8/30 Moore’s Impact Wrestling TV Review: Eddie Edwards and Moose vs. Austin Aries and Killer Kross, Brian Cage vs. Fenix for the X Division Championship, Su Yung vs. Allie vs. Tessa Blanchard for the Knockouts Championship, LAX and the OGz mourn over Richie being run over

By John Moore, ProWrestling.net Staffer (@liljohnm)

Impact Wrestling on PopTV
Taped August 12-13, 2018 in Toronto, Ontario at The Rebel Complex 

Impact started off with a PPV-like music video cold opening. This cold opening included clips from recent Impact episodes including Richie getting run over by a car. Tessa Blanchard, Brian Cage, and Moose cut promos. Moose kept talking about getting a concussion from Austin Aries while also calling himself “Mr. Impact Wrestling”…

A “ReDefined” version of the Impact intro theme aired…

Josh Mathews and Don Callis were on commentary. Fenix came out first accompanied by Pentagon Jr. Josh Mathews and Don Callis were on commentary. Josh and Don talked about how great Fenix is at tightroping the ring ropes. Brian Cage made his entrance next wearing a “Swoleverine” shirt…

John’s Thoughts: Not a huge fan of Penta coming out with his brother. I kinda like they dynamic they have in Lucha Underground where they are enemies and don’t acknowledge their relationship. Backtracking to the cold open, that was a slick piece of work and I like how Impact is having these themed shows serve the same purpose as the traditional pay-per-view.

1. Brian Cage vs. Fenix (w/Pentagon Jr.) for the Impact X Division Championship. Cage ran through Fenix during the initial exchange. Fenix showed off cool matrix dodges during the next exchange. Cage set up and hit Fenix with a 619. Fenix did five springboards into an armdrag. Cage turned Fenix inside out with a lariat. Cage deadlifted Fenix for his signature outside-in delayed vertical. Cage did bicep curls with Fenix. Fenix caught Cage with a cross kick and then a slicing Sobat. Cage countered into a side slam for a nearfall.

Fenix blocked Cage’s tornado claw with savate kicks. Cage tossed Fenix with one arm onto the ring-level ramp. Don Callis compared Cage to RVD in terms of a bigger man with agility. Fenix surprised Cage with a surprise Slicing Sobat. Fenix hit Cage with a Rolling Thunder Cutter. Fenix didn’t relent and followed up with a running double stomp to Cage. Fenix hit a springboard Swanton Bomb on Cage for a nearfall. Fenix and Cage had a counter exchange. Cage won the exchange with a superkick and hit Fenix with an Argentine Death Valley Driver. Fenix kicked out at two.

A small “fight forever” chant ensued. Fenix countered Weapon X with a victory roll. Fenix hit Cage with a CQC combo. Fenix staggered Cage with a high kick and then rolled Cage into a double stomp. Cage caught a Flying Fenix and then hit Fenix with the F5. Fenix’s foot landed on the top rope, so Cage couldn’t pin him. Fenix blocked a Superplex to the outside with a rising palm. Fenix caught Cage in the back of the head with a double stomp. Fenix said “Animo”. Fenix executed a suicide dive but in a smooth transition, Cage core suplexed Fenix from the dive to the floor. [c]

Cage hit Fenix with Eric Young’s wheelbarrow cutter for a nearfall. Fenix staggered Cage with a rising palm. Cage dodged the Sobat. Fenix didn’t relent and hit Cage with the Sobat on the top rope. Cage no sold the move and hit Fenix with a tornado DDT. Josh Mathews said Cage may be “God disguised as a wrestler” (I thought that was Jeff Cobb’s gimmick?). Cage carried around Fenix. Cage blocked a Spanish Fly and Kinniku Buster. Fenix hit a high kick on Cage. Cage blocked another Spanish Fly attempt. Cage hit Fenix with an ugly but effective release Super Power Bomb for the victory.

Brian Cage defeated Rey Fenix via pinfall in 12:15 of TV time to retain the Impact X Division Championship.

