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Title vs. Career Match set for Hardcore Justice; Weapons Match added to card

Hardcore Justice on IMPACT Plus is shaping up to be one hell of an event.

Just announced we will see the Knockouts Title on the line in a Title vs. Career match. The veteran Jazz will put everything on the line as she challenges Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo. If she wins then she will become the Knockouts Champion for the first time in her legendary career. If she loses, that career is over.

The match idea came about as Jazz approached Tommy Dreamer backstage. As the two ECW alumni were speaking, Dreamer had a proposal of an ultimate jeopardy type of match. This is where the challenger of a match would give up something big if they were to lose the match. Jazz decided to put her career on the line.

Jazz has been working with IMPACT since the Knockouts Tag Team Tournament that started in December for the reemergence of the tag titles. She was partnered with Jordynne Grace and since then has found herself both by the side of Grace and across the ring from her. Prior to the call from Grace to be her tag team partner, Jazz was planning on retiring from the industry.

Could this be Jazz’s swan song or will she be able to capture the Knockouts Title to continue her career?

Also announced for Hardcore Justice is a number one contenders match for the Knockouts Title. Whoever walks out as champion between Purrazzo and Jazz will have to take on the winner of this Weapons Match.

The participants will be Jordynne Grace, Susan, Tenille Dashwood, Havok, Rosemary, and Alisha.

One name ironically that is missing from this match is Neveah. During tonight’s IMPACT, Nevaeh attacked her tag team partner Havok from behind breaking up their partnership.

Who do you think will become the number one contender after this Weapons Match?

Hardcore Justice will be taking place on IMPACT Plus on Saturday, April 10. This will go right into IMPACT’s next big pay-per-view, Rebellion on April 25.

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