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Published: April 25, 2021 (2 weeks ago)

“IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion 2021” is starting on Sunday, April 25 at 8 p.m. The event, which is the third of its kind, will take place at Skyway Studios in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Here’s what you need to know to watch “IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion 2021″ online as it airs.
When is ‘IMPACT Rebellion 2021′?

“IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion 2021” will be live, and available to watch via pay-per-view, on Sunday, April 25 at 8 p.m.
How can I watch ‘IMPACT Rebellion 2021′?

“IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion 2021″ will be available to watch on live as it airs. The option to buy the pay-per-view will be available afterwards, as well, if you miss the event and didn’t get the opportunity to watch it live.

Purchasing the pay-per-view will include unlimited replays until July 24, 2021.
What matches will be featured in ‘IMPACT Rebellion 2021′?

The main event of “IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion 2021″ will be the title vs. title match for the Impact World Championship and the AEW World Championship with Rich Swann vs. Kenny Omega.

Among the other matches will be the Impact World Tag Team Championship between FinJuice and The Good Brothers; the Impact Knockouts Championship between Deonna Purrazzo and Tenille Dashwood; the Impact X Division Championship with Ace Austin vs. Josh Alexander vs. TJP; a singles match between Matt Cardona and Brian Myers; a Last Man Standing match with Trey Miguel vs. Sami Callihan; an eight man tag team match featuring Chris Sabin, Eddie Edwards, James Storm, and Willie Mack as they face off against Violent By Design; and an Impact Knockouts Tag Team Championship match with Fire N Flava vs. Jordynne Grace with a partner yet-to-be-declared.

Here’s a look at “IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion,” courtesy of the IMPACT Wrestling official YouTube channel:

IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion 2021 full match card Here’s what’s on tap… IMPACT Wrestling and AEW World Titles: Rich Swann (IMPACT) vs. Kenny Omega (AEW) IMPACT World Tag Team Titles: FinJuice (c) vs. The Good Brothers Knockouts Title: Deonna Purrazzo (c) vs. Tenille Dashwood X-Division Title: Ace Austin (c) vs. Josh Alexander vs. TJP Matt Cardona vs. Brian Myers Last Man Standing: Trey Miguel vs. Sami Callihan Chris Sabin, Eddie Edwards, James Storm and Willie Mack vs. Violent By Design Knockouts Tag Team Titles: Fire N Flava vs. Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering Mauro Ranallo returns for Rich Swan vs. Kenny Omega: What to expect from IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion 2021 It’s important to reiterate that Rebellion is far from a one match show, with a full card packed with talented performers across IMPACT Wrestling’s strong roster all set to impress. However, it also can’t be denied that all eyes are on the inter-promotional main event pitting IMPACT against AEW, Kenny Omega versus Rich Swann – winner takes all. Despite coming from two separate companies, on two different networks, the two wrestlers will collide with their respective world titles on the line with the victory walking away with both championships. From an in-ring standpoint, fans can expect a quality bout, and the presence of Mauro Ranallo on commentary only adds to the big fight feel.

In terms of a winner, belt collector Omega – with Don Callis by his side – has to the the favourite to take home all the gold. We already know that whoever wins will be appearing on both shows to defend the titles, and seeing IMPACT and AEW stick to that for a while would be a breath of fresh air. Assuming there are no shenanigans (which would be a massive mistake after this much hype), Omega getting the W and being a regular presence on Thursday nights for a while is an exciting prospect.

An upset with Swann doubling up on Wednesday nights seems unlikely but would take the already memorable moment to a whole other level. The only bit of disappointment going into this match is how little AEW have done to promote it on their weekly TV shows, which is a massive understatement. Hopefully, the result has more significance to AEW than the build itself, because this is a big moment deserving of far more hype on Dynamite.