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*SPOILERS* IMPACT Wrestling TV Taping Results From Nashville (1/7/19)

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Spoilers from tonight’s IMPACT Wrestling television tapings!

After last night’s Homecoming pay-per-view at the Nashville Fairgrounds (also known as the TNA Asylum), IMPACT Wrestling was back at the venue tonight for its next set of television tapings, including Friday night’s debut on Pursuit Channel (if you missed Homecoming, catch up with Andrew’s Results & Ratings).

Per usual with spoilers, it’s not known what order the matches will air in. With that being said, here are the results from tonight’s tapings:

Xplosion

  • The War Kings (Crimson & Jax Dane) defeated Bram & Caleb Konley

IMPACT

  • IMPACT World Champion Johnny Impact heads to the ring and talks about what Killer Kross did to Taya Valkyrie at Homecoming. Brian Cage makes his way out and wants a rematch for the title, but now here comes Kross, leading to a brawl that sees Cage standing tall holding the title
  • Pentagon Jr. & Rey Fenix defeated The Rascalz (Dezmond Xavier & Zachary Wentz)
  • X-Division Champion Rich Swann is interviewed by Josh Mathews and talks about winning the title at Homecoming. Sami Callihan interrupts and offers Swann an oVe shirt, but Willie Mack attacks Callihan before Swann makes a decision
  • Willie Mack defeated Sami Callihan
  • Scarlett Bordeaux makes her way out and says she will announce the winner of her talent search next week, then teases stripping down until The Desi Hit Squad interrupt to belittle her. Scott Steiner comes out and drops them, then gets a lap dance from Scarlett
  • Non-Title: Killer Kross defeated Johnny Impact
  • Tessa Blanchard defeated Cali
  • Eli Drake comes out for a segment, but they’re having technical issues with the power going out and go into a match instead
  • Crazzy Steve defeated Logan James
  • Ethan Page defeated Eddie Edwards by DQ, after the match Eli Drake cuts a promo on Edwards
  • Jordynne Grace w/Kiera Hogan defeated Allie w/Su Yung, after the match the lights go out and when they come back on Rosemary is in the ring
  • KM vs. Caleb Konley ended in a No Contest when Brian Cage hit the ring and laid them both out
  • It’s announced that Killer Kross will get his shot at the IMPACT World Title in Mexico City
  • Rich Swann defeated Trey Miguel, after the match oVe comes out and again tries to get Swann to join them, but its gets interrupted by LAX
  • LAX (Santana & Ortiz) defeated oVe (Dave & Jake Crist)
  • Brian Cage defeated Moose

Results c/o @BenTurpen


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ROH News: First Tag Wars Match Announced For Road To G1 Supercard In Dallas

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Ring Of Honor has revealed the first match for Tag Wars!

Now that Ring Of Honor has put Saturday Night At Center Stage (see spoilers here) and Honor Reigns Supreme (check out Andrew’s Ratings & Notes), their next action comes in Dallas, San Antonio and Houston on January 24th, 25th and 26th for the Road To G1 Supecard.

We already know that all three events will feature the return of Tag Wars, where the winners not only receive an ROH World Tag Team Championship opportunity, but a spot in the NWA’s revived Crockett Cup (more on that here).

Today, ROH has revealed the first match for Tag Wars in Dallas as Brody King and PCO of Villain Enterprises take on The Kingdom’s TK O’Ryan and Vinny Marseglia:

VILLAIN ENTERPRISES TO FACE KINGDOM IN TAG WARS IN DALLAS

The road to Madison Square Garden begins deep in the heart of Texas as the stars of Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro-Wrestling do battle on Road to G1 Supercard – Dallas!

Your favorite stars will be in action, jockeying for position as ROH heads toward 17th Anniversary in Las Vegas, the final stop on the Road to G1 Supercard in Baltimore, and finally, The World’s Most Famous Arena!

The live event in Dallas features Night 1 of Tag Wars, a 12-team tournament for a shot at the ROH World Tag Team Titles at 17th Anniversary on March 15 and a spot in the Crockett Cup, a tag team tournament co-promoted by the NWA and ROH, on April 27.

The first match announced for Tag Wars in Dallas pits PCO and Brody King of the newly formed Villain Enterprises against The Kingdom’s Vinny Marseglia and TK O’Ryan, two-thirds of the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions.

