Impact Wrestling Preview is psyched for tonight’s Go Home episode for Sacrifice this Saturday.
In what could be one of the more entertaining segments of the night, The Good Brothers will sit down with FinJuice to sign the contract for their Impact Tag Team Championship match as Sacrifice.
While contract signings haven’t devolved into physical confrontations in Impact like they do elsewhere as of late, that could change with this group sitting across from each other.
Over the last few weeks, the two teams have traded barbs with the Good Brothers calling FinJuice their Good Boys and FinJuice pocking fun at Karl Anderson’s drunk moments.
The fact those jokes either set Anderson off or go over his head make them all the more entertaining and it’s little things like that that make rivalries really fun.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) March 8, 2021
It does look like we’re going to see a more aggressive side of FinJuice and we could see our first contracting signing breakdown that finishes in a brawl in a while.
Even if there aren’t much in the way of physical altercations here, we’re still expecting this to be highly enjoyable as they set the final stage for their championship match.
James Storm and Chris Sabin vs. Rohit Raju and Mahabali Shera
This has the makings of one of those brutal tag matches that are remembered for some time and it’s going to be fun seeing how the four of them matchup.
We expect Chris Sabin and Rohit Raju to bring their usual athleticism and in ring skill which will give this match a pretty awesome athletic component.
Of course, James Storm and Mahabali Shera bring their own package of athletic abilities and both as far lighter on their feet and agile than people their size should be, but it’ll be fun seeing how their power matches up.
While there’s little doubt Shera will have the edge in straight up strength, Storm doesn’t give up and it could lead to a brutal back and forth between them that’ll take us back to the old days.
This could be Impact Wrestling Preview favorite match, and we’re stuck on who to pick to win.
Rohit and Shera could use a win, but so could Storm and Sabin as well. It won’t surprise us if this ends in a double disqualification or double count out if Shera and Storm really get going.
Since Storm defeated Rohit last week, we expect this to launch a feud between Storm and Shera, and that and a tag team rivalry will be awesome to watch.
Who do you think will pull out the win? Let us know in the comments below.
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