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Andrew’s IMPACT Under Siege Results & Match Ratings: 5.7.2022



A simple build only two weeks after Rebellion, but we’ve still got a solid card. Five title matches, a rematch for the Reina de Reinas championship, and plenty to give hope to this being a solid show.

Between The Briscoes getting their first shot at IMPACT tag gold and Ishii being the first fresh test for the recently crowned World Champion Josh Alexander. Of course we can’t overlook Honor No More vs The Bullet Club, so there’s a lot of notable names from many different companies on this show.

Let’s just get to the show.


  • Madison Rayne w/Tenille Dashwood vs Gisele Shaw w/Alisha Edwards: Shaw wins via Running Knee – *** ¼
  • Steve Maclin vs Chris Sabin: Sabin wins via Cradle Shock – *** ½
  • AAA Reina de Reinas Championship: Deonna Purrazzo vs Taya Valkyrie (c): Taya retains via Cradle – ***
  • X Division Championship: Ace Austin (c) vs Trey Miguel: Ace wins via The Fold – *** ¼
  • The Bullet Club (ELP, Chris Bey, Doc Gallows, Karl Anderson & Jay White) vs Honor No More ( Kenny King, Eddie Edwards, Vincent, Matt Taven & Mike Bennett): Honor No More wins via Proton Pack – ***
  • Knockouts World Championship: Tasha Steelz (c) vs Havok: Steelz retains via Blackout – **
  • IMPACT Tag Team Championships: The Briscoes vs VBD (Eric Young & Deaner w/Joe Doering) (c): The Briscoes win via Doomsday Device – *** ¾ – TITLE CHANGE!!!
  • IMPACT World Championship: Josh Alexander (c) vs Tomohiro Ishii: Josh retains via C4 Spike – **** ¼



Madison Rayne w/Tenille Dashwood vs Gisele Shaw w/Alisha Edwards

So this little issue was established on the backstage segment “All About Me”. But I will say it’s not the normal IMPACT formula to start with non-X Division action. Madison tries to start off cocky but Gisele really puts some of her Lucha training on display. Interesting Arm Drags, and Avalanche Front Flip Arm Drag, hell as Madison tries to slide back in Gisele hits her with a Tornillo for her troubles. Madison doesn’t get any offense in until Tenille finally interferes a little.

Slow down time from Madison, headlock, Facebuster, Middle Rope Choke…more Tenille interference. This is solid heel work and neither woman is doing poorly, Rayne his a Short Arm Northern Lights Suplex for a near fall. Madison goes up top, Gisele catches her with a Gamengiri, Headbutt from Shaw and Superplex has both crashed and selling a little. Forearm Exchange turns into Shaw with the advantage. Combination Forearms, Uppercuts, Madison Irish Whips her for a boot, but Shaw Split Slides under and catches Madison with a Capoeira Style Kick before continuing the offense. Rope Hang DDT from Shaw, for a near fall. Madison looks to be on the receiving end, but turns things into a Yoshi Tonic for the very close Near Fall.

Shaw’s strike game has looked damn good, Tenille tries to get involved again, Alisha finally takes care of her. Madison goes for a Roll-Up, Shaw counters that into her own Roll-Up but Madison kicks out. Shaw lays out Madison with a nice Running Knee Strike and The Quintessential Diva actually looked really damn good in the match (and I don’t just mean that she’s attractive). The pace was quick, sprinkled with heel shenanigans, but Shaw kicked ass.

Steve Maclin vs Chris Sabin

Maclin talks a bit of early smack, even mocks with the throwback “Hail Sabin” before Sabin gets frustrated and works a dive into some solid joint manipulation. Sabin got Tree of Woe’d, Crosshairs attempt but nice callback/learning here. Sabin sits up, but Maclin anticipated it and slid around the post to the outside. Sabin tries to Tope to the outside to catch Maclin, but Maclin catches Sabin (literally) and hits the Apron Bomb.

Sabin keeps looking for an opening but Maclin is in charge until we get to some rope running. Sunset Flip attempt from Sabin, Maclin doesn’t go over, punches down, misses; and then Sabin woks him over a little. Knee to the Face and Short Arm Lariat brings the match back to Maclin’s favor. The go to the outside and Maclin slams Sabin off the Ramp to the floor, drops an Elbow on him and Sabin is absorbing offense. Back into the ring, Tree of Woe, Crosshairs and only a two count. Maclin tries to set up Mayhem for All, Sabin flips out of it with the assistance of the ropes and a desperation Tornado DDT start some Sabin chants.

Sabin ducking and moving, Neckbreaker forces Maclin to powder and another Spinning Neckbreaker to the floor from Sabin. Sabin sends Maclin back in, Maclin gets up and eats a Missile Dropkick to the shoulder blades. Cross Body from Sabin, but Maclin rolls through, holds him, Scoop Slam and Sliding Lariat from Maclin for a 2. Maclin goes for Mayhem, Victory Roll from Sabin only 2. Maclin with the School Boy and ropes, but the referee sees the hand on the ropes. Sabin hits a strike, Maclin comes off the ropes with the Busaiku Knee! Strike Exchange which annoys Sabin and he locks up some Cravat Knee strikes. Both follow the other into the corners, big corner moves, both fire and remove elbow pads for big power moves. Avalanche Tornado DDT from Sabin, Cradle Shock…and Sabin wins!

AAA Reina de Reinas Championship: Deonna Purrazzo vs Taya Valkyrie (c)

I don’t think any expects Deonna to win this but I am expecting a good match. Not sure what’s on the docket for Purrazzo, but I guess we’ll all learn together.

Purrazzo takes a cheap shot while Taya is dancing around before the bell. Taya tells the ref to ring the bell and Purrazzo goes at Taya again. Aggressive Deonna is where those Suzuki inspiration moments shine through. Taya starts to counter some attempts at offense and then a Mexican style Arm Drag puts Deonna on the back foot.

Deonna whips Taya into the ropes, Taya looks for some kind of handspring, but Deonna just kicks her while she’s in the handstand position and starts taking back over. A lot of arm focus with wringers, kicks and arm breakers, working towards her Fujiwara finish. The elbow bend into stomp gets Deonna a near fall, but Taya tries to fire back up with the good arm and it isn’t very effective.

