Impact Wrestling held their latest batch of TV tapings over the weekend. The company featured a stacked show with plenty of action and this is your spoiler warning before reading ahead.
As of this writing, there is no exact is no confirmation on when the show will air or in which order these bouts will be featured on television. Keep that in mind, because they can edit things however they wish before it airs on television.
As part of her Last Rodeo, Mickie James put the Impact Knockouts Championship on the line against Gisele Shaw. James successfully retained her title after Deonna Purrazzo stopped Shaw from dethroning the champion via unfair means.
Bully Ray and Tommy Dreamer continued to build towards their Busted Open match. DOA Santino Marella booked Ray in a match with Bhupinder Gujjar. It is to be noted that Ray defeated Gujjar in the time-limit matchup earlier this week.
Mike Bailey continued his ascent to the top and inched closer to his dreams of winning a title this year as he defeated Shane Haste in singles action. Bailey wishes to hold both the Impact World Championship and X Division Championship simultaneously. For all that, and more, you may check out the full list of spoilers below.
Chris Bey and Ace Austin challenged The Motor City Machine Guns to a title match during a promo in the ring.
Mike Bailey defeated Shane Haste.
Kenny King defeated Kevin Knight.
During a promo by Mickie James focusing on Jordynne Grace, Gisele Shaw interrupted and was later announced by Gail Kim to get a Knockouts Championship match against James.
PCO and Trey Miguel’s match ended in a no contest after Eddie Edwards attacked PCO with a shovel, leading to a brawl that was broken up by security.
Ace Austin and Chris Bey won the Impact World Tag Team Championship match against The Motor City Machine Guns.
Bully Ray cut a promo about Tommy Dreamer and their upcoming Busted Open Match at No Surrender. Santino Marella appeared and booked a match between Bully and Bhupinder Gujjar. Gujjar won via DQ after Bully hit him with a low blow, leading to a melee that was evened up by Mickie James with a kendo stick to set up a match for Sunday’s taping.
Sami Callihan vs. Yuya Uemura was stopped early after Uemura suffered an injury on a power bomb and was helped to the back.
KUSHIDA defeated Jonathan Gresham.
Killer Kelly did a promo on Taylor Wilde, which brought out Wilde. KiLynn King appeared and hit Kelly with a chair shot, then left with Wilde.
Mickie James defended and retained the Impact Knockouts Championship against Gisele Shaw, with Deonna Purrazzo stopping Shaw from cheating during the match.
Josh Alexander defeated KENTA.
This concludes our the tapings. If you want to catch the show in it’s entirely, Impact Wrestling currently airs on Thursday nights at 8 PM Eastern Time on AXS TV in the United States. The show is also available on the Fight Network in Canada and on various networks around the world.
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