Impact Wrestling Results (6/3) – Fire ‘N Flava Defeated Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering by Pinfall to Retain the Knockouts Tag Championship; Satoshi Kajima Defeated Deaner by Pinfall in his Debut

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Impact Wrestling Results tuned in as Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb with a K approached Rachael backstage and said they can really feel her vibe and they went on their spiel to recruit her to join Tenille for a tag title run.

When Grace came up, Rachael told her she’s never been more ready for their match.

The Most Professional Wrestler

Brian Myers’ training of Sam Beale started with his look, and he removed his scarf and gave him a Brian Myers’ T-shirt in a shameless product plug.

After seeing Beale’s entrance, Myers critiqued his entrance, and played his song to show how it’s done.

Myers got a little frustrated and told him he has a lot of work to do.

Knockouts Tag Team Championship – Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan, Tasha Steelz) (c) vs. Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering

Steelz started off playing mind games on Grace, and Grace responded by planting her with a shoulder block and then a roll up pin attempt after a series of counters.

Grace hit a spinning neck lock, and then a series of shoulders for a pin attempt.

Rachael came in and hit a running boot and senton for a pin attempt.

Steelz slipped out of an electric chair and tagged Hogan in and she chocked out Rachael.

Rachael hit a sling blade on Steelz, and Grace steamrolled Hogan a couple of times and hit a gut wrench suplex into a sit out power bomb pin attempt.

Grace hit a running knee and Vader Bomb, and Rachael hit s twisting leg drop for a pin attempt.

While the ref was tied up with Grace, Steelz nailed Rachael with a Codebreaker for a pin attempt by Hogan.

Grace and Rachael hit a muscle buster powerbomb for a near pinfall, and Steelz hit a crucifix on Grace for a pin attempt.

The action spilled to the floor as Steelz hit Rachael with a DDT on the floor, but Hogan held onto a sleeper despite Grace dropping to the mat and Steelz hit a splash for the win.

Sami Callihan was backstage and in the middle of cutting a promo about not being afraid of Moose when Don Callis came in and tried to goad Callihan into action.

He did a little sucking up before Callihan told him to get out, then concluded his promo.

A vignette with Steve Macklin played where he was sipping some whiskey.

Fire ‘N Flava went to Scott D’Amore’s office and informed him they’re still there and still the best, and they’re looking for some competition after beating everyone.

D’Amore said they need someone to step up and he said he’s got a couple of people upset with them, and Kimber Lee and Susan came out, and D’Amore made a Knockouts tag championship match between them at Against All Odds.

Impact Wrestling Results aren’t sure about this match, but it should be interesting to say the least.

Satoshi Kojima vs. Deaner w/VBD (Eric Young, Joe Doering, Rhino)

Impact Wrestling Results have been waiting for this one. Time to grab some popcorn.

After a couple of early lockups, Deaner hit a kick and some rights, but Kojima matched him with a shoulder block and then two more before he ran Deaner over and then kept knocking him down.

Deaner got the upper hand and pinned Kojima’s head under the middle turnbuckle and hit a dropkick, and went for a pin attempt.

A knee drop followed, and then Deaner choked him out on the middle rope before hitting a snapmare and an elbow drop for a pin attempt.

Kojima hit a series of machine gun chops on Deaner’s chest, and then a forearm before he headed to the top rope and it a flying elbow for a near pinfall.

Deaner hit a neckbreaker for a pin attempt, but Kojima responded and hit a brain buster for a near pinfall.

Rhino distracted the ref and Doering tried to interfere but Eddie Edward came out with Kenny to back Doering off.

Kojima hit a cutter and then a clothesline for the win.

This was a fun match and it was great to see Kojima in action.

Moose isn’t listening

Moose was trying to give a promo when Don Callis came in and tried a similar spiel with him he did with Callihan, and Moose was just as receptive.

Callis told him to finish Callihan off quit, and Moose said he stopped listening when he asked how he’s doing.

Decay confronts VBD

Eric Young was calling out Eddie Edwards when Black Taurus and Crazzy Steve came out.

Young said he trained both of them to know better, and Steve told him why not give him some responsibility by giving him a tag title so VBD can face Decay at Against All Odds for the tag championship.

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