IMPACT Wrestling Results
June 16, 2020
(1) Ethan Page (c) & Josh Alexander (c) def. Dez Xavier & Zach Wentz to retain the IMPACT World Tag Team Championships. Really good back and forth match. Wentz came all fired up after The North tried to accuse him of attacking his partner Trey a few weeks ago. The North retained with their Torture Rack/Spinebuster combo.
— The North walked back through the curtains but because of COVID-19 regulations the backstage area was completely empty. Page freaked out that nobody was watching their match and said that no one appreciates how great they are.
— Trey Miguel was once again laid out backstage. The other Rascalz showed up and started screaming at the officials and medics, demanding to know who beat down their friend. Again.
— Jimmy Jacobs attempted to interview Ace Austin backstage, wondering if he had something to do with Trey’s assault. Eddie Edwards kicked in the door and tried to go after him, accusing him of being behind the attack. Officials split them up and Eddie yelled that he’d see Ace tonight!
(2) Neveah (w/ Jessicka Havok) def. Kimber Lee. A bit of a surprise win here. Neveah actually got a lot of offense, trading 50/50 with Kimber Lee. She got the win with a crazy looking corkscrew DDT. About a minute in, Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz came out with popcorn and their own chairs to sit ringside and watch the match. They threw popcorn at Havok afterwards and ran away.
— A vignette for #CancelCulture aired showing off the new collective of Joseph P. Ryan, Jacob Crist, Robert Van Dam and Katie Forbes.
(3) Rhino def. Rohit Raju. Rohit attacked before the bell and slammed Rhino into the barricade and the ring steps. He rolled back in the ring to officially start the match, then took the fight right back outside. It was a totally one-sided fight, but only took Rhino one move to win it. The big man eventually dodged a diving double foot stomp and hit the Gore.
— This week’s IMPACT Plus! Flashback Moment of the Week looks back at EC3 pinning Kurt Angle to win the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.
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