11/20 Impact Wrestling Turning Point results: Moose vs. Eddie Edwards in a Full Metal Mayhem match for the Impact World Championship, Mickie James vs. Mercedes Martinez for the Knockouts Title, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson vs. Chris Bey and Hikuleo for the Impact Tag Titles

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Impact Wrestling Turning Point
Streamed November 20, 2021 on Impact Plus
Las Vegas, Nevada at Sam’s Town Live

-David Finlay and Juice Robinson beat Rohit Raju and Raj Singh in a pre-show match.

-Jordynne Grace beat Chelsea Green to retain the Digital Media Championship in a pre-show match.

1. Chris Sabin beat Ace Austin.

2. Eric Young and Joe Doering over Heath and Rhino.

3. Rich Swann beat VSK.

4. W Morrissey over Matt Cardona.

5. “The IInspiration” Cassie Lee and Jessie McKay beat Rosemary and Havok to retian the Knockouts Tag Titles.

6. Trey Miguel beat Laredo Kid and Steve Maclin in a Triple Threat to retain the X Division Title.

7. Mickie James defeated Mercedes Martinez to retain the Knockouts Championship.

8. Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson defeated Chris Bey and Hikuleo to retain the Impact Tag Titles.

9. Moose defeated Eddie Edwards in a Full Metal Mayhem match to retain the Impact World Championship.

Notes: Jonah, who previously worked as Bronson Reed in NXT, made his Impact debut and attacked Josh Alexander during the show. Deonna Purrazzo jumped Mickie James and a Knockouts Title between the two was set for the Hard to Kill pay-per-view on January 8 in Dallas. It was also announced that a women’s Ultimate X match will be held at Hard to Kill.


Readers Comments (2)

  1. One question. Did you actually watch Turning Point last night? Or did you just rely on someone to tell you what happened? The pre-show match between FinJuice & Decay never happened. So I really don’t know how you can say FinJuice won. They did win their match, but their opponents were Rohit Raju & Raj Singh. This was negligent reporting. I know that Impact is the red-headed step child of the wrestling industry, but they do have their loyal fans & quite a good collection of wrestlers.

    • Nope. That’s why it was just the results. Thanks for the correction. It’s simply a matter of balancing my time combined with overall reader interest. With so much wrestling on television these days, I simply can’t cover everything.

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