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Here is what happened on the show tonight:
The foam seems to be the latest weapon used in professional wrestling. Alan Angels made his way to the ring, with Matthew Rehwoldt following closely behind him and Foam Mike Bailey coming into the scene as well.
“Speedball” Mike Bailey battles Alan Angels for the X Division Championship
Rehwoldt notes, “Angels are not just a number in the crowd anymore.” The bell rings, and the two shake hands. With speed and agility, Speedball blocks a shoulder tackle and hits a kick that sends Angels to the mat for a knockout. During the match, he hits fast kicks followed by one to the face that knocks Angels out of the ring. In a later sequence of moves, Speedball hit several moves including a moonsault from the ropes, then tossed back in by Angels. In another sequence of moves, speedball hit several more moves, before being attacked and sent into the outside where he dropped his opponent with a frog splash. He eventually goes for a quick pin on his downed opponent but he kicks out at two counts.
Angels hit a double clothesline, then go for a pin but Speedball kicks out. Angels then hit a kick to Speedball’s thigh, followed by a couple of chops to the chest. Speedball hits a Northern Light’s suplex and goes for a pin but Angels kicks out.
Speedball hits a corkscrew, then goes for a pin, but Angels kicks out. Angel hits an insiguri, followed by a stomp to Speedball’s back. Bailey fires back with a kick to Angel’s face, followed by a Standing Spanish Fly. The two men exchange forearms before turning them into chops. Angel gains the upper hand with a kick to Speedball’s chest. Angel hits a forearm, then hits the Halo Breaker. He goes for a pin, but Speedball kicks out.
In a Single’s match between Angel and Speedball, the outcome is different because of put-away moves like suplexes or splash. After winning, Speedball hits the Ultima Weapon for the match.
Winner: “Speedball” Mike Bailey
After the match, the Angels hand Speedball a handshake and shake hands with Doering and Danger. They then show up in the ring and Deaner tells Josh Alexander to come down to the ring, who agrees. While Violent By Design’s music plays, Eric Young comes out of nowhere and slowly walks down to the ring.
Back from the break, Young asks Deaner and Doering what happened. He says that their losses were not part of his design. Deaner says they thought they were accomplishing his mission and that when Young couldn’t do it, they thought Doering could and bring the belt ‘to the family’. Young says that under his watch, Doering was undefeated. He says that the sickness has taken hold of them and he thought that they were different from the diseased fans. He calls the fans worthless for not being able to see the truth and that his only choice is to burn them both. Deaner says that Young is 100% right
“Commentary” reveals the details for the next pay-per-view match: “Emergence.” They then run down the card. We head backstage to Honor No More. Matt Taven says that they keep getting screwed and “Impact” doesn’t want them there. Kenny King says that “Impact” doesn’t deserve them and Maria Kanellis says that in order to spread their message, they must overcome their setbacks. Eddie Edwards asks PCO how badly he wants to help them spread their message and tells him to show them in his match tonight against Black Taurus.
Gia Miller is back, now sitting by with Deonna Purrazzo and Chelsea Green. Gia asks Mia Yim about their No. 1 contenders match last night, which Purrazzo won, and how she will show Yim what happens when you mess with her.” “Gail Kim walks into the interview room now. She congratulates them for their win at Against All Odds–and reminds them that Mickie James has a match next week “” and that everyone is banned from ringside.” When Gail Kim tells Deonna Purrazzo her opponent this week is Mickie James, she also informs her that everyone is banned from ringside tonight.
Laredo Kid and Trey Miguel fight each other at the ring
Trey Miguel vs. Laredo Kid
Kid and Miguel lock up in mid-ring. Miguel trips Kid and moves into a waist lock with Kid on the ground. Kid escapes, gets back into the ring, and sends Miguel’s arm off the top rope with a punch and delivers a wrestler‘s jaw strike followed by a strong slam to the mat by driving his shoulder down on Miguel’s head.
Back from the break, Kid has the upper hand. He finds a double drop kick and nails a single leg crab, while Miguel grabs the rope to break the submission. Kid hops on Miguel’s leg and locks in a Figure Four Leg Lock. Miguel struggles his way to the top rope. He takes a missile dropkick followed by a series of kicks, a one-legged stomp to Kid’s back, then he goes for a pin but Kid kicks out.
Michinoku Driver, pin attempt, kick out, roll up, tremendous victory.
