Impact Wrestling 9/20/19 Results | Impact Wrestling Sept 20 2019...
IMPACT Wrestling 9/20/19 Results | Impact Wrestling Sept 20, 2019 | Impact Wrestling September 20 2019... Published By Andre Corbeil of WrestingWithWrestling.com
We open up this week's Impact Wrestling action in the ring with Street Fight: Tommy Dreamer, Rhino, RVD, and Tessa Blanchard Def. oVe The Hardcore icons get the win after Rhino Gores Jake Crist through a table.
Blanchard puts Jake in a crossface using a kendo stick. Jake taps out. Backstage, The North, Rob Van Dam and Rhino Backstage Segment is the impact tag team champions who Tour all around the venue with party hats mocking the departure of LAX tonight Taya Valkyrie Def. Alisha Edwards
Ace Austin is wheeled down to ringside in a wheelchair. Bravo gets involved, but Austin takes him out while Alisha isn’t looking. Valkyrie pins Alisha after the Road to Valhalla. Backstage,
The North gets into it with RVD and Rhino.
Shera w/The Desi Hit Squad Def. Cody Deaner w/Cousin Jake I've been wishing for a Desi hit squad push for a while now, especially being friends with Raj Singh and tonight was exactly what I was looking for as Shera pins Cody after a powerslam and the Desi hit squad get the win.
Then we had an angry moose walking around Mexico City looking for trouble and trash talking the world's most dangerous man Ken Shamrock the whole time, until moose finds three innocent and ended up kicking the bloody crap out of them screaming I'm the world's most dangerous man
The Rascalz vs. Australian Suicide, Arez, and Toxin It was great seeing another friend of mine on Impact Wrestling in Australian suicide unfortunately he Aries and toxin are defeated by The Rascals after hitting their finish.in what was otherwise a great match
No DQ Match: Jessica Havok vs Su Yung Both women from The Darkside fought real hard in this one, but at the end of the day it was Havok who wins after a tombstone. With the two continuing to brawl into the backstage area after the match.
Joey Ryan shows up and strips at Melissa Santos Bachelorette Party.
– Meanwhile, Brian Cage is eating a plate of donuts at his Bachelor Party.. – Johnny Swinger will make his Impact Wrestling debut next week.
– Tenille Dashwood has her eyes set on becoming the brand new IMPACT Knockouts Champion.
With that being said we close out with the mack & rich swann vs lax in lax's farewell match & this was pure gold! mack gets the win for he and swann & the roster comes out & the company sends off lax the way a top employee or employees should be sent off & we close out the show
#ImpactWrestling #Lax #BrianCageCheats #MooseKenShamrock #TheNorth #RichSwann #TheMack #MichaelElgin #SuYung #JessicaHavok #TessaBlanchard #Rhyno #RVD #TommyDreamer #OVE #TenilleDashwood #TayaValkyrie #AliciaEdwards #AceAustin #BrianCage #MelissaSantos #TheRascalz #AustralianSuicide #SamiCallihan #DaveCrist #JakeCrist #MadManFoulton #TheDesiHitSquad #RajSingh #MahabaliShera #RohitRaju #ImpactOnAXS #TNA #AndreCorbeil
Impact Wrestling AAA NY Results | AAA "Invading NY" Results. By Andre Corbeil of WrestlingWithWrestling.Com Sun, September 15, 2019...
Impact Wrestling AAA NY Results | AAA "Invading NY" Results...
By Andre Corbeil of WrestlingWithWrestling.Com Sun, September 15, 2019...
AAA "Invading NY" Results Featuring Cain Velasquez's U.S. In-Ring Debut (9/15/2019) New York,
Lucha Libre AAA ran the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City this evening for their "Invading NY" show
This show featured the United States in-ring debut of former UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez.
The show opened with the ring announcers hyping the crowd.
Hugo and Matt Striker are calling the show in English.
With the addition of Hugo, this is probably the best AAA English language announce team ever
Melissa Santos is the English language ring announcer.
Now let's roll into the results! Mascarita Dorada & Chris Dickinson defeated
Dave the Clown & Demus
Dorada pinned Demus in an opener that connected pretty decently with the crowd.
