This is going to be a fun segment for Impact Wrestling Preview simply for the fact we get to see Rich Swann and Kenny Omega trade barbs in a formal environment.
We expect things to get out of hand because what’s a pro wrestling press conference without something going wrong, right?
It’s not going to help Kenny Omega’s temperament considering Swann countered his One Winged Angel finisher last week and hit a Phoenix Splash for the win on Karl Anderson.
Omega’s going to take offense at the notion that he suffered the loss without being pinned and will point out Swann didn’t pin him and won’t at Rebellion.
Omega will have a point and he and Don Callis will use it to try to get into Swann’s head that Omega pinned him at Hard To Kill pay-per-view.
Their records in six man tag matches is now even expect for who pinned who, and Swann will be intent on proving he’s Omega’s better next week, and it’ll be an awesome match.
We can’t help but think there’s going to be a twist coming tonight and next week, and we hope they get those ideas out of their system before the pay-per-view.
No need to mess with what could be the best match of the year.
Thank you Jazz
Tonight, we’re going to say goodbye to a true legend in professional wrestling as Jazz will say goodbye in a retirement ceremony.
Jazz put her career on the line against Deonna Purrazzo for the Knockouts Championship at Hardcore Justice. Though she didn’t win, Jazz went out fighting and it’s how we’ll always remember her.
For 22 years, Jazz has given her all to professional wrestling and she helped transform the landscape from bra and bikini matches to legitimate women’s wrestling.
She helped take the sport back to where it previously was and was meant to be and attracted many of today’s current superstars.
Jazz had previously retired last year, but Jordynne Grace reportedly talked her into coming back so she could retire in style and now that it’s happening we’re torn.
Impact Wrestling Preview spent years watching Jazz and enjoyed every minute of it, but there always comes a time to walk away.
We can’t wait to hear what she has to say and we wish her all the best in her future endeavors and thank her for everything she’s done for professional wrestling.
What’s your favorite Jazz match? Let us know in the comments below.
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