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Andrew’s Impact Wrestling Rebellion 2020 Night 1 Results & Match Ratings

Now we’ve reached the first empty arena show for Impact Wrestling; and it happens to be Night 1, of their Rebellion AXS TV special.

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Now we’ve reached the first empty arena show for Impact Wrestling; and it happens to be Night 1, of their Rebellion AXS TV special.

“Smiley” Kylie Rae faces off against “The Hottest Flame” Kiera Hogan; as the night is capped off with a now Unsanctioned Match, between Sami Callihan and Ken Shamrock.

A part of me is almost disappointed since Impact really steps things up for Pay-Per-Views; conversely, we may finally get a good TV special. So it sucks that they lose the PPV revenue stream, but selfishly…this should be fun.

Let’s hear how the Impact Tag Team champions are spending their quarantine in Canada.

Rebellion Ratings:

  • oVe (Jake & Dave Crist & Madman Fulton) vs Tommy Dreamer, Rhino & Crazzy Steve: Rhino wins via Gore – ** 1/2
  • Dez & Wentz vs XXXL (Acey Romero & Larry D) vs TJP & Fallah Bahh: Dez wins via Spiral Tap – *** 1/4
  • X Division Championship: Ace Austin (c) vs Willie Mack: Mack wins via 6 Star Frog Splash – *** 1/2 – TITLE CHANGE!!
  • Kylie Rae vs Kiera Hogan: Kylie wins via Smile to the Finish – *** 1/2
  • Unsanctioned Match: Ken Shamrock vs Sami Callihan: Shamrock wins via Ankle Lock – ***

 

Rebellion Results:

oVe (Jake & Dave Crist & Madman Fulton) vs Tommy Dreamer, Rhino & Crazzy Steve

Crazzy Steve ends up being a nice surprise since it’s been a couple of years. Jake and Tommy start off, and we get some early comedy. Jake does a kip up, which inspires Tommy to try it himself. After failing twice, he calls for Steve and Rhino to assist him, and he achieves the team assisted kip up.

With the little bit of comedy over, we get a few rotations with each man feeling the other out. Steve bails when Fulton hits the ring, proving he’s “not THAT crazy”; letting Rhino do the heavy lifting. We get a few nice back and forth spots, oVe has nice moments cutting off Dreamer and Steve at different points. Fulton clears the ring, tosses Steve into the rest of people on the outside, Rhino Lariats Fulton out of the ring, hits the Gore on Dave Crist; picking up the win for his team.

After the match we find out that Eddie Edwards and Tessa Blanchard are both not present for the show. Josh FaceTime interviews with Eddie, Eddie is distraught but had to make the decision for his family. So we’re left with questions about what will happen with the World title.

Dez & Wentz vs XXXL (Acey Romero & Larry D) vs TJP & Fallah Bahh

The beginning of this match starts much like you would anticipate from TJP and Dez. The Rascalz duo keeps TJP isolated a bit, some fun Cruiserweight style spots. Fallah tags in right before the commercial, but Acey breaks up the pin as the commercial hits. So XXXL ain’t doing a whole hell of a lot beyond watching so far. But I doubt they have great cardio, so I suppose it’s the logical way to get them to 12-15 minutes.

Just as I say that, we come back from commercial and Larry D is in the match against Fallah. So we got big boy on big boy violence. Acey gets in right before the second break; as XXXL is still in control. Commercial ends and it’s still Acey with Fallah; Fallah does manage the tag to TJP, so the match finally picks up.

Lots of quick action, sliding in and out, not a ton of tags, but everyone gets a signature spot moment. Acey hits the Pounce on Dez, but Dez manages to kick out. A few nice kicks and speed spots from Wentz, capped off with a Springboard Twisting Cutter and then Spiral Tap from Dez; The Rascalz bring home the win. An okay match that was improved by the big move spam for the finishing sequence.

X Division Championship: Ace Austin (c) vs Willie Mack

This was a solid back and forth, however, there were a few miscues. Willie didn’t quite catch Ace for the Samoan Drop, Ace leaned into the Coast to Coast and the Stunner on the top rope looked awkward. There were a ton of huge moves and interesting spots; Ace even played up the heel aspect with the early slow roll and constant powdering.

