IMPACT On AXS Tv Live Results (09/29/2020)
IMPACT Wrestling, September 29, 2020
Taya Valkyrie & Rosemary vs. Havok & Nevaeh
Taya & Nevaeh begin the bout. Nevaeh starts off with a shoulder block but Taya side kicks her and arm drags. The two tag in their partners.
Rosemary fires off hard against Havok, but the powerful boots her down. She and Taya do isolate Havok and it’s Taya who gets a two count. Taya tries to Irish whip but she can’t move her and Havok makes her pay. Isolation comes the way of Taya and it’s Nevaeh who has her in a front chancery. An elbow downs her and Nevaeh gets a two count. A running dropkick gets another two. Tag to Havok. Backbreaker into a running clothesline double team. Two count. Elbows by Taya to Havok. Taya charges at her but eats a turnbuckle. She soon crawls her way to tag in Rosemary and it’s Slingblade city.
Rosemary exploder suplexes Nevaeh down before giving her an upside-down to Havok in the corner. She tries to catch her breath as Rosemary jumps off with a crossbody. A double spear, but Havok gets the tag. Nevaeh gets both of them down, but it’s Taya who comes out on top as she hits Nevaeh with a Road To Vahallah for that W.
WINNER: Taya Valkyrie & Rosemary
Post-match, Tasha Steelz and Kiera Hogan ambush the winners, and the two escape before Havok and Nevaeh intercede.
Backstage, The Good Brothers share a story with security about a Japanese karaoke bar as The Motor City Machine Guns enter the picture. The tension heightens as Gallows says that Alex Shelley was Machine Gun’s young boy in Japan. Sabin and Shelley say if Gallows and Anderson focused on wrestling in the ring rather than telling such swell stories, maybe they’d earn themselves a tag title shot. The champs walk off as Anderson uses an infamous line from Scott Hall to The Dudleys (with spooky fingers and all).
Deonna Purrazzo tells Gina that Kylie is so misguided that all her positivity is going to do her any good in the ring. She said at Bound For Glory, she’s going to break Kylie’s arm. Not so fast as Gina reveals that she’ll be defending her Knockouts Title against Susie this Saturday at Victory Road.
Kaleb With A K introduces Tenille Dashwood to the IMPACT Zone.
Tenille Dashwood vs. Jordynne Grace
Tenille stretches on the ropes before going to kick at Jordynne, but Grace catches the leg and soon looks for a Grace Driver but no dice. Instead, Grace shoulder tackles her foe down before bodyslamming and sentoning her for a two count.
Grace keeps control and drags Tenille to the corner for some shoulder thrusts. She takes her to the adjacent corner and stomps Tenille down. A hard chop before she sends her into the opposite corner hard. Kaleb checks on Tenille and this allows Dashwood to deliver a neck breaker over the second rope. We go to break, baby.
Tenille remains in control with some dirty tactics, including pulling the hair of Grace.
Grace soon catches Tenille with roll-up worthy of a two count, she pops up and kicks Grace hard. She puts her foot on Jordynne’s throat. Tenille attacks Grace in the corner with a kick and a chop. Snap mare, pin attempt, but only worth a dos.
Grace gets a quick jab in and begins to take control with a running meteroa, followed by a rolling cannonball and then caps it off with a Vader Bomb for a near fall. She goes for another close win after a rock hard lariat.
Jordynne goes back to the corner and gives Tenille some hard arms. Jordynne jumps up on the second rope but Tenille turns the tide with a tree of woe. A running low crossbody. Two count and Kaleb starts complaining at ringside. Tenille goes for a spotlight kick and Grace catches her with an elbow. Kaleb quickly hops up on the apron to allow Tenille to flip for a pin attempt, but Grace catches her in a buzzkiller for the tap-out win.
