Impact Wrestling Under Siege Live Results (5/15)

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Hello and welcome to Impact Wresting Under Siege Live Results!

I’m your host, CP Bialois, and we’re set for what looks like an awesome show, so let’s buckle up and get ready for the ride at 8 p.m. EST.

Brian Myers defeated Black Taurus w/Decay (Rosemary and Crazzy Steve) by Pinfall after hitting a Roster Cut

Myers started off being out muscled and then complaining about his hair being pulled, so it’s time to get cerebral.

Black Taurus hit an impressive pump handle backbreaker. Haven’t seen that too often before. Very nice.

Myers gained the upper hand after punching Steve to distract Taurus, and he continued his assault.

After exchanging pin opportunities, Myers hit a Roster Cut for the win, giving him a sweep of Decay except for Rosemary.

Taylor Wilde and Tenille Dashwood w/Kaleb with a K defeated Susan and Kimber Lee by pinfall via a German Suplex bridge

Taylor and Tenille worked well together as a team to start off, but after a fast start Susan and Kimber took over for a while.

Kaleb hit Susan with a kick through the ropes and Taylor hit a German Suplex and bridge for the win.

This was a pretty good match and Tenille seems to be winning Taylor over little by little.

Impact World Tag Team Championship Number 1 Contenders Match – Ace Austin and Madman Fulton defeated XXXL (Acey Romero and Larry D) (pin), TJP and Petey Williams, and Rohit Raju and Shera

This is going to an awesome and mixed styles match, so we’re holding onto our seats. We do have to say it’s weird seeing TJP without Fallah Bahh as his tag partner, but Petey Williams will compliment him well.

The match started off with a brawl initiated by Madman Fulton, and he and Larry D squared off once a semblance of order was restored.

XXXL came close to winning it, but Fulton’s power leveled them and Austin hit a splash on Larry for the win. This was awesome and we got to see a little of everything.

W. Morrissey defeated Willie Mack for the win by pinfall and Rich Swann returned to help Mack after the match

Mack came out looking more intense than we’re accustomed to seeing and had a mouth piece in place, came right after Morrissey and hammered away, rocking Morrissey.

Morrissey kept trying to get distance, and he took over with a shoulder block and a big boot to send Mack to the floor.

Mack fought back after absorbing a ton of punishment, but it wasn’t enough as Morrissey caught his crossbody attempt off the ropes and his a flatliner and a knee to the back of Mack’s head for the win.

Afterwards, Morrissey grabbed a steel chair but Rich Swann came out to help Mack and held the ring against Morrissey.

Knockouts Tag Team Championship – Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz) Defeated Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering to reclaim the Knockouts tag titles

Jordynne Grace has a lot to prove to herself, and this is going to be a hard fought match.

Steelz and Hogan jumped them right away, but the champions’ power countered that and the match was on.

Hogan and Steelz speed helped turn the momentum, but Racheal survived the punishment she endured and Grace’s power leveled the playing field.

After a brutal back and forth on the top rope, Steelz hit a splash for the pin to regain the Knockouts tag titles. Congratulations ladies!

X-Division Championship – Josh Alexander (c) defeated El Phantasmo by submission via ankle lock

Alexander’s technical styles matched El Phantasmo’s athleticism early on, and El Phantasmo attempting technical wrestling didn’t work that well.

El Phantasmo pulled an awesome rope walk/hop for a near pinfall around the mid point to gain the momentum and used Alexander’s fingers to flip off the ref at one point.

El Phantasmo showed some old school tricks with a airplane spin neckbreaker as well as some dirty tricks.

Alexander hit a powerbomb backbreaker followed by an ankle lock to win and retain the X-Division Championship.

Awesome match. Can’t say that enough.

Knockouts Championship – Deonna Purrazzo (c) w/Kimber Lee and Susan defeated Havok by submission via Fujiwara Armbar

Havok took over soon after the start of the match despite the numbers game by Deonna and company.

Deonna took over after Havok missed a leg drop and went to work on Havok’s left arm.

Deonna locked in the Fujiwara Armbar for the submission to retain the Knockouts Championship.

Eddie Edwards and FinJuice (Juice Robinson, David Finlay) defeated Kenny Omega and the Good Brothers (Karl Anderson, Doc Gallows) by pinfall after Edwards hit Anderson with the Boston Knee Party

Robinson and Finlay gained the upper hand on Anderson to start off, and controlled the tempo early on.

Gallows evened the playing field before Omega came on. We have a feeling they’re saving Omega and Edwards to face off.

Edwards looked good against Omega, possibly teasing us for a future match. Edwards almost had a couple of pins on Omega after a Blue Thunder Bomb and Tiger Driver.

Edwards hit the Boston Knee Party on Anderson for the win.

This was another awesome match as we got to see the best of everyone.

6 Way Number 1 Contenders Match – Moose Defeated Chris Sabin (pin), Chris Bey, Matt Cardona, Sami Callihan, and Trey Miguel to face Kenny Omega for the Impact World Championship

This could be the match of the night. Time to buckle up.

Moose opened it up by welcoming everyone to attack, then he took them out one by one.

Bey and Sabin were a blur of movement and they went back and forth, and Trey and Bey didn’t last as long but was just as entertaining.

Callihan took out Trey with a Death Valley Driver and Cardona sent him out of the ring with a dropkick, then sent Moose to the floor.

After pumping up his shoes (remember those?) Trey and Bey took out everyone with dual suicide dives to the floor.

Callihan introduced a chair to break Bey’s pin attempt on Moose following a splash. The ref’s look at Callihan was classically awesome.

The Good Brothers came out and pulled Callihan out of the ring when he was about to finish it.

Moose hit a spear on Sabin for the win.

Don Callis may have removed Callihan, but now Omega’s going to face a fired up Moose to bring back the title.

This was a great match and a show and we had a great time. What did you think of it? Let us know in the comments below and thank you for joining Impact Wrestling Under Siege Live Results.

We had a great time with you all and we’ll see you next week.

Have a great one and see you then!

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