Willie kicking out of The Fold was great, Madison’s commentary helped any of the slower or awkward spots. Just a really solid match, but it could’ve been a lot better if some moves were hit a little better. Maybe it’s amplified from the empty arena aspect, but it should’ve been better on paper. I’m happy that Willie finally got a belt; but the match disappointed a little.

Kylie Rae vs Kiera Hogan

Kylie starts off with her adorable antics, folding her shirt, trying to be get Kiera to smile, and failing a bit. Kylie pulled off some great mat wrestling and sharp arm drags to give her an early shot at her STF finisher (Smile to the Finish). Kiera went for the Greco Roman Knuckle Lock, and Kylie looks off and says “should I trust her”; so Kiera pops off with “WHO are you talking to”, without missing a beat Kylie says “The cameraman…”. I popped too hard at that; but it starts off with enough personality and solid wrestling to stay invested as we go to the commercial.

This match gets fantastically hard hitting and aggressive. There was a Japanese style fighting spirit forearms spot, traded Superkicks; and a few big corner spots. As the match went on, the smile started to disappear and Kylie was getting more and more angry. Kiera got a little cocky, Kylie picked her ankle and slapped on the STF; didn’t do much smiling to the finish, but Kiera tapped out. Great match, crisp spots and would’ve probably stolen the night if it had a few more minutes.

Unsanctioned Match: Ken Shamrock vs Sami Callihan

So in what started off in the ring; Callihan jumped out immediately to start with out of the ring brawl. There was some trading of blows, before they went to the back; and then we got a cinematic match. Callihan and Dexter Lumis go to the same barber, then he decides to use some of Mr. Fuji’s racist dust; topped off with some nice chain wrestling. By that, I mean he grabbed a chain from a garbage can and tried to take out Shamrock with it.

Shamrock with a little bit of a comeback, but oVe shows up to help out Sami. They call for Sami, Sami shows up – Thumbs Up – Thumbs Down – then he takes out oVe with a baseball bat. So he puts the nail in the oVe coffin, then faces off with Shamrock and they want to finish this. Shamrock says outside, some old Western music starts to play; and it’s framed like a final showdown gun fight.

Sami goes for the Sleeper Hold a few times to try and finish the match; but Shamrock rams him back into a production truck.  Judo throw to follow, Ankle Lock…and Sami passes out. So it wasn’t quite the old gun fighters last stand, but it had a nice feel.

 

Overall Score: 7/10

Now this was interesting in the sense that nothing was bad; but it still felt a little flat. Impact has been benefiting from the last few weeks of Madison on commentary; but the card changes and empty arena just feels weird. Yes yes – there’s a joke in there that this feels like old TNA with an empty arena, but at least the performers put on a damn good show.

Kylie had a great first major showing in Impact, Sami has separated from oVe but he ultimately failed and we have a new X Division champion. Lots of things to like, some things may be taken awkwardly; but really…nothing bad. Should also be interesting how they handle the fact that only Michael Elgin is present for the Championship match.

Maybe an interim situation? Maybe Elgin wins by default? Maybe they find the Dragon Balls and Shenron wishes this all away. Find out next time…on Rebellion Night 2!

 


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AJ’s IMPACT Wrestling Results & Review 4/15/21

AJ fills in to cover his first Impact full show in a hot minute! How does he feel about the product? How is everything building towards Rebellion?

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Oh… Were you guys expecting to see Andrew’s IMPACT? No no…  Much like Matt and Jeff, Matt showed he can work but they just liked Jeff more.

I’m kidding but, yes as Andrew has said in the last IMPACT review, I am taking over IMPACT duties for the foreseeable future. Jazz’s retirement speech along with a lot of other interesting things to come like Omega and Swann with a Press Conference and good amount of matches to come.

What will I think of IMPACT now that they have another “Phenomenal AJ” with them?

Results:

  • TJP vs Josh Alexander – Josh Alexander wins via Butterfly Piledriver – *** ¼
  • Crazzy Steve (w/ Decay)  vs Karl Anderson (w/ Doc Gallows) – Karl Anderson wins via Spinebuster – ** ¾
  • Pick Your Poison: Brian Myers vs Jake Something-  Myers wins via Roster Cut – **
  • Pick Your Poison: Matt Cardona vs Sami Callihan- Sami Callihan wins via Package Piledriver – ** ¾

Review:

TJP vs Josh Alexander

Both men showing more of the technical side of them instead of the X Division we are used to seeing throughout the years but the two are using a good amount of speed against each other, picking up in the later part of the match up. They go to different styles rapidly from technical, to agility, strength and striking too around the end.

