Impact Wrestling Results (5/27) – Violent By Design’s by Design didn’t involve Kojima coming out; Decay (Crazzy Steve, Black Taurus) Defeated Johnny Swinger and Hernandez by Pinfall; Sami Callihan and Moose Beat Each Other and the Good Brothers Stole the win

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Impact Wrestling Results tuned in as Eric Young started off saying violence to us is scary and unpredictable, but to them it’s a tool to get them to where they want to go.

He needed people with him with their eyes open and knowing the sickness needs to be destroyed.

Joe Doering was first as his vision is pure and his mind is clear. He found Deaner when he was sick and at his weakest with no path, direction, or drive, and he opened his eyes to allow himself to become his pure self.

Rhino was sick and weak; a shadow of his former self but now the War Machine is back, and this was all by design.

They waited until FinJuice was at their weakest to call their shot, and FinJuice is in Japan and can’t use their rematch clause by design.

Young promised they’d be a more pure, violent version of themselves and that’s happened. He promised the world will belong to them.

The lights went out and Kojima arrived and stared done Joe Doering. He told Doering, “Against All Odds” and Doering agreed.

Brian Myers finds a protege

Gia asked the doctor about Matt Cardona’s injury after Brian Myers’ attack last week, and he’ll be out a few weeks with a broken orbital bone.

Myers came in and ripped into them when Sam Beale interrupted him, and Myers told him he’s going to teach him how to be a professional. Looks like the master has a protégé.

Decay (Crazzy Steve, Black Taurus) vs. Johnny Swinger and Hernandez

Joe Doering officially accepted Kojima’s challenge backstage and were confronted by Decay, and Crazzy Steve and Deaner exchanged words with Steve telling him the clever man plays the fool.

Josh Mathews mentioned how Steve and Deaner were both trained by Eric Young as they entered the ring.

Swinger started if off against Steve, and Steve quickly countered Swinger’s armbar and he and Black Taurus took over but Hernandez blind tagged in.

Hernandez floored Steve with a chest block and a reverse Samoan Drop and Swinger tagged in for a pin attempt.

Black Taurus leveled Swinger with a pair of clotheslines and then nailed Hernandez with an elbow off the ropes.

Hernandez beat Steve down while the ref was busy with Taurus, then Taurus took out Hernandez with a crossbody over the top rope, and Steve hit an inverted DDT off the second rope on Swinger for the win.

The Good Brother (Karl Anderson, Doc Gallows) vs. Moose and Sami Callihan

This should be an awesome match, but we expect something to happen. Let’s buckle up and grap some popcorn.

Moose convinced Callihan to get on the apron, and Callihan blind tagged in as soon as the bell rang, and he went right after Anderson and beat him down, then ground his face into the mat.

Moose blind tagged in and he hit a body slam, then slammed Callihan on Anderson.

Anderson rolled to the floor as Moose and Callihan exchanged words in the ring as we headed to commercial.

Back from the break, peace reigns as Callihan continued to tear at Anderson’s face, and then tagged Moose in with a knife edge chop.

Moose returned the favor after dropping Anderson, and Gallows tagged in.

Gallows nailed Callihan with a series of blows and an elbow drop. Anderson tagged in and stomped Callihan, then tagged Gallows back in.

Callihan called for Gallows to hit him after each blow, so Gallows rained them down, and then hit a series of elbows before locking in a rear chin lock.

Callihan fought free and hit a jawbreaker, then caught Gallows with a boot and elbow off the middle rope to buy some time.

Moose came on and dropped Anderson with a Yurinagi, and then caught Gallows with a crossbody off the top rope.

Callihan blind tagged in and they shoved each other, and Moose hit him with a punp kick as he was going to pile drive Anderson.

Anderson tried to roll him up, but Callihan kicked out and knocked Moose off the apron with a boot.

The Good Brothers hit a Magic Killer for the win.

After the match, Moose hit Callihan with a Lights Out spear, the told him to stay out of his business.

This is how we expected the match to go, but it was still very entertaining and we can’t wait to see what’s next for these two.

What did you think of it? Let us know in the comments below and thank you for joining Impact Wrestling Results. We had a great time hanging out and can’t wait to see you all next week.

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