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Andrew’s Impact Wrestling Results & Match Ratings 1.5.21

New Year, so Impact is finally back to normal shows! Can Jazz and Jordynne Grace move on to the Knockouts Tag Finals? Will Sami and Eddie end their rivalry or just continue to stoke the fire?

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The first real Impact Wrestling in a couple weeks and we’ve got two things of note! We learn who the other team to make the finals of the Knockouts Tag Tournament are and we might get a resolution to the Sami Callihan/Eddie Edwards saga!

Beyond that we might have something X Division related since the Super X Cup was recently announced, Moose has to kill an extra for tearing his suit and I guess there’s more AEW cringe we have to sit through for the sake of ratings.

Allow Impact the opportunity to knock on your door…or…be the door…be the opportunity…OH SHOVE IT! Watch the show and this clip is another highlight of how well Tenille and Kaleb have been able to utilize their new personalities.

Ratings:

  • KC Navarro vs Blake Christian vs Ace Austin w/Madman Fulton vs Crazzy Steve: Steve wins via King Kill 33 – ** ½
  • Cody Deaner & Joe Doering vs Rhino & Cousin Jake: Cody wins via DDT – ** ¾
  • Jordynne Grace & Jazz vs Havok & Nevaeh: Havok wins via Tombstone Piledriver – *** ¼
  • 3 Minute Challenge: Moose vs Matthew Palmer: Matthew Palmer lasts the 3 minutes – N/A
  • Sami Callihan vs Eddie Edwards: No Contest – ***

 

Results:

KC Navarro vs Blake Christian vs Ace Austin w/Madman Fulton vs Crazzy Steve

We get a Super X Cup preview, or at least 4 of the competitors. This was really just done to establish that Ace is a favorite and to showcase Blake and KC a little. Blake definitely showed out, and I’m aware of how good he is from his time on NJPW Strong as well as his decent run in this past year’s Super J Cup.

Ace pulled out a nice Fosbury Flop, but Steve wasn’t taken seriously from the start, and turned up to play spoiler. As the other three were basically ignoring him, he set himself up to take advantage and hit the King Kill 33 for a surprise momentum win!

Sami cuts a decent promo basically warning Eddie about the carnage later and telling Alisha to not show up to the ring.

We get another cringy AEW “paid” commercial. The only thing that makes these entertaining is Schiavone.  Followed up by some Callis, Omega and Good Brothers on the bus. These are getting so dumb to the point where they are almost amusing in how terribly amateur they are. I usually like videos under the amateur category, but this ain’t quite there yet.

Cody Deaner & Joe Doering vs Rhino & Cousin Jake

Cody Deaner comes out with a whole new American History X style. So a maniac, a bald dude and a cowboy…if this don’t scream hailing from a red state, I don’t know what does.

We see the new more aggressive Cody, and he dominates a fairly reluctant Jake. Jake keeps trying to appeal to Cody’s senses, but he just eats a beating for it. Doering comes in for a little bit of offense  then we head to a commercial. Coming back, Cody is legal again but Jake finally gets a little space to tag in Rhino.

Rhino stabilizes things a little, brings Jake back in, and then we see Eric Young’s usefulness. A distraction and Cody with the low blow right in Jake’s Deaner Beaners! DDT after the low blow and the red hat warriors win the match!

Tommy Dreamer comes out to stop the post-match beat down and challenge them to a trios match at Hard to Kill. Solid promo from Dreamer, but it’s nothing he hasn’t said the last 5 years.

Jordynne Grace & Jazz vs Havok & Nevaeh

Nevaeh bumped around a lot to make Jazz and Jordynne look great, but Havok was a big difference maker. This was a great back and forth struggle since neither woman is petite or weak. Jazz pulled off her jab/cross combination, it looked like her and Jordynne were gelling when they knocked Havok down together for a near fall, but it was short lived.

Havok dumped out Jordynne, ate a little offense from Jazz and then Tombstoned her into the mat.

