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Impact to debut new style of match at No Surrender

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Impact Wrestling is in the kitchen cooking something tasty. In an effort to spice up their No Surrender event on February 13, Impact will debut a new style of match guaranteed to have total nonstop action.

Introducing the Triple Threat Revolver:

Do you love Triple Threat matches? Well then the Triple Threat Revolver is for you! On February 13th at No Surrender, Trey Miguel, Chris Bey, Josh Alexander, Blake Christian, Ace Austin, Willie Mack, Suicide and Daivari will compete in one of the most unique and action-packed matches in pro wrestling!

Three competitors start the match. When one is pinned or submitted, another will enter the fray. The Triple Threat matches will continue until there are no more entrants, in which the final pinfall or submission will earn the victor a shot at the X-Division Championship!

The Triple Threat Revolver basically sounds like a triple threat gauntlet match. I mean the traditional wrestling terminology for gauntlet match, not the Impact terminology referring to a Royal Rumble.

It should be a lock to steal the show with the tremendous talent involved. Chris Bey is a heck of a wrestler. Josh Alexander is a great technician in the ring. Willie Mack is a jam-up guy. Suicide, Ace Austin, Trey Miguel, and Blake Christian are high-flyers of the highest magnitude. Let’s not forget Daivari. Who are you to doubt Daivari? He is a serious professional.

The No Surrender card currently stands at:

  • World Championship: Rich Swann (c) vs Tommy Dreamer
  • World Tag Team Championship: Good Brothers (c) vs Private Party (with Matt Hardy)
  • X-Division Championship: TJP (c) vs Rohit Raju (with Shera)
  • Triple Threat Revolver: Daivari, Suicide, Willie Mack, Ace Austin, Trey Miguel, Chris Bey, Josh Alexander, & Blake Christian
  • Hernandez & Brian Myers vs Eddie Edwards & Matt Cardona

No Surrender will be available for viewing through the Impact Plus app on February 13 at 8 pm ET.

What do you think of Impact’s newest match concept?