Welcome to Ringside News’ results for Impact Wrestling’s Slammiversary pay-per-view event. Everything kicks off at 8:00 PM EST so check back then for our results to begin.

Impact Wrestling stacked a pretty impressive card. There will likely be plenty of unexpected moments and high spots as well. There are four title matches and a first blood match scheduled for tonight as well with a lot of possibilities for even more violence.

Although Impact Wrestling might have spoiled the surprise for their X Division Open Challenge match, the entire card looks like we could be in for really fun night of total nonstop action.

You can check out the entire card below and don’t forget to check back at 8:00 PM EST because the results will start when the show does.

Impact World Championship
Brian Cage (c) vs. Michael Elgin

Four-Way Monster’s Ball Match for Impact Knockouts Championship
Taya Valkyrie (c) vs. Rosemary vs. Su Yung vs. Jessicka Havok

Impact X Division Championship
Rich Swann (c) vs. Johnny Impact

Impact World Tag Team Championship
The North (Ethan Page and Josh Alexander) (c) vs. LAX vs. The Rascalz (Dezmond Xavier and Zachary Wentz)

Moose vs. Rob Van Dam

First Blood Match
Killer Kross vs. Eddie Edwards

Sami Callihan vs. Tessa Blanchard

TJP X-Division Open Challenge

TJP X-Division Open Challenge

TJP vs Trey Miguel vs Jake Crist vs Willie Mack

Jake took a double super kick from Trey and TJP right from the start. Then they took Willie down and Trey pulled off a nice top rope armdrag on TJP. Willie hit a splash on TJP and he got a two count. Then Jake and TJP fought as Jake roughed him up and drew heat from the crowd.

TJP pulled off a double abdominal stretch until Mack knocked him down. Then TJP hit a springboard dropkick to the side of his head. This match was going so fast as Mack hit a dive followed by Crist hitting a diving DDT on Mack. Then Trey nailed a kick and a dive on everyone.

They set up a tower of doom move with TJP on the bottom, but Trey flipped out of it and ended up in a surfboard stretch as Willie hit a diving stomp on Miguel. That was brutal.

In the end, Willie Mack picked up the win after Jake Crist nailed a top rope cutter on Trey and then Mack came down with a frog splash.

Winner: Willie Mack

The North (c) vs. LAX vs. The Rascalz — Impact Tag Team Title Match

This match was very fast and very back and forth for the beginning. The North took the first shots and then LAX had a moment when they cleared the ring, but all three teams soon started going at it left and right.

The North pulled off a German Suplex off the top followed by a senton and then LAX jumped in to take control. They hit Page and Alexander with double team moves and picked Ethan Page back up before Alexander knocked Page off the top rope to break up another move.

Konnan threw up an X on Santana and called the doctors to ringside. As Wentz broke up a pinfall in the ring.

The North ended up retaining their titles after stealing a pinfall after a powerbomb.

Winners: The North

Killer Kross vs Eddie Edwards – First Blood Match

Edwards started things out with a kendo stick shot to the stomach. Kross’ face was all painted up during this match. This match is all about bleeding so let’s hope an accidental nose bleed doesn’t ruin it.

Eddie got a chair out from under the ring, but Killer didn’t let him use it before smashing his back into the corner of the apron. “Holy sh*t” chants broke out.

Then Kross got his own chair, but once they returned to the ring, Edwards hit a belly to belly and a German that Kross no-sold. Then Kross went out of the ring and Kross tossed a chair into Eddie Edwards’ face as he tried for a dive.

Kross slammed nailed a gut-wrench suplex from the apron onto a couple of chairs and good lord that was brutal and wouldn’t cause any blood. Killer Kross did that just because he wanted to.

Edwards dodged two chair shots and then he launched a chair at Killer Kross’ head.

Then eventually found themselves on the top rope where Edwards sent Kross to the mat with a Busted Knee Party. Neither man was bleeding and then Eddie got “Kenny” hit kendo stick.

Killer got the Kross Jacket on Eddie as he took kendo shots to the face and then they rolled out of the ring. Eddie hit a tiger driver on the floor and still, nobody was bleeding.

Eddie grabbed his kendo stick again and waited before snapping the stick and then he just stabbed Kross RIGHT IN THE MOUTH.

Kross started coughing up a lot of blood. Nice blood packet work… we’re hoping because yeah… he stabbed him in the mouth.

Winner: Eddie Edwards

RVD vs Moose

Moose takes RVD down before the bell sounded then he laid in a chop, but RVD hit a couple of kicks and a basement dropkick before hitting his vintage spinning legdrop, but Moose rolled out before rolling thunder.

Then Van Dam nailed a somersault dive over the top rope. Then Moose nailed a big boot on the outside. Moose tried to powerbomb RVD on the apron, but Van Dam turned it into a rana followed by another somersault dive off the apron.