I’m a little surprised Jazz at the pin, but with how Jordynne reacted, I think it’s just leading to a singles match between Jazz and Jordynne.

Well we see Jazz and Jordynne, and it’s all love. Jordynne hypes up Jazz for not missing a beat and asks her, respectfully, to have a match at Genesis. Jazz agrees, this should be a good one.

Japanese Sarah Palin???

3 Minute Challenge: Moose vs Matthew Palmer

Well this was an amusing enough squash, where Moose was toying with his food. So when there was about 20 seconds left, Willie Mack showed up to distract Moose and help the jobber win!

Adds nice heat to the I Quit match and it’s always nice to see the jobber win occasionally.

Karate Man versus Ethan Page at Hard to Kill!? NO WAY! Too much Cobra Kai for Ethan Page.

Sami Callihan vs Eddie Edwards

Eddie drags Sami out of the back immediately and the fight begins with little hesitation. We get a heavy outside brawl, and this is supposed to be a normal match. The referee keeps trying to implore them to bring it in the ring, so the match can officially start, but it’s a hardcore match for the most part.

Chairs, ring bells, baseball bats, guardrails, all of the usual basic “extreme” fixings. After they beat the hell out of one another, Sami throws Eddie in the ring, he follows, the match officially starts; and we get successive elbows and forearm smashes. The drive to the corner, Eddie rains down elbows, the ref tries to break it up, Eddie pushes him. Sami switches the position, rains down his own elbows, then he pushes the referee. They move to the center of the ring trying to gauge the other’s eyes out, the ref tries to stop things, they push him down in tandem.

The referee is sick of this, declares a no contest and stomps off. A little more action, before Eddie grabs the baseball bat and looks to make good on the eye injury from a few years ago. But Sami pushes his phone, reveals that Alisha is locked up in a warehouse area, and Eddie runs off. We go to a cinematic portion where Eddie finds her, but Ken Shamrock is lying in wait for the ambush.

Eddie gets beat down, tied to the caged area with barbed wire and left limp while Alisha is increasingly more pissed off. We’re not done here, but it did reintroduce Ken Shamrock.

 

Overall Score: 7.25/10

 This actually did a few things quite right to correct awkward early missteps. The fact that Swann and the Guns poked fun at the Bullet Club members, charged at the bus and generally tried to take some control of their own damn show; it showed at least some fire to not allow AEW to run roughshod just to spike ratings. Also I’ve learned that the Good Brothers particular style of toilet humor makes Omega’s terrible acting and spastic approach more tolerable, at least to me.

Joe Doering finally had official in ring action, Jazz is set for a decent profile singles match with Jordynne, the Knockouts Tags will be won by a legit team, Willie got a small edge on Moose and Sami went to lengths to make sure that the Eddie Edwards feud is far from over.

Genesis should actually be entertaining, even though I really don’t like an Impact special the week before a PPV. But, setting up things for Hard to Kill seems to be coming together nicely. OH, and – WHAT THE F@|< is a Susan?!


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Who wins THE WrestleMania main event?

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WrestleMania 37’s two night adventure reaches its conclusion!

After an epic first night, how can WrestleMania 37 possibly get any greater? Perhaps with Daniel Bryan VS Edge VS Roman Reigns for the Universal title! Will the Head of the Table still be at the helm of the WWE?

OFFICIAL RESULTS

  • Randy Orton VS The Fiend w/ Alexa Bliss; wins.
  • WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships: Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler w/ Reginald VS Natalya & Tamina; win and
  • Kevin Owens VS Sami Zayn; wins.
  • WWE United States Championship: Matt Riddle VS Sheamus; wins and
  • WWE Intercontinental Championship Nigerian Drum Fight: Big E VS Apollo Crews; wins and
  • Raw Women’s Championship: Asuka VS Rhea Ripley; wins and
  • WWE Universal Championship Triple Threat: Roman Reigns w/ Paul Heyman VS Edge VS Daniel Bryan; wins and

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It’s the WrestleMania 37 Night Two Kickoff Show!

