Impact Wrestling announces pay-per-view event, Rebellion, for April 24, 2021, just before the main event of this Saturday’s Hard To Kill pay-per-view.
This year’s Rebellion pay-per-view will be the third installment of this show which was first held back in 2019.
The second installment of the show was one of the first wrestling events that were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic last year.
Rebellion 2020 was supposed to air live on April 19 at Terminal 5 in New York. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic it was rescheduled, and instead of a live event, it was pre-taped.
The second Rebellion event ended up being taped on a closed set at the Skyways Studios in Nashville. The matches for the event were taped from April 8 to 10 and they were aired as a two-part special on April 21 and 28.
The main event for April 21 was an unsanctioned match where Ken Shamrock defeated Sami Callihan by technical submission.
On April 28, the main event was a three-way match between Moose, Hernandez, and Michael Elgin. Moose won the match and this was the point where he started calling himself the TNA World Heavyweight Champion.