They showed a slow-motion replay of the finish of the match (which kinda made the move look worse since Fenix slipped out of Cage’s hands and Cage’s face sold that he F’d up the move). Pentagon entered the ring to check on Fenix while Cage celebrated up the ramp. Sami Callihan and the Crist Brothers stormed right past Cage to beat down the Lucha Brothers with the numbers advantage. Cage was conflicted and decided to initially walk to the back. Cage had second thoughts and beat up the OVE trio while Callihan was distracted doing his thumbs up thing. Jake hit Cage cleanly with his Savate Kicks, but Cage no sold them and hit Jake with the Drill Claw. Cage yelled “Who’s the F’n Machine”. Cage was about to hit Callihan with the Drill Claw but Dave pulled Sami away which caused OVE to go into retreat. Cage and the Lucha Brothers stood tall in the ring while Sami Callihan and the Crist Brothers rolled around in agony…

John’s Thoughts: To go on a little tangent, if this match happened in the Impact Zone the crowd would have probably crapped on it with utter apathy. God bless Toronto? Anyway, A great main event worthy match between two of Lucha Underground’s best. It helps that these two have worked together for so long (but I don’t think they’ve had a televised singles match until this show). If Fenix isn’t leaving to WWE, I wouldn’t mind building up Fenix as the first person to pin Cage in a similar tale to Fenix’s LU feud against Fantasma a few years ago. Great match. The post-match stuff was good to which naturally sets up a trios feud between OVE and the Lucha Underground babyface trio.

Josh Mathews and Don Callis checked in from the commentary table. Josh was trying to recap the last segment but he acknowledged that the crowd behind him were chanting “We want Jericho”. Don Callis said, “I better call him right now” and then said he’ll call Mr. Barry. Josh Mathews then ran through the rest of the card of this show…

An Austin Aries, Moose, and Eddie Edwards video package aired… [c]

Josh Mathews recapped the Cage vs. Fenix match from right before the break and the post-match events…

The show cut to “Bobo” driving into a parking lot. The parking attendant told Bobo he wasn’t on the list. Bobo tried to show his ID but the attendant wouldn’t accept it. Scarlett Bordeaux decided to take matters into her own hands. She was wearing plaid. Scarlett found out the attendant was named “Ron” and he told Ron to “open sesame”. Ron then emphatically yelled to open the gates to let Bobo and Scarlett drive in…

The weekly Chris Jericho Cruise ad aired…

Josh Mathews cut to this week’s Global Wrestling Network Flashback Moment of the Week which was the debut of Drew Galloway in 2015. The segment also featured Grado vs. Al Snow in a match from their British Bootcamp 2 feud. This was the segment where Drew Galloway (a.k.a. Drew McIntyre) busted up Low Ki’s ear accidently with a steel pipe. I fast forwarded through about five minutes…

Josh Mathews advertised an Impact Wrestling and Destiny Pro Wrestling event that was premiering on their GWN app tomorrow…

An ad aired for the September 13-14 Impact Wrestling tapings at the Fronton Mexico Entertainment Center in Mexico City, Mexico…

Josh Mathews recapped Richie getting run over by a car. Josh said he had great news and that Richie will make a full recovery and that Impact doesn’t know if there is an impending legal action going to be placed against Eddie Kingston and the OGz…

John’s Thoughts: Richie Lives!!! Now we can get that Braun Strowman, Richie, and Nicholas trio to counter the Shield. My word. I get a kick out of an “Only in TNA” moment every once in a while for levity, but this company REALLY shouldn’t regress into their old crappy ways because the letters TNA became synonymous with ass and crappy ass pro wrestling. Still to this day, when I try to recommend this show to people in public the “TNA stank” still drives away longtime wrestling fans despite the show being good now.

Homicide and Hernandez were depressed in the OGz clubhouse. Hernandez kept saying “a kid” while holding a vodka bottle. Homicide struggled to open a champagne bottle due to being depressed. Kingston started yelling and ranting. King told Hernandez to not act like Konnan would. Kingston said if you’re in a war zone, you’re gonna get hit. Kingston said if his mother were hit in the middle of the street, then neither she nor Richie should have been there. Kingston said it was a casualty of War. Kingston said it was time to band together stronger than ever. Kingston continued to rant until his smartphone started ringing. Kingston picked up the phone and calmed down. Kingston said not to make any moves until Kingston gives them the green light… [c]

John’s Thoughts: Well… Kingston does have a point. Maybe they can turn Richie getting run over by a car into a Look Both Ways PSA? That still doesn’t excuse the hilariously lame cinematic last week but allow me to have some fun with this.

