Sunday, October 25, 2020

Impact Wrestling Results & 10 Takeaways (3/31/20)

Impact Wrestling presented 2 shows last night on AXS TV.

Impact Wrestling presented two shows on AXS TV last night. After the company’s regular weekly 2-hour show a special 1-hour TNA One-Night-Only special aired.

Impact Wrestling 3/31/20 Quick Results:

  1. Josh Alexander defeated Eddie Edwards
  2. Kylie Rae defeated Cassandra Golden
  3. Moose defeated Kid Kash
  4. Old School Rules
    Sami Callihan defeated Tommy Dreamer
  5. Cody Deaner defeated Joey Ryan
  6. Tessa Blanchard defeated Ethan Page
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TNA Cross The Line 3/31/20 Quick Results:

  1. Hernandez defeated Chase Stevens
  2. Suicide & Manik defeated Kid Kash & Johnny Swinger
  3. Rhino defeated Madman Fulton via DQ

Building To Tessa Blanchard vs Michael Elgin vs Eddie Edwards

In the main event this week, Tessa Blanchard defeated Ethan Page. Eddie Edwards came out to ringside and prevented Josh Alexander from getting involved in the match. This allowed Blanchard to hit Magnum on Page for the win. Earlier in the evening, Page had helped Alexander score the upset victory over Edwards but then Blanchard came out to prevent the 2-on-1 attack from the North. Edwards then repaid the favor to her in this match here.

After the match, however, Michael Elgin hit the ring and took out both Blanchard and Edwards with a clothesline. Elgin attempted to powerbomb Blanchard but Edwards hit him with a kick and the two babyfaces stood tall in the ring while Elgin stared at them from the outside to end the show.

It’s not clear when we will get this match but when we do, Michael Elgin will likely stop at nothing to come away with the belt.

Raven Attacks Tommy Dreamer As Rivalry Will Never Die

Rhino was just about to finish off Madman Fulton with a Gore in the main event of TNA Cross the Line this week. OVE came out and caused the disqualification, however. This brought out Tommy Dreamer who attempted to make the save but OVE still held the numbers advantage until the lights in the arena went out. When the lights came back on Raven was in the ring with a kendo stick and he promptly took out OVE leaving him alone in the ring with his rival Tommy Dreamer.

While it looked as though Raven was going to help his old rival, he then hit him in the head with a kendo stick and left the arena. This allowed OVE to go back on the attack against the babyfaces. The locker room then spilled out with TNA stars as they cleared OVE from the ring.

The TNA No Place Like Home event has been postponed. There is currently no word on when or where the event will take place but Impact is said to be looking into alternative ways to produce both it and the Rebellion PPV as well as other postponed shows. A disclaimer on the show this week directed fans to for more details.

Big Proper Pump? Scott Steiner Has No Time For Cancel Culture

On the TNA special following Impact this week, Scott Steiner cut a promo about how he is not very politically incorrect. This brought out Joseph Ryan who said that Steiner should have been canceled along time ago and offered him a spot in Cancel Culture. Ryan suggested he go by the name “Big Proper Pump.”

Steiner promptly tossed Ryan out of the ring and rejected his offer, however.

Sami Callihan and Tommy Dreamer Get Hardcore

Sami Callihan cut a promo this week on Impact saying that Ken Shamrock doesn’t get to cut the line here in this company. This brought out Tommy Dreamer who took umbrage with Callihan hitting Shamrock with a fireball recently. They then went at it in an old-school rules match which in Impact is a hardcore match or a street fight.

Callihan would pick up the victory but things continued after the match was over. Rhino came out to save Dreamer but that brought out the members of OVE who then had the numbers advantage over the extreme legends. It appears that Callihan might not be as aligned with his former cronies as much these days as instead of celebrating in the ring with the faction, the lights went out and when they went back on Callihan was gone and the rest of OVE was left alone standing in the ring.

Cody Deaner Avoids Cancellation via Cancel Culture

Rob Van Dam and Katie Forbes didn’t join their Cancel Culture stablemate “Joseph Ryan” at ringside this week. Josh Mathews explained that the pair did not want to be around the Deaners’ “toxic masculinity.”

Deaner was able to pick up the victory after Cousin Jake got involved on the outside. Jake poured beer into the mouth of Ryan which set up a DDT from Deaner for the win. On commentary, they mentioned that Ryan may not be doing himself any favors by choosing not to use his “powers.”

Suzie’s Back, Realizes She’s Su Yung and Has Stabbed People…Which Is Wrong

Suzie is back. Su Yung’s less murderous persona appeared in a backstage segment this week after Su Yung and Havok went on an epic journey through the undead realm last week. Havok ultimately stabbed, killed, and sent James Mitchell to heaven in the segment. This week, Suzie was seen making the Deaners uncomfortable in the back. She mentioned that she now realizes that she is Su Yung as well but likes being just Suzie.

Kylie Rae Signs With Impact Wrestling

Popular Chicago-based wrestler Kylie Rae has signed a long-term contract with Impact Wrestling. She announced her signing in a backstage segment this week after having disposed of Cassandra Golden in single’s competition.

“I’m going to tell you how it feels, it feels amazing,” Kylie Rae said backstage. “You know what? It’s been one emotional year. We’ve had highs, we’ve had lows, we’ve had ups, we’ve had downs. But I knew from the moment that I stepped in this Impact wrestling ring, the arena, this is my home. I felt that, I felt that. That’s why I’m very proud to announce Kylie Rae just signed a long-term wrestling contract with Impact Wrestling baby!”

Reno Scum Attack Rich Swann On Behalf Of Ace Austin

Rich Swann is still on the injured list but was interviewed from his home this week. Swann said that he feels Mack will defeat Austin for the X-division title but the current champ interrupted the interview. Austin tried to sow the seeds of dissension between Mack and Swann, telling Swann that Mack seemed quite happy to move on without him. There was then a knock at Swann’s door and Austin informed him that he sent Reno Scum after him. Mack then tried to get at Austin later in a backstage segment.

Moose Takes Out TNA Alumni Kid Kash

Moose has been vocally critical of the former TNA Wrestling. This week, he faced former X-Division champion Kid Kash. Before the match, Kash cut a promo telling Moose he wouldn’t have cut it in the original TNA. Moose’s trash-talking of TNA probably won’t decrease after this match, however, as he was able to put away Kash with the No-Jackhammer-Needed spear.

Next Week On Impact Wrestling

The following matches were announced for next week’s episode of Impact Wrestling:

  • Chris Bey vs Daga
  • Dave & Jake Crist vs Rhino & Tommy Dreamer
  • Ken Shamrock to address Sami Callihan

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