Knockouts Tag Team Champions Fire N Flava (Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz) vs Havok & Nevaeh – Non-Title Match
Havok and Nevaeh are back on the same page and look to get back in the Knockouts Tag Team Title hunt tonight. A win over the reigning Knockouts Tag Team Champions would certainly put them next in line for a shot at the gold. Havok takes control with a backbreaker clothesline combo. Kiera and Tasha take Havok off her feet with a double dropkick into the corner. Havok hits a thunderous sit-down powerbomb on Tasha. Havok attempts the same on Kiera but she counters into a DDT. Kiera connects with a swinging neckbreaker on Havok, followed by a splash from Tasha to score the victory.
Knockouts Tag Team Champions Fire N Flava (Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz) def Havok & Nevaeh – Non-Title Match
After the match, Nevaeh attacks Havok from behind as she yells “I thought I was the weak link”. It appears as though their partnership is over after Nevaeh plants Havok head-first into the mat.
Gia Miller interviews James Storm ahead of his 1000th match tonight on IMPACT! Storm dedicates this historic bout to his best friend, the late Bob Ryder. Storm says that without Ryder, he may have never wrestled his 1st match in IMPACT Wrestling. Storm is surprised by his former tag team partner in America’s Most Wanted, Chris Harris. They embrace with a hug as Storm’s new allies, Chris Sabin and Jake Something watch on.
A vengeful Jazz attacks Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo and Susan during an interview with Gia Miller.
Sami Callihan vs Larry D w/ Acey Romero
Callihan jumpstarts the match with a big boot but it doesn’t phase the big man. Larry drops Callihan back-first on the hardest part of the ring. Callihan begins to fight back but Larry shuts him down with a spinning clothesline, followed by a splash. Callihan finally gains momentum by taking Larry off the second rope with a Death Valley Driver. Callihan spikes Larry with a hanging Piledriver to pick up the win.
Sami Callihan def Larry D w/ Acey Romero
Post-match, Acey Romero blindsides Callihan and lays him out with a vicious sidewalk slam. Last week, Callihan came to the aid of Trey Miguel when he was in the same position but when the roles were reversed, Trey was nowhere to be found. In a bizarre turn of events, Callihan is seen applauding the fact that Trey didn’t save him.
We see footage of IMPACT World Tag Team Champions FinJuice competing in New Japan Pro Wrestling. AEW World Champion Kenny Omega, Don Callis and The Good Brothers are watching the monitor in their locker room. Don tells The Good Brothers they haven’t been themselves since losing the titles to David Finlay and Juice Robinson. Don shares a secret with The Good Brothers. Whatever it was, it has the entire group excited.
Sami Callihan confronts Trey Miguel in the back and continues to play his mind games. Callihan grabs a seat and tells Trey that he’s seeking a tag team match pitting the two of them against XXXL. Callihan’s goal is to mentor Trey and teach him to harness his anger.
Brian Myers vs Suicide
Suicide builds momentum with a running dropkick. Myers hits a sit-out slam for an early two count. Myers plants Suicide face-first into the mat, then follows up with the Roster Cut to score the quick victory.
Brian Myers def Suicide
After the match, Brian Myers gets on the mic to address Matt Cardona’s challenge for a match between them. Myers says he sees right through Cardona and turns down the challenge. Myers calls himself the franchise of IMPACT Wrestling and despite their long history, he says that Cardona isn’t included in that.
Tommy Dreamer grants Jazz a Knockouts Title opportunity against Deonna Purrazzo at Hardcore Justice. However, Dreamer says that Jazz must also put something up for grabs. Jazz offers to put her career on the line and a shocked Dreamer makes the match official.
AEW Owner Tony Khan and AEW Commentator Tony Schiavone return for another paid ad to promote this Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite: Arcade Anarchy at 8/7c on TNT. AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers battle The Lucha Brothers and Laredo Kid, plus more.
Don Callis and Kenny Omega visit Swinger’s Palace where Callis places a $20,000 bet on Omega to defeat IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann in their Title vs Title match at Rebellion.
X-Division Champion Ace Austin & Madman Fulton vs TJP & Josh Alexander
Last week, Josh Alexander came to the aid of TJP when he was on the receiving end of a 2-on-1 beatdown from Ace Austin and Madman Fulton. Now these two duos collide in tag team action as the X-Division title picture continues to heat up. TJP and Alexander argue with each other over who should be the legal man, despite them having natural tag team chemistry. Ace and Fulton begin to wear TJP down as they cut off the ring and prevent him from making the tag. TJP creates separation with a tornado DDT, allowing him to tag in Alexander. In an incredible display of power, Alexander hits a big vertical suplex on Fulton. Alexander charges into the corner but Fulton uses TJP as a shield, causing the partners to collide. TJP connects with the Mamba Splash on Ace but it leads to an another argument with Alexander over who should make the pin. Moments later, Ace capitalizes off the distraction by rolling up TJP to win.
X-Division Champion Ace Austin & Madman Fulton def TJP & Josh Alexander
Don Callis attempts to get in the head of Rich Swann’s best friend, Willie Mack. The IMPACT World Champion interrupts and challenges Callis to fight him like a man. Swann gets jumped by Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers, leading to a huge brawl. Eddie Edwards joins the fray, causing Omega, The Good Brothers and Callis to retreat.
After they were victorious over Fallah Bahh and Shera earlier tonight on BTI, Rohit Raju suggests that he and Hernandez call themselves the “Indian Latin Xchange”. Hernandez shuts him down and says that unless he receives more money, they’re no longer partners.
Eric Young previews his match against James Storm tonight. Young says that after 1000 matches, Storm is too far gone and cannot be saved by Violent By Design. Tonight, Young vows to show Storm that this world doesn’t belong to him, it belongs to Violent By Design.
Tommy Dreamer announces a Multi-Woman Knockouts Scramble match for Hardcore Justice where the winner will face Deonna Purrazzo for the Knockouts Championship at Rebellion – and all weapons are legal.
Eric Young w/ Violent By Design (Joe Doering, Deaner & Rhino) vs James Storm w/ Chris Sabin, Jake Something & Chris Harris – James Storm’s 1000th Match
James Storm makes history as he becomes the first person to wrestle 1000 matches in IMPACT Wrestling. Young throws Storm into the steel ring post. As Violent By Design begin to circle him, they’re opposed by Sabin, Something and Harris at ringside. Young remains in control when he counters a tornado DDT and hits an aggresive suplex into the corner turnbuckles. Storm begins to build momentum with a string of offense, culminating with his signature running neckbreaker. Storm connects with Eye of the Storm for two. Young drives an elbow into the heart of Storm for a near fall of his own. Tensions boil over at ringside and a brawl breaks out between the two sides. Harris stops Young from using his mask as a weapon. Storm capitalizes with the Last Call superkick to score the victory.
James Storm w/ Chris Sabin, Jake Something & Chris Harris def Eric Young w/ Violent By Design (Joe Doering, Deaner & Rhino) – James Storm’s 1000th Match
Storm celebrates a win in his 1000th match as IMPACT! goes off the air.