Spoilers from Friday’s TNA Impact TV taping at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania have emerged, marking the first of two nights of tapings.

All matches filmed during this weekend’s events will be broadcast over the next four weeks on TNA Impact and Xplosion, leading up to the highly anticipated Rebellion pay-per-view in Las Vegas on April 20th.

The standout news from the taping was the return of former Digital Media Champion Matt Cardona and Steph De Lander. De Lander, who debuted for the company in January 2023 and featured in last summer’s Down Under tour, made a significant comeback alongside Cardona, who was last seen at the Bound for Glory gauntlet match in October.

In a thrilling turn of events, De Lander secured victory in the second-ever 8-4-1 match, earning herself a Knockouts title shot against Jordynne Grace at Rebellion. This sets the stage for a rematch from last January, where Grace emerged victorious.


Here’s a summary of the TNA Impact Wrestling matches taped:

Tasha Steelz triumphed over Ava Everett.

In the first part of the 8-4-1 match, Rosemary, Xia Brookside, Dani Luna & Steph De Lander emerged victorious against Havok, Jody Threat, Alisha Edwards & Masha Slamovich.

De Lander clinched victory in the second part of the match, defeating Rosemary, Xia Brookside & Dani Luna to secure a Knockouts title shot against Grace at Rebellion, with an assist from Cardona.

Grizzled Young Vets (James Drake & Zack Gibson) overcame Deaner in a handicap match.

Josh Alexander emerged victorious against Tracy Williams, with Alex Hammerstone launching an attack post-match.

Eddie Edwards bested Mike Bailey, with Alisha Edwards intervening.

Steve Maclin claimed victory over Chris Sabin.

X-Division Champion Mustafa Ali emerged triumphant over Rhino in an old-school rules (anything goes) match.

Hammerstone delivered a promo before subjecting a cameraman to the torture rack.
The Rascalz (Trey Miguel & Zachary Wentz) secured a win against The FBI (Zack Clayton & Ray Jaz), with Myron Reed making his return to aid The Rascalz. This marked Clayton’s TNA debut.

TNA Digital Media Champion Crazzy Steve retained his title against Laredo Kid via disqualification.

First Class (AJ Francis & Rich Swann) emerged victorious against ABC (Chris Bey & Ace Austin), setting up a match between Swann and Joe Hendry for Rebellion.

A contract signing between Grace and De Lander took a chaotic turn when Cardona inadvertently knocked down Santino Marella, leading to a series of confrontations resulting in Grace being put through a table.

Jake Something secured victory against James Drake, with Deaner making a timely save for his former partner after an attack by Zack Gibson.

Hammerstone claimed victory over Lil’ Guido, with a tense staredown between Hammerstone and Alexander following the match.

Nic Nemeth emerged triumphant over Alex Shelley.

These developments mark an exciting turn of events leading up to TNA’s Rebellion pay-per-view, promising an action-packed event for wrestling fans.

Steve Carrier

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