Trinity, Lio Rush, and Subculture emphasize several title changes during Impact Slammiversary.

Almost every title was transferred at the pay-per-view.

Numerous title adjustments helped make Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary pay-per-view noteworthy.

Trinity (formerly Naomi in WWE) defeated Deonna Purrazzo in the night’s co-main event to begin her reign as Knockouts Champion.

Following a succession of headbutts, a full nelson bomb off the middle rope, and a Starstruck submission, Trinity won the match.

It is Trinity’s first significant singles championship since the conclusion of her second reign as WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion in 2017. Trinity debuted with Impact in March of this year and is 5-0 in her new home after obtaining her WWE release.

The victory ends Purrazzo’s three-month reign, which began in April when she began her third stint as champion.

Lio Rush defeated Chris Sabin to begin his first reign as X-Division Champion in a high-profile match.

Rush attacked Sabin prior to the match by performing a suicide dive that drove Sabin into the platform, which Sabin portrayed as a knockout. After an Impact doctor advised him not to compete, he continued and Rush defeated him in two Final Hours to earn the victory and the championship.

Last month, Sabin defeated Trey Miguel to commence his ninth reign.

KUSHIDA, who won an Ultimate X match to earn a future title opportunity, will probably be Rush’s first challenger for the X-Division championship. After punching Alan Angels in the face and sending him off the ropes, the former NJPW superstar won the match.

Match between Rush and KUSHIDA is scheduled for Sunday’s television filming.

Saturday, not only did Eric Young return to the company unexpectedly, but so did Jake Something. Something entered the aforementioned Ultimate X match unexpectedly.

Subculture (Mark Andrews and Flash Morgan Webster) won their first-ever Impact Tag Team titles by defeating now-former champions Ace Austin and Chris Bey, Moose and Brian Myers, and Sami Callahan and Rich Swann in a four-way match.

The Rascalz (Trey Miguel and Zachary Wentz) became involved after failing to obtain entry into the match despite the requirement that Wentz defeat Bey on Thursday to qualify.

Wentz and Miguel prevented Bey from executing the Art of Finesse on Myers, thereby dragging Bey and Austin out of the ring. Webster eliminated everyone outside the ring except Myers, who was defeated by Andrews’ shooting star press for the victory and title change.

This was the debut victory for the former WWE NXT Tag Team Champions in Impact.

Joe Hendry’s multi-month reign as Digital Media Champion came to an end on Saturday, when Kenny King defeated him to win the title.

King won thanks to the assistance of Sheldon Jean, who held onto King’s feet while they were on the ropes, giving him the leverage he needed to get the pin and change the title.

Since his second X-Division championship reign concluded in 2015, this is King’s first Impact title of any kind. Hendry had effectively defended the title 13 times since November 2022, when he first won it.

Masha Slamovich and Killer Kelly are the new Knockouts Tag Team Champions.

The duo defeated The Coven (Taylor Wilde and KiLynn King) to claim their first Impact titles. Slamovich won by pinfall after countering a Witch’s Wrath with a snowplow.

Wilde and King’s tenure comes to an end after only three successful title defenses since they first won the titles in February.

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