Every time TJP goes for an Armbreaker or his signature Octopus, Josh scouts it and gets into an Ankle Lock. TJP also has the move caught and transitions into an STS. TJP goes for a Mamba Splash but it keeps getting countered into the Ankle Lock again. TJP yet again reverses it into an Arm Bar and Josh Alexander realizes that he has to win with something else and breaks the Armbreaker with a Powerbomb and hits a Double Underhook Piledriver to finish off TJP this matchup.

A short promo airs for “Let’s Get Wilde”, showing that Taylor Wilde is returning fairly soon to IMPACT Wrestling.

Crazzy Steve vs Karl Anderson

Karl Anderson gets the advantage very early on, sneak attacking and beating down Steve, even during the break. With every single dirty trick, Crazzy Steve can’t seem to get any form of offense until Karl’s hubris gets in his way. Steve actually getting some fast paced offense going until Gallows interferes enough times for the win.

Was a good match, making sure that the Bullet Club reigns supreme on two shows. That and usually a Pair of Aces is a good way to win as well.

We get to the Swing Plaza and some odds when it comes to the X Division Championship Match at Rebellion. Ace saying he’s the best more a less, TJP actually saying he’s got a good amount of wins against both of them and Josh… getting the math from his friend Little Petey Pump on his three-way chance at Rebellion.

Eddie cuts a promo against Violent By Design with Willie Mack in tow. After Eddie comes with a declaration of war, VBD comes down and tells Eddie that he just wants his beating and says he had nothing to do with beating up Tommy Dreamer at Hardcore Justice. Violent By Design comes to the ropes after Eddie says let’s fight as James Storm and Chris Sabin runs down to even up the odds and challenges them to an Eight Man Tag Team match up for Rebellion.

Before we get Jazz’s Retirement speech, Deanna Purazzo is walking to the ring with Su…san and catches Scott D’More. Scott tells her to not ruin her moment in the ring before cutting to commercial.

Jazz comes out for her retirement speech and says Deanna and Jordynn are the present and future of Women’s Wrestling. After Jazz gives her heart felt speech, Fire n Flava comes out to interrupt and tells them that they don’t care and good riddance until… per Scott D’More and since Jazz never said I’m retired… WE HAVE A TAG TEAM MATCH!

For it being Impromptu, it was still a great feel good moment. Jazz got to go out on top with a Falcon Arrow variant and now official retires after her match. Everyone comes out from the locker room to give their support and love for Jazz.

After the break, Scott tells Fire n Flava that they have to face Jordynn and Jazz for the Tag Titles at Rebellion. They storm off upset but Jazz and Jordynn show up and Jazz says she appreciates it but, she is a woman of her word and will be retired but… she will get a substitute for Jordynn for the match.

Pick your Poison starts for Cardona and Myers as they pick each other’s opponent tonight. Myers is in the ring first and Cardona picks Jake Something.

Brian Myers vs Jake Something

Jake takes it to Myers really on, out powering and out muscling Myers before Myers powders out and runs away from Jake in order to bait him into a Roster Cut for the win.

After the match, Myers says that it’s hard to see with the eyepatch but it’s harder to see in the dark as Myers picks Sami Callihan to face Matt Cardona.

Matt Cardona vs Sami Callihan

Sami jumps Cardona early on before the bell and once we get started, Cardona hits a Rough Ry… Leg Lariat. He hit’s a leg lariat for the two count. Both men striking hard and beating each other down, in and outside of the ring, mistakes are what changes things from both men where Sami takes too much time and Cardona gets too angry and gets sloppy in his moves. No matter what, neither men can get an advantage until Cardona gets his adrenaline pumping, hitting Radio Silence to Sami but kicks out.

After some counters to take Matt Cardona’s cheap tactics by Sami Callihan to get the upper hand and the win, thumb in the eye of Cardona and into a Package Piledriver.

Aftermath: Sami tells Trey Miguel to come out and talk to him. Trey has a chip on his shoulder and tells Sami that he wants nothing to do with him. Sami tries to tell Trey that he is proud of Trey for taking the opportunity at Hardcore Justice because Sami was the one to take out Tommy Dreamer in the main event and that’s where Trey goes to attack Sami but you do not mess with a dangerous man, especially one that uses a chair to prove a point. Sami dismantles Trey with the chair but Trey keeps standing after the beatdown.

