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Impact No Surrender 2022 live results: Morrissey vs. Moose for world title, Bullet Club, ROH invaders

Pull up a chair for Impact’s No Surrender special event Saturday night (Feb. 19, 2022). W. Morrissey clashes with Moose for the Impact World Championship, NJPW’s Bullet Club is in action with G.O.D. going after the Good Brothers and “Switchblade” Jay White aiming to maim Eric Young, Deonna Purrazzo issued a championship open challenge, ROH invaders go to war with Team Impact, and much more.

No Surrender commences at 8 pm ET streaming on IMPACT+ and YouTube for IMPACT Ultimate Insiders. The pre-show begins at 7:30 pm ET on YouTube.

Freshen up on storylines with the preview and predictions. Join us for updates and have fun chatting in the open thread.

Quick results:


Trey Miguel defeated John Skyler. Miguel blasted Skyler off the turnbuckles and followed with a Meteora flying double knees to win.

Team Impact is united and ready to go buck wild ripping apart Honor No More.

Havok defeated Tenille Dashwood. Tenille was gearing up for her finisher. Upon request for a photo of the moment, the IInspiration called Kaleb Konley’s camera phone. That distracted Dashwood for Havok to win with a Tombstone piledriver.

Main show

X-Division #1 contender: Jake Something defeated Ace Austin, “Speedball” Mike Bailey, and Chris Bey in a four-way. Ace flew in for the Fold finisher, but Jake caught him to counter for a Black Hole Slam.

Eric Young has earned everything in this business. He’s not a kiss-ass political player. He’s not a football athlete who stumbled on this career. He’s not a skinny indie dude. He is a professional wrestler. When you truly love something, you are willing to die for it. We will find out how far Jay White is willing to go.

JONAH defeated Black Taurus. Top Dog was the bigger and badder hoss to crush Taurus with a flying splash.

Jake Something is the best he’s ever been, and he can’t wait to find out if he has what it takes to be X-Division champ. Trey Miguel interrupted with cockiness. Ace Austin accused Jake of getting lucky in the multi-man match. One-on-one, Jake is a loser. Trey smelled a tag match for TV on Thursday. Trey & Jake versus Ace & a partner.

“Switchblade” Jay White defeated Eric Young. During a dance of counter movements, White exploded for a half-and-half suplex then finished with a Blade Runner.

Ace asked Bailey to be his partner for Thursday. Bailey declined. Ace claimed to overhear a disrespectful conversation from Trey and Jake about Bailey. Ace wants to give Bailey the opportunity to show he deserves respect. Bailey bought it and accepted.

AAA or ROH Championship open challenge: Deonna Purrazzo retained against Miranda Alize. The surprise challenger chose the ROH title. In the end, Purrazzo dodged a Shining Wizard to cinch in a double armbar for victory.

Chelsea Green wanted to wish Mickie James good luck, but she won’t need it. When James wins, she’ll give Green a shot at the title.

Impact Digital Media Championship: Matt Cardona retained against Jordynne Grace. Cardona was going to use a chair and scared the referee away from stopping it, so Grace kicked him in the groin. The referee called the DQ for Cardona to win.

Tasha Steelz is confident she will win the Knockouts title. She will beat that ass. The interview was interrupted by someone yelling for help. The cameraman found Eddie Edwards knocked unconscious on the floor.

Impact World Tag Team Championship: Good Brothers retained against G.O.D. Shocking swerve alert! G.O.D. was closing in on victory when Chris Bey ran down to help. Bey distracted the referee, but G.O.D. didn’t want him there. All of a sudden, Jay White was in the ring to hit Tama Tonga with a Blade Runner. Good Brothers closed with a Magic Killer. The scene ended with White sharing a Too Sweet with Bey and the Good Brothers. This seemed like an issue of White’s doing rather than a master scheme from the Good Brothers.

Knockouts World Championship: Mickie James retained against Tasha Steelz. Chelsea Green ran out to neutralize interference from Savannah Evans. On the finish, James pushed Steelz into Green then used a bridging roll-up for victory.

Team Impact questioned if Steve Maclin attacked Edwards. Rich Swann broke the news that Eddie is out, but Swann brought in Willie Mack as a replacement. Team Impact was back on track.

Impact World Championship: Moose retained against W. Morrissey. Super awesome hoss fight. Even better than I could have anticipated. Down the stretch, Moose hit a superplex, kipped up, and fired off a spear for victory.

Honor No More (Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, Vincent, PCO, & Kenny King with Maria Kanellis as manager) defeated Team Impact (Chris Sabin, Rich Swann, Rhino, Steve Maclin, & Willie Mack). Eddie Edwards was not cleared to wrestle after the previous mystery beatdown. The match broke down into chaos with a ref bump. Rhino was ready to Gore Maria, but OGK blocked the way. Edwards ran in with his kendo stick to chase OGK away. He called for Rhino to spear Maria. Rhino charged, then Edwards hit him in the head with the kendo stick to betray Team Impact. Edwards cleaned house on his former squad. Honor No More revived the referee for Kenny King to pin Rhino. Per the stipulation, Honor No More gets to stay in Impact.

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