The Allie, Tessa Blanchard, and Su Yung video package from last week aired. They added clips where Tessa asked for the match to be for the Knockouts Championship…

Alicia [Atout] interviewed Tessa Blanchard about her upcoming match. Tessa talked about feeling pressure since she was born due to her family legacy. Tessa said her grandfather (Joe Blanchard) ran one of the most successful territories of his time. Her stepfather (Magnum TA) is one of the most well-respected men in the industry. Her father (Tully) was one of the architects of the greatest faction of all time. Tessa said being a good wrestler or athlete may be enough for some people but that’s not enough for a Blanchard. Tessa said being a Blanchard means she’s bringing home the gold. Tessa said her Stepfather, grandfather, and father are watching tonight and will see her take the title for herself…

John’s Thoughts: More noble than usual from Tessa.

Eli Drake made his entrance to the Rebel Complex ring. Four loud and mic’d up fans did a “Dummy, Yeah” chant. Drake called them idiots and told them to sit down. Drake talked about how Trevor Lee and Caleb Konley followed him like puppies looking for treats. Eli Drake ran through a few of his catchphrases. Drake mocked Lee and Konley for losing a match while trying to impress Drake. Eli Drake called out the guys that beat up The Cult of Lee last week, Brian Tidwell and Mr. Atlantis. Don Callis wondered why Mr. Atlantis had a personalized weight lifting belt. Drake went into his condescending Dwayne Johnson tear down routine on the enhancement wrestlers. The camera focused on those four loud mic’d up fans yelling “They are dummies, yeah”.

John’s Thoughts: Why is Impact suddenly focusing on just these four random fans in the front row? By the way, is it just me or does Mr. Atlantis look like he may be the long lost younger brother of Tim Storm?

Drake said Tidwell and Atlantis have one more challenge and that was to challenge Eli Drake. Drake asked one of them to step up. Mr. Atlantis stepped up first and said he would be honored to face a former world champion. Drake choose to wrestle Brandon Tidwell instead…

2. Eli Drake vs. Brandon Tidwell (w/Mr. Atlantis). Drake easily pummeled Brandon Tidwell. Josh Mathews could barely get his Big Brother After Dark plug in before Drake hit the gravy train for the win.

Eli Drake defeated Brandon Tidwell via pinfall in 0:25.

Drake gave Tidwell a sarcastic congratulations after the match. Drake then lifted up Atlantis and hit him with the Gravy Train. Su Yung and the Undead Bridesmaids were shown shambling in the hallways… [c]

John’s Thoughts: Drake was fine and all. There was a little bit of Dwayne Johnson in there but that’s just what Drake falls back to on occasion. I don’t see the purpose in all this. Tessa gets the huge push after signing a long-term deal and Drake gets put in meaningless comedy and filler segments. This segment didn’t have to happen in their pseudo-PPV show.

Alicia interviewed Moose and Eddie Edwards about their match against Aries and Kross. Moose yelled about sending Moose to the hospital with a concussion. Moose said what was worse than the concussion was messing with family, Moose’s best friend. Moose said he had Eddie’s back just like at Redemption and Japan. Eddie Edwards said Aries showed his backup. Edwards told Moose that Moose means more to him than the Tommy Dreamer Kendo Stick. Edwards said his vision of cracking Aries in the skull will come true tonight. Edwards walked away with his kendo stick on against his nose…

3. Su Yung (w/The Undead Bridesmaids) vs. Allie (w/Kiera Hogan) vs. Tessa Blanchard for the Impact Knockouts Championship. Josh Mathews advertised Tessa’s new shopImpact.com t-shirt. Don Callis said he already bought 12 shirts. Don and Josh really put over the devastating Mandible Claw of Su Yung. Su and Tessa traded palm strikes. Allie hit Tessa with a backstabber and hit Su with a dropkick. Allie made Su DDT Tessa with a bulldog and got a nearfall on Su. Josh Mathews hyped up Bound for Glory in New York. Allie punched Su Yung off the apron onto the Bridesmaids like a mosh pit. Allie took down both opponents with hard strikes.

Tessa caught Allie with a quick spike cutter. Tessa struggled but got Allie in a modified Indian Deathlock. Su Yung got Tessa in a modified Rings of Saturn at the same time. Allie got the rope break to separate all three women. Allie hit Su Yung with some impressive chops. Allie then crawled on the ropes like a spider and hit Allie with a huracanrana into the turnbuckle. Su Yung took off her shirt revealing her bra which made Don Callis excited as usual.

