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Impact Wrestling announces Slammiversary, two other events


Impact Wrestling will continue to stay busy on the special event front, announcing their next three special events on Sunday's Rebellion show.

It begins on Saturday, May 15th with Under Siege on Impact Plus. This will be the first-such named event in company history. 

It continues on Saturday, June 12th with the return of Against All Odds after a year's absence. Traditionally a February show, it started in 2005 in then-TNA and became an annual PPV through 2012. After six years away, Impact brought it back as a special TV episode in 2019, headlined by Brian Cage vs. Killer Kross. They didn't indicate whether the event will be a PPV, an Impact Plus special or a special episode of their weekly TV show.

Finally, they announced Slammiversary will return this July, but a specific date wasn't given. This will be their 19th annual celebration of their first-ever event, held on June 19, 2002. During the video, several former wrestlers recently released by WWE were included like Samoa Joe, Chelsea Green, Mickie James in addition to New Japan's Okada and Naito, Keiji Mutoh and the Australian and Mexico flags to allude to The IIconics and Andrade.

Locations for all three shows weren't announced, but it's assumed that at least Under Siege will be pre-taped at Skyline Studios in Nashville, TN, as has been the case with recent Impact Plus shows.