Impact Wrestling Recap (7/7) – Four Way Tag Team Match – The Deaners defeated XXXL, Reno Scum, and TJP and Fallah Bahh; Jordynn Grace defeated Kimber Lee
Cousin Jake caught Larry coming off the ropes in a sidewalk slam for the pin; Jordynn Grace pinned Kimber Lee after hitting with her Grace Driver
The match started in total chaos and stayed that way throughout the match with brief tag team elements occasionally working their way into it.
It started when Fallah Bahh and TJP went after Reno Scum, and the Deaners and XXXL didn’t want to be left out. Everyone worked their way out of the ring, so Jake Deaner took the opportunity to take everyone down with a suicide dive over the ropes, and the match hadn’t yet started!
After the commercial break, things had settled down enough for it to resemble a legitimate tag team match, but things quickly broke down as TJP and Bahh and Reno Scum wanted at each other so much that nothing would seem to hold them back.
Eventually, Bahh and TJP and Reno Scum fight their way out of the ring and into the backstage area, leaving the Deaners and XXXL. This is where things actually settled down as Cousin Jake was finally able to get in the ring for more than a couple of seconds. Prior to this, Cody had been the main participant and absorbed a great deal of punishment.
As the freshest man, Cousin Jake battled with Larry, and countered Larry off the ropes by hitting with a sidewalk slam that ended the match and put a win in the Deaner’s column.
With the match officially over, the real fight continued as Reno Scum and TJP and Fallah Bahh continued their feud by extending their brawl for all it was worth.
One of the highlights included TJP leaping from a scissor lift and toppling Reno Scum and Bahh. Not to be outdone, Bahh then placed TJP in a rolling garbage can and with TJP armed with a steel chair, he was rolled around in a game of Roller Bahh.
Reno Scum withstood the onslaught and eventually overpowered Bahh and buried TJP underneath a stack of steel security railings.
This feud is far from over, and it’s something to look forward to in the coming weeks as they may settle things at Slammiversary.
Jordynne Grace vs. Kimber Lee
In a decent but quicker than expected match, Grace bested Lee in their test of strength, followed by a back and forth between them.
Lee showed a great deal of heart by kicking out of high impact slams and a Michinoku Driver. She countered a Grace Driver with a series of elbows, followed by three kicks to the head and a swanton, but Grace kicked out.
Lee then crawled to the corner and pulled out a pair of brass knuckles, but Grace blocked her punch and hit her with a Grace Driver for the win.
Deonna Purrazzo’s music interrupted Grace’s, but when Grace readied herself for Purrazzo to come out, she appeared on the screen and told her it wasn’t going to be that easy and Grace will have to wait for Slammiversary.
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