Tessa yelled “Screw You!” at Su Yung and then Press Slammed Yung onto the undead brides. Allie slingshot Tessa into the ring. Allie then hit some really stiff and aggressive strikes on Tessa. Allie hit Tessa with a corner suplex into the turnbuckle. Josh Mathews talked about how knockouts like Velvet Sky and Brooke Tessmacher paved the way for women like Tessa, Allie, and Su Yung (what a random pair of knockouts to pick). Allie hit Tessa with the “Best Superkick Ever”. Su Yung got Tessa with the bloody glove. Allie kicked Tessa away only to eat bloody glove from Su Yung. Allie escaped Su Yung with a Codebreaker. Tessa picked up the win by rolling up Allie with a hand full of tights.

Tessa Blanchard defeated Allie and Su Yung via pinfall in 6:21 to become the new Impact Knockouts Champion.

Tessa yelled at Allie that Allie was exposed for everything Tessa said about Allie. Tessa then held up her title in celebration as Don Callis ran through the family lineage. Allie and Kiera Hogan complained up the ramp with the referee about the holding of the tights…

John’s Thoughts: Albeit cut short, that may have been the best women’s match Impact has put on television in a long time, at least best in the time allotted. I liked Allie’s usage of stiff punches and chops. Tessa and Su Yung were as solid as usual. Good work here. That said, while I like Tessa as a dominant champion, seeing is believing on if they will really give her a memorable run with the belt. I say that because Su Yung’s run as champ reminds me of the way they pushed Taya Valkyrie. They gave her a good push out of the gate, and then all of a sudden have them lose cleanly several times to underdog Allie. At least Su Yung didn’t take the pin here.

Tessa was interviewed at the Gorilla Position where Tessa repeated her earlier point about exposing Allie. Tessa also gloated about beating Su Yung. Tessa said Tessa is now the measuring stick. Tessa said if anyone wants to find out how tough a diamond really is “be my guest”… [c]

Gama Singh beat up Rohit Raju and Gursinder Singh with a broom while they were having a photoshoot. This happened for some reason…

Alicia interviewed Austin Aries and Killer Kross. Kross said he can tell that Alicia’s interviewing is agitating Aries. Kross said Alicia is making irrational assumptions (did she?). Kross called Aries a friendo and said something may happen to Edwards and Moose before they even make it to the ring. Aries said nobody is safe and Edwards found it out first hand. Aries said Moose returned and stuck his nose in Aries’ business. Aries said he put Moose in the hospital by himself and it will be worse now that Kross is around. Aries said he and Kross are changing Impact Wrestling and there is nothing anybody, Edwards, or Moose can do about it. Kross said “try to keep up”…

John’s Thoughts: It just dawned on me, with Moose and Eddie Edwards, Impact has some really weak babyfaces in their main event. Their strongest babyfaces may be Pentagon, Fenix, and Johnny Impact via their association with other companies and they are stuck in auxiliary feuds.

An ad aired for a “Impact Wrestling vs. The UK” twitch special…

It was time for the weekly LAX clubhouse cinematic. Their clubhouse oddly looks really similar to the OGz’s clubhouse. Santana and Ortiz were also depressed, just like Homicide and Hernandez, about Richie getting run over by a car. The only difference with this scene is Santana and Ortiz were sulking over bottles of Crown Royal and Hennessey. Ortiz said this isn’t right about what they did to “little Richie”. Santana said it was supposed to end but they got to Richie. Santana said an innocent kid with a future is now laying in a hospital bed. Konnan said the worst part was that Richie only wanted to celebrate LAX’s victory.

Konnan said Kingston doesn’t care about the G-Code (Gangsta Code). Konnan said before they all got into the game there was one G Code everyone follows: “No kids, no family”. Konnan tried to set up Santana and Ortiz to take care of Richie’s hospital bills and talk to Richie’s family. Konnan was interrupted by a cell phone call. Presumably, it was the same person who called Kingston because Konnan even repeated the greenlight line from Konnan’s talk with the OGz. Konnan left just like King did to meet with the person on the phone. Santana argued that he wants to jump the gun but Ortiz said they were not greenlit… [c]

John’s Thoughts: While the child attempted murder was hokey, at least the rest of the LAX stuff is still solid. Hopefully they move away from Richie as fast as possible and get back to the gang warfare stuff. I really liked the work they did tonight because one of my favorite rhetorical devices is parallelism. If they don’t reveal who was on the other side of both phones tonight, this is a good cliffhanger for next week’s show.