FinJuice has a promo against The Good Brothers saying that they are going to prove that they are the best and better than what the Good Brothers say they are.

The press conference begins and Kenny Omega is…. late it seems as the questions start for Rich Swann, if he can handle the challenge and answers the best way I could think. As they ask the questions about being Champion for both companies and their commitments that will happen and make sure there is a definitive winner, Kenny finally shows up and the questions for them begin. Don gets questioned about his loyalty to IMPACT and his devotion to Kenny Omega and if there will be a backlash for it and Callis gets sick of his only question as he praises Omega again so he can talk. Kenny Omega speaks on how he is used to this type of thing, big match, dress to impress and then starts to insult Rich Swann, saying he’s not on his level and he doesn’t belong on this platform.

He says this is the last time he will be cordial, that the next time he sees Rich is in the ring and goes to shake his hand… but paint brushes him instead as a fight closes out the show.

Final Thoughts:

Now… I do love IMPACT. I really do and enjoyed a lot of the moments in the night, from Cardona and Myers trying to outwit each other, the VBD vs IMPACT Soldiers to get a match at Rebellion all the way to Callihan and Trey’s confrontation. All of this will play out perfectly as the set up for Rebellion’s card on the 25th. Bound to see some great matches and this is my first time giving my opinions and thoughts on IMPACT on this platform and we might even get more as they added Trey vs Sami in a Last Man Standing Match, Jordynn Grace and a Mystery Partner against Fire n Flava along with Violent By Design against the IMPACT faithful.

All of that being said however, am I the only one that really and truly… not giving even a modicum of care about the Title vs Title Match for Rebellion? It’s going to be Kenny. All fingers point to Kenny. They even said there is going to be an All Elite Wrestling Referee there to make sure it’s a definite match. They are making it seem like Rich is just so insignificant on his own show that he is representing as their Undisputed World Champion. I know I usually don’t get on my soap box during reviews but I can say without a shadow of a doubt… I really don’t care about this match and I know I’m going to cover it in two Sundays. Try to impress me. Make me give a damn about this match IMPACT. You have a week.


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Andrew’s Impact Hardcore Justice Results & Match Ratings: 4.10.2021

Tommy Dreamer is the Executive in Charge of Wrestling! E-C-Dub! Hardcore Justice kicks off! Does Deonna Purrazzo end Jazz’s career?

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Tommy Dreamer is the Executive in Charge of Wrestling! E-C-Dub! Hardcore Justice kicks off! Does Deonna Purrazzo end Jazz’s career?

We have the major story of Jazz putting her career up, but the rest of the card is a bunch of ECW style throwbacks. Charily Legal is one of my favorite dumb names for a Chairs match. Blind Games had an amusing set up, and the whole X Division mystery tag could be fun.

I’m curious if we’ll get any old school ECW performers on this PPV aside from Dreamer and Jazz. So let’s see where Impact’s WrestleMania week show goes!

Ratings:

  • Mystery Partner Triple Threat Tag Match: Ace Austin & Madman Fulton vs TJP & Fallah Bahh vs Josh Alexander & Petey Williams: Alexander wins via Ankle Lock w/Grapevine – *** ¾
  • Chairly Legal: Shera vs Hernandez: Shera wins via Rohit Chairshot – **
  • Doc Gallows w/Karl Anderson vs Black Taurus w/Rosemary & Crazzy Steve: Gallows wins via Double Hand Sitout Chokeslam – ***
  • Crate American Bash: Johnny Swinger vs Matt Cardona: Cardona wins via Radio Silence – ***
  • Open Challenge: Sami Callihan vs Sam Beale: Callihan via Package Piledriver – N/A
  • Blind Games Match: Brian Myers vs Jake Something: Jakes wins via Blackhole Slam – ** ½
  • Number 1 Contender: Knockouts Hardcore Gauntlet: Rosemary vs Tenille Dashwood vs Jordynne Grace vs Alisha Edwards vs Havok vs Su-Yung: Tenille wins – ***
  • Title vs Career: Knockouts Championship: Jazz vs Deonna Purrazzo (c): Purrazzo retains via Cosa Nostra – *** ¼
  • Hardcore Wars: Team Dreamer (Tommy Dreamer, Eddie Edwards, Rich Swann & Willie Mack) vs Team VBD (Eric Young, Rhino, Joe Doering & Deaner): EY wins via Piledriver – *** ½

