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Impact Wrestling Results (11/12): X-Division Scramble, The North Defends, Tessa Battles oVe & More

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MADISON RAYNE (w/ Kiera Hogan) vs. ALEXIA NICOLE

Hogan is at ringside but has her arm in a sling after suffering an injury legitimately in last week’s match. Madison taunts her opponent and points to her own ass, so Nicole dropkicks her and tries for an early rollup. No good. Rayne rebounds off the ropes into a second rope Meteora, and stays on top of her with wild rights and lefts. She goes for a blatant choke in the ropes, and doesn’t seem to be taking this match seriously. After a few minutes of headlock action Nicole finally mounts her comeback. Rayne decides she’s above it all and just walks out, up the entrance ramp, so Nicole goes after her. It’s a trap! The two brawl back to the ring, both nearly catch each other with roll-ups. Rayne hits the CrossRhodes, and it’s over.


Winner: Madison Rayne

Johnny Swinger is in the locker room. He tells Aiden Prince that Petey Williams is a “mark” and he refused to be his young boy, so he pooped in his bag. Good ole pranksi! Prince is grossed out, and Petey comes in and grabs another bag. Swinger is confused until KEN SHAMROCK comes in and freaks out, wanting to know what smells like crap. Swinger says it’s his all-protein diet, and the MMA god walks away with his poop-filled bag.

DAGA vs. JAKE CRIST

They start off nailing each other in the face with big boots, over and over again. Daga throws the former champ out to the floor and hits a crazy triangle springboard corkscrew…thing…to take him out. Jake catches him with a cheap shot in the ropes and tries for a DDT from the apron, but Daga blocks it with his hands and kips back up, nailing Crist with a superkick.

Back from commercial and the two are once again trading nasty chops and strikes. Crist with a series of lariats to take him down, then locks in a Last Chancery. Daga struggles out with stiff elbows to the face, but Jake kicks him in the ropes over and over again. Daga surprises with a headscissors takedown out of nowhere, then shot off the ropes with a DDT. He fires up with stiff kicks and rapid fire armdrags. Jake gets a boot up in the corner to block a charge, pops him up into the air and delivers a Death Valley Driver! He tries for a German suplex bridge to put it away, but Daga kicked out and hit his own German bridge for a nearfall. Jake with a trio of superkicks, one big hook kick for good measure, but it’s still not enough. The two fought to the top rope and traded elbow strikes. Daga got a headbutt and sent his opponent flying with a springboard rana. Butterfly Driver connects! 1…2…3!

Winner: Daga

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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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AEW Official Interferes In IMPACT Main Event; Private Party Next In Line To Challenge Good Brothers

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For the first time ever, two stars from All Elite Wrestling are next in line to challenge for the IMPACT World Tag Team Championships – and you can thank Tony Khan.

As previously reported, Matt Hardy made a surprise return to IMPACT Wrestling on Tuesday night with his incredibly talented clients Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen. After petitioning for a match with the Good Brothers, it was decided that Private Party would first face the makeshift duo of Chris Sabin and James Storm, two legends of the TNA tag team division, with the winners earning a future title opportunity.


While Tony Khan has been appearing in “paid advertisements” for several weeks, the AEW President actually stepped foot inside the IMPACT Zone this week. He wasn’t alone, bringing veteran wrestler and AEW producer Jerry Lynn as backup.

The two sat ringside during the main event, and up until the final seconds of the bout appeared to be simply cheering on their wrestlers. It was Jerry Lynn who later hopped the rail and tripped up Chris Sabin, allowing Private Party to deliver their finisher – Gin & Juice – and score the victory.

It has not yet been announced when Private Party vs. The Good Brothers will take place.

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BREAKING: Matt Hardy & Private Party Make Surprise Appearance On IMPACT Wrestling

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Matt Hardy has returned to IMPACT Wrestling for the first time since his controversial exit from the promotion in 2017, and he’s brought a Private Party with him!

The All Elite Wrestling stars made a surprise appearance on Tuesday night’s all new episode of IMPACT Wrestling, interrupting Chris Sabin and James Storm’s challenge to the Good Brothers for an IMPACT World Tag Team Championship match.


Hardy introduced Private Party to the IMPACT audience, claiming that they had the potential to be the “second best” tag team in professional wrestling history, after the Hardy Boyz of course.

Big Money Matt also brought up his last run with the company, stating that he and Jeff never technically lost the TNA World Tag Team Championships, rather they were taken away in a “stupid teleportation angle”.

In the end, it was decided that Private Party will battle Chris Sabin and James Storm – two absolute legends in the TNA/IMPACT tag team division – in tonight’s main event. The winners will receive a future title opportunity against the Good Brothers.

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