The trio of Grado, Katarina, and Joe Hendry were in the Rebel Complex hallways and they randomly walked into Scarlett Bordeaux’s Smoke Show. Scarlett was wearing a skimpy dress this time which revealed a lot of (double-stick tape) inside boob. Grado introduced Scarlett to his girlfriend and best friend. Scarlett welcomed Katarina by kissing her on the cheeks. Scarlett said this looks like a sexy Ménage à trois. This caused Grado to yell “I KNEW IT!!!” and he started to cause a stir.

Hendry calmed Grado down by telling him that he has some music prepared to explain everything right before their match against Desi Hit Squad next week. Katarina said she and Grado are in love while Joe is their best friend. Scarlett said Joe Hendry is handsome. Scarlett then whispered something in Grado’s ear about women which caused Grado to prematurely pop his “water bottle”. Scarlett told Grado that he made her all wet, with water. Scarlett said Grado’s heart was beating fast while she was rubbing up on him. Katarina slapped Grado in the tummy. Grado said he was about to have a stroke (I think) and he walked away with Joe. Katrina told Scarlett to keep her grubby mits to herself and not get in between Katarina and “[her] boys”. After Katarina left, Scarlett said “I think I already did”…

John’s Thoughts: A pretty good Scarlett segment that has piqued my interest (and also proved that last week’s ode to Big Dick Johnson was totally unnecessary). Scarlett is at her best when she’s antagonizing other women and she did that with Katarina. What’s interesting is that Scarlett added some sympathy to Katarina who’s been presented as the disingenuous part of Grado’s trio. Adding a sympathetic layer (or false sympathetic) to Katarina freshens up the Grado storyline. Though, I’m already ready for this to either end or move to the next step because they’ve been in a holding pattern for what feels like months.

The “Oh Canada” instrumental anthem played, which means it was time for a Petey Williams match. Don Callis talked about how he always feels the need to see a doctor after Scarlett segments and wondered if Josh feels that too. Josh comically responded with a deadpan “yes”. Rich Swann made his entrance, now with a full head of hair…

4. Rich Swann vs. Petey Williams. Rich Swan started off with his signature fake test of strength but Petey didn’t bite on it. Rich Swann teased doing an actual test of strength but turned it into a ballroom twirl. Swann and Williams had a chain wrestling exchange. Swann quickly got out of the ring to escape a Destroyer attempt. Petey caught Swann with a codebreaker upon entry to the ring. Swann caught Petey with a front kick from the apron but hurt his tailbone by eating dirt on a cannonball to the outside. [c]

Petey put Swann in the Tree of Woe so he can do his usual singing of the Canadian National Anthem. Swann hit Williams with a huracanrana and high knee. Swann caught Williams with a back run back kick and got a near fall on Williams. Petey caught Swann with a side Russian Legsweep to set up the Canadian Destroyer. Swann reversed with a spin kick. Swann and Williams traded quick rollups. Petey rolled his way into a Sharpshooter. Swann caught Petey with a back kick. Petey caught Swann with a power bomb. Swann reversed the Destroyer with a Michinoku Driver. Swann ate more dirt with a missed Phoenix Splash. Swann escaped another Destroyer. Swann defeated Petey after a standing shooting star.

Rich Swann defeated Petey Williams via pinfall in 6:00 of TV Time.

Josh Mathews and Don Callis pointed out that the telegraphing of the Canadian Destroyer might have cost Petey the match…

John’s Thoughts: A good match during the limited time they got to perform. I actually like the technical win because we don’t see too many matches end without a finisher and Petey did kick out, just right after three. If they want to, they can go back to this match for a “best of…” series. Just based off of underdog ability, if Jericho comes into Impact I wouldn’t mind seeing Rich Swann being a candidate to face a heel Jericho. The only downside with that is the WWE connection.

Josh Mathews and Don Callis discussed Konnan and Kingston getting strange phone calls. Don Callis wondered if there is a higher authority in LAX even though it seemed like Konnan was the boss…

Rich Swann was cutting a backstage promo about beating an X Division pioneer. He was interrupted by Matt Sydal who tried to sell Rich Swann on helping him open his third eye. Swann said he didn’t need Sydal’s help and there was no disrespect. There was a yell in the distance. It was Alisha Edwards finding Moose in a familiar position, laid out on the floor, as he always is. Moose had the Killer Kross calling card next to him… [c]

John’s Thoughts: Moose has been in this company for three years and has spent most of his time eating dirt on the grown in the “dead” pose. He’s the Pro Wrestling version of Yamcha from DBZ who became an internet meme by being the symbol of a dumb fighter always lying dead in a crater. 90s babies would know that famous pose that I’m talking about.