 

Results:

Mystery Partner Triple Threat Tag Match: Ace Austin & Madman Fulton vs TJP & Fallah Bahh vs Josh Alexander & Petey Williams

This was a crazy fun match where TJP and Fallah faced the Canadians for a good bit of the match, which is perfect strategy from the heel team to let the others try to gas themselves out. Fulton gets to put on a little bit of a show, as he does more athletic set ups for charges and corner attacks than we’ve really seen from the big man.

TJP and Petey had some fun interactions, as did most of the X Division sized wrestlers. Fallah and Fulton took turns taking each other out, and allowing the X Division guys to shine against one another. Fulton had some fun displays of power where TJP was on his back and he still Chokeslammed TJP and Alexander at the same time. Just a lot of fun crazy action that rarely stopped moving.

TJP went for the Mamba Splash on Josh Alexander, but Alexander got the knees up. Petey hits a Canadian Destroyer on TJP. Attempts one on Fallah, but that’s not really smart. Petey moves before the big man drops down on him, which allows to Alexander to take advantage and lock in the Ankle Lock for the win over Fallah.

Chairly Legal: Shera vs Hernandez

This was the usual power guys with weapons kind of match. Chairshots, chairs in the corners, suplexes on piles of chairs. Just the usual fun things in a hardcore match, but it wasn’t exactly captivating. The rub came in when Rohit slides into the ring, lays out Hernandez with a chairshot and then tells Shera to pin him.

Shera and Rohit seems to have an understanding now.

Doc Gallows w/Karl Anderson vs Black Taurus w/Rosemary & Crazzy Steve

Taurus is reeling for a lot of this match. Gallows tosses him around, hits a few Big Boots and Anderson makes his presence felt a bit through the match. Black Taurus manages to comeback a little bit using his agility mixed with the fact he’s not a small guy.

A 619 and Crossbody give Taurus an opening, but due to Karl’s general interference, Crazzy Steve not being overly effective; Gallows catches Taurus after a distraction, Double Handed Choke Bomb and Taurus is done!

The Good Brothers try to gain some traction before the FinJuice rematch.

Crate American Bash: Johnny Swinger vs Matt Cardona

A mystery crate match with a fun reference of name! Given that Swinger is involved there’s a solid bit of gimmick. Swinger goes to some of the crates to find toys. A Scott Hall picture gets pulled out, a Rat Trap is in the second crate (which yeah, that’s funny as hell given that he uses older lingo and has talked about rats before), the third one Cardona opens and doesn’t reveal, while Swinger finds knuckles in the last crate. When Swinger tries to use them, Cardona hits Radio Silence and we’re done!

The match was entertaining just a lot of gimmicks and references. After winning the Swinger-ellas look shocked and Cardona walks away with the third crate, just smiling and never revealing what’s in it. IF it’s the damn wad of money again…sheesh they need to end that.

ImpactPlus Flashback Moment: Hardcore Justice 2010: Sabu vs RVD w/Bill Alfonzo

Good use of acknowledgment since nWo and RVD got inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this week. Impact tends to use their old footage fairly well.

Open Challenge: Sami Callihan vs Sam Beale

Let’s be aware, this whole match was to enhance the story between Sami and Trey. Beale was abused, bitten and had joints stretched. He nearly pulled off the upset with a flash Small Package, but we knew where this was all going.

He fought hard, but this match wasn’t about him. Sami eats his lunch and the match is over. Nice to see Sami got a workout in.

Blind Games Match: Brian Myers vs Jake Something

The match was amusing watching them stumble about trying to find each other. Some random stuff and few weapon strikes make things odd. Myers bumps the referee, lifts the blindfold, beats on Jake a bit and then drops the blindfold to make it seem like he didn’t cheat.

Before Myers can finish things, Cardona’s music hits, and he walks out with the crate. Cardona distracts Myers a little, slides the crate to Something, Something cracks the crate over Myers’ head and action figures spill out. Blackhole Slam, and then Jake wins.

While the match was awkward, the finish was great. This should kick off Myers finally accepting Cardona’s challenge.

