Impact Wrestling Results (8/2): The North Defend Tag Team Titles, Tessa Blanchard vs Madman Fulton


Impact Wrestling Results
August 2, 2019

(1) Aiden Prince def. Zachary Wentz, Rohit Raju, Chuck Mambo, Cody Deaner and Petey Williams in a six-man X-Division scramble 

— In the oVe clubhouse they’re preparing for Madman Fulton to face Tessa Blanchard a lesson later on tonight. Jake Crist is also celebrating winning the X-Division Championship last week, and there’s some awkwardness between him and Sami Callihan when he wants to see the title, and he doesn’t want to let him.

— Rich Swann tries to talk sense into Tessa Blanchard, saying Fulton is a psychopath and a 7-foot monster, and he should know. He offers to back her up in the match, but Tessa is going it alone.

(2) Havok def. John E. Bravo

— Ethan Page and Josh Alexander yell about all the tag title defenses they have over the next couple of weeks, including tonight. Technically with them also streaming Unbreakable at the same time, they’re actually defending the titles twice simultaniously.

(3)  Ace Austin def. Stone Rockwell

— Eddie Edwards ran out and attacked Ace.

— Madison Rayne is the next person in line to offer her help when Tessa Blanchard faces Madman Fulton later in the night, but again she’s turned down.

Read More
SPOILERS: 1/17 Impact Wrestling TV Taping Results From Mexico City

(4) Fallah Bahh def. Moose

— Madman Fulton def. Tessa Blanchard via DQ // Near the end of the match Sami Callihan gave Fulton a steel chair and Tommy Dreamer ran out with a kendo stick and attacked him, forcing the ref to throw out the match. Tessa and Dreamer both get kendo sticks and work together to beat the hell out of oVe.

— Michael Elgin talks about being attacked by Rhino last week. He promises to put the ECW legend in the hospital, and calls everyone who he’s faced so far in Impact a total coward.

— Melissa Santos will prove an update on Brian Cage’s status next week.

— Rhino is interviewed and drops some f-bombs. He doesn’t care about legal actions, and he doesn’t care that promotions are throwing more money at him than he’s ever made before. All he cares about is violence, and everyone’s going to get a f–king Gore, Gore, Gore!

— The North (c) def. The Rascalz to retain the Impact World Tag Team Championships

— Ortiz comes out and attacks The North with a trash can, but is quickly outnumbered. Daga makes the save, and Konnan does not look happy with Ortiz for his foolish choice of actions.