This Sunday, April 22, Impact Wrestling presents one of its pay-per-views called "Redemption" at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. The scheduled card features a three-way for the World Championship as well as matches for the Knockouts, X Division, and Tag Team titles.

Here are the matches that will take place.

Scheduled card

  • Impact World Championship: Champion Austin Aries vs. Pentagon vs. Fenix Jr.

The Lucha Brothers, Pentagon, and Fenix Jr. are two of the more talented wrestlers in Lucha Underground. With that being said, they aren’t well known by casual fans who tune into Impact every so often. This match was supposed to be Aries [VIDEO] vs Alberto El Patron, but El Patron was canned by the company for no-showing some events.

  • Impact Knockouts Championship: Champion Allie vs. Su Yung

Impact’s attempt to make Allie seem tough and brave just doesn’t seem authentic. They have done a better job at making Yung seem sadistic and dangerous since her debut.

  • Impact X Division Championship: Champion Matt Sydal vs. Petey Williams

Sydal has become strange recently and now has a spiritual guide who is none other than Josh Matthews.

  • Impact World Tag Team Championships: Champions LAX vs. Eli Drake & Big Poppa Pump! (Scott Steiner) Unfortunately, he’s now 55 years old and looked sluggish when appearing in a tag match with Josh Matthews last year.
  • House of Hardcore Match: Tommy Dreamer, Eddie Edwards, & Moose vs. oVe

oVe has been a pain in Edwards and Moose’s side, so who better to get than the “Innovator of Hardcore” to even the odds?

  • Brian Cage vs. Ishimori vs. Desmond Xavier vs. El Hilo del Fantasma vs. DJZ vs. Trevor Lee

Impact is just throwing six X Division stars in a match together to make Cage look even more dominant.

  • Aerostar vs. Drago

Two more stars of Lucha Underground battle it out in what should be a high-flying match.

Final take

Impact Wrestling (formerly TNA) has only had two pay-per-events in each of the last couple years. "Redemption" is their first since "Bound For Glory" on November 5, 2017. So with pay-per-view events so infrequent, Impact needs to do something special in order to get people to shell out the $39.95 to watch.

That really isn’t the case with "Redemption." Bringing in Scott Steiner and Tommy Dreamer likely aren’t to bring in a lot of pay-per-view buys. The company airs title matches all the time in televised matches so it almost feels like every match on "Redemption" could have as easily just been featured on television.