Number 1 Contender: Knockouts Hardcore: Rosemary vs Tenille Dashwood vs Jordynne Grace vs Alisha Edwards vs Havok vs Su-Yung

Okay so let’s work with the abridged version since this was a cluster. Susan comes out first, and then gets demon attacked and become Su Yung. Tenille NOPES out of the entire ring early as Havok and Rosemary look elated to get Su back.

Alisha tried at multiple different times in this match and wasn’t terrible, she even pulled out her own Kendo Stick, Kendra, Kenny’s wife. As she goes off with stick, Su Yung grabs her and takes her to the back. So maybe Alisha will succumb to darkness or something.

Havok and Jordynne go back and forth in a solid exchange, then as Havok goes to the top rope, Nevaeh appears, throws some pocket sand at Havok and Havok crashes to the mat. Kaleb pulls out Jordynne Grace, hits a Superkick and Tenille pins Havok for the win! Pocket Sand and Superkicks!

Title vs Career: Knockouts Championship: Jazz vs Deonna Purrazzo (c)

Jazz opens up quickly with a Spinning Back Kick, drops Deonna but only for an early 2 count. Deonna retreats to the ropes, manages to grab Jazz’s arm and starts working in the technical heel shortcuts. Arm Wringers, Stun Guns, Launchers into the ropes, and just staying on top of working Jazz over on the mat.

Jazz eventually fights out of the corner, and puts a few moves together. An X Factor gets Jazz a near fall, and Deonna finally starts getting frustrated. Some timely strikes open up Deonna’s defenses, but Deonna stems the tide. Paradise Lock in the ropes gave Deonna an edge guarding advantage. She caught Jazz with a few shots, forcing Jazz to come back in through a flurry of kicks and stomps.

Jazz fights through one last time, hits a few strikes, a Samoan Drop and looks to finish things, but Deonna catches her, floats through and attempts the Fujiwara. Jazz fights out to the ropes and Deonna gets mad and says she’s ending this, Deonna sets up her Gotch Style Piledriver known as Cosa Nostra, lands the move and ends Jazz’s career!

Hardcore Wars: Team Dreamer (Tommy Dreamer, Eddie Edwards, Rich Swann & Willie Mack) vs Team VBD (Eric Young, Rhino, Joe Doering & Deaner)

So with Dreamer getting jumped in the back and the doctor says he’s not cleared, we all get to go into the tank and think of fun replacements. Deaner and Eddie start off, and we continue where the IMPACT! match left off, since Deaner has done a great job reinventing himself.

Rhino is next in typical team fashion where the heels keep the early advantage. Willie Mack evens things up, Doering dominates a few people, Rich makes a big push actually equalizing Doering even though he’s smaller to help get across his ability leading towards the Omega match. Then we get to the end, where EY gets the troops together to take over, and the final for Dream Team is…Trey Miguel…vomits in my mouth, of all the things, it could’ve been Sabu or anything else…ugh.

Trey does some things that looks stupid, then we get to a Tower of Doom variation. I don’t like Tower of Dooms, but the fact we have Willie, Rich and Eddie trying to suplex EY, then Doering Triple Powerbombs them, taking EY over as well. So it makes Doering look great. Doering puts Eddie on a table, looks to drop an Elbow from the apron, but Trey hits a Meteora into Doering, as they crash through Eddie and the table.

VBD triple team Willie, Willie fights the good fight for a moment, but then the numbers catch up EY Piledrivers Willie and VBD win.

So Trey continues to underwhelm, which is nice for the Sami story. Maybe Sami can make him stop sucking. It’s a tall task…but who knows.

 

Overall Score: 6.75/10

Well we knew the only really big aspect to this was if it was going to be Jazz’s career or the crowning of a new Knockouts Champion, but the rest of the show was definitely entertaining. Though some of the in-ring action was lacking at times, finishes were fun, the way the stories fed into each other worked well and I was generally amused by how the show went off.

Jazz’s career coming to an end is a little bittersweet, but the fact she was going to retire a little unceremoniously a few months ago, lends a little importance to this run since she got a tad bit more exposure than just peacing out in obscurity after dropping the NWA World Women’s title.

So there we go, fun show, people that needed to be protected were, a new number 1 contender for the Knockouts title and VBD got a much needed win.


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