Moose hit two dropkicks once then returned to the ring. This was followed by some punches and a boot choke in the ropes. After toying with RVD for a bit, Moose tossed him out of the ring.

Moose maintained control as Rob Van Dam did a lot of selling. Moose also did a ton of taunting in between each move. Van Dam started to fight back, but then Moose latched on a rear chinlock. Moose nailed a big boot and sent Van Dam Down.

Moose said he was the whole f’n show and then Van Dam backdropped him onto the ramp and that got a “holy sh*t” chant from the crowd. RVD hit two clotheslines and then connected with a backheel kick before RVD hit a split legged moonsault for a two count.

RVD started to rally and jumped on the top rope. Then Moose caught him with a kick followed by a chokeslam powerbomb for a two count. Then they started trading punches until Moose hit a DDT.

Moose went for a frog splash, but he hit only canvas. Then RVD hit a DDT for a two count. Moose hit a low-blow after the referee was distracted from being used as a shield.

Then Moose got out of the ring and got a chair. This is not a no DQ match. The referee wouldn’t let him whack RVD with the chair and then Van Dam hit a Van Damniator for a two count as Moose got his foot on the rope.

Van Dam hit a drop toehold onto the chair before getting on top and hitting a 5 Star Frog Splash right onto the chair after Moose moved. Then Moose hit the spear and won.

Winner: Moose

Taya Valkyrie (c) vs. Rosemary vs. Su Yung vs. Jessicka Havok – Impact Knockouts Title Monsters Ball Match

This match is going to get crazy, and rightfully so. Taya walked to the ring with a pink staple gun in tow.

Yung and Havoc tried to work together as they brought in garbage cans and chairs. Taya tried to staple Havoc, but it was blocked. Then Havoc took a garbage tan to the face from Rosemary. Then Taya stapled Su in the back a few times followed by stapling a Taya 8×10 to Yung’s face.

Then she jammed the paper in Su’s mouth and hit a knee to the face.

Havoc jumped in and nailed a backbreaker on Taya followed by hanging her up for a couple of knees to the face followed a neckbreaker on a chair. Then Rosemary hit a missile dropkick on Havoc followed by some cookie sheet shots to Havoc.

Su hit Rosemary with a dog collar and then tied her up. Su tied the other end to her own neck locking them together. Su sent Rosemary into a chair in the corner before Taya took them both down with a ladder shot. Havoc tried to interrupt, but Taya sent her into the chair with a body scissors.

They tied Taya up in the turnbuckle and Su and Rosemary went up top as Taya reached up and grabbed them before they suplexed each other into the ladder. Rosemarty hit a spear on Taya after Havoc took a spear right into a chair in the corner.

Then Rosemary got the thumbtacks out. Both Taya and Rosemary teased a bump into the tacks before Taya stomped her face into the tacks. Su and Havoc started having words and then Father James Mitchell accidentally took the red mist from Su Yung.

There was a table set up outside as Rosemary and Taya fought on the apron. Then they took a bump through the table as you could clearly hear someone yell: “YOWIE WOWIE!”

Havoc hit a tombstone off the top rope onto the tacks. Then Taya shoved Havoc off of her and stole the pinfall.

Winner: Taya Valkyrie

Rich Swann (c) vs. Johnny Impact – X Division Title Match

They started out slow, but once they got going, Impact rolled out of the ring to avoid Swann. Then Swann and Impact traded arm drags. Swann got out of a submission by kipping up over and over again and then he sent Impact down.

Johnny Bravo collected all of the thumbtacks at ringside and threw them in the ring. Then Impact slapped Swann with his bandanna and crotched Swann on the ropes before hitting a springboard kick.

Impact grabbed the X Division Title while Bravo kicked Swann at ringside. Impact nailed a neckbreaker and taunted the camera before slowing Swann down with another submission hold while he trash talked the fans.

Swann came back with a kick and a rolling DDT. Then Swann swept Impact’s feet while on the middle rope before nailing a kick and an impressive flipping splash for a two count.

Impact left the ring and Rich Swann nailed a corkscrew dive before throwing him back in the ring and nailing a Randy Savage elbow for a two count. Johnny Impact returned fire with a Johnny’s Edge for a two count.

Impact jumped on the apron and went for a springboard dive, but Swann nailed him with a stuff forearm uppercut. Then they went to the top turn buckle and started fighting on top before they both fell to the floor.

Swann ended up on the top rope and Impact nailed two Spanish flies in a row. One from the second rope and another standing for a two count.

Bravo tried to trip Swann, so he got hit with a dive. Then Impact crashed and burned to the floor, but he didn’t sell it much. Swann was going for his springboard cutter, but Impact hit a springboard kick at the same time. Then Impact nailed Starship Pain for a two count.

