Week of 1/30/2017 - 2/5/2017

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    Monday Night Raw
    Date: January 30, 2017
    Location: Laredo Energy Arena, Laredo, Texas
    Commentators: Michael Cole, Byron Saxton, Corey Graves

    We're past the Royal Rumble and that means we have about five weeks before Fastlane, which is getting close to the Wrestlemania season. The big story for Raw last night was Roman Reigns having the World Title won until Braun Strowman cost him the title, likely setting up something down the line. Other than that we have Stephanie McMahon confronting Seth Rollins for calling HHH out at Takeover: San Antonio. Let's get to it.

    Here's a ticked off Kevin Owens and a less ticked off Chris Jericho to start things off. Owens is happy to have proven Mick Foley wrong when he beat Roman Reigns because he is the best, the guy and the one. Owens thanks Jericho for having the guts to get in the cage last night and brings up Jericho breaking the record for the most time spent in the Royal Rumble.

    Jericho has spent nearly five hours in the match (Over nine Rumbles, which breaks HHH's record of just over four hours in the same number of Rumbles. That's VERY impressive.) and of course Chris gets in some bragging. The only reason he didn't win was a terrible case of vertigo....and here's Braun Strowman to cut them off.

    Braun cuts Owens off and says he did what he did because he can't stand Roman but now he wants the title shot that Owens promises. Kevin backs off so Braun shows us a video of Owens promising him the shot. Strowman wants his chance tonight but here's Mick, in a full green plaid suit, to interrupt. Foley doesn't seem to care about Owens being banged up and makes the match for later.

    Sami Zayn vs. Chris Jericho

    Non-title. They fight over a wristlock to start until Sami takes over with those armdrags. If it works for Ricky Steamboat, it can work for Sami. They head outside with Sami scoring with a dropkick and the moonsault off the barricade takes us to a break. Back with Jericho getting two off an enziguri and a top rope hurricanrana, only to dive into the Blue Thunder Bomb for two. Jericho bails to the floor for a chase scene, capped off by a tornado DDT back inside. The Helluva Kick is countered into the Walls but Sami is right next to the ropes. The exploder sets up the Helluva Kick to give Sami the clean pin at 11:49.

    Bayley wants Cesaro and Sheamus to hug before their six person tag later tonight. Charlotte, Anderson and Gallows come in to laugh a bit.

    Long video on Seth Rollins vs. HHH. They cover pretty much everything here, save for WHY HHH DID THIS FIVE MONTHS AGO that is.

    Owens tries to talk Stephanie out of the title match but she has to deal with Rollins first.

    Tony Nese vs. Mustafa Ali

    Nese runs him over to start and hits a hard crossface forearm to the face. They trade clotheslines and it's Ali hitting a rolling neckbreaker for two. Nese breaks up the inverted 450 and Ali takes a NASTY looking crash. Thankfully he's ok enough to take the running knee to the face to give Tony the pin at 3:52.

    Post match Austin Aries asks Nese about his lack of charisma but Tony says he doesn't have to answer his critics.

    Here's Rollins to call out Stephanie for a little change of pace. Rollins knows Stephanie is disappointed that he called her out but she disappoints her husband every night. Stephanie laughs off the insults (of course) and we hear about how she wants HHH to stay away because Rollins is bringing the dark side out of her husband.

    Rollins hasn't been a champion since Money in the Bank and missed Wrestlemania last year because of injury so the Authority, and Stephanie in particular, deserves an apology. Rollins apologizes for exposing HHH as a gutless snake that he is because HHH won't face him like a man.

    HHH is scared because he knows Rollins is the greatest threat to HHH's legacy ever. Seth goes a step further and suggests that Stephanie knows it too but she says Seth disgusts him. That earns a threat of Rollins invading the next Board of Directors meetings or showing up at Stephanie's front door. “What's going to happen when one of your kids answers the front door Steph?” Stephanie says she lied: HHH is on his way tonight. Seth actually saved a lot of face here and that's the best possible outcome for him.

    Bayley/Cesaro/Sheamus vs. Charlotte/Anderson and Gallows

    The guys start and they're on the floor for a break less than a minute in. Back with Anderson dropping a knee until Cesaro dives over for the hot tag to Sheamus. House is quickly cleaned until Charlotte breaks up the ten forearms. That goes as well as you would expect so it's an assisted White Noise for two on Gallows. It's off to the women and a quick Bayley to Belly puts Charlotte away at 7:30.

