Impact Wrestling pretaped a series of matches and promos in Louisville, KY on November 20th. The promotion featured a stacked show with plenty of exciting action. Please be careful of spoilers before reading ahead.

PW Insider reported the full line-up from the taping event. However, as of writing this article, there is no official confirmation as to when this show will air on television or the order these matches will be featured on television. The full line-up is as follows:

  • Rich Swann interrupted Bully Ray’s promo setting up a match between the two men
  • Bully Ray defeated Rich Swann
  • Moose defeated Bhupinder Gujjar. Following the match, Moose called out Joe Hendry and was speared by Gujjar in the brawl that ensued.
  • Kazarian defeated Steve Machlin by disqualification
  • Mickie James defeated Deonna Purrazzo
  • Jordynne Grace challenged Mickie James to match for the Knockout World Championship at the Hard to Kill event
  • Rhino & Heath’s match against the Motor City Machine Guns ended in a no contest after the Major Player got involved
  • Savannah Evans defeated Taya Valkyrie
  • Josh Alexander issued an open challenge targeting Bully Ray. While Ray didn’t respond, “Speedball” Mike Bailey responded
  • Josh Alexander defeated Speedball Bailey in the ensuing bout. After the match, Mike Bailey was attacked by Kenny King. When Josh Alexander attempted to intervene in Bailey’s defense, he was attacked by Bully Ray

We will have to see if those matches air in that order. They can do anything they wish with editing. The company’s fans certainly have a lot to look forward to.

Impact Wrestling airs every Thursday at 8 PM ET. The Impact roster features a ton of talent from around the world. Stay tuned to Ringside News for more spoilers.

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