From the looks of things, Impact Wrestling's upcoming Rebellion pay-per-view has been canceled.
AXS.com announced on the ticket selling website that Rebellion has been canceled. The show was supposed to take place at Terminal 5 in New York on April 19. Impact Wrestling has yet to officially comment on the matter.
The full card for the event was not unveiled, but there were a couple of notable matches confirmed for the show: Tessa Blanchard vs. Michael Elgin vs. Eddie Edwards for the Impact World Championship as well as Ken Shamrock vs. Sami Callihan.
This is the latest in a number of wrestling events to be impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. New York City had previously ordered that all large gatherings would be banned, resulting in sporting events, including boxing and mixed martial arts, to get canceled along with wrestling shows taking place. This would be the latest Impact show that has been postponed. Events such as TNA: There's No Place Like Home and Lockdown that were set to take place within the next few weeks have been canceled.
Fightful will continue to update fans on any changes made to the wrestling schedule as more information is known.