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Is it Nemeth’s Time to Show the World?: TNA Rebellion 2024 Predictions

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TNA this weekend puts on one of their biggest pay-per-views of the year in Rebellion. This is the second big pay-per-view under the new TNA banner as Nic Nemeth challenges Moose for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. With nine matches on the show, five championship matches and more let’s predict TNA Rebellion 2024!


TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Championships: Decay (Havok and Rosemary) vs Spitfire (Dani Luna and Jody Threat): I feel the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championships have run their course in the company, especially if all of the challenges for these titles will be makeshift tag teams. Since the roster in TNA is so stacked I would rather see a mid-card title introduced instead so that they can feature more women on the show. Regardless of what I think, Decay just won the titles at Hard to Kill and it does not make sense for them to lose the titles here.

Winners: “And Still” Decay (Havok and Rosemary) 

Leon Slater and ABC (Ace Austin and Chris Bey) vs The Rascalz (Trey Miguel, Zachary Wentz, and Myron Reed): The Rascalz are more powerful when they have friends in their corner to make sure that they get the job done. The Rascalz do a much better job as a heel tag team than a babyface tag team because they are very good at honing in on all of the things that make a team a heel. Cheating in matches, taunting the crowd, and making sure that they always get their way and that is why they will win this match.

Winners:  The Rascalz (Trey Miguel, Zachary Wentz, and Myron Reed)

Main Show:

Joe Hendry vs Rich Swann: I never thought I would see the day that Swann and A.J. Francis would be a unit in TNA, but here we are. Hendry is so over right now, especially with all the parody songs that he makes to taunt Francis that there is no way he can lose here. Even though Swann has Francis in his corner Hendry will find a way to persevere and have you all believe in Joe Hendry.

Winner: Joe Hendry 

Last Man Standing Match: Josh Alexander vs Hammerstone: Do not sleep on this match, as it has the potential to be the match of the night. Hammerstone was a great get by TNA as I was shocked he was not picked up by WWE (good job HHH). I do not think Alexander needs to win here especially since he is so removed from the World Heavyweight Championship title picture. Assuming that Hammerstone gets the win here I think he moves on to face Ali or Nemeth at Slammiversary in the next couple of months.

Winner: Hammerstone

TNA Knockouts World Championship: Jordynne Grace vs Steph De Lander: I am excited that this is something different since it seems Grace has defeated a majority of the TNA Knockouts Roster already. I would not be surprised if Cardona tries to get involved and Jonathan Gresham comes out to stop Cardona mid-match. However since De Lander is not signed to TNA I do not see her beating Grace here, especially after her appearance earlier this year in the Royal Rumble.

Winner: “And Still” Jordynne Grace

Full Metal Mayhem Match: Eric Young vs Frankie Kazarian: TNA always finds a way to make sure their pay-per-view cards at least have one stipulation match on the show. These two are TNA Veterans and have been with the company since the early days and that is why this match is going to be good. For those who do not know, a Full Metal Mayhem match is essentially a TLC match with just a different name. I think Kazarian wins this one as I also believe this should be the match that kicks off the show.

Winner: Frankie Kazarian

TNA X Division Championship: Mustafa Ali vs Jake Something: If there is one thing that has been clear since his free agency is that Ali is having the time of his life right now. Traveling to all different promotions puts on clinics and shows that he is one of the best free agents on the market right now. I do not see Something getting the win here unless Ali has signed a contract with another company that we do not know about. However, do not be surprised if we see him at Forbidden Door this summer. 

Winner: “And Still” Mustafa Ali

TNA World Tag Team Championships: The System (Eddie Edwards and Brian Myers) vs Speedball Mountain (Mike Bailey and Trent Seven): Some would argue this is Edwards’s best work in TNA since he first arrived at the company nearly a decade ago. I think The System becoming a top heel tag team is what both Edwards and Myers needed in their careers in TNA since both men are way better heels than babyfaces. I do not think they will win the titles here because their tag title reign is just getting started and there are more babyface tag teams that they need to face first. Sorry Speedball Mountain.

Winners: “And Still” The System (Eddie Edwards and Brian Myers)

Main Event of TNA Rebellion 2024: TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Moose vs Nic Nemeth: The good thing about Nemeth is just like Ali he is also going everywhere and having amazing matches and that is the type of publicity TNA wants. Unlike Moose who does not wrestle on the independent circuit, having Nemeth carry the TNA World Heavyweight Championship around to other companies can be beneficial and that is why he is going to win this weekend. He will bring TNA to new heights and ring in this new era of TNA the only way he knows how. By showing the world he is one of the best to ever do it.

Winner: “And New” Nic Nemeth

TNA Rebellion 2024 is streaming live on Saturday, April 20th on Triller TV and TNA Plus at 8:00 PM EST.

Kimmy Sokol
Kimmy Sokol
Kimmy Sokol is known to do many things in the world of professional wrestling. If she is not writing on thepopbreak, she is co-hosting The Bob Culture Podcast and traveling the country working with the biggest wrestling superstars on the convention scene.

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