Impact Wrestling will make their debut in Australia this summer as part of a four-day, two event tour.
The promotion will head to Wagga, Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, for events on Friday, June 30th and Saturday, July 1st at the Equex Centre in addition to two days of fan events. Conrad Thompson will also be on hand to host a live podcast on Sunday, July 2nd.
The events will be available on FITE in addition to Impact's broadcast platforms, digital and social media. Specific details weren't announced in the release.
It will be the company's first shows outside North America since a September 2018 event in the United Kingdom.
Impact is replacing NJPW who had to withdraw due to "scheduling and talent availability issues." The previously announced NJPW Oceania Cup has been postponed.
According to the release, the events will feature Impact wrestlers, title matches and "special challenge matches "against the best Australia-based wrestlers."
The promotion is able to hold the shows thanks to the $40 million NSW Government Regional Events Acceleration Fund.
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