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  • Writer's pictureCarlos Astorga

IMPACT On AXS Tv Live Results (07/15/2021)

Tonight on IMPACT Wrestling, it’s the go-home before Slammiversary as Moose takes on Hernandez, Kaleb with a K and Tenille Dashwood battle Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering and Moose squares up against Hernandez.


July 15, 2021, Nashville, TN

Commentary: Josh Mathews & D’Lo Brown

Tenille Dashwood & Kaleb with a K vs. Rachael Ellering & Jordynne Grace

Kaleb and Grace start it off as Kaleb tries to power with her, but a shoulder tackle downs him. Standing sidewalk slam by Jordynne. Kaleb crawls over to tag in Tenille after a pin attempt. Rachael gets in too and gets a two count on Dashwood. Soon after, Grace and Ellering hit stereo spinebusters on their foes. Tenille takes control against Ellering for quite a while, but Rachael pulls down Kaleb’s trunks to reveal leopard print briefs. He soon tries to pin Ellering but no dice. Hot tag is eventually made to Jordynne. She handles Kaleb quite well and hits a running powerbomb for which Tenille needed to make the save. Grace feeds the knees to the back of Kaleb in the corner as she and Ellering exchange leaping corner attacks on Kaleb. He superkicks Grace, Ellering downs him. Tenille hits her with a spotlight kick and we’re back at a stalemate.

Jordynne dives to the outside, but after that she and Kaleb go back and forth with the offense. Grace and Ellering hit a double team spinning uranage on Kaleb for the 1-2-3.

WINNERS: Jordynne Grace & Rachael Ellering

A video package plays of Sami Callihan hyping his match against Kenny. He says Omega doesn’t have the love for pro wrestling in his eyes and runs down Slammiversary.

A video package plays of Deonna Purrazzo explaining her talent and prestige before she and Scott D’Amore are sitting down in front of an unsigned contract. She’s not pleased she has to sign a contract against an unknown opponent at Slammiversary. After cutting a promo regarding her accolades she actually signs it. D’Amore then hits her with a litany of name teases as he exist.

Havok (with Rosemary) vs. Tasha Steelz (with Kiera Hogan)

Steelz gets caught from behind by Havok and once she does, she’s woman-handled. We go to break.

Back from it, Tasha hits a neckbreaker. Hard kicks to the back of Havok. Steelz chokes her with the boot in the corner and hits her with a sharp superkick to follow up. Knees in the corner before Tasha snapmares Havok down for a cover, but a kickout at one. Tasha jumps on Havok’s back, and she gets a major receipt with some harsh attacks, including a running knee in the corner. Shot to the inner thigh of Havok and then Tasha gives a couple headbutts, but Havok hits a push-up stall belly-to-belly suplex. Havok goes for tombstone, no dice, Tasha goes for a crucifix bomb, no. dice. Havok catches Steelz from up top and hits a tombstone for the W.


Backstage Kimber Lee is anxiously awaiting her results regarding Susan. Suddenly, out walks Susan unscathed. She says it all went according to plan. Kimber Lee wonders where Father James Mitchell is and Susan says he ran into a bit of trouble. She then grabs Kimber Lee, says she knew all along and dragged her into the room before giving a grin.

Kal Herro vs. Steve Maclin

Maclin is just dominate. He tells Herro he’s going to “quit just like everyone tried to do to him.” Kal gets a brief bit of offense in, but Maclin pops back up and hits Herro with his modified screwdriver for the W.

WINNER: Steve Maclin

He gets on the mic and says the worst thing everyone could have done was give him time. Obviously, he came to IMPACT Wrestling prepared, but now he’s done waiting.

Rosemary says Havok is the final piece to their puzzle and James Mitchell appears saying he just barely escaped the most wicked women he’s ever met. Rosemary asks if Havok is ready and she says she is.

