On the go-home episode of Impact Wrestling, the final talent teaser aired for Slammiversary on July 18. There have been hints for Team Canada, EC3, Aces & Eights, Heath Slater, Super Eric Young, and several others. Who exactly will be arriving remains a mystery. One thing for certain is that three people will be coming together. Based on the latest clip, there will be another star arriving solo.
#Slammiversary just got even more exciting. ORDER HERE: https://t.co/cjK3GrKZ0H pic.twitter.com/0ljnyMgk5B— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) July 15, 2020
I haven’t picked up any new hints from that clip. My guess is Chris Sabin for two reasons. First, he was the star of the flashback moment on Impact Wrestling by winning an Ultimate X match against Suicide and Kenny King. Second, the person at the FedEx box didn’t have the type of chiseled ass cheeks to be someone like EC3. Sabin is kind of small and probably wears loose jeans.
Let’s go over other little hints of talent that could appear at Slammiversary.
On the Impact post-show two weeks ago, Don Callis made a machine gun reference, which I assume is for “Machine Gun” Karl Anderson. Anderson and Luke Gallows still seem like a lock to appear at Slammiversary.
#IMPACTAfterShock pic.twitter.com/tbk9NhlcsI— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) July 13, 2020
Last night’s post-show teased Lanny Poffo working on commentary to call the action, but that may have just been a joke. I’m a fan of Poffo, so I hope this one is true.
Time to check in with EC3. I’m not sure if this relates to Impact, but give it a view anyway.
The Fight Begins...— I|I essential character I|I (@therealec3) July 14, 2020
One person who won’t be showing up live at Slammiversary is Rusev. He tested positive over the weekend for coronavirus. If Rusev had planned to arrive in Impact as Handsome Miro, then he’ll have to do so via video.
Did you pick up any new hints that slipped past me? Is Chris Sabin going to move the needle for you?