Impact Wrestling held their second night of TV tapings from the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia last night. The famous building is better known to long-time fans as the original ECW Arena. Impact featured a stacked show with plenty of champions and international stars.

F4w Online reported a full spoiler lineup from the tapings. This goes without saying, but this is your official spoiler warning. The full list of spoilers can be seen below:

  • Rhino and Heath defeated Willie Mack and Rich Swann
  • Madison Rayne defeated Jessie McKay
  • Jonathan Gresham defeated Rocky Romero
  • ROH Women’s Champion and AAA Reina de Reinas Champion Deonna Purrazzo defeated Willow Nightingale
  • Alex Shelley defeated Steve Maclin
  • An in-ring confrontation took place between members of The Bullet Club and Honor No More.
  • Jonah defeated PCO
  • Impact Tag Team Champions Violent By Design defeated Crazzy Steve and Black Taurus
  • Impact Wrestling Digital Media Champion Matt Cardona defeated Little Guido
  • Mahabali Shera defeated a local competitor
  • Trey Miguel and Laredo Kid defeated Ace Austin and Mike Bailey. After the match, Bailey turned on Austin.
  • Moose came out with his lawyer, RD Evans, to apologize for his recent actions regarding Josh Alexander and his family. However, he instead knocked Alexander and promised to show his family what a real man was. This brought out Alexander and it soon turned into a brawl, with security and Scott D’Amore coming out. The segment ended with Alexander hitting the C4 Spike on Moose off the apron and through a table.
  • Jay White, The Good Brothers, and Chris Bey defeated Kenny King, Vincent, Matt Taven, and Mike Bennett.

Impact Wrestling will present the Multiverse of Matches on April 1 at WrestleCon in Dallas. The Good Brothers are set to face The Briscoes and Eddie Edwards will take on NJPW legend Tomohiro Ishii. Fans who want something a little different are encouraged to check out Impact. The promotion has a ton of great talent from around the world.

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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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