They loved Dorada. He did some David and Goliath spots with Dave the Clown.
Dickinson was coming off of the Bloodsport show last night. What a vastly different show to wrestle on in 24 hours in the same region.
The match build to some highspot dives at the end. Dorada really got to shine. He did an amazing series of tilt-a-whirls before cradling Demus for the pinfall.
Team Impact (Josh Alexander, Michael Elgin & Sami Callihan) defeated Team AAA (Murder Clown, Drago & Faby Apache)
Elgin pinned Murder Clown after a Liger bomb.
The match started with a wild braw until settling into a more traditional trios match. Elgin really heeled on the crowd as they booed him a lot. Apache got to shine when she first made a save for Drago.
Callihan stalked Apache, and then he spat in her face. She fired up and did a senton off the apron on Callihan.
The rudos ganged up on Apache. She took a Magic Killer modified into a spike DDT. They got heat on her for several minutes.
Apache eventually countered into a Black Widow. Murder Clown cleaned house off a hot tag. The tecnicos rallied for a triple near fall.
The rudos soon cut them off. Elgin did a double fallaway slam when he lifted both Drago and Apache. Drago moments later got a near fall with a Frakensteiner.
Callihan executed a piledriver on Apache. Drago then hit Callihan with a Canadian Destroyer.
The parade of highspots continued until Murder Clown popped the crowd doing a tope' to the outside. As Elgin cut off Clown and powerbombed him for the pinfall.
Daga vs Puma King & Aerostar
Daga defeated Puma King and Aerostar in a three-way match
Daga pinned Puma King in a high flying spectacle. Dagao becomes number one contender for AAA Cruiserweight Championship by winning this match.
This a video game stunt show. There was a ton of flying here, and too many highspots to keep track off. Everybody got their stuff in. Aerostar flew around like a wild man.
Puma King fought from underneath, but Daga ultimately delivered a Jay Driller for the pinfall.
Taya Valkyrie vs Tessa Blanchard.
Taya defeated Tessa Blanchard to win the Reina de Reinas Championship
Taya pinned Blanchard after the Road to Valhalla.
They hugged afterwards, but Tessa went heel and attacked her for a post-match beatdown.
This built like an old school NWA title match, except it was filled with new age highspots. Blanchard is so damn great in the ring.
They started slow and built from there. The pace soon quickened. Taya fought from underneath.
She did a flying crossbody off the top to the floor early on. Blachard dropkicked her into the ring steps, and then Blanchard turned up the heat.
They had a slugfest after a double down as they match continued to build. Taya made a comeback, but Tessa caught her with a Canadian Destroyer for a near fall.
Taya kept getting near falls down the stretch. Blachard delivered a cutter, and Taya answered back with a knee strike.
Taya then lifted Tessa for the double chickenwing facebuster, and Taya covered her for the title change.
They embraced after the match when Taya extended her hand to help Blanchard off the mat.
Blanchard then heeled on her for a post-match attack wher she got her heat back
AAA World Tag Team Champions Lucha Brothers (Pentagon Jr. & Fenix) defeated LAX (Ortiz & Santana) to retain their titles
Pentagon pinned Santana to win the match for his team. This was spectacular at times.
The beginning of the match was typical Lucha Bros, as Pentagon milked "ciero miedo" and Fenix flew around doing crazy cool spots. & Those highspots got crazy, With a lot of double team offense with intricate sequences.
LAX would not be out shined. They did dual dives over the ropes with each doing a tope con giro. That turned the tide in their favor for a moment.
The false finishes began in the second half of the match. Ortiz with a reverse rana, and Santana followed with a big plash off the tope on Fenix.
Pentagon made a save. He would do the same a few minutes later.They all traded near falls. Lucha Bros got a double near fall doing a Sabu-RVD combo. LAX answered back with a two count off a frog splash.
Penta traded Canadian Destroyers with LAX. Santana flew to the outside, and then LAX with a Doomsday Blockbuster for another close near fall.
