The following are complete results from the Nov. 7th Impact Wrestling television tapings from the Melrose Ballroom in New York. The tapings continue tonight as well.
– Xplosion: Willie Mack def. Bobby Wayward
– Knockouts legend ODB came out to talk about her food truck burning down shortly after the last Starrcast. It was supposed to be something she prepared for her life after wrestling was over, but as it turns out the fans and the wrestling business are her insurance policy. The crowd gave her a great reception. The proceeds from this weekend’s NYC tapings are going to help getting the food truck back up and running.
– Knockouts Champion Taya Valkyrie came out mocking ODB for what happened, and bragged about being the longest reigning champion in history, and how much money she has. She says ODB’s food truck burned down just like her career, and ODB dropped her with a punch and a big splash in the corner.
– Michael Elgin def. Brian Cage and Eddie Edwards
– Fallah Bahh def. Raj Singh
– Petey Williams def. Johnny Swinger
– RVD came out with Katie Forbes and they made out for a gratuitous amount of time. Van Dam complained that everyone wants to be like him, and he’s spent years watching everyone do his moves and pretend like he hasn’t given enough to the wrestling business. Tommy Dreamer interrupted and said RVD has been different ever since BFG. He wants to settle it in a match with Rhino like the old days. Van Dam is done with ECW reunions and says that crap has been holding him back. Rhino ends up rushing out and they get into a fight, before security separates them.
– ODB def. Taya Valkyrie in a non-title match
– Moose def. Acey Romero
– Ace Austin & Reno Scum def. The Rascalz
– TJP def. Daga
– Rob Van Dam def. Rhino in a match with Tommy Dreamer as the special guest referee. After the match, RVD attacked Dreamer as well.
– Jordynne Grace def. Tenille Dashwood
– Tessa Blanchard def. Madman Fulton via DQ
– Sami Callihan (c) def. Ken Shamrock to retain the Impact World Championship
– Madman Fulton attacked Shamrock and threw him out of the ring to the floor in what was described by many as a really nasty, insane bump.