The following report contains results for the next two weeks of Impact Wrestling television, beginning with this Friday’s episode, which will have all the fallout from a stellar Impact Rebellion pay-per-view.
— Michael Elgin came out and talked about Brian Cage winning the Impact World Championship at Rebellion, and how he put him in the hospital afterwards. He said the world title was the reason he left New Japan. Johnny Impact came out and mocked him for being a meathead just like Cage. The two argued about which one of them put Cage in the hospital, but were cut off by LAX. Konnan said he represented both LAX and the Lucha Brothers, and demanded that Pentagon Jr. be given a title shot. Elgin puts his hands on him and Pentagon runs down to make the save, leading to a brawl and security getting involved.
— ACE AUSTIN def. PETEY WILLIAMS
— ROSEMARY def. KIERA HOGAN via disqualification when Su Yung and the Undead Bridesmaids came out and attacked Rosemary. Hogan walked out and didn’t help her.
— REY FENIX def. EDDIE EDWARDS after some interference from Killer Kross. Looks like he might be starting something with Edwards.
— Rob Van Dam came out to a tremendous welcome, saying that it’s great to be back in Impact and apparently he was a big inspiration since everyone seems to be using his moves now. Ethan Page came out and the two talked trash, with RVD saying he’d never seen one of Page’s matches before and challenged him to a fight. Page went after him with the steel chair but of course RVD kicked it back into his face.
— MICHAEL ELGIN def. JOHNNY IMPACT and PENTAGON JR. in a triple threat match to become the new #1 contender to the Impact World Championship
— LAX def. MOOSE & JOSH ALEXANDER
— MADISON RAYNE def. TAYA VALKYRIE in a non-title match with Tessa Blanchard on commentary. A lot of people thought this finish was bizarre because Taya dominated the whole match, then tapped out to a basic single-leg crab basically as soon as it was applied.
— JORDYNNE GRACE def. ALEXA NICOLE
— Gama SIngh came out and trashed Toronto for the easy heat, which brought out The Desi Hit Squad and led to a tag team match.
— THE DESI HIT SQUAD def. THE RASCALS and THE DEENERS and BRETT BANKS & AIDEN PRINCE in a fatal four-way tag team match
— ROB VAN DAM def. ETHAN PAGE
— SAMI CALLIHAN, JAKE CRIST, DAVE CRIST & MADMAN FULTON def. RICH SWANN, TOMMY DREAMER, WILLIE MACK & FALLAH BAHH in a No Disqualification 8-Man tag team match.