Impact Wrestling Results (6/10) – Chaos Ensues! Rosemary Defeated Havoc by Pinfall; Tasha Steelz, Pinned Kimber Lee; Trey Miguel and Petey Williams Defeated Rohit Raju and Chris Bey By Submission, then Fend off Ace Austin and Madman Fulton

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Impact Wrestling Results tuned in as Brian Myers began chapter two of his working with Sam Beale and asked what a promo is.

Beale said it’s just an interview, and Myers told him a promo is a match and told him to cut a promo about facing Matt Cardona.

Beale ran down a list on how good Cardona looks and said he thought he was supposed to build up his opponent and Myers lost it and saying it’s about burying Cardona.

D’Amore shared the news about the tag match when Callihan interrupted him and asked who would team with him, and D’Amore said that’s his fault and problem.

Tommy Dreamer came up to them and offered his services since their mutual enemy is Don Callis.

Callihan agreed, against his better judgement. If Dreamer messes up Callihan will beat his a–.

Havok vs. Rosemary

This is going to be a good one. If Havok wins, the Knockouts Championship will be a triple threat.

Rosemary started the match with a pair of spears for a quick pin attempt, and she continued pounding on Havok.

Havok powered out of a neck lock and threw Rosemary across the ring.

Back from commercial, Havok was in control and hammered Rosemary with some elbows.

Havok locked in a full nelson, the hit a backbreaker and clothesline for a pin attempt. Rosemary slipped free and hit another spear for a near pinfall.

A fourth spear off the ropes finally closed the deal for Rosemary to keep her match against Deonna Purrazzo a singles match.

Susan, Kimber Lee, and Purrazzo came into the ring and attacked both of them, and Purrazzo locked in a double armbar on Rosemary while Kimber and Susan kept Havok away.

Susan demanded the match between Kimber Lee and Tasha Steelz happens right not.

Kimber Lee w/Susan, Deonna Purrazzo vs. Tasha Steelz w/Kiera Hogan

Surprisingly, Steelz and Hogan answered the call and Steelz went right after Kimber with a dropkick, but Kimber caught a hurricanrana attempt and hit a buckle bomb.

Kimber kept on Steelz by choking her out and working her over in one corner and then another.

Steelz fought out of it with a series of chops, but Kimber hit a clothesline for a pin attempt.

Kimber pulled the rope down to send Steelz to the floor, but Steelz made it back in before the ref reached ten and Kimber went right after her.

Kimber hit a trio of suplexes with the third being a stalling suplex before going for another pin attempt.

Steelz survived taking a ton of abuse to hit a Falcon’s Arrow for the win.

They jawed with Susan and Purrazzo in the ring, and things exploded.

Rosemary and Havoc came out and took out Susan and Steelz on the floor, then Kimber and Purrazzo with a chokeslam and a Below respectively.

They then eyes Hogan as she was caught between them, and they nailed Hogan with a double chokeslam.

It looks like Rosemary and Havok are fully aligned.

Steve Macklin had a prerecorded promo about if we could see what he’s been through, and his back is against the wall and it’s due or die. Either he’ll be Mr. Mayhem or we will.

Josh Alexander said he feel great after his Ironman match last week as it was a dream of his, and Ace Austin came up to him asking if he’s going to watch the X-Division tag match tonight.

Alexander said he is and Austin she he shouldn’t worry about it since he’s the only one he should worry about.

Rohit Raju and Chris Bey vs. Petey Williams and Trey Miguel

Rohit and Petey started it off with holds and counterholds and Rohit had some amazing rope maneuvers as he kept changing directions.

Petey locked in a sharpshooter, but Rohit made it to the bottom rope to break the hold and Bey and Trey tagged in.

They were even faster and more athletic as they flew around the ring.

Bey missed a spinning kick and Trey hit a dropkick, then he and Petey his a double backbreaker on Bey for a pin attempt.

Petey fought off Rohit and Bey on the apron, but they eventually gained the upper hand.

Bey and Rohit worked well together, but Petey managed to slip away to cause them to hit each other a couple of times by accident, and then Trey locked Bey in a leg lock and hit a northern lights suplex for a pin attempt on Rohit.

Rohit threw Petey to the floor, then he and Trey went at it and Rohit hit a jumping knee strike.

Petey hit a codebreaker on Rohit and Trey locked in a figure four for the win.

Ace Austin and Madman Fulton came out and they beat down everyone. Josh Lexander came out to help, but Fulton and Austin overwhelmed him early on.

Alexander fought free and the numbers turned on Austin and Fulton. Petey headed to the top rope and the others lifted Fulton up for a Super Ultimate Canadian Destroyer.

This was a fun match and Impact Wrestling Results can’t wait to see the X-Division in action on Saturday.

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