Lucha Bros did their Mexican Destroyer finishing sequence. For that finish, Fenix drapped himself in the Mexican flag before he leapt off the top with a double foot stomp that assisted Pentagon with as a stuff package piledriver on Santana.
Fenix -- still drapped in the flag -- flipped into a tope con giro to the outside to dispatch Ortiz. Pentagon then covered Santana for the pinfall.
Pentagon pinned Santana to win the match for his team. This was spectacular at times.
Cain Velasquez, Psycho Clown & Brian Cage defeated Los Mercenarios (Texano Jr., Taurus & Rey Escorpion)
Velasquez pinned Taurus after doing a Lethal Injection. Yes, a freaking Lethal Injection.
He looked good again. He did some MMA spots, but he also did a tilt-a-whirl and a flying headscissors. Cain also did a flying crossbody off the top rope to the floor.
He squared off with Taurus at the start, and they both would go on to be the two involved in the finish.
The trios match was given a last minute no DQ stipulation. I thought that would mean lots of weapons and/or blood, but it instead just meant the rudos got a cheat some.
They got heat on Cage until Psycho Clown ran wild off after a hot tag. Escorpion cut him off and ripped at his mask. Psycho answered back with a Code Red. The rudos spots kept backfiring on them.
Texano brougtht his bullrope into the ring, but he whipped Escorpion by mistake. Psycho then got the bullrope and whipped the rudos.
Velasquez got back in the ring and executed a flying headscissors. Psycho and Cage did flip dives to the outside. Cain followed with a flying crossbody off the top on to everybody on the floor.
Taurus cut off Cain, but Cage made a save to give Taurus a buckle bomb. Cage dealifted Taurus into a superplex. Texano rushed in to catch Cage with a sit-out powerbomb.
Psycho then caught Texano with a sunset powerbomb. Escorpion press slamed Psycho into a gutbuster.
Velasquez was cleaning house when Escorpion fouled him. Velasquez regrouped for a tilt-a-whirl that he followed with a handspring into a cutter (Lethal Injection) on Taurus for the win
There was a ceremony celebrating Mexican independence before we got Dr. Wagner vs Bliue Demon Jr.
Wagner pinned Demon after rolling through the counter a flying crossbody.
Wagner wrestled with his mask on he unmasked just before the finish. The closing moments were clunky as the finish did not go smooth.
Impact wrestlers attacked Wagner after the match, and the AAA roster ran down to make the save for brawl that closed the show.
Some of their previous bouts were bloodbaths, but this was a basic match with no blood. Striker on commentary tried putting the match over as a chance to see witness a classic rivalry.
They started slow as they worked the crowd, and they built to Demon doing a tope suicida through the ropes. That set up the heat spot as Demon began working over Wagner.
Wagner eventually made a comeback. He and Demon ripped and tore each other's mask.
Wagner dared Demon to hit him, and Wagner then unmasked and fired up into a lariat for a botched two count.
Demon then climbed the turnbuckles and jumped off into a flying crossbody. Wagner rolled through and covered Demon for the pinfall.
Impact wrestlers ran in after the match to attack Wagner. The AAA roster poured into the ring for the save. AAA stood tall over Impact after a short brawl.
The AAA crew cleared the ring, and Wagner cut a promo before the show went off the air. During the melee, Cain Velasquez caught Callihan in a cross armbreaker
#ImpactWrestling #NYC #NewYork #LUCHALIBREAAA #INVADINGNYRESULTS FROM #HULUTHEATER AT #MSG (9/15/2019)
Impact Wrestling On AXS | New Impact Wrestling AXS TV Deal | Impact Wrestling Moving To AXS Tv...
Published By Andre Corbeil of WrestlingWithWrestling.Com – September 12, 2019
Impact Wrestling announces move to AXS TV IMPACT Wrestling Announces Move to AXS TV
IMPACT Wrestling, a subsidiary of Anthem Sports & Entertainment and one of the world’s largest professional wrestling organizations, announced today it has entered into an agreement to broadcast its flagship weekly two-hour program IMPACT! nationally across the U.S. on AXS TV, a leading music, sports, entertainment and lifestyle channel in which Anthem Sports & Entertainment recently acquired a majority interest.