It takes a minute but Taya finally counters some Deonna offense and turns it into a Blue Thunder Bomb, followed by the Sliding Rope Hang German Suplex. Taya fires a little too long on the outside, Deonna catches her on the way back in, tries Queen’s Gambit but Taya counters. Taya drops Deonna and hits the Mushroom Stomp for 2. We then see Taya pull off the classic arms held Curb Stomp, again only a 2. Taya tries for a Powerbomb, but Deonna gets just enough for a Frakensteiner. Deonna gives back the Bow and Arrow style Curb Stomp, twice. Queen’s Gambit gets hit, and Taya kicks out!

Fujiwara attempt, but Taya starts fighting to the rope, Venus de Milo somewhat locked in, but Taya is able to swing her legs around and reach the ropes. Deonna goes for the title, the referee stops her, which gives Taya the opportunity for the Roll-Up and she retains!

Deonna attacks Taya after, the lights go out, and it’s Mia Yim. Deonna triers to dismiss her, then when Mia checks on Taya, Deonna tries to attack and Mia gets to show off a little for her return.

X Division Championship: Ace Austin (c) vs Trey Miguel

We all should know how much I dislike Trey. I am really hoping this is a double turn. Spider-Man versus Gambit.

The match starts off slowly with them not feeling each other out, just not giving anyone an inch. Trey thinks he has a moment and tries to get cute with the acrobatic Arm Drag but Ace doesn’t go with it and just Flings Trey down. Ace stays on Trey, Trey tries to flip out of the corner to counter, but Ace hits a Crossbody sending them both over the ropes. Apron fighting begins, a small trade Trey gets his foot caught, tries to flip out and then Tiger Feint Sweep, but Ace does his single hand Handstand counter, and as soon as Trey gets close he swings his legs forward and Knees Trey into next Wednesday.

Trey keeps resisting Ace’s Irish Whip to Ace’s frustration, so he lights up Trey. Attempts The Fold, but misses. Solid back and forth Trey countering a Half Boston Crab attempt, hits the Up Kicks and then kips up into a Headscissors Takedown. Trey goes on the offense, punctuated with a Reverse Powerslam, floated over into a modified Dragon Sleeper but Ace finds a way out. Strike exchange, both men try a few fancier moves, Ace goes to the corner for a Triangle Kick but Trey catches him with a  Super Kick. Trey hits the Split Legged Moonsault for only 2.

Small Package counters, Ace tries to keep momentum and go for a Cradle with his feet on the ropes, but only get a two. Trey rocks Ace, Mushroom stomp, goes for the top rope but Ace powders knowing what’s coming. Trey with the Jacky Bryant Headlock Snap Kick into a Neckbreaker into the Apron. Meteora attempt from Trey, Ace ducks, rams him into the other post, rolls him out and then hits the classic Fold to retain!

No double turn, but at least the work was solid. I still don’t like Trey and care less and less for him the more I see him. But it was a good match.

The Bullet Club (ELP, Chris Bey, Doc Gallows, Karl Anderson & Jay White) vs Honor No More ( Kenny King, Eddie Edwards, Vincent, Matt Taven & Mike Bennett)

So we get the early brawl as expected before the bell, and then eventually Karl and Eddie get in the ring and eventually slow things down to a Japanese strike spot. Karl wins pretty easily and tags in LG. Double Back Elbow to Eddie, but a thumb to the eye gives Eddie the opening to tag in Kenny King. But LG starts lighting up Kenny and then brings in Phantasmo. This turns into a bit of an X Division back and forth of Leap Frogs and trying to one up the other. Kenny takes the advantage after a few strikes land, and Vincent gets tagged in. ELP gets some space from Vincent and gets in Bey. So this is really going how most faction matches go on a Japanese show. It’s pretty clean where everyone gets a small moment to shine, possibly hinting towards future singles matches. Mike gets tagged in, works over Bey and then tags in Taven, but Bey gets away from Mike immediately and tags in Jay. I never thought I’d be excited for a Jay White and Matt Taven potential match…but here we are. Taven gets a small moment to shine after a Dropkick, but the Bullet Club shenanigans spike. We get an entire 5 man epic Back Rake moment before Honor No More finally gets sick of it (at the fifth one) and mug Karl Anderson to start their own faction attack.

HNM is Japanese locomotion style faction attack. Corner Lariats, Splashes, Hip Attacks, that type of thing. Then HNM gets in one Back Rake spot to make a statement and we see things calm down a little before we get back to how we started with Karl and Eddie. Karl is getting beaten down before the Spinebuster stifles things. LG gets tagged in and Bennett gets tagged in. LG takes the hot tag, clears the ring, and has some solid fire before HNM use some outside interference to slow the attack down. Tandem Lariat attempt from HNM, back fires as LG does the Double Lariat to bring in ELP. ELP is a little sloppy to start the exchange and then a Lionsault gets countered and we see Vincent get tagged in and start beating ELP down. Flatliner gives Vincent a near fall. Bey with the blind tag, tandem attacks on Vincent, Senton Drop/Lionsault Combo gives Bullet Club the near fall before the two legal men trade punches, both his the ropes and then the crash and burn Double Cossbody spot.

Taven and Jay get tagged in, but Taven has the hot tag and takes out everyone. Splash, Triangle Kicks, Combination strikes into Just the Tip on Jay for a 2. Dueling finishers Climax/Blade Runner counters before Jay hits the Half Nelson Suplex. Jay tries for Blade Runner, but HNM hits the ring and we go back to a donnybrook. Big spots everywhere, and you knew as soon as Karl was in the corner asking for the tag…Maria was gonna get involved. Karl gets the tag, looks to go for a big top rope move, but Maria just hops on the Apron and flirts a bit with Karl which distracts him enough for Kenny King to trip him up. OGK hits Proton Pack while Eddie Edwards guards, and Honor No More wins!

It was a chaotic cluster, but it was entertaining all in all.

Knockouts World Championship: Tasha Steelz (c) vs Havok

Now, probably the worst match of the night. I’d like to be surprised, but Tasha hasn’t impressed me at all in singles action (her tag action was always a little lacking, but her charisma could cover things).

I can’t really help but not care about this match. Havok manhandles Tash a little early, Tasha then finds a way to trip her up and keep Havok off her feet until Tasha’s cockiness backfires. Low Bridge from Tasha has Havok spill out, then Tasha goes for the Soccer Ball kick but Havok catches it and then turns it into an Electric Chair Apron Facebuster…which sounds cool in words, but looks entirely too cooperative in execution.