Join Kayla Braxton, Booker T, Jerry “The King” Lawler, JBL and Peter Rosenberg for yet another round of discussing, analyzing and predicting the action tonight!

 

 


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AJ’s WrestleMania 37 Night One Results & Review 4/10/21

AJ continues with the WWE coverage this Mania week! Night 1 of WrestleMania may have been rain delayed; but did that dampen the excitement?

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Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls. Children of all ages… WrestleMania is finally upon us once again and this time we are for real going to have it at my champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers stadium, Raymond James  and we get fans involved! We will hear the cheers, the boos and of course the ugly in the whole the but it’s still the grandest stage of them all. We have some decent matches for night one that will take place, sadly a thunder storm but if we know Vince McMahon, that’s not going to stop him.

Welcome to the Thirty-Seventh installment of WrestleMania!!!!!!!!

Results:

  • Drew McIntryre vs Bobby Lashley(c) for the WWE Championship:  Bobby Lashley wins via Hurt Lock – ****  – TITLE DEFENSE!!!!!
  • Tag Team Turmoil: Naomi & Lana vs Carmella & Billie Kay vs The Riott Squad vs Dana Brooke & Mandy Rose vs Tamina & Natalya: Tamina wins by last Elimination the Riott Squad – ** ½
  • Seth Rollins vs Cesaro: Cesaro wins via Gotch Neutralizer – *** ¼
  • AJ Styles & Omos vs The New Day(c) for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championships:  Omos wins via Two-Handed Chokeslam – ***TITLE CHANGE!!!
  • Steel Cage: Braun Strowman vs Shane McMahon: Braun Strowman wins via Running Powerslam – ** ¼
  • Bad Bunny & Damien Priest vs Miz & John Morrison: Bad Bunny wins via Electric Chair Crossbody combination – *** ¼
  • Bianca Belair vs Sasha Banks(c) for the WWE SmackDown Wom0n’s Championship: Bianca Belair wins via KOD – ****TITLE CHANGE!!!

 

Review:

Drew McIntyre vs Bobby Lashley

Both men try to get a strength advantage with a Collar & Elbow tie up before breaking it and going to holds now and still getting even ground. Now both men get some fighting in the corner going, delivering punches and strikes until they go to the outside where Lashley takes control and ragdolls McIntyre into the barricades before tossing Drew back in. Lashley keeps the onslaught on Drew and gets a quick pin attempt for a one and continues to get the beat down on the former champ. Lashley gets a lot of steam going as he goes to do another shoulder tackle into the corner, only to miss and Drew targets the arm of Bobby. Momentum shifting into Drew’s favor as Drew getting things going for him, suplexes and strikes galore as he goes for the Future Shock DDT. Lashley puts Drew into the corner to get separation but Drew catches the strike attempt and catches lashley into Northern Lights Suplex for a nearfall.

Bobby gets a reversal into a slam, a near fall and both men get some signature moves in. Drew hits the Glasgow Kiss and Bobby hits back with a one handed Spinebuster. After another near fall, Drew gets caught in a Hurt Lock but gets out of it quickly as they both go to the corner. Drew getting the swing this time and lands a good ol’ Alabama Slamma for a near fall of his own before trying to set up a sky-high superplex to the champion. Lashley fights off the attempt as Drew gets a Kimora Lock in to weaken the arm, Lashley fights him off again, catching Drew into a Tree of Woe but Drew sits up to launch Bobby in a Belly- To Belly. Lashley hits another one armed Spinebuster until Drew kips up and tells him to bring it, delivering a trifecta of Future Shock DDTs for a two count.