    Stephanie yells at Foley for making the title match for tonight but Mick doesn't buy her saying that HHH's music playing last week was just a mistake. Foley hints that HHH won't be showing up so Stephanie glares him out the door.

    Here's Neville to celebrate his Cruiserweight Title win. The title is his crown but the fans never cared about him no matter what he did. Cue former champion Rich Swann to say he can't listen to this garbage any longer. Neville is great and Swann respects him for it but Neville demands that Swann kneel before the king. The fight is on and Neville is sent running.

    Sasha Banks vents to Bayley about losing and agrees to fight Nia Jax again.

    We look at Goldberg eliminating Brock Lesnar last night.

    Owens vents about Foley but Jericho implies he won't have his back tonight.

    Universal Title: Kevin Owens vs. Braun Strowman

    Owens is defending and I'll put the over/under for Reigns interfering at four minutes. Jericho is on commentary and for some reason, Strowman goes over and chokeslams him through the table. Owens bails to the floor at the bell and some right hands have no effect. A dropkick puts Strowman on the floor but he runs Kevin over with ease back inside.

    Kevin is knocked into the barricade and this is one sided so far. The way too long charge sends Strowman head first into the post though and Owens adds a Cannonball against the barricade. A backsplash and frog splash give Owens two but Strowman comes back with the powerslam. Cue Reigns though and it's a DQ at 4:40.

    Roman Superman Punches and spears Strowman but Braun pops up.

    Brock Lesnar arrives.

    Here are Lesnar and Paul Heyman for a chat. Heyman talks about how every legend has an asterisk next to his name because there's always an exception. Andre the Giant was undefeated for fifteen years until Hulk Hogan beat him. Ronda Rousey was undefeated until she met Holly Holm. People like John Cena and Kurt Angle have amazing legacies but BROCK LESNAR. That leaves Goldberg as the argument against Brock and that must be eradicated. We get to the point: Lesnar wants one more fight with Goldberg at Wrestlemania.

    Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax

    Banks is still banged up coming in and Nia goes right after the bad leg. The knee is sent into the apron and post before we hit a leglock. The referee stops the match at 2:08.

    Nia won't let go of the hold so Bayley comes in for the save.

    Rusev/Jinder Mahal vs. Enzo Amore/Big Cass

    Texas Tornado rules and we're ready to go after Enzo and Cass' big speech. It's a big brawl to start and we hit the early break. Back with Cass getting double teamed because Enzo is, again, beaten down on the floor. Enzo's high crossbody is broken up and it's Amore getting beaten down for a change. Cass fights back and makes the save as Enzo pulls Mahal to the floor. A big boot drops Rusev and the Bada Boom Shaka Lacka is enough for the pin at 9:40.

    HHH arrives.

    Sneak peak of WWE 24.

    Goldberg will be here next week.

    Here's HHH to talk about Rollins. HHH goes over his history with Rollins and takes credit for most of his success. With HHH by his side, Rollins would become the man and the face of the WWE. All Rollins had to do was hold up his end of the bargain but then his knee gave out, which was like spitting in HHH's face.

    Rollins was a failure when he came back because he didn't take any responsibility for everything falling apart. HHH is the one that deserves an apology because Rollins tried to blame him for everything being a big mess. The reason HHH doesn't come out here anymore is because he doesn't want to be the guy that ends careers anymore.

    Every day he puts on this suit and ties this tie while trying to be a creator. Every day he tries to create the next Seth Friggin Rollins but now he's done trying. The jacket and tie come off, drawing a HHH chant. HHH calls Rollins out so here we go....but SAMOA JOE makes his debut and lays Rollins out from behind. Joe annihilates Rollins as HHH leaves. The fans are very happy with Joe as he Koquina Clutches Rollins out to end the show. OUTSTANDING debut here as Joe looks like a killer.

