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Impact Wrestling Hard to Kill live results: Sami Callihan vs. Tessa Blanchard, more!

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Here’s the place to check results and comment along with tonight’s (Jan. 12) Impact Wrestling’s Hard to Kill, emanating from the Bomb Factor in Dallas, Texas.

You can view the show on Fite.TV and on pay-per-view. Bell time is at 8 PM Eastern.

We’ll update the results tonight as they happen, and feel free to use this space to discuss all the action with the best pro wrestling community on the internet - before, during and after the show.

- Ken Shamrock def. Madman Fulton via submission with an arm submission. He had locked it in earlier which led to a “broken shoulder” to Fulton. Madman continued to fight and even delivered a mini-powerbomb with one arm, but Shamrock hooked in another arm lock and Fulton had to tap using his head against the mat.

- Ace Austin (c) def Trey Miguel to retain the X Division championship with the Fold. After the match, Ace got into the face of Trey’s mom after Trey walked up the ramp. But Miguel saw that and ran back to beat the hell out of Ace.

- Taya (c) def Jordynne Grace & ODB to retain the Knockouts championship. Grace had it won with a Grace Driver on ODB but Johnny Bravo distracted the referee and Taya swooped in to get the pin.

- Brian Cage vs Rob Van Dam ended in a no contest (?) early on when RVD delivered a Van Terminator with a chair held to Cage’s face. (Could have been referee stoppage or maybe a DQ with the chair use.)

Daga came out to stop RVD from continuing when Cage was receiving medical attention and that turned into a match that RVD won with a Five Star Frog Splash.

After the match, RVD celebrated in the ring with his girlfriend and her girlfriend.

- Eddie Edwards def. Michael Elgin to keep the Call Your Shot Trophy when he rolled up Elgin who was going for a second Buckle Bomb

- Moose def. Rhino in a hardcore match using his spear

- The North (c) def. Willie Mack in a handicap match to retain the Impact tag team championships. Mack gave it all he had but he couldn’t overcome the numbers.

- Tessa Blanchard def. Sami Callihan (c) for the Impact world championship. Sami worked Tessa’s left leg much of the match, but the challenger fought back. Finally, after two Canadian Destroyers and the Buzzsaw DDT, she pinned the champ to claim the gold.

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