Impact Wrestling is set to make a significant change at its Hard To Kill pay-per-view event this Saturday at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. The promotion is reintroducing the TNA brand, marking a rebranding effort that has generated considerable anticipation among wrestling fans.

As part of the buildup to the event, Impact Wrestling has been unveiling the new designs for its championship belts, adding to the excitement surrounding the show. Some of the marquee matches scheduled for Hard To Kill include:

  • World Heavyweight Champion Alex Shelley defending his title against Moose.
  • X-Division Champion Chris Sabin facing off against El Hijo del Vikingo and Kushida in a high-stakes triple-threat match.
  • Knockouts World Champion Trinity defending her title against Jordyn Grace.

Impact Wrestling has been teasing a big surprise for the event and has expressed its goal of signing a prominent wrestling star. This has only fueled speculation and intrigue about what the promotion has in store for fans during Hard To Kill.

Additionally, the promotion unveiled the new design for the World Heavyweight Title, which fans can see in the provided image. Alex Shelley had captured the World Title from Steve Maclin at the Against All Odds special in June, and since then, he has successfully defended it against various challengers, including Brian Myers, Hiroshi Tanahashi, Josh Alexander, Jonathan Gresham, and others.


The return of the TNA brand and the revamped championship belts are part of Impact Wrestling’s efforts to rejuvenate and elevate its product, setting the stage for an eventful and dynamic future for the promotion.

As a reminder, Ringside News will have live play-by-play coverage of the TNA Hard to Kill pay-per-view event. Stay with us all week for any late breaking news heading into the event.

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Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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