Drew in shock but goes to the corner, doing the countdown to the Claymore but Lashley rolls out of the ring. Drew tapping into a little bit of Undertaker and does a Tope Con Hilo to take MVP and Bobby out and takes Lashley back to the ring, setting up for something in from the top. Lashley catches the challenger and goes to apply another Hurt Lock but Drew runs out of the way to stun Lashley. As Lashley goes to do another Spinebuster, Drew rolls it into a Kimura Lock, perfectly on before Lashley inches slowly to the ropes to kick out. Lashley now, getting his aggression out, taking it to McIntyre in the corner until Drew gets separation, going for another Claymore until MVP distracts the former champion and misses the Claymore for Lashley to get the Hurt Lock in. Drew looked impressive to break out but Lashley didn’t break when Drew pushed off the corner and passes out from the pressure.

Tag Team Turmoil

Naomi & Lana vs Carmella & Billie Kay to start off the gauntlet style matchup as Naomi and Lana take the early advantage against Carmella. Carmella gets a tag onto Billie Kay but the advantage is still Lana and Naomi. When all four get in for chaos, Billie Kay goes for a roll up and beat Naomi and Lana for the next team to come out…

Riott Squad come out and take it to Billie early on but Carmella gets a tag and starts a beat down against Liv Morgan. Ruby breaks up the pin attempt but as Billie goes for the same pin attempt, the ref catches it and the Riott Squad get a tag and the advantage as Billie Kay gets brutalized, pinned and Carmella starts to beat up Liv before the next team come in…

Dana and Mandy come out and Ruby fights the two alone from the beat down as the fresher team gets things going and Liv barely gets a break of a pin attempt as Mandy and Dana work Ruby’s neck now. As Mandy cuts the ring off from Ruby, Ruby starts to fight out of the corner and gets Liv into the match now as they start the beat down of Mandy Rose. As the Riott Squad lose the advantage, Rose and Brooke get some damage with a superplex and Swanton combination but Liv gets a reversal on Dana and get the pinfall.

Natalya and Tamina are the last two to get in the match up and start the powerhouse assault on the Riott Squad. The two getting the best of the most tenured tag team in the whole match up as Liv tries to break out of their grasp. Ruby gets the tag and hit the codebreaker/senton combination to Tamina only for a two though and Tamina gets the advantage back, gets the tag to Natalya and they hit a Hart Attack. Natalya looks to get the Sharpshooter but changes her mind and tags Tamina in for the Superfly Splash to get the Day Two Tag Team Championship opportunity.

Seth Rollins vs Cesaro-

Cesaro goes quick into the offense with an Uppercut and goes for the Swing early but Seth rushes out and panics with Cesaro getting more and more of a beat down. Cesaro getting a good amount of offense going as Seth starts to target Cesaro’s arm and starts to pick things up after with his Superplex/Falcon Arrow combo after getting distance. Seth getting cocky again as he tries to take it to Cesaro but the Swiss Cyborg gets his strikes in again, taking down Seth with Uppercuts and goes for the swing again constantly, first time gets countered into a cradle, second time Seth gets to the ropes but the third time is the charm for nine rotations of the Swing and Sharpshooter. Seth breaks out of the hold and moves out of another Uppercut attempt from the corner, hurting Cesaro’s arm again as Rollins gets his high offense in, knees, Slingblades and a 360 Splash but nothing keeps Cesaro down. Seth tries for a ripcord knee but Cesaro changes it into a Neutralizer and a two count. Rollins crawls to the ropes and gets his legs grabbed again for yet ANOTHER Swing but flips out of it, into a Pedigree but fails to get the victory again.

Rollins gets his speech in about being God as he hits Cesaro in time to set up the Curb Stomp. Rollins gets caught into a Uppercut (second best Stomp counter) and takes Rollins spinning, first with a no handed Airplane Spin, Giant Swing and finishes it with a Neutralizer.

(Now get my Red and Pewter out of my sight on Rollins. They are winners unlike you tonight, Seth.)

New Day vs AJ Styles and Omos-

We… are getting Omos to start off against Kofi…? Oh no. New Day goaded AJ to start.

