Impact Wrestling Recap (7/21) Tag Team Match – Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz vs. Havok and Nevaeh; Rhino Defeated Hernandez
Havok and Nevaeh win by disqualification after Hogan hit Havok with a steel chair. Rhino hit Hernandez with a Gore as the bell rang and pinned him in seconds.
Looks like this rivalry isn’t going to stop anytime soon, and so much the better for us. This should be a great match.
Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz vs. Havok and Nevaeh
Nevaeh and Tasha Steelz start in the ring, and Nevaeh knocked Kiera Hogan off the apron before she went after Steelz and nearly had a pinfall after a crucifixion pin.
Hogan tagged in to face Havok, and Hogan’s attacks had no effect.
After near pinfall, Havok dragged Hogan back to her corner and tagged in Nevaeh. Steelz grabbed Neveah’s hair to distract her, and Hogan took advantage of it to gain the upper hand.
Nevaeh spent a good deal of time in the ring, but she caught Steelz with a clothesline. Steelz caught her with a big boot for a near pinfall.
Hogan distracted the referee, so he missed Nevaeh tag in Havok, but Nevaeh hit with a neckbreaker and was able to tag in Havok, who took over the match.
Havok nailed both Hogan and Steelz in opposite corners with her knee.
Havok had Steelz up for a piledriver and Hogan hit her in the back with a chair, causing a disqualification, but it didn’t faze Havok and she piledrove Hogan after the referee called the match in their favor.
This is such an awesome feud, especially with revived talk about reactivating the Knockout Tag Team Championships.
Callihan confronts Shamrock
Impact Wrestling has Sami Callihan confronting Ken Shamrock about him being the reason they lost the tag team championship. Shamrock said he knows that and he’s harder on himself than anyone else could be. He added that if Callihan wants to talk to him, talk to him next week. He then stormed off.
Hernandez vs. Rhino
After handed the referee their cash, Rhino hit with a gore for the quick win and the cash reward.
This was disappointing, but it’s definitely not over.
The North (Josh Alexander and Ethan Page) cut a promo
Backstage at Impact Wrestling, The North cut a quick promo about their main event match against The Good Brothers. Josh Alexander was the one bent out of shape about what do they have to do to be considered the best.
Ethan Page took over, challenging the Good Brothers’ claims, and cited The North’s record setting title reign.
Deonna Purrazza’s plans
She was quick to point out how she not only defeated Jordynn Grace but separated her shoulder and there’s no one to compete against.
Kylie Rae ran up to introduce herself, fangirling the whole way. When Purrazzo offered her hand, she pulled Rae into an attempted submission hold to break her arm, but Rae pulled free ad a mini brawl broke out before they were separated.
This is going to be a fun one going forward.
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