Tasha lays against the steps, Havok tries to charge and Tasha dodges. So Havok nearly beat herself. Havok gets back in, but Tasha stays on the dazed Havok. Tornado DDT for a 2, Rings of Saturn attempt but Havok is too big to make that look believable. Havok bites her hand to get out and then starts throwing her around. Backbreaker into a nasty Lariat, Death Valley Driver and only a 2 for Havok. Stratusfaction from Steelz, 2 again. Steelz tries to remove the turnbuckle pad but she can’t. Havok charges, misses, Cutter from Steelz for another 2. After a little set up, Blackout from Tasha to retain.

I will say this match was better than I anticipated, which still doesn’t mean it’s good…but it wasn’t unwatchable. Havok is completely ruined here though. Tasha is the size of one of Havok’s legs and she lost convincingly. Nothing Havok challenges for will ever be believable unless she goes on a full rebuilding squash spree.

IMPACT Tag Team Championships: The Briscoes vs VBD (Eric Young & Deaner w/Joe Doering) (c)

So the based take here is that Deaner was chosen to eat the pin from DEM BOYS. Let’s see!

Briscoes attack fast, hard and before the bell. DEM BOYS wrecking crew while Doering is just looming and staring at the ring from the ramp.  The bell still hasn’t rang, so Doering hits the ring. That was the opening that Young and Deaner needed to hit the ring again and jump the Briscoes back.

The bell officially rings, Jay and EY start things off with EY winning the early exchange. Deaner gets tagged in and then The Briscoes immediately start taking control. Quick tags, tandem work, and a Flying Dirty Chicken wipes out EY, while Jay takes out Deaner. Jay throws Deaner back in, EY distracts the ref and Doering pushes Jay off the top rope while the ref is distracted. This becomes the blueprint for the next few exchanges. While EY and Deaner have some quick tags and tandem moves, Doering is the difference maker.

It takes a while for Mark to finally get the hot tag, but when he does, Deaner goes for a ride. Big silly but effective moves from Mark. A tandem Crucifix Powerbomb/Neckbreaker for only two as Jay tries to take out VBD but it doesn’t work as he gets posted. 2 on 1 offense from VBD, but a nice T-Bone Suplex events things out a little for Mark. EY hits a Brainbuster and then starts smacking Mark around. Country Fried Strike Exchange! Jay comes back to life as EY goes to run off the ropes and Jay hits a running Frakensteiner into a Big Boot. Neckbreaker/Froggybow from the Briscoes, but Deaner saves it!

Redneck Kun Fu backfires as EY hits the Wheelbarrow Neckbreaker that he used as a finish in NXT, for all four to be laid out. EY goes to the top, Jay goes to meet him, EY bites Jay and Macho Man Elbow for a near fall! Deaner gets tagged in and we’re probably close to the finish. Big “DEM BOYS” chant in the crowd. Mark crotches EY, takes out Doering, Doomsday Device on Deaner and DEM BOYS IS CHAMPS AGAIN!

Moose’s music hits before the World Championship match. He doesn’t have a match, but we do still have to see who those “Coming Soon” vignettes were, so maybe this is how they get introduced. Is it Sami Callihan finally back after his injury? If I remember correctly, it was Moose that hurt him storyline wise, so it would makes sense to come back against a rebounding Moose.

It might have been about as obvious as a Chris Jericho return, but that doesn’t take away the effect. Short, sweet and simple. Punctuated with a quick attack and reference back to the storyline that took Sami out.

IMPACT World Championship: Josh Alexander (c) vs Tomohiro Ishii

As I’ve said during the IMPACT! Coverage, I don’t see Ishii winning this at all. Advantage though could be that Josh isn’t a ton bigger than Ishii, so it might not be his usual gaijin match.

So simple lock up starts that give Josh a Headlock Takeover as the first slightly advantageous moment, but then we get to the rope run Tackles spot. A few attempts from Josh don’t work, so he counters Ishii’s attempt into a few Arm Drags but Ishii finally catches him and drops Josh.

Both men just run through one another and the haymakers fly before Josh pisses off Ishii with a few Forearms and Ishii finally goes for the high Tenryu chop into the neck. Ishii is in control pretty well, but Josh isn’t giving much. Josh counters with the whip and Ishii charges back out with the Tackle dropping Josh. Josh rolls through and fires with a Big Boot, but Ishii doesn’t go down. Back and forth charges before Josh finally manages to take Ishii off his feet. Stun Gun drops Ishii onto the apron and then the Diving Crossbody while Ishii is seated on the apron.

Two German Suplexes before Ishii tries to fight back, but Josh hits the third with the bridge for a near fall. Josh gets up and start kicking at Ishii to get back up. Not a very smart strategy. Ishii almost fights it off, but eats a Rolling Senton into a King Kong style Knee Strike. Most baiting with annoying kicks as he tries for the C4 Spike but Ishii blocks. Josh hits the ropes and Power Slam from Ishii! Now would be a good time for Ishii’s comeback.

Slow strike exchange showing the exhaustion of the match but both guys are the tough kind of guy where this makes full sense. Ishii eggs on more and absorbs before ducking a Lariat attempt for a Saito Suplex. Both men absorb one another’s attacks, Enzuigiri from Ishii, but it misses and Josh goes for the Ankle Lock. Ishii rolls through it and locks in his own Submission. So there’s a submission exchange right now. Josh counters, goes back to the Ankle Lock, Ishii is almost at the ropes, but Josh drops down into the grapevine. Ishii tried to use the referee to pull himself forward but instead opts to just roll to the side and get to those ropes.

Josh goes back to the well again, but Up Kicks keep Josh at bay. Josh removes the Elbow pad, a few strikes rocks Ishii, but Ishii counters a Powerbomb. Small flurry from Ishii, Ishii tries the Headbutt but Josh counters it with a straight right. Josh uses an Airplane Spin Bomb only for 2 though. C4 Spike attempt but Ishii counters, eats a Lariat and fires. Josh comes back at him, Ishii ducks, German Suplex. Rolling German from Josh, and now colliding Lariats before Ishii finally gets the best of things, yet both men are down, exhausted.

