Jay White, Thunder Rosa, Chelsea Green, Mickie James, No Way Jose and More Appear at Impact Slammiversary

Saturday’s Impact Slammiversary PPV featured several surprise appearances, including Jay White, Thunder Rosa, Chelsea Green, Mickie James and No Way Jose.

Jay White

Former IWGP Heavyweight Champion and current leader of the Bullet Club Jay White appeared at the end of the show.

After Kenny Omega defeated Sami Callihan in an Impact World Championship match, White came out to the ring holding his NEVER Openweight Championship and stared down Omega as the show went off the air.

After the show went off the air, David Finlay and Juice Robinson, who wrestled on the PPV earlier, came out and tried to attack White, but White hit Robinson with his finisher, the Bladerunner and escaped.

White will defend the NEVER Openweight Championship against Finlay at NJPW Resurgence on August 14 in Los Angeles.

Chelsea Green

Chelsea Green made her return to Impact, teaming with her fiance Matt Cardona to defeat Brian Myers and Tenille Dashwood.

Green had her old “hot mess” gimmick.

She wrestled with a cast on her wrist, but the commentators said that she was cleared to wrestle.

Green hit the Unprettier on Dashwood for the win.

Green wrestled in Impact as Laurel Van Ness from 2016-2018.

She also appeared on the Ring of Honor Best in the World PPV last weekend and said that she’d be wrestling for ROH.

Thunder Rosa

Thunder Rosa was a mystery opponent, taking on Deonna Purrazzo for the Impact Knockouts Championship. Purrazzo won with the Queen’s Gambit piledriver.

Mickie James

After the Purrazzo vs. Rosa match, Mickie James came out to the ring and said it’s “so good to be back in Impact.” She then invited Deonna Purrazzo to the NWA Empowerrr all women’s PPV on August 28. Purrazzo insulted her and told her to get out of the ring, then James responded by giving her a superkick.

No Way Jose

No Way Jose wrestled as Fallah Bahh’s partner in the Impact World Tag Team Championship four way match.

He was known just as “No Way” and did his whole conga line entrance.

The Good Brothers won the match, pinning Rhino after a Magic Killer to win the titles.

“The Drama King”

A vignette aired hyping up someone called “The Drama King,” with a mystery person’s hand painting “Long Live the Drama King” on a canvas.

There’s no word on who it may be, but Aiden English has used the “Drama King” label. His current Twitter handle is @DramaKingMatt.