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Tag Team Street Fight – The Good Brothers (Karl Anderson, Doc Gallows) vs. Sami Callihan and Tommy Dreamer
This is going to be an awesome match and just as brutal if Tommy Dreamer and Sami Callihan have anything to say about it. This could be a long match for the Good Brothers.
Callihan has his baseball bat with to start off. This bodes well.
Mutual lockups went no where, and Callihan switched with Dreamer and took Anderson for another draw, then they said it’s a street fight and the brawl started.
Callihan grabbed a chair right away and hammered on Gallows, but Gallows struck back and then used a chair himself.
Callihan used a broom on Gallows while Anderson used the ring bell on Anderson’s family bells.
Anderson crying it’s not in the rules was perfect.
Callihan and Gallows exchanged blows in the middle of the ring until Callihan hit a pump kick and sent Gallows to the floor.
Dreamer called Callihan to the back and they headed off, then came back with trash cans of fun.
Anderson dropped Dreamer on the barricade outside the ring while Gallows got the upper hand on Callihan with the use of a chain around Callihan’s mouth.
With Callihan sent to the floor, Anderson set a chair up in the corner and he and Gallows looked to work over Dreamer and Anderson sent him into the chair face first.
Anderson and Gallows hit Dreamer with back to back splashes for a pin attempt, then they ran into a bot by Callihan.
Dreamer countered Anderson’s cutter with his own, the hit a DDT on Gallows after ducking a right and Anderson broke up the pin.
Anderson his a spinebuster, and Callihan hit the ref to break up the count. Gallows sent Callihan to the floor with a big boot, then he and Anderson pulled out a table.
They set the table up in the middle of the ring, and the Good Brothers put Dreamer through the table with a Magic Killer but Callihan broke up the pin.
Callihan grabbed his bat and knocked out Gallows, then Anderson for the win, then gave Dreamer a thumbs up.
Satoshi Kojima w/Eddie Edwards vs. Joe Doering w/VBD (Eric Young, Deaner, Rhino)
This is going to be a fun one as Kojima and Doering renew their rivalry from New Japan.
They exchanged holds early on, and Doering absorbed three shoulder blocks without moving, so Kojima stomped on his feet then dropped him with a fourth shoulder block.
Doering dropped him with a shoulder block while Kojima celebrated for a pin attempt.
They continued exchanging blows with Doering getting the better end of it and then choking Kojima out. Doering followed it with a Boston Crab, but Kojima made it to the ropes to break the hold.
Doering’s onslaught continued, but Kojima’s toughness was second to none as he stayed alive ling enough to hit a couple of boots and the machine gun chops.
Kojima hit a flying forearm in the corner and hit a flying elbow off the top rope for a near pinfall.
Unfortunately, Kojima’s momentum stopped when he ran into a spine buster and the two rolled to the floor and Doering ran him into the ring apron.
Kojima hit a clothesline to Doering’s legs, then threw Rhino into the ring post before sliding into the ring to hit a DDT for a near pinfall on Doering.
Doering his a crossbody off the ropes, but Kojima somehow kicked out. Kojima fought out of a power bomb and he nailed Doering on the back of the neck with a clothesline and then a cutter.
Doering caught his big line off the ropes and it a Death Valley Driver and Clothesline from Hell, but Kojima kicked out.
So, Doering hit a spinning power bomb for the win.
This was a fun match and Impact Wrestling Against All Odds Results thought it was great to see Doering pushed to his limits for the first time in Impact Wrestling.
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