Kofi and AJ using their speed to go off and do some of their big moves or attempt them as AJ thinks he gets an advantage but Kofi gets it, with a slam and near fall, teasing AJ after a beat down as the champs get frequent tags, even getting a Unicorn Stampede off before Xavier holds AJ down for a bit. They keep teasing Omos to tag in but to no avail, New Day beating AJ down more. Kofi goes to tease AJ to get to tag AJ but tags Woods in to cut him off from tagging Omos. After a flurry from AJ to separate from Woods, Kofi tags himself in and fights AJ from tagging the big man in until AJ separates himself from the two and realizes, “I can tag the big man…? I CAN TAG THE BIG MAN!”

Omos comes in and Xavier can’t knock Omos down as Kofi tries to tag in and chop down the big man as The New Day… well to quote the remake of The Longest Yard… they shit themselves. Omos dismantles and smashes The New Day in the ring. Omos basically is breaking them apart as AJ flings over Omos for a Phenomenal Forearm and Omos two handed Chokeslams Kofi down for the win… Jesus Christ. They made him look like a billion dollars in the ring tonight.

Braun Strowman vs Shane McMahon-

As Braun comes in second, Elias and Ryker goes and beats Strowman down with chairs before the bell and Shane tells them to bring Braun in for it to start.

Shane grabs one of the chairs and beats Braun down with the chair over and over, going for a quick win and escaping but Braun, limping, stops Shane and taking more strikes from Shane for a good amount, limping and weakened as Shane breaks sheet metal from the top of the cage to continue the beat down and near fall. Braun now taking the fight to Shane as he stops Shane from escaping and tossing Shane into the cage walls over and over as Shane gets Braun’s hands now before getting squashed between the cage walls. Braun gets the full advantage in the match until his legs give out from earlier and Shane slides out, doing a swinging DDT and setting Braun up to go from Florida all the way to Cali with the Coast to Coast for a second near fall. Ryker and Elias climb the outside to get Shane out but Strowman runs into the cage to loosen all three of them. More offense goes on before Shane gets away and climbs out almost until he pisses off Braun and… gets caught, pulling the cage apart and dragging Shane back in. Braun getting a bright idea as he props Shane up on the cage, going up himself before Braun launches Shane off the cage and climbs back in, stumbling and standing up for himself and everyone who was bullied that’s watching before hitting a Running Powerslam for the win.

We get a small break for the cage to be taken down to honor the inductees to the 2020 Hall of Fame, Shatner, Liger, JBL, The Bella Twins, The British Bulldog, Titus O’Neal with the Warrior Award and the New World Order, Waltman, Hall, Nash and Hogan.

Bad Bunny & Damien Priest vs Miz & John Morrison-

Priest and Miz start it off and Miz goes to the corner and goads Bunny to come in and tags in as they walk around a little bit and Miz being an ass saying he can get the first shot as Bad Bunny pops Miz down. Bunny actually goes for a waist lock as Miz swings wild, Bunny ducks and gets another jab in before Miz gets pissed off and both of them trade blows in the corner of the ring before Miz gets the advantage, taking Bad Bunny into one corner and gets cocky a little before getting countered and Bunny flings Miz down with an arm drag. Miz rolls out and gets caught INTO A LA MAGISTAL AND A NEAR FALL! Miz had to get cheap after a a short pep talk with Morrison as Bad Bunny showing he’s better than Enzo with the rope spot. Bunny gets the advantage again as he slides under the ropes and does a well done Tilt-A-Whirl Head Scissor on Miz before tagging Morrison and getting some control in the match for M&M.

Miz gets back in and taunts Damien Priest by putting Bad Bunny in a headlock, inches away from Priest until Bunny gets some fight in him, dropping Morrison from the apron and almost getting to Priest, countering Miz’s stop with a Sunset Flip but getting beaten down after the pin attempt. Miz and Morrison take it to Bunny on the outside a bit. Morrison gets tagged in and taunts Booker T with a Spinarooni (A perfect one at that) as the tag to Miz gets in and Priest tries to get the crowd amped up. Miz cheap shots Priest and takes the ref’s attention away as M&M just keep embarrassing Bad Bunny with kicks in the corner. Miz gets cocky again and goes for his signature clothesline in the corner but Bunny stops him, dropping Morrison’s attack from the apron and hits a Tornado DDT onto Miz as he finally tags Damien Priest.

