The World Championship match for Slammiversary XVII has been made official.
Impact Wrestling announced on this week’s episode on Pursuit / Twitch that Brian Cage will be defending his World Title against Michael Elgin at the July pay-per-view.
Cage, who was hospitalized after suffering a legitimate back injury at the Rebellion PPV back in April, vowed to be at the Slammiversary XVII PPV and announced that he will be defending his title against Elgin at the show.
As noted, Impact Wrestling will be introducing a new Titanium Package for tickets to the event. A press release for the show stated that they will “debut a new, expanded top-tiered ticket and fan experience program” at Slammiversary XVII called Titanium, which replaces the VIP Program. Titanium tickets will be priced at $200 and will include front-row seats, autographs, special photo opportunities and more.
Tickets for the Titanium Package at Slammiversary XVII go on sale May 17th, starting at 10am Eastern Time, and will be available at ImpactWrestling.com. All other tickets will go on sale on Monday, May 20, starting at 10 a.m. ET at ImpactWrestling.com. Front-row tickets for the show will be $100; premium floor seating will be $60 and general admission tickets will be on sale for $25.
The Impact Wrestling Slammiversary XVII three-hour event begins on Sunday, July 7th at 8pm Eastern Time and emanates from Gilly’s Dallas in Dallas, Texas. The show will be available on all major PPV distributors, including DISH, DirecTV, iN Demand, Vubiquity, Rogers, Bell, Shaw, Sasktel. Also, it will be streamed live globally on IMPACT Plus and the FITE.tv app.
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