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IMPACT News: Tonight’s IMPACT Wrestling Non-Spoiler Preview (7/12/18)

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Tonight’s episode of IMPACT Wrestling will feature the return of former NFL running back DeAngelo Williams, a six-man tag team main event, Aries speaks some truth, and the OG LAX along with King kick off the show.

  • LAX

Last week during the closing segment of the show, Konnan came to the ring to expose King as the mastermind behind his attack at Redemption. Personal blows were exchanged and this led to King confessing that he was the one who attack him. King would then try to get Ortiz and Santana to turn on Konnan to no avail which led to Homicide and Hernandez to return and LAX now find theirselves in a civil war. What will King, Homicide, and Hernandez have to say tonight about what went down last week.

  • DeAngelo Williams

The last time we saw DeAngelo Williams in Impact Wrestling he was teaming with Moose at Slammiversary defeating the team of Eli Drake and Chris Adonis. Last week were told that Williams would be here to talk about the status of his friend Moose.

  • Austin Aries

For weeks now we have heard from both Champion and Challenger about why this match is important to them and how they became professional wrestlers. They also have been throwing jabs at each other as well. Tonight Impact is advertising that Austin Aries will be speaking the truth. What truth is Aries speaking of?

  • Knockouts

Last week we got a vignette thay looked like something out of a James Bond movie. This turned out to be a vignette setting up for the debut of a new knockout. Impact is advertising on social media that the new knockout could debut as soon as tonight. Two weeks ago Allie made her return yo Impact since she lost the title to Su Yung back at Under Pressure in a Last Rites Match. Last week she teamed with #1 contender Madison Rayne defeating Su Yung and her undead maid of honor. This week on social media Impact announced that Allie will be returning to singles action since losing the title. Who could this new knockout be and how will Allie fare in singles competition since being put in a coffin by Su Yung?

  • Six Man Tag

Last week we saw a highly anticipated first ever match between Rich Swann and Fenix. The match got a lot of praise on social media. Fenix would pick up the win but didn’t get a chance to celebrate as he was attack by a fake Pentagon Jr. who turned out to be Sami Callihan and oVe. They tried to take his mask too but was saved by the real Pentagon Jr. and Rich Swann. This led to Sami announcing via the oVe Cam that there will be a six man tag between them and Pentagon Jr., Fenix, and Rich Swann. Will oVe prevail and add another mask to their collection or will Pentagon, Fenix, and Swann gain some retribution.

With Slammiversary less than two weeks away the stars of Impact Wrestling will be looking to gain the all important momentum heading into the biggest PPV of the summer.

All this and more will be on tap for tonight’s show. Don’t forget to checkout my live coverage at the top of the show.

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NXT Takeover War Games: War Games Match

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WWE NXT Takeover War Games Undisputed Era Adam Cole Roderick Strong Kyle O'Reilly Bobby Fish War Raiders Ricochet Pete Dunne

Results of the fifth match of WWE NXT Takeover War Games, Undisputed Era members Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, and NXT Tag Team Champions Kyle O’Reilly & Roderick Strong battled WWE UK Champion Pete Dunne, NXT North American Champion Ricochet, and War Raiders in WAR GAMES!





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Undisputed Era members Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish and Roderick Strong enter the two-ring, steel cage structure against Pete Dunne, Ricochet, and War Raiders members Rowe and Hansen in the closing match at WWE NXT Takeover War Games!

  • Adam Cole would be the first entrant into War Games, as the announcers quoted Arn Anderson talking about the importance of the  order of entry. Really it was because he needed the platform to go “Adam Cole BAY BAY!”
  • NXT North American Champion Ricochet would be the second entrant into War Games, and would spend 5-minutes inside the rings with Cole.
  • Kyle O’Reilly entered War Games third, giving Undisputed Era the advantage for three minutes.
  • The fourth entrant into War Games was Hanson, who jumped in front of Pete Dunne. Hanson evened the odds for Ricochet, who was taking a beating from the former Future Shock.
  • Roderick Strong, who teamed with Raw Tag Team Champions The AOP in last year’s War Games, was the fifth entrant into War Games, giving the Undisputed Era the 3-minute advantage once again.
  • Rowe entered War Games sixth, once again keeping Dunne in the shark cage.
  • During this segment of War Games, the babyfaces isolated Adam Cole and did as much damage as possible before Bobby Fish entered the match.
  • Bobby Fish was the seventh entrant into War Games, once again giving Undisputed Era the advantage for a final three minutes. Before heading to the ring, Fish attacked Pete Dunne, locking him into the shark cage and keeping the key.
  • Fish brought four Undisputed Era labeled chairs with him into the ring.
  • Pete Dunne was able to enter the match thanks to a set of bolt cutters, but didn’t enter until after filling the ring with plunder (including multiple tables).
  • Once Pete Dunne entered, The Match Beyond began (I don’t care what the announcers said!).
  • Dunne was able to survive a double submission move from O’Reilly and Strong (the NXT Tag Team Champions) as Ricochet broke through Cole and Fish to make the save.
  • After one of the most creative Tower Of Doom spots I’ve ever seen, Ricochet hit a double-rotation Moonsault off of the top of the cage onto the seven other competitors.
  • In one of the most well-done War Games things I’ve ever seen, both teams lined up at opposite sides of the cage, marching towards each other as if they were “marching into battle,” meeting between the two rings to pair off and trade blows.
  • Pete Dunne connected with the Bitter End on Adam Cole, followed by a 450 Splash from Ricochet, and both men draped their arms over Cole for the three count and win for the babyface team.

 















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NXT Takeover War Games: Tommaso Ciampa vs. Velveteen Dream

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Results of the fourth match of WWE NXT Takeover War Games, Tommaso Ciampa vs. Velveteen Dream for the NXT Championship!





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Velveteen Dream challenged Tommaso Ciampa for his NXT Championship under the bright lights of Los Angeles at WWE NXT Takeover War Games!

  • Velveteen Dream made his entrance first, emulating the NWO’s Hollywood Hogan with his attire and entrance.
  • During both his entrance and the announcements, Tommaso Ciampa repeatedly kissed the nameplate on his NXT Championship.
  • Ciampa would steal Dream’s “Hollywood” headband, then do the Hogan Ear Cusp, which elicited a huge round of boos from the crowd. Dream would get his headband back, not not after doing the Macho Man throat dive over the top rope and Macho Man double ax-handle off the top.
  • Velveteen Dream would later suplex Tommaso Ciampa over the top rope, sending both men crashing to the floor, doing damage to both competitors.
  • The referee would avoid an errant kick from Dream and catch Ciampa pulling the tights in a roll-up that would have otherwise ended the match.
  • Soon after, Tommaso Ciampa would complete a barrage of offense with a Project Ciampa, but Dream kicked out at two.
  • Dream would hit the Swinging Spike DDT on the NXT Championship, which Ciampa brought into the ring. Ciampa himself would then kick out at two.
  • Late in the match we’d see Ciampa take a shot at Mauro Ranallo, which allowed Dream to take the advantage and eventually connect with the Purple Rainmaker… for two.
  • A short time later, Ciampa would score the pinfall to retain his championship after hitting a Draping DDT on the metal sheet connecting the two rings.

 



 







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