Impact Wrestling No Surrender Live Results (2/13)

Hello everyone, and welcome to Impact Wrestling’s No Surrender Live Results!

This is a stacked card as there’s a triple threat match for the Impact Tag Team Championship as the Good Brothers defend against Private Party and Chris Sabin and James Storm and more.

Today also marks Tommy Dreamer‘s 50th birthday, and he’s challenging Rich Swann for the Impact World Championship.

Time to get some snacks and settle in, and No Surrender Live Results will see you back here at the 8 p.m. EST start time for the event on Impact Plus.

Decay (Rosemary, Crazzy Stese, Black Taurus) Defeated XXXL (Larry D, Acey Romero) and Tenille Dashwood with Kaleb with a K by Pinfall

After a fast start, Taurus was finally taken off his feet when Larry D hit a suicide dive through the ropes, and Taurus returned the favor.

In an interesting moment, Romero powerbombed their partner, Dashwood, over the top rope and into everyone on the floor against her will, and Dashwood seemed to injure her left elbow.

Taurus nailed Larry D with a brainbuster for the pin.

This was an impressive win and Black Taurus was dominate as we expected.

Hernandez and Brian Myers Defeated Eddie Edwards and Matt Cardona by Pinfall

Brian Myers set his sight on Eddie Edwards to start things off, but we expect the real fun to begin when Myers and Matt Cardona square off.

Whelp, Myers tagged out when Cardona came in, so it’s mind game time.

Myers and Hernandez showed great chemistry and teamwork early on as they gained the upper hand on Edwards.

We liked how Matt Striker and D’Lo Brown to explain Myers and Cardona’s past in the WWE and their action figure collections as possible reasons for Myers’ issues with Cardona.

It took us back to old school style of commentary where they aided the match and didn’t try to overshadow it.

Myers and Cardona finally faced off after Edwards absorbed a ton of punishment, and Cardona took Hernandez and Myers on.

Myers won it with a Monster Cut (clothesline) on Cardona after Cardona hit an exposed turnbuckle.

This was a fun match and Cardona looked like he’s trying to prove himself and we can’t wait to see how this feud between the old friends continue.

Jake Something Defeated Deaner w/Violence By Design (Eric Young, Joe Doering) by Pinfall

The most brutal fights are between family members, and this one didn’t disappoint as Jake dominated early on.

Thanks to Eric Young hitting a neckbreaker on the outside, Deaner turned the tables and laid into Jake. This is the match both of them needed and deserved to have.

Deaner hit an interesting move where he dropkicked Jake from behind after twisting him in the corner so his head was down and the back of his neck was against the turnbuckle.

Jake won after hitting a Black Hole Slam, but was then jumped by VBD afterwards, including Doering putting Jake through a table with a powerbomb from the middle rope.

Jake and Deaner really told a great story with their emotions and aggression.

Triple Threat Revolver Match – Josh Alexander Defeated Ace Austin (Pinfall), Trey Miguel, Daivari, Suicide, Chris Bey, Josh Alexander, Blake Christian, and Willie Mack

This is a cool match setup, and the winner will be the number one contender for the X-Division Championship. This should be a great one.

Trey Miguel, Blake Christian, and Suicide started things off.

The speed and athleticism were top notch from the beginning, with plenty of blink and you’ll miss it moments.

Trey forced Suicide to submit to a prone sharpshooter type of hold, and Chris Bey came out.

Fun note: today is also Chris Bey’s birthday. Happy Beyday!

Trey Miguel and Blake Christion were on fire from the beginning and they matched up perfectly one on one.

Bey hit a Vertibreaker on Christian to eliminate him and Daivari was the next entrant.

Trey hit a meteora on Daivari for the elimination, and Josh Alexander came out. This is going to be fun.

Alexander broke out of a sleeper hold by Trey by suplexing Bey with Trey on his back, gaining the upper hand.

Alexander forced Bey to submit to an ankle lock after hitting him with a torture rack/powerbomb combo.

Willie Mack came out next. Mack started off by hitting a standing moonsault on Trey and Alexander and went for a double cover they both kicked out of.

Trey hit a meteora on Mack while he held Alexander, and both of them pinned Mack to eliminate him.

It’s Trey vs. Alexander vs. Ace Austin w/Madman Fulton for the top contender spot.

Austin took the fight to both of them in what was a great final segment of the match.

Alexander hit a double brainbuster on both opponents, and a double underhook piledriver on Austin for the win.

The intricacies of these matches never cease to amaze us. Great job, gentlemen. This was an awesome match.

Knockouts Tag Team Championship Texas Tornado No DQ Match – Fire ‘N Flava (Tasha Steelz and Kiera Hogan) (c) Defeated Havok and Nevaeh by Pinfall

This is going to be a brutal match, and we’re so looking forward to it. Better grab some popcorn.

It started as soon as the bell rang as the four squared off and exchanged blows before it was down to Havok and Hogan.

