A new title match has been made for next Saturday's Impact Slammiversary pay-per-view.
After several weeks of taunts between the two men, Digital Media Champion Joe Hendry will defend against Kenny King on the pre-show.
The event is set for Saturday, July 15th at Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
King has got into Hendry's business on Impact's weekly TV recently with the champion retorting by using his specific style of music videos to mock King.
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King will be looking for his first Digital Media title while Hendry will attempt to make his 14th defense of the championship.
Here's the current card:
Impact World Champion Alex Shelley defends against Nick AldisKnockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo defends against TrinityX-Division Champion Chris Sabin defends against Lio RushImpact Tag Team Champions ABC (Chris Bey & Ace Austin) defend against Sami Callihan & Rich Swann, Brian Myers & Moose, and Subculture (Flash Morgan Webster & Mark Andrews) in a four-way matchKnockouts Tag Team Champions The Coven (Taylor Wilde & KiLynn King) defend against Masha Slamovich & Killer KellySteve Maclin & Bully Ray vs. PCO & Scott D'Amore with former NHL player Darren McCarty as special enforcerUltimate X match: Mike Bailey vs. Jonathan Gresham vs. Angels vs. Kevin Knight vs. KUSHIDAPre-show: Digital Media Champion Joe Hendry defends against Kenny King
The company also announced the first match for their post-Slammiversary fallout taping on Sunday after the PPV as Santino Marella will take on Dirty Dango.
Marella has been a target for Dango ever since the latter turned on Impact's Director of Authority as part of his new attitude change. Marella surprised Dango recently on TV, thwarting a plan by giving him his Cobra strike.
It's expected Impact will announce more matches for the Sunday taping next week.