WINNER: Jordynne Grace
Moose is searching for EC3 and a personnel member directs him to a door. Moose can’t believe EC3 has his own dressing room and charges in. He grabs hold of a hooded man thinking it’s EC3, but it’s just an employee who feels compelled to go to HR. He sees EC3 on the wall who tells him he failed. But it’s okay when you fail, you grow. EC3 vows that next week, he’s going to set the TNA World Title on fire.
We get a look at Rich Swann’s recovery. The doctor says Swann is ready to go and the two share a fist bump.
Heath and Rhino meet up outside of the arena. They talk about the success of the #HeathForIMPACT campaign and word is that management might want to speak to him. Suddenly, here comes Reno Scum to attack the two buds. They take the wad of cash Heath was holding and toss it to Hernandez.
Back from break, Rhino is with Scott D’Amore. He begs Scott to give them a match against Reno Scum. Scott is overwhelmed, but eventually okays him and Heath for an unsanctioned bout at this Saturday’s Victory Road.
The Rascalz vs. The Good Brothers
Karl Anderson and Dezmond Xavier begin business. It’s Anderson who’s on offense with some hard shots before sending him into opposite corners. A boot gives Dez the chance to showcase his high-flying with a head-scissors and Wentz gets the tag. Gallows gets the tag too and it is some real big hits from The Big LG.
A tag to Karl & The Rascalz double team Machine Gun. A boot to Dez gives Anderson a chance to tag in Gallows and it’s Dez who meets a massive lariat. Stalling suplex gives Gallows a chance to say “he needs a beer.” A tag soon comes Anderson’s way.
Headlock keeps Dez down as they cut the ring off from Wentz. This goes on for several minutes as Gallows tries to make Dez fade with a sleeper.
Dez gets his shot with an elbow and a bulldog. Tag to Wentz and tag to Karl. It’s Wentz who comes in hot. He snapmares and boots him down. Tags in Dez real quick for a backstabber meteroa double team. Kick out by Karl. They go for the Hot Fire Flame but Anderson gets his knees up. Dez stays on the attack and attempts to dive onto Gallows, but Gallows makes him pay and flings him back in the ring. Spinebuster by Anderson followed by a Magic Killer and the win.
WINNERS: The Good Brothers
Post-match, Karl calls out Motor City Machine Guns as Gallows drinks a beer. Besides coming to IMPACT for a lot of money, they also have gold on the mind. Gallows says there is a target on their backs. The Good Brothers are going to put a bullet hole right on that target at Bound For Glory.
We see Brian Myers and Tommy Dreamer stare down one another in the hallway Sergio Leone style (with music and all). Myers told Dreamer next time he saw him there to go the other way. He takes a swing at the extreme original who catches Myers’ arm and grabs Brian by the throat. Myers begs him to be professional and Dreamer challenges him to Victory Road.
Kaleb checks on Tenille’s neck backstage as they walk into Grace. Kaleb tries to fix matters by challenging Jordynne once more to another bout with Tenille at Victory Road. She’s game for it, but Tenille doesn’t seem as enthused with Kaleb’s call to action.
Johnny Swinger vs. Fallah Bahh - Winner is John E. Bravo’s Best Man
Swinger takes some shots at Fallah, but it doesn’t phase the big man. That fires Fallah up and Johnny begs him off. Bahh goes off. Johnny later tries to show off his gun show, but Bahh bodyslams him down. Big leg drop, but Swinger kicks out. Swinger stomps on Cody Deaner’s hand and it distracts the ref. Swinger grabs Crazzy Steve’s monkey and hits Fallah with it to get the three count. The ref declares Swinger the victor, but Bravo butts in to tell him the misuse of the monkey and demands a restart. The ref obliges.
Bahh knocks Johnny down and lands on him with a Banzai Drop for the three count.
WINNER & Best Man: Fallah Bahh
Gina is backstage with X-Division Champ, Rohit Raju. She mentions that his win against Trey Miguel was cheap. He says talent doesn’t stay mindful of working smart, not hard. He then announces that at Victory Road he’s beginning the “Defeat Rohit” challenge. Even Gina qualifies. Enter TJP into the picture. He would like the opportunity. Rohit says it could be you because it can’t be him, Chris Bey or Trey. They all had their shot.