    Sami Zayn b. Chris Jericho – Helluva Kick
    Tony Nese b. Mustafa Ali – Running knee
    Bayley/Cesaro/Sheamus b. Charlotte/Anderson and Gallows – Bayley to Belly to Charlotte
    Braun Strowman b. Kevin Owens via DQ when Roman Reigns interfered
    Nia Jax b. Sasha Banks via referee stoppage
    Enzo Amore/Big Cass b. Rusev/Jinder Mahal – Bada Boom Shaka Lacka to Rusev


    Date: January 31, 2017
    Location: American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, Texas
    Commentators: Mauro Ranallo, John Bradshaw Layfield, Tom Phillips, David Otunga

    We're less than nine weeks away from Wrestlemania and most of the interesting things at the Royal Rumble were from the blue brand. John Cena is the new Smackdown World Champion and Randy Orton won the Royal Rumble but there's a good chance things will change inside the Elimination Chamber in twelve days. Let's get to it.

    We open with a recap of the Royal Rumble with a variety of media quotes about the show.

    AJ Styles is glaring at the video of Cena posing with the title when the bosses appear on either side of him. He wants his rematch and doesn't want it inside the Elimination Chamber. As for tonight though, it's time to start getting ready for the Chamber, which will feature Cena, Styles, the Miz, Baron Corbin, Bray Wyatt and Dean Ambrose. Speaking of Ambrose, he comes in and a main event of Styles vs. Ambrose is set for later tonight.

    Here's John Cena for his first comments as champion. After telling the fans to let him know what they think of him, he praises AJ Styles as an elite athlete and more than just a guy from Atlanta. That brings him to the Elimination Chamber when it's not time to celebrate because it's time to fight. That makes Smackdown the place to be and John Cena the man to beat so if you want some, come get some.

    Cue Wyatt and Randy Orton with Bray talking about how destiny has brought them here and the title is coming to the Family no matter what. Orton promises to end the vicious cycle at Wrestlemania when the championship will be set free. The Wyatts slowly come to the ring but Luke Harper shows up for the save, which fires Cena up WAY more than you would expect. The Wyatts bail and here's Shane to make the tag match.

    John Cena/Luke Harper vs. Bray Wyatt/Randy Orton

    Cena shoves Wyatt around to start and it's quickly off to Harper vs. Orton with Luke going rather violent. Harper takes Orton to the floor for a belly to back suplex onto the announcers' table and the fans are WAY into Luke here. Wyatt comes in and Harper immediately backs off for the tag off to Cena. JBL: “This doesn't bode well for John Cena!” Uh, it's not that big a deal John. Just pair off appropriately and everything is fine.

    Cena gets double teamed in the corner and we take a break. Back with Cena hitting the elevated DDT but getting in a clothesline to put both guys down. Bray comes in and stares Harper down to break up another hot tag attempt. Harper doesn't mind and comes in anyway to go after Wyatt but Orton saves his buddy from Sister Abigail. That earns Randy a big boot but Harper eats Sister Abigail. The RKO ends Cena at 13:29.

    Carmella vs. Delilah Dawson

    James Ellsworth introduces Carmella and JBL describes Dawson as a cross between Rey Mysterio and a Smurf (she has blue hair). Dawson actually gets in a rollup for two until Ellsworth trips her up. The Code of Silence makes Dawson tap at 1:30. Ellsworth is kind of perfect in this role and with the amount of t-shirts he sold, there's nothing wrong with keeping him around.

    Kalisto vs. Dolph Ziggler

    Ziggler takes him straight down and drops the big elbow with Kalisto holding his heart. Apollo Crews is watching in the back and Kalisto gets caught in a neckbreaker for two. The superkick ends Kalisto at 2:02.

    Ziggler goes for the mask but Crews chases him off.

    Naomi and Becky Lynch are ready for Alexa Bliss and Mickie James.

    Naomi/Becky Lynch vs. Alexa Bliss/Mickie James

    Becky chases Bliss off to start and it's off to Naomi, who misses a charge into the ropes. Alexa hits the knees into the moonsault knees but hurts herself (doesn't seem serious), allowing the hot tag off to Mickie. The Bexploder gets two on Mickie and everything breaks down as we take a break.

    Back with Alexa holding Becky in a chinlock until it's off to Mickie for one of her own. Becky kicks Alexa away and the hot tag brings in Naomi for a springboard clothesline. The dancing kicks and a faceplant get two on Alexa as Becky and Mickie fight to the floor. An enziguri and the split legged moonsault put Alexa away at 11:03.

    American Alpha wants some competition so they're going to issue an open challenge for the titles.