Ishii charges, misses and eats the Forearm to the back of the head. Josh lifts Ishii on his shoulders, climbs the ropes, but Ishii slips down and Jumping Headbutt rocks Josh. Superplex from Ishii, 1 – 2 – kick out! So Ishii starts trying to fire up. Lariat to the back of the head, normal Lariat turns Josh inside out, for another 2. Vertical Drop Brainbuster attempt, but the knee to the head counters it. Small Package from Josh, only 2 but he gets some space. Powerbreaker from Josh lays out Ishii. Moonsault from Josh misses!

Sliding Lariat from Ishii, ducked, a few misses and then a big headbutt from Ishii. Sliding Lariat again, pinfall…2! Vertical Drop – nope. C4 Sp-nope! Ankle Lock attempt, but Ishii fights it off and hits the Enzuigiri this time, strike exchange, Powerbomb from Josh into the C4 Spike and Josh retains!

Overall Score: 8.25/10

So every match being good aside for one…but it was better than expected, so I’ll give it a little credit, this was a damn good PPV. Hell it even has one of the best promos since Steiner Math with The Briscoes. Ishii wasn’t expected to win, but brought a damn good fight and a few different gears. Mia Yim returning was a little unexpected but a nice surprise. Honor No More getting the win was also surprising, but not a bad thing and Gisele Shaw proving she’s a damn good wrestler. Can she please drop the stuck up gimmick and steer more into the fierce striker thing? Yes I know she’s attractive, but give me like…Savage Diva or Vicious Diva, something to put a bigger emphasis on her striking skills.

Ace retained, thankfully. DEM BOYS know how magnets work! They aren’t ICP! Some may complain that the tag titles get hot shotted a bit to the new teams, but Briscoes bring a history with the HNM people and the freshen up match ups because I haven’t heard anything about Karl and LG re-signing, so IMPACT will probably be losing a big team soon. Yeah Tasha retained, lets overlook that. As I’ve said before, I like Tasha’s gimmick, I like her charisma, energy and I like her aesthetically…but Christ is her wrestling painful to watch at times.

So with all that said, damn good PPV! Who will rise to the occasion to challenge Josh Alexander for Slammiversary?

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Andrew’s IMPACT Results & Match Ratings: 6.30.2022

The Go Home to Against All Odds with the main event of Battle of the Futures Redux! TNA vibes and hype in the Asylum!



Against All Odds is tomorrow, and the one thing IMPACT has excelled with are the quick turnaround angles. Plus we also HOPEFULLY get a real finish to the Battle of the Futures 2022 edition. Frankie Kazarian and Chris Sabin have a main event that could definitely be something special.


  • Fatal 4 Way: Steve Maclin vs Trey Miguel vs Laredo Kid vs Chris Bey: Trey wins via Meteora – ***
  • Rosemary vs Gisele Shaw: Gisele wins via Knee Strike – ** ¼
  • Savannah Evans w/Tasha Steelz vs Jordynne Grace: Jordynne wins via Muscle Buster – **
  • IMPACT Tag Team Championship: The Good Brothers (c) w/James Storm vs Vincent & PCO w/ Honor No More: Karl retains via Roll Up – ** ½
  • Ace Austin w/Chris Bey vs Alex Zayne: Ace wins via The Fold – ** ¾
  • Battle of the Futures Redux: Frankie Kazarian vs Chris Sabin w/Alex Shelley: Sabin wins via Cradle Shock – *****



Fatal 4 Way: Steve Maclin vs Trey Miguel vs Laredo Kid vs Chris Bey

Early on the smaller men gang up on Maclin, which of course is the smart thing to do. Trey and Bey trade a few shots, Laredo tries to interject himself but Maclin comes back in and starts taking over. Wipes out most of the guys then they start trickling in for pinfall saves and each guy chopping at the bigger man. Trey does however go for a John Woo, misses and Tree of Woes himself to set up for Maclin’s Caught in the Crosshairs corner spear.

Action continues to be pretty fluid, Trey takes out Maclin, Bey looks for an Asai Moonsault, but turns it into the 5 Hole Dive that MCMG do when Laredo Kid dives through Bey’s legs. Then Bey hits the Asai Moonsault and Bey brings Laredo into the ring and tries to find a winning angle. Pop Up Cutter from Bey, but Trey saves it. A little back and forth, Trey goes to the top, misses the Meteora, but lands on his feet and manages a Running Meteora for the pinfall victory.

Trey beat Speedball before Slammiversary, so Speedball has some payback in his mind.

Rosemary vs Gisele Shaw

Madison Rayne and Tenille Dashwood are at the commentary desk for this match since Gisele did offer to fill in for an injured Madison for the Knockouts Tag rematch.

Rosemary controls Gisele early and then bends her backwards and bites her forehead. Gisele almost starts taking back over, but then Rosemary gets out of a headlock the Crazzy Steve way. Rosemary takes some control early until Gisele powders and tries to find a way back into the match. Commercial break brings us to Gisele taking Rosemary’s head off with a Lariat.

Now Gisele is in control, throws Rosemary into a corner and starts pandering for a photo op and posturing to The Influence. Gisele strings together a lot of corner attacks, whips her into the corner again and lays her out with a Flying European Uppercut. Gisele tries to hit the knee in the back of the head, but Rosemary moves and starts her comeback. Big Suplex from the corner and Rosemary keeps her down for 2. Rosemary is in control until Gisele hits and Oscutter out of nowhere for 2. Reverse DDT from Rosemary for another near fall and then The Influence is on the move. They ambush Taya, Rosemary tries to go for her Spear anyway and Shaw kills Rosemary with a great Knee Strike. Rosemary is out, Gisele wins.

A small beat down, and then The Influence pause in the ring for a little, before posing with Gisele and seemingly giving their mark of approval on her being in The Influence now.

Savannah Evans w/Tasha Steelz vs Jordynne Grace

Savannah bulldozes Jordynne into the corner, but the power game is pretty even here. Savannah has some height, but Jordynne is quicker. Jordynne manages to turn the tables on Savannah, up and over in the corner and whips her into the ropes while setting up behind her causing Evans to trip and fall. Savannah powders, Jordynne tries to break up the discussion, but after a quick flurry, Savannah hits an Apron Chokeslam and takes over.

After some back and forth, Jordynne takes back over and then Muscle Buster on Savannah Evans and its over!

