Impact Wrestling: Results & Reactions
The Sept. 1 episode featured a wedding proposal, the return of Tenille Dashwood, and a new Impact World Champion. Break it down with us here!
The second part of the event gave us two title fights and a whole lot more. Break it down with us here.
The first night of the two-night event featured two official title matches, one unofficial TNA title fight, and Brian Myers (fka Curt Hawkins) taking a shot at Vince McMahon.
The Aug. 11 episode featured attempted revenge on Eric Young, Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz bringing the heat, and Brian Myers (fka Curt Hawkins) challenging the World champ. Break it down with us here.
The July 28 episode featured Eddie Edwards battling Trey Miguel in the Impact World title open challenge, the Wrestle House ‘reality’ show, and Gallows & Anderson making their Impact in-ring debut. Let’s roll through the show from beginning to end.
Their July 21 episode featured all the fallout from Slammiversary with new talent getting storylines, the start of Edwards run as Impact World champ, and the Motor City Machine Guns ending The North’s historic reign. Roll through it all with us here.
The July 14 episode featured two cinematic fights on the go home show for this weekend’s Slammiversary PPV. Break it down with us here.
Their July 7 episode featured Madison Rayne with a surprise, Johnny Swinger stealing the show again, and Dreamer talking his way into a TNA Heavyweight Championship match at Slammiversary. Roll through it all with us here.
Their June 30 episode featured Shamrock getting help from his old enemy against the tag champs, an extreme vet stepping to Moose, and Trey Miguel going bonkers for revenge.
Let’s break down a reworked show that gave Deonna Purrazzo a big push and saw Eddie Edwards try for revenge against Madman Fulton.
The June 16 episode featured The North defending the tag team titles against the Rascalz, suspects being eliminated for the attack on Trey Miguel, and a street fight between Ace Austin and Eddie Edwards with a surprise ending.
Deonna Purrazzo announced her presence with authority on the June 9 episode. We also got a big-time three-way, the Slammiversary main event was announced, and more. Come break it down with us.
And it made him the #1 contender for the World title. We cover that in more in our review of the June 2 episode.
The May 26, 2020 episode featured a cinematic hillbilly brawl, a new Knockout, and the World Championship #1 contender tournament semifinals. Break it down with us here.
The May 19 episode also featured the other #1 contender tournament semi-final, Moose defending the title he gave himself, Willie Mack vs. Johnny Swinger, and more. Dig into it with us here.
Plus, Moose hijacked the open, Ken Shamrock was attacked, and more!
Join us as we break down all the fallout from Rebellion on the May 5 edition, including the debut of Kimber Lee, a pair of title bouts, how we’ll learn who Tessa Blachard’s next challenger will be, and more!
TNA Heavyweight title? It’s back! We’ll do our best to explain how, what it means for Tessa Blanchard’s Impact belt, and all the happenings from night two of the empty arena event.
Impact turned their April PPV into two nights of TV, and went the empty arena route. Come on and break down night one with us, which gave us a mystery partner, a new champ, and a cinematic finish.
Featuring an incredibly weird main event segment you have to see to believe.
The Atlanta tapings set up a future championship three-way in intriguing fashion. Come break down that, and everything from the episode that premiered on April 7 with us.
Impact put together a fun teaser for a show that unfortunately won’t be happening. Is it worth seeking out and spending an hour with? Let’s do the math... you know the numbers won’t lie.
Checking on Mar. 17’s episode from Vegas, which featured a debut, a tag title match, and flames being spit at a new Hall of Famer.
For the first time, two women wrestled for the world championship.
Another show from Vegas featured two title fights, and set up next week’s historic World championship match.
Check out our thoughts on Elgin vs. Edwards, TJP vs. Alexander, Rayne vs. Mazzerati, and more!
Get all caught before the Las Vegas tapings tonight!
A fantastic bout between Michael Elgin and Eddie Edwards highlighted the Jan. 7 episode from New York, which was also the go home show for Sunday’s Hard to Kill PPV.