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Impact Wrestling Results (4/12): Su Yung vs Rosemary, Intergender Main Event

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Impact Wrestling Results
April 12, 2019

MOOSE def. ZACHARY WENTZ 

— Rob Van Dam returns to Impact Wrestling on 4/29!

— Madison Rayne talks about returning to Impact and her loss to Jordyne Grace last week, putting over how tough the competition in the Knockouts division is. Tessa Blanchard interrupts and says that Madison is just like Gail Kim, trending on her past and expecting opportunities to live out her glory days. Madison says she’s beaten her twice in the past, and wants to make it three.

SU YUNG vs. ROSEMARY ended in a No Contest. 

— Su Yung and the Undead Brides attacked Rosemary and Kiera Hogan after the match, hitting them both with the Panic Switch.

— Willie Mack is involved in a bizarre backstage promo with Killer Kross, who talks about jazz music and tries to convince Willie that Rich Swann has been using him since they arrived in Impact.

— We get a look at The Deaners, who have finally signed with Impact Wrestling.

ETHAN PAGE & JOSH ALEXANDER def. EL REVERSO & SHELDON

MADISON RAYNE def. TESSA BLANCHARD

— Johnny Impact cut a promo about Brian Cage, mocking him for being so stupid that the “marks” are reminded of themselves, which is why they love him. Taya Valkyrie says that Cage and Jordynne Grace would go well together, and makes a sexual innuendo about heir hard workout sessions.

— Sami Callihan says that OVE is in Rich Swann’s hometown, calling it a “dumpster fire”. He says that Swann would have died there if it wasn’t for OVE  coming along and giving him everything. Sami says he’s coming for the X-Division title at Rebellion, and will beat him up so badly that no one will ever recognize him again.

— Scarlett Bordeaux finds Fallah Bahh creeping in the women’s locker room and spanks him in the ass after asking him to be her tag team partner next week.

JOHNNY IMPACT & TAYA VALKYRIE def. BRIAN CAGE & JORDYNNE GRACE

— Referee Johnny Bravo turned heel and took out Brian Cage with a chop block, then did a quick three-count when Impact made the cover. Johnny and Tessa beat down Cage once again after the match and raised their titles in the air to end the show.

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