Don Callis wondered if Eddie will find another partner or wrestle this match by himself. Josh Mathews said Austin Aries reminds him of Johnny Lawrence of the Cobra Kai dojo and he used that as a plug for PopTV showing the Karate Kid movie. Josh said that Eddie has to be like Daniel from the Karate Kid…

5. Austin Aries and Killer Kross vs. Eddie Edwards. The referee made Edwards get rid of the kendo stick. Kross took down Edwards after a flurry of offense with a spinebuster. Aries tagged in and kicked Edwards around. Edwards hit Aries with a jawbreaker for a little breathing room. Edwards looked to tag in Moose but Moose wasn’t there. Edwards managed to backtoss Aries and Yakuza kick Kross. Aries went for a DDT but was shoved off the apron to the barricade. Kross prevented a suicide dive with his knee. This allowed Aries to get the neckbreaker he wanted earlier.

Aries tagged in Kross for the double team pummeling in the corner. Kross and Aries traded quick tags to win the numbers game over Edwards. Kross launched Aries like a missile with an Irish Whip into Edwards. Edwards hit Aries with a backpack stunner and looked for his nonexistent tag. Edwards instead prevented Aries from getting his tag. Aries caught Edwards with a Blue Thunder Bomb. Edwards got rid of Kross and hit Aries with a brainbuster. This allowed Edwards to hit Aries with a suicide dive. Kross surprised Edwards with the Doomsday Saito onto the ringside mat.

Aries struck a sadistic smile in the ring. Edwards escaped another Spinebuster attempt and knocked Kross off the apron. Edwards hit a nice release Tiger Bomb on Aries. Moose came in for the rescue wearing a bandage on his head. Aries tried to tag in Kross but Kross dropped off the apron. Betrayal? Edwards tagged in Moose for the hot tag. Moose taunted Aries with his Moose dance. Moose teased hitting Aries with a chokebomb but instead gave Edwards a darting spear.

Austin Aries and Killer Kross vs. Eddie Edwards and Moose ended in an apparent no contest.

Moose took off the bandage and showed that his head was fine. Josh called Moose a turncoat. A “you sold out” chant ensued. Kross brought some chairs into play. Kross and Moose put a chair around the neck of Edwards, so Moose could hit the chair into Edwards’ neck like a hammer and chisel. Alisha Edwards ran in to yell at Moose. Alisha slapped Edwards. Aries tried to break things up. Don Callis kept yelling to go to commercial. Moose turned his punch into his Moose arm pump while also blowing a kiss at Alisha (that was the first badass move Moose has ever done in three years in this company). Moose, Kross, and Aries stood tall to close the show…

John’s Thoughts: Today is a sad day, folks. I’m going to miss dumbass babyface Moose. His ineffectiveness as a hero and constant Yamcha poses served as unintentional comedy gold. I’m kidding folks. Moose really needed this. As for the match, Edwards worked a better style here. Instead of playing a cartoon character which is what he was doing in his title match against Aries, Edwards played it straight for the most part and the match was better than their world title match. The only flaw I see with this trio picture is Killer Kross. I waited three years for this guy to hit the big stage and I saw bigger things for him other than being the world champ’s stooge.

This show was an improvement over last week’s show, which had a lot of strange moments. On top of everything, we didn’t get a child murdered. We also found out that Richie Lives (and Richie shouldn’t have been attempted to be killed in the first place). Can we make an “Only in TNA” Hall of Fame that includes Dixie Carter, Claire Lynch, the ninjas that kidnapped Joe, and dying Richie? Anyway, this was a solid themed show. Jason Powell will be by later today with his Impact Wrestling Hit List and members’ exclusive audio review.




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Readers Comments (3)

  1. Annnd again, either its crapping all over the segments, or backhanded compliments followed always by some comment with a negative slant. Sad.

    • … or

      You can call it constructive criticism. ^_~

      Not to mention, I’m telling people how great Impact is these days…

  2. Moose! Moose! Moo…

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