A series of major events in IMPACT Wrestling have led to a big change to the Slammiversary card.
The North combination of Ethan Page and Josh Alexander became IMPACT Tag Team Champions last night at "Bash at the Brewery," which throws a wrench into the original Slammiversary lineup for this weekend. Now, the show's title match will serve as a 3-way affair, as announced on IMPACT's Twitter Saturday afternoon.
JUST ANNOUNCED!@OfficialEGO & @Walking_Weapon will defend their newly won Tag Team Championships against @SantanaLAX & @Ortiz5150 and @DezmondXavier & @zachary_wentz in a 3-way match TOMORROW NIGHT at Slammiversary! #SLAMM17 pic.twitter.com/Nm9SEhTE17— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) July 6, 2019
LAX have been in the news recently, as their contracts with the company reportedly expire this Summer. With IMPACT Wrestling set to film many weeks of television soon, their title losses seemed an inevitability. However, this weekend's development involving the North makes some of those inevitabilites not so.
Fightful will have full, live coverage of Impact Slammiversary this Sunday, including match ratings, and a live post-show podcast.