Immediately following IMPACT Wrestling’s biggest pay-per-view event of the year Bound For Glory, which takes place on Oct. 20 in Chicago, IMPACT! will begin airing weekly on AXS TV. The program will continue to simulcast globally on IMPACT Wrestling’s official Twitch channel.
“IMPACT Wrestling is a perfect fit for AXS TV’s slate of live sporting events and combat sports content,” said Ed Nordholm, Chief Corporate Officer of Anthem Sports & Entertainment and President of IMPACT Wrestling.
“The newest addition to our growing portfolio of media assets, AXS TV’s audience perfectly aligns with our passionate IMPACT Wrestling fan base, and this move increases the reach for our weekly program with distribution in over 50 million homes.
We could not ask for a better home and are excited by the opportunities to work with Mark Cuban and Anschutz Entertainment Group, our partners in AXS TV, to bolster IMPACT Wrestling’s presence in the market, as we continue to deliver action-packed and innovative weekly programming featuring some of the most athletic and gifted stars in the professional wrestling industry.”
Showcasing top professional wrestling stars such as IMPACT World Champion Brian Cage, plus Rob Van Dam, Rhino, Moose, Eddie Edwards, Sami Callihan, Rich Swann, Michael Elgin, the high-flying X-Division and the Knockouts, including Gail Kim, Tessa Blanchard, Taya Valkyrie, Tenille Dashwood, Rosemary, Madison Rayne and Su Yung,
IMPACT! has been a leading destination for professional wrestling fans, televised globally in 120 countries since its inception in 2002, while growing its popularity and reach on YouTube, Twitch, Pluto and social media platforms.
For more information, visit www.impactwrestling.com and www.axs.tv
#ImpactWrestling News! Impact Wrestling's Parent Company Anthem Purchases #AXSTV & #HDNet
#ImpactWrestlingNews Impact Wrestling's Parent Company Anthem Purchases AXS TV & HD Net... Impact Wrestling's parent company Anthem Media has agreed to purchase AXS TV,
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Impact Wrestling News! Impact Wrestling's Parent Company Anthem Purchases AXS TV & HD Net...
Andre Corbeil Published on Sep 11, 2019
#ImpactWrestling News! Impact Wrestling's Parent Company Anthem Purchases #AXSTV & #HDNet
Impact Wrestling News! Impact Wrestling's Parent Company Anthem Purchases AXS TV & HD Net... Impact Wrestling's parent company Anthem Media has agreed to purchase AXS TV, As this report comes to you today courtesy of WrestlingWithWrestling.com.
Impact Wrestling currently airs on The Pursuit Channel in the United States with a simulcast on Twitch, but! AXS TV will likely be the new home for the show as part of the deal.
A huge potential positive for Impact Wrestling, As the Axs channel can be found in millions of additional homes in the USA, Axs also Carries New Japan Pro Wrestling, WOW: Women of Wrestling, and the MMA group Legacy Fighting Alliance as part of their pro wrestling/combat sports offering.
There will be changes to the existing power structure, with notable names factoring in as part of this major Anthem deal Anthem, the parent company to Impact Wrestling and the Fight Network, will partner up with AXS TV founder [and NBA Dallas Mavericks Owner] Mark Cuban, In this new venture with AEG Cuban will remain on board as an active partner. But not in a major capacity.
Also, [comedian, TV show host, renowned actor / personality] Steve Harvey Joins the deal as a investor and strategic partner that will provide Anthem’s it’s largest reach ever, via His company, "Steve Harvey Global". Harvey will have a seat on Anthem’s board of directors, But not impact Wrestling operations,
#ImpactWrestling #AXSTV #HDNet #Anthemhdnet #Anthemaxstv #impactwrestlingaxs #axsimpactwrestling
World Title match official for Bound For Glory. Brian Cage will defend the IMPACT World Title against Sami Callihan...
Brian Cage vs. Sami Callihan At Bound For Glory 2019 | BFG 2019 Main Event | Bound For Glory 2019...
