2/19 Impact Wrestling No Surrender results: Moose vs. W Morrissey for the Impact World Championship, Mickie James vs. Tasha Steelz for the Knockouts Championship, Honor No More vs. Team Impact, Jay White vs. Eric Young, Jonah vs. Black Taurus

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

Impact Wrestling No Surrender
Streamed February 19, 2022 on Impact Plus
New Orleans, Louisiana at Alario Center

-Trey Miguel beat John Skyler in a pre-show match.

-Havok beat Tenille Dashwood in a pre-show match.

1. Jake Something beat Ace Austin, Chris Bey, and Mike Bailey in a four-way to become No. 1 contender to the X Division Championship.

2. Jonah defeated Black Taurus.

3. Jay White pinned Eric Young.

4. Deonna Purrazzo’s beat Miranda Alize in an open challenge to retain the ROH Women’s World Championship.

5. Matt Cardona beat Jordynne Grace by DQ to retain the Digital Media Championship.

6. “The Good Brothers” Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson beat “Guerrillas of Destiny” Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa to retain the Impact Tag Titles. Jay White turned on GOD to set up the pin.

7. Mickie James defeated Tasha Steelz for the Knockouts Championship.

8. Moose defeated W Morrissey to retain the Impact World Championship.

9. “Honor No More” Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, Kenny King, Vincent, and PCO beat “Team Impact” Rich Swann, Willie Mack, Steve Maclin, Chris Sabin, and Rhino. Eddie Edwards as laid out earlier in the night and was replaced by Mack in this match. Edwards showed up during the match and attacked Team Impact with a kendo stick, which led to Honor No More winning the match.

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Readers Comments (5)

  1. Couldn’t be bothered again to review an Impact wrestling event? This really does a disservice to not only the wrestlers who give their all to make Impact one of the best wrestling shows on TV, but also to the fans who might like to read other opinions.
    But, as Impact fans, we’ve come to expect the short end of the stick from just about all the dirt sheets.

    • I see you watched another Impact Plus show when you could have been spending time with your family. I’m joking, but I’ve explained this and yet you still continue to whine about the plight of poor Impact fans. Had Impact run an actual PPV, it would have be covered (by me or a member of the staff if I wasn’t available for some reason). I opted to spend time with my girlfriend and I’ll continue to do it without even a shred of guilt because it’s more important to me than an Impact Plus show. There’s a ridiculous amount of wrestling to cover these days. I have to pick and choose what I cover in order to maintain some semblance of a work/life balance. I should realistically cut out even more than I cover now, but I’m beyond fortunate to have an understanding partner. So what you call disrespectful is actually me putting my family first. And if you can’t understand that, then I really don’t know what else to tell you.

  2. Great comment.

  3. Impact is a bad indy company that nobody watches. Pretending anyone should review it is insulting to good pro wrestling companies.

  4. A bad indy company….. owned by a multi-million dollar entertainment company, with multiple international T.V. distribution deals, quarterly PPVs, their own in-house streaming service, that has talent from AEW appearing, that has talent from NJPW appearing, that has talent from NWA appearing….. yeah, sounds like every indy company out there, for sure. Great, intelligent comment. The internet is a better place because of contributions like this.

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