Swann nailed eight kicks before hitting two cutters and a Phoenix Splash for the win.

Winner: Rich Swann

Brian Cage (c) vs. Michael Elgin — Impact World Title Match

They started off by trading clubbing blows and then Elgin returned fire with two kckis that sent Cage out of the ring. Then once they returned to the ring, Brian began taking advantage of the match. This was followed by a suplex to the corner. This was followed up a dive to the floor.

Elgin countered a clothesline into a dragon suplex and then he started hitting running clotheslines. They went up top and hit a superplex on Brian Cage and his injured back for a two count.

Then Elgin went Brian Cage into the turnbuckles with a lot of force to further the damage on his back. They went outside and Michael drove Brian into the steel barricade before suplexing him onto the apron.

Michael Elgin climbed to the top rope, but his twisting senton dive hit nothing but mat as Cage moved. Cage didn’t maintain control for long before Elgin hit a backbreaker. Cage nailed a superkick and a tornado DDT before hitting a 6-1-9 and a sit-down face buster for a two count.

Elgin nailed an elbow in the corner and climbed to the top, but Cage stopped him and sent his face into the mat with a reverse electric chair drop.

Michael Elgin powerbombed Cage, but couldn’t capitalize with a pinfall. Elgin hyped himself up, but Cage countered and then Elgin nailed a clothesline of his own before taking his elbow pad off and hitting another one. Then he hit an Elgin Bomb for a two count.

Elgin hit a bucklebomb, but Cage came back with a discus clothesline. They blocked each other’s clotheslines and then traded kicks. Elgin hit another boot followed by one more to send Brian Cage down.

Cage reversed another Elgin Bomb into a bucklebomb, but Elgin reversed out of an F5 to hit a flipping piledriver for a two count.

Cage got out of a torture rack and nailed a knee and a powerbomb before hitting an F5 for another two count. “Fight forever” chants started.

Elgin reversed out of a Drill Claw and nailed Cage a couple of times before hitting another spinning forearm and a bucklebomb followed but a backdrop where Cage held on and hooked the legs on a roll-up pin for the win.

Winner: Brian Cage

After the match was over, Michael Elgin nailed Brian Cage with the Impact World Title. Then Elgin tossed Don Callis in the ring, but a masked man jumped in to gore Michael Elgin… yeah it was Rhyno. Obviously, but he didn’t take off his mask.

Sami Callihan vs Tessa Blanchard

Tessa and Sami both brought baseball bats to the ring. This match took some time to start with all of the “Tessa’s gonna kill you” chants.

Blanchard started things out with some forearms and a head scissors before hitting a springboard dropkick and three suicide dives. Sami caught her on the third one and whacked Tessa’s head against the steel railing twice before hitting a Death Valley Driver on the floor.

Then Tessa was thrown back outside very quickly after returning and Callihan nailed a powerbomb to the apron. Sami kicked her in the face and got Tessa to her feet before he hammered her back down.

Tessa came back with a running cutter, but Callihan nailed a stiff big boot and then he took a bow before stomping her ankle. Sami hit a scoop slam on Tessa and taunted the crowd some more. He tossed her on the ramp and told fans to move out of the way. Then he prepared himself to powerbomb Tessa off the stage, but she countered and hit another cutter.

They crawled to the ring and got to their feet. “F*ck him up Tessa, f*ck him up” chants started as they traded shots. Callihan gave her the double middle fingers and asked “is that all you got bitch?” before he hit her with a low blow. Then she nailed a Samoan Drop on Callihan before climbing to the top rope. Blanchard jumped over Sami and then she hit a tilt-a-whirl DDT for a two count.

Tessa tried for a hammerlock DDT, but Callihan blocked her and hit a shoulder breaker followed by a powerbomb and an STF. Once they got back up, Callihan set up for his Cactus Special Piledriver off the top rope, but Tessa got out of it and hit a DDT instead.

Tessa went for Sami, but the referee tried to pull her off so the referee took a bump. Callihan hit her with a baseball bat and a second referee ran in for a two count. Then Sami knocked that referee out because he didn’t like that count.

Sami looked like he was going to kill Tessa with a baseball bat. Tessa spit in Sami’s face, called him a “motherf*cker” and hit him with her own baseball bat. Then Tessa climbed to the top rope for a Magnum. Tessa rolled the pin into a crossface and Sami fought not to tap out before turning it into a tombstone fro a two count.

Tessa gave him the thumbs down and then Sami hit the Cactus Piledriver and got the win.

Winner: Sami Callihan

After the match was over, Sami walked over with the two bats and handed one to Tessa before leaving her alone in the ring.

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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