Impact Wrestling used Against All Odds to further the company’s storyline into Slammiversary. It appears that the #1 contender for the Impact Wrestling World Title is now fired.

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Kenny Omega won the Against All Odds main event match with the help of the Young Bucks. The Jackson Brothers took Moose out and then assisted Omega in getting a One Winged Angel on the big man.

Then Sami Callihan took the ring. He was able to get to Daily’s Place because that match was filmed last weekend. After Callihan caused a stir by nailing Omega with a baseball bat, Don Callis fired him.

Impact Wrestling closed out the Against All Odds pay-per-view with Sami Callihan saying that it was “bullsh*t.” He is not happy at all, but remember that Don Callis is no longer an Impact Wrestling executive in real life, but he still plays one on television.

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