IMPACT Tag Team Championship: The Good Brothers (c) w/James Storm vs Vincent & PCO w/ Honor No More

Karl and Vincent start things off, and corner to corner we see the Machine Gun in control, but a thumb to the eyes and quick strike give Vincent the chance to tag in PCO. French Canadian Frankenstein starts beating on Karl, throws him into the ropes, Vincent kicks him and it just pisses off Karl. But Karl getting distracted gives PCO the ambush chance and Karl is just getting rocked. Vincent tagged back in, quick strikes including a corner Facewash with the elbow, sliding Flatliner and PCO is back in.

PCO goes Splash into dropping DDT before hitting the middle rope Guillotine Leg Drop. LG has gotten no action while Karl is getting killed. Deanimator set up looks to take out Karl even further, and it hits! Vincent tags in, and finally Anderson Spinebuster gets LG a hot tag. Big Boot takes out PCO on the apron, Superkick and flying Big Man flattens Vincent, tag to Karl, Magic Killer set up…but PCO with the save. Satellite Russian Leg Sweep from Vincent, RedRUM misses and Karl scoops the Small Package for the win.

Immediately Honor No More attacks. Chris Harris slides in and Honor No More choose to jaw and tease him instead of attacking immediately. HEATH’s music hits before they can attack Harris, and he comes loaded with pipes. Harris and Heath lay out Honor No More with pipes, Wake Up Call from Heath, Pump Kick, Gun Stun and then only Taven is left. Last Call Superkick sends Taven to sleep.

Ace Austin w/Chris Bey vs Alex Zayne

Zayne tries to start immediately, but Ace takes a page from the Jay White book and powders right away. Ace stays a step ahead until a nice Flipping Bodyscissors out of the corner keeps Ace rolling and eating some kicks. Ace tries a top corner move and Zayne flips into a Headscissors for the advantage before commercial. Coming back Ace is in control after driving Zayne into the post.

Ace and Zayne trade, we see Zayne finally get the best of the situations. Cinnamon Twist or Crunchwrap Supreme are hinted at, but Ace rolls away. Zayne tries to get Ace in position for his Taco Driver, but Ace has all the answers. Big kicks and strikes, Ace goes for the Outside/In Avalanche Headscissors, but Zayne mostly flips the through it, but eats a Triangle Kick for his attempted counter. The Fold – gets countered with a Sauce Trigger! Ace powders, Moonsauce to take out Bey and Ace, but Bey grabs his foot before he can get back in, Ace keeps the referee distracted…THE FOLD as soon as Zayne is back in the ring and Bullet Club wins!

Battle of the Futures Redux: Frankie Kazarian vs Chris Sabin w/ Alex Shelley

If this is as good as I anticipate…I may forget how to type. So fair warning if I get sucked in, this could be a short review.

We saw both men had a plan, Sabin went after Kaz’s legs early and often, where Kaz focused on the neck. There were great callbacks, classic moments, even the feint with the Flux Capacitor which is how Kaz won the original Battle of the Futures.

This was Brian Hebner’s final match, and hot damn was it a classic. Everything about this was great.

Overall Score: 9/10

Starting out hot with the X Division match, 2 solid Knockouts matches and a main event that could’ve easily been on any PPV over the last 20 years. This set the stage well for tomorrow’s Against All Odds and could’ve been one of the best Go Home episodes from any company in recent memory. Also it was really awesome getting the Raven vignette to hype the Clockwork Orange House of Fun.

My review of Against All Odds will be a little late since I had prior engagements because Fridays aren’t usually PPVs, but I’ll get to it on Saturday. Watch it live yourself, catch the run down Saturday, either way IMPACT is killin it with that TNA vibe. Maybe its time we go back to a certain 3 letters…a 6 sided ring, or hell, just announce Lethal Lockdown. Bring that back from the dead dammit!

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Mitchell’s WWE NXT UK Results & Report! (6/30/22)




Artful Dodger or dastardly coward? You decide!

Last time he was on NXT UK, Trent Seven gave us crocodile tears and betrayed Tyler Bate! What will Seven say this week about what he’s done?


  • Blair Davenport VS Angel Hayze; Davenport wins.
  • Emilia McKenzie VS Fallon Henley; Henley wins.
  • Wolfgang VS Sha Samuels w/ Noam Dar; Wolfgang wins.


Blair Davenport VS Angel Hayze!

NXT UK beware, it’s the return of the heir! The gothic gladiator is back after that freak accident during her NXT UK Women’s Championship match with Meiko Satomura. Will Blair prove that nothing will stop her from taking the throne this time? Or will Angel leave her in a haze in her first match back?

The bell rings and the two circle. Blair and Angel tie up, go around, and Blair puts Angel on the ropes. The ref counts but Blair lets off fast. Blair and Angel reset, tie up, and Blair shoves Angel down! Fans rally up as Angel and Blair reset again. They tie up, Angel gets around to waistlock, Blair arm-drags free and Angel flounders to a corner. Blair runs in but Angel goes up and over, TWO! Angel boots Blair’s punch away, sobats then runs, to SHOTGUN Blair down! Cover, ONE!! Fans rally, Angel drags Blair up and reels her in, but Blair fights the suplex. Blair powers up, wrenches out and WRINGS the arm!

Fans rally as Blair snarls and stalks Angel. Blair runs in at the corner, Angel goes up and over again, but runs into a CHOP BLOCK! Blair DROPKICKS Angel in the back! Blair pushes Angel over to CLUB her on the back. Blair pushes Angel around, kicks her, and Angel gets to a corner. Blair is after her already and throws a heavy body shot! Angel hits back but Blair CLUBS her down again. Blair hauls Angel up, whips her to ropes and runs her over! Cover, TWO! Blair clamps onto Angels with a chinlock and she grinds Angel down. Fans rally as Angel endures, but Blair thrashes her around. Blair cranks the hold but Angel fights up to her feet.

Angel throws body shots, Blair CLUBS her again! Blair hauls Angel up to whip her to a corner. Blair runs in and GAMANGIRIS! Blair shoves Angel onto ropes, then runs side to side, SLIDING KICK! Cover, TWO! Angel survives and Blair is annoyed but the fans rally up. Blair shoves Angel to a corner, but Angel hits back. Blair CLUBS Angel, stands her up and whips her corner to corner. Blair runs in but Angel dodges and Blair hits buckles! Angel returns with a forearm smash! And then a back elbow! Angel keeps moving, she evades the lariat to fire off forearms and a ROLLING ELBOW! Angel runs again, SLINGBLADE! Cover, TWO!

