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Impact Wrestling Results (5/19): Michael Elgin vs Sami Callihan, Moose Defends TNA World Title

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IMPACT Wrestling Results
May 19, 2020
Nashville, TN

1) Ace Austin def. Rhino to advance to the semifinals of the Impact World Championship #1 Contender’s Tournament. Lots of cheating and shenanigans from the former X-Division Champion, who was replacing Ken Shamrock after Shamrock was attacked by Michael Elgin last week. Austin hit Rhino with his retractable stick gimmick when the ref was removing a chair from the ring, and hit The Fold to win.


— Josh Matthews interviewed Moose backstage and grilled him about the delusions of being TNA World Heavyweight Champion. Moose said he became the champ when the referee raised his hand and the announcer made it official.

2) Dave Crist def. Crazzy Steve

— oVe argued after the match and Madman Fulton left the group by ripping up his shirt and attacking both of the Crist brothers.

3) Fallah Bahh & TJP def. XXXL (Ace Romero & Larry D)

4) Moose (c) def. Suicide to retain the TNA World Heavyweight Championship in a rematch from last week. Suicide got a ton of offense in at the end and hit like 4-5 superkicks. Moose reversed a diving crossbody into a pin.

— Michael Elgin compared himself to Conor McGregor and Muhammad Ali because they too were hated in their primes for being the best in the world. He complained about all the soft, “participating trophy” wrestlers, and said he would be appreciated one day.

5) Willie Mack (c) def. Johnny Swinger to retain the X-Division Championship. 

— The two fought over the title after the match until Chris Bey came out and joined Swinger in beating down Mack.

— Cody Deaner has finally found his way to the Battlearts Academy, where he challenges The North to a match next week. Josh Alexander is definitely done wrestling geeks in ridiculous segments, but Ethan Page is giddy and says he rented the building all month.

6) Michael Elgin def. Sami Callihan to advance to the semifinal round of the Impact World Championship #1 Contender’s tournament. Watch this. It was excellent.

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STF Underground Episode 90 – Is Tomasso Ciampa Royal Rumble Bound? Hard To Kill Recap, Where Does AEW Go After A Lackluster Dynamite?

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Welcome once again to another episode of STF Underground!

In this episode we talk about:


  • AEW Dynamite’s Lackluster Episode
  • Is Tomasso Ciampa Main Roster Bound?
  • Hard To Kill Recap
  • Can MSK Succeed In The WWE?
  • “Wrestling Apologists”
  • Dusty Cup Surprises
  • AND MUCH MORE!

 

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Good Brothers vs. Private Party Announced For IMPACT No Surrender

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Impact Wrestling announced on Thursday that No Surrender will be the next Impact Plus special on Saturday, February 13.

It was also confirmed that The Good Brothers will defend the Impact Tag Team Championship against AEW’s Private Party at No Surrender.


Private Party and Matt Hardy made a surprise appearance on Tuesday’s Impact, where they beat Chris Sabin and James Storm to become the number one contenders for Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson.

As noted, The Good Brothers will work matches on AEW Dynamite over the next two weeks, including the main event of Beach Break.

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Taya Valkyrie Written Off IMPACT Wrestling

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Taya Valkyrie has finished up with IMPACT Wrestling.

The former Knockouts Champion was finally revealed as the shooter who attempted to murder John E. Bravo last year at the end of Bravo’s wedding to Rosemary. She was taken away by security after being confronted by Tommy Dreamer and Larry D, and it was made clear that she was being written off television.


Dreamer made jokes about Taya ending up in either a Jacksonville or Stamford “prison” for her crimes, an obvious reference to her potentially signing with AEW or WWE. Larry D also joked that he hopes she doesn’t end up in Baltimore, where Ring of Honor operates.

According to PWInsider.com, Taya had a two-year contract but extended it to a third year in 2019. That contract ended when 2020 did, and she stuck around to put over the current Knockouts Champion, Deonna Purrazzo, at IMPACT Hard To Kill.

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