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Announced Matches For Tonight’s IMPACT Wrestling on AXS TV

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Tonight is the last episode of IMPACT before the company’s Hard To Kill PPV on Saturday. This weekend will see the AEW Champion Kenny Omega make his first IMPACT PPV appearance, teaming with The Good Brothers to take on IMPACT Champion Rich Swann and Motor City Machine Guns.

The final episode before Hard To Kill will see Rich Swann face Karl Anderson before they collide in the six man match at Hard To Kill.

Machine Gun Karl Anderson recently discussed his and Doc Gallows’ invasion of AEW Dynamite.

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‘No, no, no [they knew]’ Karl Anderson stated on the Talk’n Shop podcast, discussing how the talent backstage at AEW knew they’d be appearing. ‘I guess that’s the difference of the time right? Because there was a couple’¦I guess there was a couple marks at the hotel here and there?’

Anderson then discussed how the invasion wasn’t leaked online. ‘We came in and there might have only been one or two in the hotel? I don’t know how they didn’t see us? Maybe they just are a part of the game, and didn’t want to leak it? I almost think it was probably expected at some point, but where we are in the world right now? It’s just easy to surprise I guess.’

Here’s the currently confirmed matches for tonight’s IMPACT Wrestling:

  • IMPACT Wrestling World Champion – Rich Swann vs. ‘Machine Gun’ Karl Anderson (non-title match)
  • Tenille Dashwood vs. Rosemary
  • Kimber Lee vs. Taya Valkyrie
  • Cody Deaner vs. Tommy Dreamer

Hard To Kill will be available to purchase via FITE TV.

Check out the tweet below for more information on tonight’s episode of IMPACT:

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