Fans rally as Blair goes to a corner. Angel runs corner to corner but into a BOOT! Blair hops up and leaps to missile dropkick! Blair drags Angel up, reels her in, but Angel wrenches out to reel Blair in! GUILLOTINE! Angel has Blair in the body scissors, too! Blair endures, stays up, CLUBS Angel and powers out with a BIG suplex! Fans fire up, Blair hauls Angel up for the FALCON ARROW! Cover, Blair wins!

Winner: Blair Davenport, by pinfall

And the heir gets right back on track! Blair gets the mic to say she is back! And she is here to crush all of your hopes. Is that key word a message to a certain someone? Or is it a message to everyone who would dare defy the heir?


NXT UK Media caught up with Sid Scala.

The Assistant General Manager returns to his office, and Kenny Williams is there waiting! Kenny says it’s about time Sid showed up! Kenny’s been working all night, as we can see by the conspiracy web taking over Sid’s office, and Kenny claims he has finally figured it out! Tiger Turan has to be none other than… Sid says Kenny needs to stop, this isn’t why Sid asked to meet with him. This is about next week, a match between Kenny and Tiger Turan! And just as Sid says that, Tiger steps in. Kenny says this is just who he was looking for. But here’s what will happen. Kenny will win, knock Turan out and take off his mask to reveal it’s Amir Jordan!

So right now, Tiger Turan can clean up this mess while Kenny prepares. Is the Scum of the Earth on to something? Is Tiger Turan obsessed with Kenny because it’s Amir Jordan, the man Kenny banished from NXT UK over a year ago? Or is he going to lose this match along with his mind?


Noam Dar & Sha Samuels enter the NXT UK Performance Center.

The Scottish Supernova isn’t sure why they’re here, but the East End Bookie/Butcher promises it is for good reason: they’re going to make some big money. Dar then sees the ring and the training session Mark Coffey is helping with. Dar & Sha taunt them and Mark walks over to ask, “What’s wrong? Run out of ways to cheat?” Dar says he never needs to cheat, and certainly not to beat Mark. Dar didn’t need to cheat to beat “Dog Man” Wolfgang, or to beat big brother Joe and run him out of town. Mark points out Dar only won because of his bookie at ringside. Mark guarantees that if Sha isn’t around, Mark wins the cup.

Sha says no way, Dar is the best ever! Mark says they can bet on it. Sha takes that bet! 100 to 1, Dar still beats Mark! Sha puts money on it quite literally, and says the market is open! Everyone else swarms Sha, wanting to put money on this, too! Dar looks worried with just how many want to join in. Are they betting all on Mark? Dar is a bit upset by that, but will he prove Sha right and take everyone, including Coffey, to the cleaners?


Emilia McKenzie VS Fallon Henley!

#SuplexMillie is still Meiko Satomura’s protégé, but she might be feeling the pressure as of late. The Final Boss demands the best out of her disciple, but will those expectations be met? Or will the Cowgirl rope herself a big win just like Briggs & Jensen did?

The bell rings and the two tie up. They go around, end up in a deadlock, but Millie shots around to waistlock. Fallon pries at the hold, standing switches, and SLAMS Millie down. Millie slips out to hammerlock and fans rally for Millie as she cranks the hold. Fallon fights to sit up, rolls out and has the wristlock. Millie slips through, wristlocks back, but Fallon pries at the hold. Fallon slips through, hammerlocks Millie now, but Millie works on the hold. Fallon rolls Millie up, TWO! Fans applaud the opening exchange as the two stare down. Fallon and Millie reset, tie up with knuckle locks, and they have a test of strength!

Millie wrenches the wrists, kicks an arm, rolls and trips Fallon to have a standing toehold! Fallon endures, uses her free leg to kick free, but Millie cartwheels through. Fans applaud again, and even Fallon offers a handshake. Millie accepts and fans cheer the sportsmanship, and the two tie up again. Millie powers Fallon back but Fallon turns it around to arm-drag Millie away. Fallon shoots in but Millie sits on the cover, ONE! Fallon sunset flips, ONE! Millie tries a jackknife but Fallon rolls through it, TWO! Millie has the sunset, TWO!! Fans fire up for that exchange and the two reset again.

They tie up, Millie headlocks, but Fallon powers up. Millie holds tight, Fallon pries the hold open and turns it around onto Millie! Millie endures, powers out but Fallon runs her over! Fallon does a two step then runs, but Millie keeps up with the drop, sidestep, but Fallon counters hip toss with a hip toss! Fallon arm-drags Millie away and Millie takes a moment to catch her breath. Fallon is on her but Millie EuroUppers! Millie kicks low, CLUBS Fallon on the back, and has her on the ropes. Millie CLUBS Fallon again, has her in a corner now and kicks her low. Fallon throws shots back but Millie CLUBS Fallon, into the TWIST ‘N’ SHOUT! Cover, TWO!

Fans rally and Millie clamps on a chinlock. Millie shifts to have almost a bully choke but Fallon endures. Fans rally again as Fallon fights up. Fallon throws elbows, body shots, but Millie EuroUppers! Fallon catches on to hooks and a backslide, TWO! Fallon rolls Millie again, TWO! Millie CLOBBERS Fallon! Cover, TWO! Millie is on Fallon again, going after the arms. Fallon fights but Millie still gets a COBRA CLUTCH! Fallon endures, resists, and fans rally as Millie still tries to lock this on! Fallon fights, Millie might just have it! Fallon is fading as Millie bends her backwards!! But Fallon gets a second wind and pries free to arm-drag Millie away!

Millie comes back to ROCK Fallon, Fallon ROCKS Millie! They throw hands, and Fallon DECKS Millie! Fallon fires up to back elbow Millie in a corner! And then a RUNNING FACEBUSTER! Cover, TWO!! Fans fire up as Millie survives! Fallon drags Millie up, fireman’s carries, but Millie slips off and shoves to then LARIAT! And again! Millie shoots around to get Fallon up for a BIG bag suplex! Cover, TWO! Fans rally and Millie snarls as she hauls Fallon up. Fallon fights the German Suplex, pops free to switch, but Millie elbows Fallon. Millie whips Fallon to a corner but Fallon goes up and over. Fallon’s leg tweaks! Millie shows no mercy, CHOP BLOCK!!

