Hello and welcome to Impact Wrestling Live Results!
I’m your host, CP Bialois, and it looks like we’re going to have a fun show tonight with plenty of action and good times to go around.
Impact Wrestling Live Results doubt we’ll want to blink, so be sure to grab any snacks you want before setting in for the 8 p.m. EST showtime.
Rich Swann came out to ask Tommy Dreamer to allow him to defend the Impact World Championship against him at No Surrender as it’s also Dreamer’s 50th birthday.
Sami Callihan, Chris Bey, and Moose came out and attacked. Mack came out to even the score and the faces held the ring.
Shamrock appeared behind Dreamer, Mack, and Swann, and the heels beat them down before leaving the ring.
Matt Cardona and Josh Alexander vs. Ace Austin and Madman Fulton
This started off even until Cardona knocked Austin over the top rope with a clothesline and followed with a crossbody to Auston and Fulton on the floor as we headed to commercial.
The match was a great back and forth until Alexander bought Cardona some time, and Cardona leaped over Austin to hit Fulton with a sit down splash for the win.
Briand Myers vs. Eddie Edwards
This was a good match that ended in disqualification when Edwards caught Myers with a thumb to the eye and refused to let up.
After he lost, Edwards bit him. Apparently Edwards snapped.
Tenille Dashwood w/Kaleb with a K vs. Rosemary w/Crazzy Steve
This was a decent match but it felt a little too short as it was more of a brawl from Dashwood than not.
It was great to see a more aggressive Dashwood, though.
Straight out a WWE playbook, Fire N’ Flava Fest ended when Nevaeh (dressed as the Stay Puff Marshmallow Man) and Havok broke up the party as only they can.
Joe Doering w/Violent By Design (Eric Young, Cody Deaner) vs. Cousin jake
This was a short match that Doering dominated, which was no surprise. Afterwards, Young stopped Cody and Doering and left a VBD shirt with Jake as a possible offer to join them.
Moose, Chris Bey, Sami Callihan, Ken Shamrock vs. Rich Swann, Willie Mack, Tommy Dreamer, Trey Miguel
The match started off with Dreamer and Bey, and Swann tagged in for them to his a double elbow and an elbow drop and splash on Bey as we headed to comemrical.
This was a good but hurried match as a series of finshers led us to the finish where Trey Miguel completed his return by reversing Callihan’s package piledriver into a rollup for the win.
Welcome back, Trey!
This was a a pretty good show overall, though it felt like the matches could’ve been a little longer.
What did you think of it? Let us know in the comments below, and thank you for joining Impact Wrestling Live Results.
We had a blast and can’t wait until next time.
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