Published By Andre Corbeil of WrestlingWithWrestling.Com
World Title match official for Bound For Glory. Brian Cage will defend the IMPACT World Title against Sami Callihan at Bound For Glory on Oct. 20.
The match was made official on Friday's episode of IMPACT Wrestling. Callihan earned his title shot at IMPACT Unbreakable by defeating Tessa Blanchard. The unlikely duo won the IMPACT Mash Up Tournament on July 19.
After their victory, it was announced that they would compete in a singles match with the winner being named the number one contender for the IMPACT World Title.
Brian Cage has been absent from IMPACT since Slammiversary in July, where he successfully defended the IMPACT World Title against Michael Elgin. Cage has been dealing with a back injury.
In his absence, Callihan had requested Cage hand the title over to him. Cage returned on Friday, announcing he had been cleared by doctors to compete.
Cage vs. Callihan is the first match officially announced for Bound For Glory. #BoundForGlory #BrianCageVsSamiCallihan #BFG
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Ken Shamrock Returns to IMPACT Wrestling on Sept. 5-6 in Las Vegas, Press Conference Set for Sept. 6 at Las Vegas Fight Shop...
Ken Shamrock Returns to IMPACT Wrestling on Sept. 5-6 in
Las Vegas, Press Conference Set for Sept. 6 at Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS – IMPACT Wrestling welcomes back the promotion’s first-ever World Champion, #KenShamrock, on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 5-6, at Sam’s Town Live in Las Vegas.
Known as “The World’s Most Dangerous Man,” Shamrock’s return comes on the heels of a very personal social media war with IMPACT Wrestling superstar Moose, who is former #NFL #offensivelineman. The two have gone back and forth on #Twitter with Moose accusing Shamrock of trying to stay relevant, while Shamrock has extended an invitation to his #ValorBareKnuckle pay-per-view event on Sept. 21 in #NorthDakota.
Shamrock and Moose will speak with the media at 12:00 p.m. (Noon) PT Friday, Sept. 6, to address their bitter feelings at future battles. The #pressconference (open to the public) will be held at the #LasVegasFightShop (7400 S. #LasVegasBlvd.) in the Las Vegas South Premium Outlets. Several former NFL players also will be attending through IMPACT Wrestling’s partnership with the NFL Alumni Association.
Shamrock, who captured the World Championship at the inaugural IMPACT show in 2002, had a legendary mixed martial arts career including induction into the UFC Hall of Fame in 2003.
IMPACT Wrestling returns to #SamsTown Live in Las Vegas with television tapings for the flagship weekly show IMPACT!, featuring all the top IMPACT Wrestling stars and Knockouts, including #WorldChampion #BrianCage, #KnockoutsChampion #TayaValkyrie, plus #RobVanDam, #Rhino, #SamiCallihan, #TessaBlanchard, #MichaelElgin, #RichSwann and #EddieEdwards, among others.
“IMPACT Wrestling is excited to welcome back one of our original competitors,” said Scott D’Amore, Executive Vice President of IMPACT Wrestling. “Ken Shamrock is a huge part of our history. We all look forward to seeing what happens when this combat sports legend steps back into an IMPACT Wrestling ring.”
The war of words between Shamrock and Moose is expected to hit a boiling point when the two cross-sport athletes finally meet face-to-face in #LasVegas.
“It’s an honor and privilege for #theFightShop to host the IMPACT Wrestling press conference,” said Dan Rafferty, Fight Shop manager. “We can’t wait to have Ken #ShamrockandMoose in the store. We just hope both monsters stay in line and keep the violence in the ring.”
Tickets for IMPACT Wrestling’s television tapings on Sept. 5-6 in Las Vegas start at just $20 and are available at www.IMPACTWrestling.com,www.EventBrite.com, www.Ticketmaster.com andwww.SamsTownLV.com. Two-day event packages and Titanium tickets are available. Doors open at 5 p.m. PT, with the action starting both nights at 6 p.m.
#IMPACTWrestling returns to pay-per-view on Oct. 20 for #BoundForGlory at the Odeum Expo Center just outside #Chicago, IL. Tickets are already on sale at www.IMPACTWrestling.com.
For more information, visit www.IMPACTWrestling.com.