Millie stomps away on Fallon’s leg and fans fire up! Millie drags Fallon up, reels her in, SHIN BREAKER! And then another SHIN BREAKER! Fallon hobbles, Millie gets her again, but Fallon sunset flips! FALLON WINS!

Winner: Fallon Henley, by pinfall

Millie showed her killer instinct, but maybe she let it get the better of her! Will this be the exact opposite of what Meiko wanted for Millie?


NXT UK Media catches up with Oliver Carter.

They ask him if he’s been keeping in contact with Ashton Smith while he’s out with injury. Of course! Oliver has Ashton on speed dial. They are brothers, that’s never gonna change. But then Teoman and his Die Familie “brothers,” Rohan Raja and Charlie Dempsey slither in and say hi to “Oli.” They sit with him and they feel like this is deja vu. Oliver’s alone, no Ashton Smith, no titles. Oliver needs a family to watch out for him. It is a dangerous place out there. Join them! It’s in his best interest. They’ll let him think about it, and take their leave. Is there anything to think about? Or will the Hottest Superstar Under the Sun actually consider their invitation?


NXT UK Media catches up with Sarray.

The Warrior of the Sun is about to get in a set of squats as they ask her how she feels after her NXT UK debut. Sarray says it was very good. She got a win over Nina Samuels, and she- “Aww~, look!” Xia and Eliza return to mock Sarray for simply training in the UK PC after her first win. It’s so cute. But has Eliza heard the good news? Sarray’s sticking around for a bit. Oh, is she? But then Meiko and Millie step up to back the bullies down. Eliza tells Sarray that she better just play by their rules, or they’ll be more than happy to teach Sarray a few things.

Meiko tells Eliza that she talks too much. If Eliza & Xia want a match with Meiko and Sarray, then Eliza & Xia will be the ones being taught a lesson. Millie seems a bit surprised Meiko didn’t choose her, while Xia & Eliza storm off, Xia complaining about who is teaching who lessons. But with that, Sarray finishes putting up the weights for Meiko to take a turn. Will Final Boss & Warrior of the Sun prove to the bullies the power of Joshi Strong Style?


Wolfgang VS Sha Samuels w/ Noam Dar!

The Last King of Scotland heard the East End Butcher talking some smack like he wouldn’t hear it. But since he did, it’s time for Sha to put his money where his mouth is! Will Wolfgang get a big win and cash in? Or will Sha find another way to weasel out another victory?

The bell rings and the two circle. Sha gets some last minute pointers from Dar. They say they can frustrate Wolfgang and get the edge. But then Dar needs to give Sha another pointer. The ref insists they get this started already, and Wolfgang rushes in. Sha dodges, then dodges again. Sha goes back to Dar for that last pointer but Wolfgang throws Sha out of the corner! Wolfgang fires off haymakers, then an arm-drag! Wolfgang keeps on the arm with a wristlock, then stands Sha up to RAM shoulders. And again! And then a straight arm lever and SLAM! Fans fire up and Wolfgang drags Sha up again to RAM shoulders again.

Wolfgang wrenches, and hits a straight arm suplex! Cover, ONE! Dar is upset but Wolfgang keeps on Sha’s arm. Sha ROCKS Wolfgang with his free arm, then bumps Wolfgang off buckles. Sha bumps Wolfgang off more buckles, then throws heavy back elbows. Sha runs in to SPLASH Wolfgang. Wolfgang shoves Sha away, runs in, but Sha sends Wolfgang into buckles! Fans boo but Dar wants to throw up the X. Sha grabs the bad arm for an ARMBAR DDT! Sha CLUBS the bad arm, uppercuts it, then hip drops on it! Wolfgang clutches that arm, tries to get it working, but Sha drops an elbow on it!

Sha clamps onto the arm, Wolfgang fights the cobra clutch and throws body shots. But Sha wrenches and WRINGS the bad arm! Dar offers a drink but Sha says no, he has to keep working. Sha throws down elbows into the bad arm, then stands on Wolfgang to say, “ON THE MONEY~!” Sha KICKS the bad leg, then shouts out “EAST~!” Sha stomps Wolfgang but fans chant, “You’re a Mug! You’re a Mug!” Dar says yeah, Wolfgang’s the mug! But that’s not who they mean. Sha RAMS Wolfgang into the buckles, stomps away on the bad arm, then runs in to stomp it again! The ref backs Sha off, and Dar SMACKS Wolfgang around with the papers!

Wolfgang gets mad and he CHOPS Sha! And CHOPS again! And counter punches! Wolfgang suplexes Sha, but Sha fights to get to the apron. Sha HOTSHOTS the bad arm! Wolfgang staggers away and Sha gets in to run and LARIAT! Cover, TWO! Wolfgang is still in this, and Dar offers another drink. Sha says no, and he drops elbow after elbow on Wolfgang! Sha then goes up a corner, and leaps for a FLYING ELBOW DROP! Cover, TWO! Wolfgang is still in this and fans rally up. Sha stalks Wolfgang, CLUBS him at the ropes, then pulls on the bad arm. Wolfgang ROCKS Sha and gives him a kitchen sink knee! BASEMENT SENTON!

Dar is worried as Wolfgang suplexes Sha for the CAB- NO, no toss! Sha slips off, CLUBS Wolfgang and has a top wristlock on the bad arm! Fans rally as Wolfgang endures, fights up, but Sha wants the arm! Wolfgang arm-drags free! Wolfgang goes to the corner, Sha runs in but Wolfgang sends him into buckles! Wolfgang bumps Sha off buckles, fires off haymakers, then keeps Sha cornered to CHOP! Wolfgang whips corner to corner, then runs in, into an uppercut! Wolfgang snarls, shoves Sha back in, and SPLASHES in the corner! Sha flops and Wolfgang is on the apron, working on the bad arm.