Ace Austin, Madman Fulton, Rohit Raju & Shera vs. Chris Bey, Trey Miguel, Josh Alexander & Petey Williams

Rohit and Petey begin matters. Raju knees and then leg sweeps Williams. Petey tries for a destroyer and gets a pin attempt which prompts Raju to tag in Ace Austin. Alexander gets tagged too. Josh goes for the ankle lock, but Ace escapes only to get some shoulder takles for his elusiveness. Tag to Trey who shows his dropkick expertise. Ace misses a kick but tags in Madman who downs Trey over the ropes. He powerlifts Trey for snake eyes, before hitting a running boot. Two count.

Tag to Rohit who continues the offense against Miguel. There’s a major gang-up on Miguel from the heels. Austin gets in and Trey frees himself to try to tag. Madman runs interference and it’s Bey who gets the hot tag. Alexander German suplexes the massive Madman, but Rohit hits a flurry of moves against him. Williams hits a Destroyer. Austin takes him out, Trey takes Austin out, and Bey rolls up Shera for the W.

WINNERS: Chris Bey, Trey Miguel, Josh Alexander & Petey Williams

Post-match, the bad guys go to attack, but Chris Bey regulates with a steel chair that sends everyone bailing. Suddenly, Chris Bey beats everyone with a chair.

Brian Myers and Sam Beale approach Hernandez for back-up, but Swinger’s got him a full-time gig and full-time money. He’s out. We see Myers peer into a door and make the proposition to someone else to take out Cardona.

Brian Myers comes out with Sam Beale. He says he must be a man of his word and asks Jake Something to come out to the ring. Something comes out with Matt Cardona. Brian says two on one isn’t fair. Matt says be a man of his word. Brian says Something is a professional, but that doesn’t mean you’re a star. Plain black trunks and a beard? You kidding me? “Something” fits him perfectly because that’s all your gonna be. The four men brawl. Cardona hits an Unprettier on Myers. He sizes up Myers for a boot wash, but Cardona gets cheap shotted by Tenille Dashwood. Tenile and Kaleb join in the beatdown.

We see Matt Cardona backstage. He’s not happy. He hasn’t talked to Tenille in years and is sick of having to deal with Brian Myers. Suddenly Scott D’Amore comes in and proposes a tag match if Cardona can find someone. July 17? Oh, he thinks he can.

A video package airs promoting Moose vs. Chris Sabin at Slammiversary.

Moose vs. Hernandez (with Johnny Swinger)

Hernandez matches power with Moose. He sends Moose into the guard rail on the outside before sending him into the ring post. Hernandez goes for a powerbomb, but Moose turns it into a a uranage. Lights Out spear. 1-2-3.


Post-match, Moose wedges a chair on the leg of Hernandez and Sabin’s music hits for the save. He goes after the legs of Moose and wedges the chair on Moose’s leg, but Moose powders.

Kenny Omega and Don Callis talk about how erratic Sami Callihan is.

Doc Gallows vs. Willie Mack vs. Fallah Bahh vs. Joe Doering

Doering gets taken to the outside and then so does Doc after some teamwork by Bahh and Mack. Those two men then start duking it out. Willie and Bahh have a stalemate until Doering and Doc level both of them. The fight eventually goes to the outside. Mack battles with Doering as Doc and Bahh take the action back to the canvas. Bahh butt bumps Doc in the corner before choking him over the second ropes as Karl Anderson yells “stupid gross butt.”

Doc does happen to boot Willie Mack down on the outside. He sends him back in the ring for an elbow drop and a two count. Doc delivers some swift elbows to the shoulders of Willie as Bahh and Doering fight on the outside.

Soon, Doc and Doering exchange shots as both men knock themselves to the floor. Big LG hits the post and Doering hits Big LG. Willie Mack comes leaping off the top, but Bahh catches him with a Samoan Drop. Doering nails Bahh with a running crossbody and hits him with a short-arm clothesline for the finish.

WINNER: Joe Doering


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