Hello and welcome to Impact Wrestling Live Results!
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) May 28, 2021
Your host, CP Bialois, here and we’re getting set for what should be a fun episode with the Impact debut of Satoshi Kojima and Sami Callihan and VBD are going to address Impact, so we’d better buckle up.
Let’s grab some snack and settled to get Impact Wrestling Live Results rolling at the 8 p.m. EST start time.
BTI (Before The Impact) –
Eddie Edwards vs. Sam Beale
This was a good match as Edwards and Beale worked well together, but Edwards eventually won after hitting a Boston Knee Party for the pin.
Callihan started the show with a fun rant and called out Kenny Omega, but Moose came out instead.
After a back and forth, the Good Brothers came out and Callihan and Moose chased them from the ring in seconds.
Backstage, Don Callis made a match for later tonight between the Good Brothers and Callihan and Moose.
Josh Alexander and Petey Williams vs. TJP and Fallah Bahh
This started off with Bahh’s size and strength being a factor, and it helped keep him alive after a pin attempt as we headed to commercial.
This was a solid match and Bahh carried most of it with his power and ability to absorb punnishment.
Bahh hit a Samoan Drop on Alexander, and TJP followed with a Mamba Splash for the win.
10 Knockout Tag Match – Jordynne Grace, Tenille Dashwood w/Kaleb with a K, Rosemary, Havok, and Rachel Ellering vs. Deonna Purrazzo, Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan, Tasha Steelz), Kimber Lee, and Susan
Taylor Wilde was missing prior to the match, as the Iceman mentioned on BTI, so Jordynne Grace took her place.
Havok and Rachael dominated early on, and Steelz slipped out of Grace’s hold and to the floor as we headed to commercial.
Havoc cleared out the heels except for Purrazzo, and while Fire ‘N Flava and Kimber and Susan fought each other on the floor, Rosemary hit the Dig on Purrazzo to get the win.
It looks like Havok and Rosemary may be forming a new tag team. Things are going to get interesting pretty quick with them together.
Backstage, Scott D’Amore made a 60 minute Iron man match between Josh Alexander and TJP for next week’s BTI.
Violent By Design came out and Eric Young went down how he found each member, including Joe Doering’s path of destruction through Japan.
Before he could finish, the lights went off and Kojima came out to the ring to challenge Doering for a match at Against All Odds.
Backstage, Brian Myers appears to like Sam Beale and will teach him how to be a professional.
Decay (Crazzy Steve, Black Taurus) vs. Johnny Swinger and Hernandez
This was a quick one that Decay won after Steve hit an inverted DDT off the middle rope on Swinger for the pin.
The Good Brother (Karl Anderson, Doc Gallows) vs. Moose and Sami Callihan
Callihan and Moose had problems communicating to start, and after Moose ordered him to the apron Callihan blind tagged in when the bell rang.
In response, Moose blind tagged in later and body slammed Callihan on Anderson, and the two argued in the ring as we headed to commercial.
Moose and Callihan had the match won despite tagging each other in with knife edge chops.
Moose was about to hit a Lights Out on Anderson when Callihan blind tagged in and went for a piledriver. Moose hit him with a pump kick, and Callihan knocked him off the apron with one of his own.
The Good Brothers hit the Magic Killer on Callihan for the win, and after the match, Moose hit a Lights Out Spear on Callihan and told him to stay out of his business.
This was pretty much how we figured the match would end, but it was still fun and the show was as good as we expected.
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 great time and can’t wait to see you all next week.
See you then!
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