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

All matches filmed during this weekend’s events will be aired over the next four weeks on TNA Impact and Xplosion. This build up will culminate in the eagerly awaited Rebellion pay-per-view, set to take place in Las Vegas on April 20th. You may check out the spoilers for night one of TNA’s weekend tapings by clicking here.

As per PWInsider, Saturday’s event signified the conclusion of Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley’s tenure with the company. Their final appearance saw them competing for the TNA Tag Team titles in the semi-main event of the night.

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

  • Steve Maclin secured victory over Kevin Knight.
  • Myron Reed emerged triumphant against Ray Jaz.
  • KUSHIDA bested Ace Austin and Speedball Mike Bailey, making Austin submit to the Hoverlock.
  • Josh Alexander and Alexander Hammerstone engaged in a heated brawl that spilled into the arena, leading to the announcement of a Last Man Standing Match at the PPV.
  • TNA Champion Moose successfully defended his title against Trent Seven.
  • PCO emerged victorious against Kon in an entertaining Monster’s Ball match.
  • Joe Hendry defeated the debuting LSG.
  • X-Division Champion Mustafa Ali & The Grizzled Young Vets triumphed over Rhino, Jake Something, and Deaner.
  • Ash By Elegance secured a victory over Xia Brookside.
  • TNA Tag Team Champions Eddie Edwards & Brian Myers retained their titles against The Motor City Machineguns.
  • Rosemary emerged victorious against Jody Threat.
  • Frankie Kazarian defeated Chris Bey in an outstanding match.
  • Josh Alexander & X-Division Champion Jordynne Grace emerged victorious against Tasha Steelz and Alexander Hammerstone, with Grace pinning Steelz for the win.

These developments set the stage for an exhilarating build up to TNA’s Rebellion pay-per-view, ensuring an action-packed event for wrestling fans. With thrilling matches and compelling storylines unfolding, anticipation for the pay-per-view is at an all-time high.

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