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Impact Wrestling spoilers: What’s next for AEW, NJPW, NWA, ROH stars after Slammiversary?

Impact’s Slammiversary PPV last Saturday (July 17) featured a few of the surprises we were expecting - and a few nobody saw coming.

The Forbidden Door now seems to be a revolving one that not only AEW and New Japan stars pass through, but Ring of Honor, NWA and both major lucha libre feds’ wrestlers enter & exit via as well.

In addition to that excitement, Impact’s also joined the list of companies that are putting on shows in front of fans. And live audiences mean spoiler reports for the episodes of television & parts of the upcoming Homecoming steaming special that Impact taped after Slammiversary.

Read on if you want to know what’s next for Mickie James, Jay White, and all the big storylines coming out of Slammiversary, courtesy of Impact Asylum:

- Chris Bey def. Rohit Raju with Shera

- Decay (Havok and Rosemary) def. Fire N’ Flava to retain the Knockouts Tag titles

- Finjuice defeated Ace Austin & Madman Fulton. Raju and Shera attack Finjuice after the match

- Jay White promo, where he says he came to Impact for David Finlay (they have a match for White’s NEVER Openweight belt at NJPW Resurgence in Los Angeles on Aug. 14). White said the Good Brothers’ application to rejoin Bullet Club was denied. Don Callis came out to run down Bullet Club in a promo, then Karl Anderson & Doc Gallows jumped White. Chris Bey made the save.

- Matt Cardona, Jake Something & Chelsea Green def. Brian Myers, Sam Beale & Tenille Dashwood. Taylor Wilde returned to attack Tenille Dashwood & Kaleb with a K

- A promo segment with Mickie James, Deonna Purrazzo & Gail Kim leads to Purrazzo accepting an invite to NWA’s all women’s show, Empowerrr

- Maclin vs. Trey Miguel goes to a double countout in a match for Before The Impact. Maclin attacks Miguel after the match but Petey Williams makes the save, leading to a pull apart brawl.

- Willie Mack & Rich Swann def. Violent by Design (Rhino and Deaner)

- Jordynne Grace & Rachael Ellering (with matching gear and video) def. Fire ‘N Flava. After the match, Savanah Evans debuts and lays out Kiera Hogan. Tasha Steelz stands over her and Fire ‘N Flava is no more.

- Impact Tag champs Good Brothers def. Jay White & Chris Bey in a non-title match

- Finjuice, Fallah Bahh & No Way defeat Ace Austin, Madman Fulton, Rohit Raju & Mahabali Shera

- Don Callis & The Elite announce a #1 Contenders Battle Royal to decide Kenny Omega’s next challenger (reports indicated this was for a match at NJPW Emergence, but Wrestling Observer says Omega is definitely not working that show). Sami Callihan vows to win the Battle Royal but wants Omega and the Good Brothers in a 6-Man Tag first. Callihan says he can get them from anywhere, even jump them from behind. At that moment, AEW’s Elite Hunter Frankie Kazarian jumped the barricade and attacked the group.

- Josh Alexander def. Black Taurus to retain the X Division Championship in a match for Homecoming

- Deonna Purazzo & a debuting Drama King (Aiden English) def. Alisha Edwards & Hernandez to advance in the Homecoming mixed tag tournament

- Matt Cardona & Chelsea Green def. The Pump Family (Little Petey Pump and Thick Mama Pump, Jordynne Grace) to advance in the Homecoming mixed tag tournament. Maclin attacked Petey Williams after the match.

- Tommy Dreamer & Rachael Ellering (dressed as the Road Warriors) def. Brian Myers & Missy Hyatt to advance in the Homecoming mixed tag tournament. Hyatt was picked by Sam Beale to be Myers’ partner.

- Crazzy Steve & Rosemary def. “Fallah Flava” Fallah Bahh & Tasha Steelz to advance in the Homecoming mixed tag tournament

- Kiera Hogan appeared to call out Steelz & Evans. Instead, Su Yung and an undead version of Kimber Lee appeared to drag Hogan off.

- Sami Callihan, Eddie Edwards & Kazarian def. Kenny Omega & The Good Brothers. W. Morrissey came out after the match and laid out Eddie Edwards, leading to a staredown with Sami Callihan. After the match, Eddie Edwards challenges W. Morrissey to fight him out in the parking lot.

- Edwards runs Morrisey off in a Parking Lot Brawl

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