Impact Wrestling taped a series of episodes for the upcoming weeks of television at the “Derby City Rumble” in Louisville, Kentucky. On November 18 and 19, the business will be back in Louisville, according to their announcement. Emergence, their upcoming pay-per-view, is scheduled on August 12th, 2022, in Chicago’s Cicero Stadium.
The next event is the Lone Star Stampede, which is scheduled for August 26 and 27 in Dallas, Texas. At the tapings, Killer Kelly also made a triumphant comeback to “Impact.” Tiffany Nieves and Jada Stone had a match with Tasha Steelz providing commentary; after the match, Kelly ran over and knocked the two women out.
After several weeks of teaser videos, she finally made her official company debut. She was seen engaging in a number of activities in a motel room, including taking a shower, applying cosmetics, and doing her hair, all while talking about getting ready for the other Knockouts by researching them. Kelly, who is best known for her stint on the independent circuit, was with WWE from 2018 until 2020 as a member of the “NXT UK” brand. At the end of 2020, she has a brief run in “Impact.”
KUSHIDA made his company debut at the tapings following the contest between Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin, since we’re talking about debuts. The Motor City Machine Guns were unexpectedly attacked by Deaner and Doering, but KUSHIDA finally ran down and saved his Timesplitter teammate, Shelley. KUSHIDA joined WWE in 2019 and left the organization in April of this year.
His involvement with New Japan Pro Wrestling from 2010 until 2019 is what made him most famous, and he returned to the organization earlier this year. Honor No More and Heath ran across each other multiple times as well. Since the faction’s match against The “Impact” Originals on “Slammiversary,” Heath and Honor No More have been at odds. According to reports, Shera’s match against Josh Alexander may have also ended prematurely due to an injury.
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