More Championship Matches & Adrenaline-Pumping Action Now Official for the IMPACT Wrestling Down Under Tour

July 2, 2023

More Championship Matches & Adrenaline-Pumping Action Now Official for the IMPACT Wrestling Down Under Tour

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Chris Sabin dethroned Trey Miguel to become a record-setting 9-time X-Division Champion. When IMPACT Wrestling goes down under, Sabin will put his title on the line as he defends against fellow X-Division pioneer Frankie Kazarian and New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s Robbie Eagles, who will be competing in his home country of Australia. Buckle up for what promises to be an edge-of-your-seat thrill ride!

After overcoming the challenge of Dirty Dango, Joe Hendry will now turn his attention towards Eddie Edwards as he defends his Digital Media Title against the IMPACT veteran on June 30th. While Edwards is no stranger to championship gold, the Digital Media Title is one of the few titles that has eluded him during his illustrious career. But will all of that change when IMPACT Wrestling goes down under?

The Good Hands may have failed to capture the IMPACT World Tag Team Titles but Brian Myers isn’t finished with ABC just yet. Myers would go on to rekindle his partnership with former IMPACT World Champion Moose and two will now face off against Ace Austin and Chris Bey on June 30th. A win here could go a long way in earning them a future IMPACT World Tag Team Title opportunity, but do they have what it takes to topple the red-hot duo of Ace and Bey?

The action continues on July 1st as champions collide in a star-studded bout with the IMPACT World Tag Team Titles on the line. It was back in March when ABC triumphed over the Motor City Machine Guns to become the new IMPACT World Tag Team Champions. Just a few months later, Alex Shelley is now the IMPACT World Champion and Chris Sabin, the X-Division Champion. The Guns will have an opportunity to add even more gold to their collection as they challenge ABC in a highly-anticipated rematch.

There’s no rest for the weary in IMPACT Wrestling as whoever leaves night one of the Down Under Tour as Digital Media Champion, whether it’s Joe Hendry or Eddie Edwards, will put their title on the line against Moose just 24 hours later on July 1st. Moose has had issues with both competitors in the past, and Edwards is considered to be one of his fiercest rivals of all time. One thing is for certain, the action will be as physical as ever in this championship showdown.

Recently on IMPACT!, Steve Maclin and Bully Ray toppled Frankie Kazarian and Eddie Edwards in tag team action. While Kazarian was unable to form a winning strategy with Edwards, he will have an opportunity to even the score when he battles Maclin in singles competition on July 1st. Maclin could be the new IMPACT World Champion coming into this match as he receives his contractually-obligated rematch against Alex Shelley on night one of the Down Under Tour. Meanwhile, Kazarian could also be holding gold as he battles Chris Sabin and Robbie Eagles for the X-Division Title.

Australia’s own Steph De Lander locks up with Killer Kelly on July 1st. De Lander competed for IMPACT back in January of this year and is looking to make a statement at the expense of her opponent. Kelly has proven that she’s willing to sacrifice it all in order to obtain victory, but will it be enough to overcome the powerhouse in her home country?

Streaming LIVE on FITE June 30th and July 1st, IMPACT Wrestling presents the 2-show Down Under Tour, marking the company’s first-ever major events in Australia. Tickets are on-sale now at and

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