Hogan and Steelz used their speed to gain the upper hand and double teamed Nevaeh while Havok was down, then to stay alive when Havok and Nevaeh got back into it.

Steelz brought in a steel chair that didn’t pay off right away, and Hogan used a kendo stick to beat down Havok.

Fire ‘N Flava tried to isolate Nevaeh as much as possible, and we got to see a toughness in them we haven’t yet as they fought tooth and nail, giving as good as they got.

Havok went headfirst into the steel chair she set up in the ropes earlier in the match, and Hogan hit Nevaeh with a kick and Steelz finished her with a cutter for the win.

No Surrender Live Results were going to be happy no matter who won here, but we would love to see the tag titles on Havok and Nevaeh at some point.

X-Division Championship – TJP (c) Defeated Rohit Raju w/Mahabali Shera by Pinfall

Talk about a fast start. Rohit jumped TJP before the match started while Shera distracted him.

They fought in and out of the ring, leading to the announcers wondering what the referee will do if the match never actually starts.

Brian Hebner kept trying to get them into the ring to officially start the ring, but they ignored him and continued to go at it before finally going into the ring after about five minutes.

Rohit’s frustration grew with every counter and pin attempt TJP kicked out of.

TJP hit a springboard DDT and a Mamba Splash for the win.

The pair exchanged moves and counters in a smooth, exciting style that was every bit as fun to watch as it was athletic. This was a technical classic.

Jordynne Grace, Jazz, and ODB Defeated Deonna Purrazzo, Kimber Lee, and Susan by Submission

Seeing ODB handing her flask to the referee was the best way to start the match.

We cycled through the pairing pretty early in the match, but we didn’t have to wait long for Purrazzo to call Jazz a has been, and that was a tough lesson for Purrazzo.

Grace, ODB, and Jazz took turns taking out everyone on the floor from the ring post.

This was a fun match as we got to see a little of everything as Purrazzo and Lee put on a clinic of submissions early on.

It was glorious seeing ODB taking it to Susan, Impact’s new virtue signaler, in a flash of old school before chaos broke out and everyone got into the action.

In a cool twist, Jazz locked in a STF on Susan for the win

Impact Tag Team Championship Triple Threat – The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson) (c) Defeated Private Party (Marq Quen and Isaiah Kassidy) w/Matt Hardy vs. James Storm and Chris Sabin by Pinfall

This should be an awesome match and possible match of the night, so let’s get to it.

This couldn’t have started off worse for Private Party as James Storm cleaned house with both of them before they regrouped with Matt Hardy.

They gained the upper hand on Chris Sabin with some sleight of hand and he and Kassidy had an awesome exchange of moves.

Sabin even told Private Party that they don’t need Hardy, but it didn’t work, but will the seed lead to something down the line?

The Good Brothers got into the match at roughly the 10 minute mark when Karl Anderson tagged in when Sabin fell into their corner.

Gallows did his thing and pummeled Marq Quen down for Anderson to take over.

Storm and Sabin came in and chopped down Gallows and then focused on Anderson.

After Private Party used some great double team moves to get the better of Sabin and Storm, and almost led to a couple of pin attempts.

While Gallows accidentally distracted the ref, Hardy hit a Twist of Fate and Private Party had it won, but Anderson blind tagged in to sneak in to cover Storm for the win.

Impact World Championship – Rich Swann (c) Defeated Tommy Dreamer by Pinfall

This is going to be a fun match simply for the fact it’s great to see Dreamer get a title shot again, though we don’t expect him to win. Maybe we’re in for a surprise?

Dreamer showed off some nice mat wrestling skills we’re not used to seeing from him lately, and Striker and Brown pointed out some of his big wins over Taz in ECW and that he was wearing the boots he wore then.

Dreamer hit a Death Valley Driver on the floor but he dislocated his right pinkie finger. You could see it sticking out at an awkward angle and the doctor came out.

Dreamer poured some water on it to see what he could feel and popped it back into is socket.

Swann then worked on Dreamer’s fingers, showing his own grit. But it wasn’t anything hardcore.

There were several pin attempts where it could’ve gone either way as both men took their best shots.

Swann hit the Phoenix Splash for the win.

While this match ended like we expected, but it was great to see Dreamer in action again and it was a fun old school style of match No Surrender Live Results love watching.

Happy birthday and #ThankYouTommy

Moose attacks

After the match, Dreamer handed Swann the belt, and Moose attacked them both from behind. He wasn’t allowed to interfere in the match or he’d be suspended, but now it’s perfectly clear.

Moose slammed Swann’s previously injured leg into the mat and pounded on it with a steel chair, intent on injuring Swann.

Afterwards, Moose stood tall over everyone.

This was the best event we’ve seen in a while, and it loved up to its hype. What do you all think of it?

Let us know in the comments below, and thank you for joining No Surrender Live Results.

We had a great time and will see you next time.

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