Impact Wrestling Results (11/3) – Knockouts Championship – Deonna Purrazzo (w/Kimber Lee) Defeated Su Yung (c) by disqualification; Heath’s Contract Stalled

Kimber threw a chair into the ring for Deonna, but Su intercepted it and used it on both of them for the DQ loss

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Impact Wrestling Results (11/3) – Knockouts Championship – Deonna Purrazzo (w/Kimber Lee) Defeated Su Yung (c) by disqualification; Heath’s Contract StalledHello and welcome to Impact Wrestling Results!

It looks like we have a fun show ahead of us tonight, so let’s not waste any time and get right into it.

We started off with Scott D’Amore backstage getting off the phone with the report that Bravo is in a medically induced coma but he’s stable and in critical condition.

Tommy Dreamer donned some Sherlock Holmes outfit as he plans to investigate who’s responsible.

D’Amore said, “I might want to be shot before this is done.” He’s got plenty of faith in Dreamer’s abilities, it seems.

Knockouts Championship – Su Yung (c) vs. Deonna Purrazzo (W/Kimber Lee)

This is going to be a good one.

It started off with Deonna kicked Su to start off and then hit several strikes and a knee before Su caught her off the ropes for a Panic Switch attempt right off the bat.

Deonna broke the hold and tried an armbar, but Su got loose.

Su then threw Deonna acrtoss the ring a couple of times before Deonna countered the mandible claw by slamming Su’s arm into the mat, and then continued working on it with a knee drop.

Deonna then his with a stomp after folding Su’s arm under her, and then wrapped it around the bottom rope.

Su countered being thrown into the corner and hit with an upside down ehad scissors, sending Deonna into the corner.

Su hit with a clothesline and then tackled her for a series of strikes before Deonna followed her into the ropes and hit with an elbow.

Su returned the favor, and Deonna responded the same again. The next exchange saw Su duck, and then hit with a clothesline.

Deonna hit with a kick and went for a cradle style piledriver, but Su rolled through and locked in a mandible claw.

Kimber Lee threw a chair into the ring, but Su stepped on it and then she and Deonna fought over it.

Su hit Deonna with the chair in the midsection to get disqualified, and Su took out Kimber with a chair shot to the back, and then knocked Deonna out of the ring with a knee strike through the chair.

Heath’s contract withheld

Backstage, Rhino helped Heath ease into a chair for the contract signing. They barely got it done before D’Amore walked in.

After an exchange of pleasantries, D’Amore told Rhino that he looked great in the win and asked Heath if he’s good.

D’Amore said all Heath all he had to sign and he’d be back in the ring next week.

Heath tried to stall, and D’Amore noticed something was wrong and mentioned how Heath wasn’t moving well in the Call Your Shot Gauntlet.

D’Amore said everything Heath wanted is in the contract but he’ll have to sign after he’s healthy.

He said they’d help him with his rehab and all, but Heath left without a hassle, and Deonna Purrazzo’s barrister came in and condescended to D’Amore.

D’Amore said his client will have everything she wants in a anything goes, no disqualification match at Turning Point.

D’Amore urged the barrister to tell her and said he wished he could see his face when he tells Deonna about her upcoming match.

Scott D’Amore is Impact Wrestling Results favorite promotor, producer, and/or head honcho in the business. He’s great at delivering the sarcasm and really adds a lot of spice and fun to his segments.

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