Shop Impact to release Slammiversary VHS

Nov 30, 2021 - by Marc Middleton

Impact Wrestling has released a VHS tape in 2021.

It was announced today that an “extremely limited, collectors edition, double cassette VHS” of the 2021 Slammiversary pay-per-view is being released via Shop Impact.

The double cassette VHS is going for $25.00.

The 2021 Slammiversary pay-per-view took place on July 17 from Skyway Studios in Nashville, and was headlined by then-Impact World Champion Kenny Omega retaining over Sami Callihan in a No DQ match, then-Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo retaining over Thunder Rosa, then-X Division Champion Josh Alexander retaining in Ultimate X over current champion Trey Miguel, Chris Bey, Ace Austin, Rohit Raju and Petey Williams, The Good Brothers winning the Impact World Tag Team Titles from then-champions Violent By Design in a Fatal 4 Way that also included Rich Swann and Willie Mack, and Fallah Bahh and No Way, plus more.

You can see the box art for the Slammiversary VHS below:

7 Responses

  1. DB says:

    Cool, but I’m waiting for the movie reel version.

  2. Paul says:

    VHS? Who still has a VCR to play the VHS tapes? LOL

  3. Disgruntled Jobber says:

    Cassettes have made a minor comeback over the last few years. The band Battle Beast announced their new album, set to come out early 2022 will be released on CD, vinyl, and cassette.
    A quick google search shows that both DVD/VHS combos and even Blu-ray/VHS combos are still on the market.

  4. Michael V says:

    No one watched the PPV live. Who’s going to buy this on DVD, much less on VHS? I get that it’s meant to be a collectable based on nostalgia, but Shop Impact has such low sales, why add one more item to your shelves to collect dust? At least they’ll sell a few to the families of those who appeared on the show. Or at least to the guys on the box.

  5. CM Chippunk says:

    I knew audio cassette tapes were becoming a small commodity in music again, but, clearly, Impact is ahead of the curve on this one …

  6. Luke says:

    @Disgruntled Jobber & CM Chippunk
    Seriously? The cassette tape is the worst video or audio carrier ever, why the hell would anyone want them to make a comeback?

  7. Taxx W. Hoodchicken says:

    @Micheal V


    It’s all true, tho

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