    Smackdown Tag Team Titles: American Alpha vs. Usos

    American Alpha is defending and JBL says this is going to be great, despite Alpha pinning the Usos in 34 seconds at one point. Actually hang on a second as the Ascension, the Vaudevillains, Breezango and Heath Slater/Rhyno all come out and turn it into a huge brawl. Referees come out as well and we take a break with no bell. Back with the brawl still going on and no semblance of order whatsoever. Slater and Rhyno and Alpha are the only teams left in the ring and Alpha's music plays with no match actually announced.

    We look back at Nikki Bella and Natalya getting in a fight last week.

    Daniel Bryan is on the phone with Brie when Natalya and her security come in. Natalya wants to talk about her new merchandise but Nikki comes in and interrupts. Daniel has enough and makes a match between the women at Elimination Chamber.

    Dean Ambrose vs. AJ Styles

    Non-title with Miz on commentary. Dean snaps off some armdrags to start and headlocks AJ to the mat. We hit a Texas cloverleaf of all things before Dean shifts it over to something like the Rings of Saturn. They head outside with Styles sending him into the announcers' table but Dean stomps him down in the corner to take over again.

    Dean loads up a dive to the floor but here's Baron Corbin for a distraction as we take a break. Back with Corbin on commentary as well as Styles gets two off a pumphandle gutbuster. Dirty Deeds is broken up by AJ's rush of strikes (which Mauro dubs the Phenomenal Blitz) to put both guys down. AJ's rack neckbreaker is countered and Styles is knocked out to the floor.

    The suicide dive is broken up by a forearm to the head and they trade some hot near falls, including one off the fireman's carry into a backbreaker. The rebound lariat puts AJ down but Dean doesn't cover. The top rope elbow on the floor has Styles in even more trouble as Corbin and Miz get in a brawl. That's not cool with Dean who baseball slides Corbin down, setting up the Styles Clash to put Dean away at 18:39.

    Miz gives Ambrose the Skull Crushing Finale but Corbin gives Miz and Dean the End of Days to end the show.

    Bray Wyatt/Randy Orton b. John Cena/Luke Harper – RKO to Cena
    Carmella b. Delilah Dawson – Code of Silence
    Dolph Ziggler b. Kalisto – Superkick
    Naomi/Becky Lynch b. Alexa Bliss/Mickie James – Split legged moonsault to Bliss
    AJ Styles b. Dean Ambrose – Styles Clash


    Seth Rollins has injured his knee and will be out around eight weeks. Wrestlemania is very much in jeopardy for him.

    Date: February 1, 2017
    Location: Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, Texas
    Commentators: Corey Graves, Percy Watson, Tom Phillips

    We're on the road to Wrestlemania, which means we're heading back to Orlando on the way to....well Orlando actually, but at least we should have some good action on the way there. The big story at the moment is Bobby Roode becoming the new NXT Champion by defeating Shinsuke Nakamura in a very solid match. Let's get to it.

    We open with a Takeover package, as you would probably expect.

    Opening sequence.

    Ember Moon vs. Aliyah

    Moon doesn't waste time and grabs something like an abdominal stretch to start. A middle rope moonsault gets two on Aliyah but she gets in a headscissors for two. Ember shoves her away though and hits a quick Eclipse for the pin at 3:20.

    We look back at Eric Young beating Tye Dillinger.

    Eric says Tye made the wrong choice.

    Dillinger can't believe he was in the Royal Rumble.

    Video on the four way Women's Title match.

    Asuka says that was tough and calls Ember a fool for calling her out. If Ember wants the next shot though, ok then.

    Ember wants to dethrone the Empress and then Asuka will know who she is.

    Tyler Bate vs. Oney Lorcan

    Non-title. It's a test of strength to start until Bate dropkicks him down with a bit more force than you would expect. Lorcan rolls him into the corner for a bump on the head and it's time to hammer away. A few elbows to the head have Bate in trouble but he grabs the airplane spin to a VERY strong reaction, only made even better when he rallies through the dizziness. That's a simple spot and he knows how to work the crowd well with it. Bate elbows him again and the Tyler Driver 97 wraps Lorcan up at 5:11.

    Roderick Strong wants the NXT Title and his win on Saturday was step #1.

    Package on the Tag Team Title change.

    Paul Ellering and the Authors of Pain say they're the new law in the tag division.

    Video on Roode winning the NXT Title. HHH checked on Nakamura after the loss and Kassius Ohno told him it was a good job.

    Roode says his era has begun. His celebration is next week.

    This is Corey Graves' last show, meaning he gets a highlight package as a sendoff.

