3/5 Impact Wrestling Sacrifice results: Moose vs. Heath for the Impact World Championship, Mickie James vs. Tasha Steelz for the Knockouts Title, Trey Miguel vs. Jake Something for the X Division Title, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson vs. Violent By Design for the Impact Tag Titles, Jay White vs. Alex Shelley, Jonah vs. PCO

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

Impact Wrestling Sacrifice
Streamed March 5, 2022 on Impact Plus
Live from Louisville, Kentucky at Old Forester’s Paristown Hall

Sacrifice Pre-Show

1. Lady Frost over Giselle Shaw.

2. Rich Swann and Willie Mack beat Mike Bennett and Matt Taven.

Sacrifice Main Card

1. Trey Miguel beat Jake Something to retain the X Division Championship.

2. Eddie Edwards beat Rhino.

3. “The Influence” Madison Rayne and Tenille Dashwood defeated “The IInspiration” Cassie Lee and Jessie McKay to win the Knockouts Tag Titles.

4. Jonah beat PCO.

5. Jay White pinned Alex Shelley.

6. Deonna Purrazzo beat Chelsea Green to retain the ROH Women’s World Championship.

7. Tasha Steelz defeated Mickie James to win the Knockouts Championship.

8. Eric Young and Joe Doering defeated Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson to win the Impact Tag Titles.

9. Moose defeated Heath to retain the Impact World Championship. Josh Alexander returned after the match and announced that he re-signed with Impact and will challenge Moose at the Rebellion pay-per-view.



Readers Comments (4)

  1. What a thorough analysis!

  2. It said results not analysis.

  3. It really is too bad no one had time to cover it as it was a very good show!

    • Sorry, gang, there’s just too much wrestling to keep up with. Since this keeps coming up with Impact Plus shows, I’ll break it down for you. I worked roughly 14 hours on Monday. Tuesday was roughly 12 hours. Wednesday was roughly 13 hours. Thursday was eight hours. Friday was over 14 hours. Saturday was a few hours. Tonight will be a five-hour show plus roughly an hour of audio.

      I took off Thursday night and last night. People have much tougher jobs than I do and it’s truly a labor of love on my end, but I simply can’t cover everything. I need to have an evening or two off to enjoy family life whenever that’s possible. I cover Impact PPVs. Impact Plus shows get the results treatment more often than not, just as a lot of the HonorClub shows did for instance. This isn’t directed at anyone in particular, but I do wish that some folks appreciated just how much is covered on the site rather than grumble about what doesn’t get covered.

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