Damien goes to both men with his speed and strength, suplexing Miz into Morrison and hitting a chokeslam into a nearfall as all four men now get in the ring. Stereo Falcon Arrows, Damien Priest getting his step up Tope Con Hilo and Bunny with a crossbody. Priest gets Miz into the ring and Miz counters it into a Skull Crushing Finale into a pinfall. Bad Bunny goes to break it up and almost gets a tag in before Morrison pulls Bunny down. Bad Bunny having none of it from Morrison, hits a God Damn Destroyer as Priest props Miz up, gets the tag and lands a crossbody on the Miz for the win.

(Okay… Bad Bunny actually impressed me. Showed he cared. I give him props for that. I really do.)

Bianca Belair vs Sasha Banks-

Both women size each other up for Collar & Elbows and Sasha shoves Bianca down, getting the trash talk started before Bianca kips up and shows a good amount of her –est’s, being Strong, Quick, Fast against Sasha as Sasha gets annoyed and gets caught by Bianca, rolling her out of the ring as Bianca goes to the outside. After some fighting on the apron, Sasha goes for a good suicide dive attempt but Bianca catches her and carries her to the ring as the match gets back to the ring. Bianca gets her usually offense going but Sasha actually grabs the hair of Bianca during the cartwheel and takes control this time around, getting her edge back and weakening the challenger. Sasha takes her to the corner and goes for the double knee attempt from the apron before Bianca catches her and drops her on her shoulder as they both go to the outside. Bianca’s hair gets caught by Sasha and Bianca takes control on the outside before the ref gets to 8 and both come back in. Bianca showed off her strength this time after a cradle attempt and does an impressive amount of time on a stalling suplex. Sasha keeps using Bianca’s hair to try to stop her after the Suplex but Bianca uses her hair as a ripcord effect into a clothesline. Sasha gets beat down from a Standing Shooting Star and getting propped into the corner as Belair goes for a 450 attempt from the top rope and Sasha counters, getting the momentum change momentarily.

Bianca catches some of Sasha’s high speed offense and does powerbomb pinfalls as Sasha kicks out of the first two, reversing the third with an X-Factor and taking control back with a Tornado DDt for another near fall. Banks now goes to the top for a Frog Splash. Sasha gets her anger and ruthlessness to wrap Bianca’s hair around her opponent into a Bank Statement and somehow, Bianca powers through and gets to the ropes before Sasha starts stopping on Bianca’s face after the break. Banks keeps going with the trash talking but Bianca shoves her into the corner post with some Shoulder Tackles and sets her up for a Superplex. Sasha fights her off and attempts a cartwheel kick before Sasha grabs the feet into a Tree of Woe position to land a Meteora. Sasha misses the first one, goes to a knee strike from the Tree as Bianca sits up so Sasha lands knees first into the turnbuckle and eats a 450 Splash for a near fall. Sasha tries to get control again after but gets whipped in the midsection with Bianca’s hair and after a fight to swing around, Bianca grabs Sasha up and lands the Kiss Of Death to win her first Women’s Championship in WWE.

Overall Score: 8/10

Well not too bad for the first fan attended event for WWE… barring NXT of course. Bad Bunny showed he can actually care about wrestling, wasn’t expecting a Canadian Destroyer… or I guess Puerto Rican Destroyer. Cesaro gets his moment, Bianca gets her moment. AJ Styles is now a Grand Slam Champion and every match except for the Tag Team Turmoil thing was pretty solid. I actually can’t wait for night two of Mania. Did it match Stand and Deliver Night One? No. That is still the best match of the week so far but they brought a good amount of fire this night and held a candle to Night Two all things considered. Well we have one more day for me to do Mania Week writing so let’s see if Night two can live up to Night One.

Just… people stop wearing my Bucs colors and lose in the process. Seriously. Disappointed me tonight Seth and New Day.


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