According to, Steph De Lander has made her return to TNA at tonight’s Impact Wrestling TV taping held at the 2300 Arena. Sources suggest she will receive a push leading up to the Rebellion PPV.

As for the Motor City Machine Guns, they are expected to become contractually free at the beginning of April. While some within the company anticipate their departure, others hope they will choose to stay.

Alex Shelley has filed for a trademark on the team name, indicating future plans in case of their exit. If they become available, there’s speculation that AEW would be interested in reigniting their feud with The Young Bucks. It’s shaping up to be an intriguing few weeks for the Guns.

The estimated live crowd for tonight’s taping in Philadelphia is approximately 500 people.


Len Asper, owner of Anthem Media, is present at the taping, though other Anthem executives are not in attendance, according to reports.

How do you think the potential return of Steph De Lander and the contract status of the Motor City Machine Guns might impact the landscape of Impact Wrestling and potentially other promotions in the coming weeks? Let us know in the comments below.

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