The main event of June's Slammiversary is confirmed as Eric Young will face Impact World Champion Josh Alexander after winning Thursday's Gauntlet for the Gold match.
The multi-person match came down to Young and Chris Sabin, who was the first entrant. Sabin wore down and was pinned by Young following a piledriver.
Young is a former two-time Impact World Champion with his last run ending in 2020 after just 53 days.
That wasn't all the news regarding June 19th's pay-per-view in Nashville, Tennessee.
Queen of the Mountain introduced
Gail Kim announced that with this year being the 20th anniversary for Impact, the PPV will see the first-ever Queen of the Mountain match as Knockouts Champion Tasha Steelz will defend the title against Chelsea Green, Jordynne Grace, Deonna Purrazzo and newcomer Mia Yim.
Kenny King advances to Ultimate X
In the first qualifying match for the Ultimate X title bout at Slammiversary, Honor No More's Kenny King defeated Bullet Club's Chris Bey to advance. King joins X-Division Champion Ace Austin in the match with four other slots left to fill.