Impact Wrestling resumed their regular television taping schedule after a wild Bound for Glory on Sunday night. The show saw two new major champions crowned as Mickie James won the Knockouts title and Moose became Impact World champion.

Click here for our complete coverage of Impact Wrestling’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view.

As Ringside News exclusively reported, Bound For Glory was the final show of Impact’s talent exchange with All Elite Wrestling. Spoilers from the latest taping of Impact Wrestling appear below, as reported by F4WOnline.

  • Josh Alexander defeated Minoru Suzuki in the main event
  • Suzuki also defeated Kaleb with a K
  • Eddie Edwards won a three-way with W. Morrissey and Matt Cardona for an Impact World title shot against Moose at Turning Point.
  • The Kiss Demon, Crazzy Steve, and Black Taurus defeated Johnny Swinger, Fallah Baah, and Hernandez in a six-man tag match.
  • Doc Gallows wrestled Hikuleo to continue the feud between the Bullet Club and the Good Brothers.
  • The Iinspiration wrestled Kimber Lee and Brandi Lauren and were cornered by Decay after the bout.
  • Digital Media champion Jordynne Grace defended the title against John Skyler
  • Mercedes Martinez has a match but was attacked afterwards. Mickie James made the safe and Martinez laid her out.
  • Additional matches included Rohit Raju vs. Rocky Romero, Willie Mack vs VSK, Laredo Kid vs Steve Maclin, and a four-way between Jake Something, Matthew Rehwoldt, Alisha Edwards, and Chelsea Green.

The tapings continued the build to Impact’s next pay-per-view event. Turning Point takes place on November 20 from Las Vegas, Nevada.

The rumored stipulation for the Moose vs Edwards match is a Full Metal Mayhem match. This is unconfirmed as of this writing, but it is rumored.

Impact Wrestling airs weekly in the U.S. on AXS TV on Thursday nights at 8PM eastern. The company is trying to gain ground on their competition by signing major stars, and were successful in bring in The IInspiration who debuted at the latest PPV.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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