TAG WARS FIRST-ROUND MATCH
VILLAIN ENTERPRISES (PCO AND BRODY KING) vs. THE KINGDOM (VINNY MARSEGLIA AND TK O’RYAN)

Marseglia and O’Ryan learned first-hand why there was so much buzz surrounding PCO and King, who were two of pro wrestling’s hottest free agents before signing with ROH last month.

During ROH’s international television taping in Philadelphia, Kingdom leader Matt Taven, Marseglia and O’Ryan were about to pounce on “The Villain” Marty Scurll, who appeared to have no backup. That’s when the lights went out, and when they came back on, PCO and King were standing alongside Scurll. Villain Enterprises was officially open for business.

A brawl ensued, with Villain Enterprises getting the better of The Kingdom, who quickly retreated.

Villain Enterprises has been undefeated in six-man tag matches since then, including a big victory over ROH World Tag Team Champions Jay and Mark Briscoe and Silas Young at Honor Reigns Supreme Jan. 13 in Concord, N.C. The match in Dallas will be the first traditional tag match for PCO and King in ROH.

PCO and King are both no-nonsense, physical freaks of nature, but Marseglia and O’Ryan have the edge in experience as a team and have shown that they will stop at nothing to attain victory.

Tag Wars kicks off with three tag matches in Dallas and continues with three more tag matches on Jan. 25 in Houston. On Jan. 26 in San Antonio, the winning teams from the first two nights will compete in a pair of three-way tag matches. The two winners of those matches advance to the finals later that night.

All three nights of Road to G1 Supercard in Texas will stream LIVE worldwide for HonorClub. Keep it locked to ROHWrestling.com and the ROH App for first-round match announcements.

ROAD TO G1 SUPERCARD – DALLAS
THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 2019
BELL TIME @ 07:30 PM CT
GILLEY’S DALLAS
1135 S LAMAR ST
DALLAS , TX 75215

ALREADY SIGNED:

TAG WARS FIRST-ROUND MATCH
VILLAIN ENTERPRISES (PCO AND BRODY KING) vs. THE KINGDOM (VINNY MARSEGLIA AND TK O’RYAN)

SIGNED TO APPEAR:

ROH World Champion Jay Lethal
ROH World Tag Team Champions The Briscoes (Jay & Mark Briscoe)
ROH World Television Champion Jeff Cobb
Women of Honor World Champion Kelly Klein
Matt Taven
“The Villain” Marty Scurll
Dalton Castle & The Boys
Flip Gordon
Bandido
Mark Haskins
Kenny King
Shane Taylor
Silas Young
Jonathan Gresham
PLUS MORE!


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WWE News: SmackDown Live Rating Back Up A Bit, Climbs To 2nd In Ranks (1/15/19)

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A look at the rating and ranking for last night’s SmackDown Live!

Over the two weeks where Monday Night RAW gave us pre-taped episodes taking place on the eve of holidays, the red brand’s ratings took a pretty big hit. Meanwhile SmackDown Live was also pre-taped and fell on those holidays, yet didn’t see as bad of a dip.

Last week, the numbers went down for the blue brand however, although it was their first live episode in weeks (check out last week’s numbers here). The numbers are in for this week’s follow-up and with RAW once again showing significant improvement (more on that here), SmackDown Live has gone back up some with a 2.143 rating, increasing 5.46%. Here’s the last four weeks of ratings for the blue brand:

  • December 25th: 1.904
  • January 1st: 2.091
  • January 8th: 2.032
  • January 15th: 2.143

When it comes to the Cable Top 150 Rankings for the 18-49 demographic this week, RAW dominated while SmackDown Live has moved up a couple of spots from last week to number two. However, their share of the demographic actually decreased ever so slightly by .01. Here is Tuesday night’s top five:

  1. The Curse Of Oak Island – History – 0.74
  2. SmackDown Live – USA Network – 0.70
  3. The Haves And Have Nots – Oprah Network – 0.39
  4. The Rachel Maddow Show – MSNBC – 0.38
  5. Body Cam – Investigation Discovery – 0.35

EA’s Take: Most weeks you will catch me trumpeting the fact that week-in and week-out, SmackDown Live has been more consistently the better product than Monday Night RAW. This week, that’s not the case and I don’t think it’s even close. Outside of the incredible Rey Mysterio vs. Andrade match, the blue brand offered nothing that I was interested in. There’s no excuse for it either coming off of pretty hot episode of RAW. I think at this point we can say that as wrestling fans, SmackDown Live is still the better show. However, it very obviously takes more than that to pull in casuals and get the blue brand to beat out RAW.


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