    No Way Jose vs. Elias Samson

    Elias gives Graves a sarcastic wave goodbye in a nice touch. Jose cuts off Samson's song and Graves is suddenly a huge Jose fan. Samson dropkicks him at the bell but Jose gets in a slam and starts to get fired up. A baseball slide sets up an ax handle off the apron and it's off to a break. Back with Jose getting crotched on the top and pounded down in the corner. We hit a chinlock with Samson getting pulled around by the hair, only to throw him into the corner. Jose hammers away and hits the Pop-Up right hand for the pin at 9:47.

    Ember Moon b. Aliyah – Eclipse
    Tyler Bate b. Oney Lorcan – Tiger Driver 97
    No Way Jose b. Elias Samson – Pop Up right hand


    Impact Wrestling
    Date: February 2, 2017
    Location: Impact Zone, Orlando, Florida
    Commentators: D'Angelo Dinero, Josh Matthews

    It's Open Fight Night and that means we get to find out who wants what match from their Race for the Case briefcases. Basically, in order of 1-4, everyone can pick a match and stipulation but nothing can be repeated, meaning there can't be four cage matches or four World Title matches. Let's get to it.

    We open with a quick explanation of Race for the Case.

    Recap of the Iron Man match with Lashley regaining the World Title. I still don't see what was so great about it.

    Here are the Hardys to open things up with Jeff carrying the #1 briefcase. The Seven Deities have told Matt that the brothers must win as much tag team gold around the world as they can. Therefore, they have granted the Hardys, I kid you not, a teleportation device to send them on their International Expedition of Gold. Now they want the Bucks of Youth, the Day of New and the Family of Wyatts, all of whom must be deleted. Anyway, Jeff knows who he wants to fight.

    TNA World Title: Jeff Hardy vs. Lashley

    Jeff is challenging of course and Josh actually does his job by pointing out that the Tag Team Titles can't be defended or challenged for tonight because Jeff is already wrestling. Uh, what does this have to do with Schitt's Creek? I was promised Schitt's Creek updates. We start after a bell with Jeff punching his way out of the corner, only to get his head taken off with a clothesline. Jeff sends him over the ropes and then into the apron, followed by another ram into the barricade. A powerbomb plants Jeff on the steps and the champ chokes with a boot.

    Back with Jeff making his comeback with the usual and getting two off the Twist of Fate and Swanton. Another Swanton gets the same with Lashley putting his foot on the ropes. With the wrestling not working, Jeff sends him into the steps but misses a slingshot Swanton to the floor for an even worse than usual crash. The spear retains the title at 14:03.

    Post match, Josh says no one has been able to figure Lashley, the FOUR TIME World Champion, out. Before I can explain why that makes no sense, here's Eddie Edwards because this feud isn't quite done yet. Eddie wants his rematch and Lashley agrees, but this is Eddie's last shot.

    Tyrus and Eli Drake are ready to shock the world with their briefcase choice.

    Earlier today, Rosemary tried to get Brandi to join Decay. Brandi declined so Rosemary licked her face.

    In case that wasn't clear enough, Rosemary invites Brandi to join Decay but gets turned down again.

    And now, a day in the life of Aron Rex. This involves riding around in a golf cart and Spud putting down a mat in the back.

    Sienna vs. Brooke Tessmacher

    Brooke starts fast and gets two off a middle rope X-Factor. A chase goes badly though, allowing Sienna to get in a cheap shot to take. Maria adds a few kicks to the back and distracts the referee so Sienna can choke for a bit. Guest commentator Madison Rayne would rather talk about how great Brooke looks so soon after having a child, continuing the tradition of absolutely worthless TNA commentary. The AK-47 is broken up and Brooke gets a bad looking Muta Lock but Maria offers a distraction, allowing the Silencer to put Brooke away at 5:39.

    Back to Aron Rex, who is having makeup applied. Spud reads off his appointments on various networks like FOX News and CNN. Rex doesn't care for being called “bloody good” because he doesn't like violence. He prefers “rexcellent”.

    The DCC wants Decay in a falls count anywhere match.

    DCC vs. Decay

    Falls count anywhere and I guess a handicap match as well, unless Rosemary is fighting with the guys. It's a brawl on the floor to start and we've already got a table ready. Steve escapes a powerbomb through said table and Abyss takes Kingston into the crowd to expand the violence a bit wider.

