Impact Wrestling Live Results (4/29) – Rebellion Fallout

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Hello and welcome to Impact Wrestling Live Results!

I’m your host, CP Bialois, and tonight’s going to be a fun show as we deal with Rebellion fallout as new Impact Wrestling World Champion Kenny Omega will hold an in ring celebration.

Taylor Wilde is also returning for her first match in ten years, and W. Morrissey will make his IMPACT debut tonight.

With plenty of action ahead, Impact Wrestling Live Results can’t wait to get started, and we’ll return for the 8 p.m. EST start time.

Segment 1

BTI (Before The Impact) – Deaner w/VBD (Eric Young, Joe Doering, Rhino) vs. James Storm w/Chris Sabin

This was a great match to get us ready, and Storm won with a superkick after blocking Deaner’s DDT attempt.

Segment 2

Scott D’Amore announced there will be no rematch for the Impact World Championship, so they’re holding 6 qualifying matches over the next two week for a 6 way match at Under Siege to determine who the number 1 contender is.

Number One Contender Qualifying Match – Jake Something vs. Chris Bey

This was a fun match that Bey won after rolling Jake up and using the ropes for leverage after Rohit Raju distracted Jake.

Segment 3

Sam Beale vs. W. Morrissey

This didn’t last long and Morrissey dominated and won after hitting a powerbomb.

Segment 4

Kimber Lee w/Susan vs. Taylor Wilde

This started out fast as Lee wanted to send a message, but Wilde gained the upper hand before Lee kicked out of a sharpshooter type of hold as we headed to commercial.

Segment 5

This was a fun match that Wilde won with a modified Indian Death Lock. Susan attacked her after the match, and Tenille came out to help her.

Wilde wasn’t happy about it, but Tenille was oblivious.

Segment 6

X-Division Championship – Josh Alexander (c) vs. Ace Austin w/Madman Fulton

This was a great match Alexander won with an ankle lock. There were plenty of technical holds and reverses for fans of old school wrestling.

Segment 7

Number 1 Contender Qualification Match – Brian Myers vs. Matt Cardona

This started off fast as Cardona went after Myers on the ramp, but Myers gained the advantage after kicking Cardona’s injured knee and dropping him on the ring steps as we headed to commercial.

Segment 8

Cardona survived long enough to hit a Radio Silence to steal the win and move onto the 6 man match at Under Siege.

Segment 9

Number 1 Contender Qualification Match – Sami Callihan vs. Eddie Edwards

This will be a fun one, and Edwards hit a suicide dive on Callihan on the ramp as we headed to commercial.

Segment 10

The match ended in No Contest after Kenny Omega and the Good Brothers came in and attacked Callihan and Edwards when Callihan was about to hit a piledriver.

This wasn’t a surprise given the ultimatum given earlier, but then FinJuice came in as well to help.

They were ultimately beaten down and Don Callis said this was a perfect celebration and for us to enjoy our Impact World Champion Kenny Omega.

This was a good show even if the ending was expected, and we love how it looks like they took special notice of Callihan. It’ll be fun to see if he stops by AEW Dynamite to have some payback.

Let us know what you thought of the show in the comments below, and thank you for joining Impact Wrestling Live Results. We had a great time and can’t wait to see you all next week.

See you then!

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