
It has also been reported that former TNA/IMPACT President Dixie Carter will be making an appearance at the annual event. Carter served as President from 2003 until 2016.
IMPACT Wrestling will celebrate its twentieth anniversary with this year’s card, but how can you watch along? When can you do so? What’s the match card like? Fear no more, as Inside The Ropes has you covered with all of the information you need to know before Slammiversary 2022!
When is IMPACT Slammiversary 2022?
The eighteenth Slammiversary is scheduled to take place on Sunday, June 19th from Nashville Fairgrounds in Nashville, Tennessee.
The main card begins at 8pm EST, meaning a 1am BST start on Monday, June 20th for fans watching in the United Kingdom.
A special Countdown To Slammiversary will also begin half an hour before the main portion begins at 7:30pm EST (12:30am BST in the UK), airing on Fite TV and IMPACT’s official YouTube channel.
How can I watch IMPACT Slammiversary 2022?
Tickets are sill available to purchase at Eventbrite, ranging between $25 and $250.
Fans who cannot be in attendance can follow all the action live on pay-pay-view or FITE. The main card is available to purchase via FITE TV at a cost of $14.99 and PPV.com at a cost of $39.99.
The pre-show will stream for free via Impact’s YouTube channel.
What is the match card for IMPACT Slammiversary 2022?
There are currently nine matches scheduled for IMPACT Wrestling Slammiversary:
- Reverse Battle Royal (Countdown To Slammiversary)
- Rich Swann (c) vs. Brian Myers – Digital Media Championship match (Countdown To Slammiversary)
- Eddie Edwards, Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, PCO & Vincent vs. Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin, Frankie Kazarian and two undetermined partners
- Moose vs. Sami Callihan – Monster’s Ball match
- Madison Rayne & Tenille Dashwood (c) vs. Rosemary & Taya Valkyrie – Knockouts World Tag Team Championships match
- Jay Briscoe & Mark Briscoe (c) vs. Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson – World Tag Team Championships match
- Ace Austin (c) vs. Alex Zayne vs. Jack Evans vs. Kenny King vs. Mike Bailey vs. Trey Miguel – Ultimate X match for the X Division Championship
- Tasha Steelz (c) vs. Chelsea Green vs. Deonna Purrazzo vs. Jordynne Grace vs. Mia Yim – Queen of the Mountain match for the Knockouts World Championship with Mickie James as the Ringside Enforcer
- Josh Alexander (c) vs. Eric Young – World Championship match