John E. Bravo tells Johnny Swinger and Fallah Bahh that he actually doesn’t care who his best man is, but thinks that referee stinks (he happens to be right there). Bahh still rubs in the victory to Swinger.
Out comes Eddie Edwards. He mentions he was jumped from behind as the lights went out last week. He knows that it was Eric Young and tells him to come out so he can beat his ass. The lights do go out and there is sitting Sami Callihan on the entryway. Eddie isn’t shocked that the attacker was him, but Sami says it wasn’t him. Eddie still wants to kick his ass. Sami, however, shows Eddie who did attack him last week. Sure enough, the lights go out again. Once they come back on, who is standing behind Eddie but Ken Shamrock. He side kicks Eddie in the head. He yells at Eddie to get out of his way before screaming maniacally. He locks the former champ in the Ankle Lock as Sami taunts him from the outside. Eddie’s ankle is in rough shape as Josh Matthews questions how he will be for his World Title shot at Bound For Glory.
Cut to EY. He says despite Ken Shamrock’s attack, it’s gonna be him and Eddie at Victory Road. He then directs his attention to “the other cripple” Rich Swann. He reminds Swann what happens to him his on him and Scott D’Amore.
We see Susie in the dressing room. In comes in Kylie who asks if Susie is excited for Victory Road. Susie asks if she’d be upset if she won the IMPACT Knockout Title. Kylie says not at all and she’d love to face her best friend for the Championship. Kylie then gifts her some kick pads, but Susie seems to have a few Su Young screws loose.
The North vs. Ace Austin & Madman Fulton
Ethan and Madman start things off. Page tries to take a shot at Fulton from behind but it doesn’t phase the monster. Page jumps on his back but Fulton backs him into the buckle. He then snake eyes Ethan on the opposite corner. Alexander kicks Madman in the back and gets launched into the ring for his efforts. The duo catches Fulton on the outside to wear him down, but it appears for naught as he still continues to dominate the duo. He hoists Alexander up for Austin to deliver a slingshot leg drop.
Ace continues his offensive work before getting the tag from Fulton. Alexander is in a rough way as he tries to fight Madman off. Madman continues to take him out in three of the four corners. He fiercely forces him on the second turnbuckle corner before tagging in Ace who takes his time. Austin seems to control the two on the apron, but The North catch him with a double team and the tide has indeed turned.
Ethan Page talks trash to Ace before tagging in Alexander again. Hard shots to Austin as he knees and stops the youngster down. Some good tag teamwork by The North with a shoulderblock. Sleeper by Page onto Austin. Austin gets to his feet and elbows Ethan off. He almost frees himself with some knee strikes and a flipping dropkick does the trick. Both tag in their partners. Alexander tries to forearm Fulton hard, but a pop-up jab shakes Josh. He shakes loose of a suplex from Fulton and German suplexes the big man. Fulton pops right up and Alexander hits a roaring elbow. He rolls Fulton down with an impressive show of strength. Page and Ace get tagged and it’s Ace in control. He leaps off with a spinning fame-asser from the top. Both members of The North are down and Ace stands on the shoulders of Fulton to crash down on top of Alexander.
Fulton picks Page up from his face and Alexander makes the save. They manage to double clothesline Fulton out of the ring and it’s Page sending his partner to the legs of Fulton to eliminate him from the equation. The North take it to Ace and then launch him into a double team Alabama Slammer for the hard-fought victory.
WINNERS: The North
Blood is pouring from the mouth of Josh Alexander as the two celebrate. The Good Brothers come out as they talk trash to The North. They face off one another in the middle of the ring and in from behind comes Ace and Fulton to down Gallows and Anderson. In come MCMG and it’s complete chaos as all men are brawling with one another.