    Steve dives onto all three members of the DCC for two on Storm. It's time for the barbed wire board and Abyss rips off Kingston's shirt. That earns Abyss a low blow but Rosemary mists Kingston, setting up a chokeslam onto some tacks for two. Some beer bottles to Abyss' head set up a Last Call to put him into the barbed wire. A spike piledriver puts Steve through the table for the pin at 6:34.

    Maria and Mike Bennett come up to Braxton Sutter in the back to talk about the date with Laurel Van Ness. Braxton is glad it's over but Maria hears wedding bells over the chance of what might happen to Allie if he doesn't.

    Here's Drew Galloway to say he's a fighting Grand Champion and will defend against anyone. Cue Moose to ask for a title shot but Galloway has something else in mind.

    Grand Championship: Drew Galloway vs. Rob Ryzin

    Galloway is defending and kicks Rob's head off thirty seconds in. This turns into an ad for Rudy, which is airing after the show. An overhead belly to belly has Ryzin in even more trouble and his comeback is cut off by a piledriver. Futureshock retains the title at 2:14.

    Trevor Lee wants the injured X-Division Champion DJZ in a ladder match.

    X-Division Title: DJZ vs. Trevor Lee

    Ladder match with DJZ defending. Trevor gets backdropped to the floor to start and DJZ hits a dive but makes his leg even worse. It's so banged up that he has to stop Lee from getting the title, earning himself a ladder shot to the leg. Lee crushes the leg in the ladder but gets caught in a ZDT off the ladder. Shane Helms throws in a chair and the leg gets crushed one more time but Lee is smart enough to keep it inside the chair and put the ladder on top, giving us a new champion at 7:30.

    Tyrus wants Drake to have some quiet time to prepare.

    Robbie E. interrupts Rex and gets a match next week.

    Drake wants Ethan Carter III with his extremely bruised hip/rib.

    Eli Drake vs. Ethan Carter III

    Carter gets taken down to start with Drake hammering in right hands as we take an early break. Back with Drake sending Carter face first into the apron but missing a baseball bat shot. Drake forearms him in the back/hip and says YEAH a lot. One heck of a clothesline puts Carter down but Drake takes a bit too long following up, allowing Carter to grab a jackknife rollup for the pin at 10:47.

    Post match Drake unloads on Carter with the ball bat, only to have the DCC show up and stomp on Carter's nearly unconscious body. Drake smiles but the DCC beats down he and Tyrus as well. Carter takes a spike piledriver on the chair to end the show.

    Lashley b. Jeff Hardy – Spear
    Sienna b. Brooke Tessmacher – Silencer
    DCC b. Decay – Spike piledriver through a table
    Drew Galloway b. Rob Ryzin – Futureshock
    Trevor Lee b. DJZ – Lee pulled down the title
    Ethan Carter III b. Eli Drake – Jackknife rollup







    Quick Results

    Monday Night Raw
    Sami Zayn b. Chris Jericho – Helluva Kick
    Tony Nese b. Mustafa Ali – Running knee
    Bayley/Cesaro/Sheamus b. Charlotte/Anderson and Gallows – Bayley to Belly to Charlotte
    Braun Strowman b. Kevin Owens via DQ when Roman Reigns interfered
    Nia Jax b. Sasha Banks via referee stoppage
    Enzo Amore/Big Cass b. Rusev/Jinder Mahal – Bada Boom Shaka Lacka to Rusev

    Bray Wyatt/Randy Orton b. John Cena/Luke Harper – RKO to Cena
    Carmella b. Delilah Dawson – Code of Silence
    Dolph Ziggler b. Kalisto – Superkick
    Naomi/Becky Lynch b. Alexa Bliss/Mickie James – Split legged moonsault to Bliss
    AJ Styles b. Dean Ambrose – Styles Clash

    Ember Moon b. Aliyah – Eclipse
    Tyler Bate b. Oney Lorcan – Tiger Driver 97
    No Way Jose b. Elias Samson – Pop Up right hand

    Impact Wrestling
    Lashley b. Jeff Hardy – Spear
    Sienna b. Brooke Tessmacher – Silencer
    DCC b. Decay – Spike piledriver through a table
    Drew Galloway b. Rob Ryzin – Futureshock
    Trevor Lee b. DJZ – Lee pulled down the title
    Ethan Carter III b. Eli Drake – Jackknife rollup

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