Wolfgang climbs but Dar distracts! The ref reprimands but Wolfgang leaps, into a SPINEBUSTER from Sha! Cover, TWO!! Fans rally for Wolfgang while Sha is furious! Sha hauls Wolfgang up, reels him in and whips, but Wolfgang slips off the scoop to POINT-BLANK SPEAR!! But the bad arm holds Wolfgang back from making the cover, and Sha crawls away to his corner. Dar fans Sha, but fans rally for Wolfgang. Wolfgang grabs at Sha on the apron, hauls him up the corner, but Sha throws body shots. Sha HOTSHOTS the bad arm again! Wolfgang is stuck up top and Sha ROCKS him with haymakers! Sha DECKS Wolfgang!

Sha climbs up again, for the FROG SPLASH onto knees! Wolfgang saves himself but both men are down and writhing. Fans rally up again and Wolfgang grits his teeth as he gets back up. Wolfgang rallies on Sha with the one good arm! Wolfgang whips Sha to then back drop him! Fans fire up, Sha gets to a corner and Wolfgang runs in to fire off forearms! Wolfgang howls and runs, to SPLASH again! Dar is up on the apron but Wolfgang BOOTS him down! Fans cheer and Wolfgang SLINGSHOTS to SPEAR!! Cover, Wolfgang wins!!

Winner: Wolfgang, by pinfall

Fans cheer as the Last King of Scotland stands tall! This Gallus Boy is on top, but will Mark Coffey be on top in two weeks after he gets one more shot at Dar and the Heritage Cup?


Trent Seven heads to the ring.

And what a strange thing, for all the fans to boo this Founding Father of NXT UK. He gets a mic and “thanks” us all for that reception. Seven heard the chant of “Why, Trent, Why?” Good question! He will use visual aids to explain just exactly why. The tron shows Trent giving Tyler Bate that truly underhanded low blow uppercut. Trent gets teary eyed as he says it is just beautiful. “It’s the best low blow ever. That’s what it is.” Just look at his positioning! A work of art, really. And more importantly, it represents a turning point. “That right there is the most important moment in British Sports.” Fans chant, “No it’s not! No it’s not!”

But he says yes it is, and we all know it is, “because it’s the moment that Trent Seven saved the industry.” Fans boo but Seven asks they listen. It is the truth “because this place was dead! This studio was a ghost town! And now look at you all! Now look at you all back! The largest crowd in NXT UK BT Sports history is here because Trent Seven is on top!” Fans boo more but Seven says, “It’s a fact. This is where I like to be. Right here. Right at the top, right in the middle, the CENTER of attention!” Fans chant, “We Want Tyler!” and Seven is annoyed. “Tyler Bate is done. Now I am the center of attention, and we were the center of attention as British Strong Style! And as Moustache Mountain.”

Seven goes on about how they were touring the world, selling out every arena, and promotors were begging them to even be on the shows. “Please~! We need you~!” Yes, they did. And that is why fans need to understand it isn’t Seven who changed, it’s Tyler who changed. Seven never lost the killer instinct, he never stopped doing what was needed to win, but it was Tyler who lost his nerve. That will to win is gone, because “it’s all that rubbish, sitting in a field, hugging a tree.” But Bate isn’t coming back, and we know he won’t because he won’t fight Seven! Fans chant, “Yes, He Will!” Seven says no, he won’t, because Bate lost his fighting spirit.

“Tyler Bate is the Little Weak Boy. And I am NXT UK! I am this brand! I am NXT! I am British Strong Style! Come here! Come here! I am Moustache Mountain!!” Fans boo as Seven sets down the mic, and Seven says everyone knows he’s telling the truth. Is he telling the truth about the future of NXT UK? Or will Tyler Bate prove Trent Seven is a liar and make a heroic return?

Wait, a fan gets really heated about Seven saying Tyler is weak and afraid. So much so, friends and security are trying to get him to calm down. But the fan jumps the barrier instead! Security rushes in to stop this man from getting closer and Seven says, “We’ve got a live one!” And then he LOW BLOW KICKS the fan!! Referees rush out and say Seven is out of line! Seven says the fan is the one who got up in Seven’s face. Is there nothing Seven won’t do just to make himself feel like the bigger man?

My Thoughts:

A very good episode of NXT UK with some good set-up for the summer episodes. Blair Davenport gets a good return match win, with Angel Hayze still looking very good in the loss. And Blair emphasizing “hope” at the end of her promo has to be her setting up something with Amale before moving on to the title again. Kenny and Sid had a good interaction to set up Kenny VS Tiger Turan. But sadly for me and my theories, if Kenny also thinks Amir Jordan is Tiger Turan, then that must mean it isn’t because they wouldn’t do that. They can’t let Kenny be right about this, right? It’d be pretty wild for Kenny to win and be right about who Tiger Turan is under the mask.

Millie VS Fallon was a very good match, but I feel like they could’ve played up more of Millie struggling to be aggressive before it backfired on her. But Millie losing does help build her story of disappointing Meiko and herself. Millie also had a very good bit of character work showing her surprise and bit of hurt feelings when Meiko chose Sarray to be her tag partner against Xia & Eliza. But that’s still going to be an awesome match with Sarray and Meiko side by side. Meiko & Sarray will surely win and that will surely set up Meiko VS Sarray for an awesome NXT UK Women’s Championship.

We got a decent interaction from Oliver Carter and Die Familie. I would think Carter rejects Die Familie’s invitation, and he could easily team up with other superstars who don’t like Die Familie, like Mastiff & Starz or even A-Kid. And we got a pretty good promo with Sha, Dar and Mark Coffey about how we’re getting that 100 to 1 betting odds Heritage Cup match. If Mark is getting one more shot in what Dar claims should be his “retirement” match, does that mean Mark wins? Someone from Gallus should get something more, and Dar losing will be his own reason for “not retiring.” Plus, if Mark wins, and Joe Coffey comes back, I’d love seeing Mark VS Joe for the cup.

Wolfgang VS Sha was a great main event match, and I figured Wolfgang would win to get Gallus back up. I don’t know what’s next for Wolfgang, but he’s always been a solid character and in-ring worker. And then, we closed with a very good promo from Seven, with him playing off the crowd’s chants and booing very well. That final bit with “the fan” was quite a surprise but it sure adds to Seven’s Heel heat. But obviously, Bate is coming back and he is going to have one hell of a match with Seven. Can’t be sure who wins that, but it’d make a lot of sense if Seven cheated to win, and then somehow, Seven uses that to go after Ilja Dragunov and the UK Championship.

My Score: 8.5/10

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