Winner: Trey Miguel
We then delve into a segment that takes a look at Ric Flair’s greatest moments ever in the company, called the “Ric Flair Moment of the Week.” This segment is then followed by a backstage brawl with Deaner and Doering who want to make things right. They beat up two wrestlers until security is finally able to separate them. Josh Alexander appears and they tell him it’s not over.
This week the focus is on Killer Kelly’s debut in Impact. Backstage we take a look at Gia Miller and America’s Most Wanted. James Storm says that they didn’t know that they were going to reunite and Chris Harris says that “Against All Odds” will be a night he never forgets. He says that you can never say never in wrestling and Miller asks Storm when people can expect to see him back. He says he doesn’t know and he walks into Steve Maclin’s dressing room. He asks where Moose is, but Maclin says he doesn’t know. Maclin says he thought “Against All Odds” was his retirement match and Storm challenges him to a match next week.
Black Taurus vs. PCO
The bell rings, and the two lock up. Taurus goes for a shoulder tackle, but PCO blocks it. Taurus hits an uppercut, and PCO fires back with a forearm. Taurus hits an insiguri, followed by a backstabber. He goes for a pin, but PCO kicks out. Taurus slaps PCO, followed by a chop. Taurus gets PCO up on his shoulders, but PCO escapes. He clotheslines Taurus out of the ring, and then tosses him back in. He clotheslines Taurus out of the other side of the ring, followed by a cannonball through the middle rope. He sets him up on the apron and delivers a couple elbows.
The PCO goes for a pin, but Taurus gets his foot on the bottom rope. Taurus slammed him with an elbow drop, followed by a sling blade. The PCO climbed to the top rope and got an elbow drop from Taurus. He was kicked out before the
PCO moves out of the way and hits a DDT. He climbs to the top rope and hits a moonsault for the win.
After the fight, Honor No More comes down and celebrates that Black Taurus won. Crazzy Steve hops in the ring to protect Taurus from Heath, but he was caught off guard. Backstage, Bullet Club is watching what’s going on in the ring. Gia Miller approaches them and asks if their issues with Honor No More are over. They say that they eat their lunch every day and they’re starving for some action against them. Ace Austin says he wants a piece of acting out next week: Bullet Club vs. Honor No More.
Back from the break, we went backstage. Brian Myers is there, and he tells the two wrestlers that they do not have a credible wrestling school. We then focus on Bhupinder Gujjar, who demands a shot at the Digital Media Title. He says that it should be a No.1 Contenders match next week between himself and Swinger.
Rich Swann vs. Shera
Swann attempts a striking move, but Shera sidesteps him and reverses the situation. He sends Swann to the mat and hits a stomping move. He strangles Swann with his boot and then throws him onto the ground with a jawbreaker. He throws Swann into the corner and bodyslams him with an arm throw that lands perfectly. Shera charges at Swann in the corner but is caught with a dropkick that knocks Singh off-balance outside the ring. Swann quickly follows up with several high-impact moves leading to a winning 450 splash from his opponent
Winner: Rich Swann
According to the backstage segment, raw John Morrison and Tenille Dashwood confront Gisele Swan-Young. The tension is high when they are reminded that Masha Slamovich may kill her as they intimidate Shaw’s statement.
The revenant Rosemary and a new ally, the cyborg Valkyrie, plot their next move backstage. Rosemary says that with “All Hands on Deck” they should’ve been able to provide Havok cover and she says they need to find Havok in the Undead Realm. Rosemary says she can’t come because people die there. Valkyrie insists on joining her in order to back her up as much as possible and so reluctantly agrees with her.
Deonna Purrazzo and Mia Yim come to the ring, which is followed by a Commentary for next week.
As soon as the bell rings and the two lock up, Yim slams Purrazzo’s head into the mat and they exchange forward-bearing body maneuvers. Yim then gets the upper hand and sends Purrazzo to the mat.
Yim jumps on Purrazzo with a forearm and a dropkick, then follows up with a suicide dive. Yim then tosses Purrazzo back into the ring and goes for a pin, but Purrazzo kicks out. Yim hits a backslide and a jackknife rollup, but Purrazzo kicks out of both. Yim hits a hurricanrana, but Purrazzo fires back with a leg trip.
Now on the mat, Yim executes a strong head butt and gains the upper hand. She flips Purrazzo into the ropes and delivers a dropkick before going for a pin but Purrazzo kicks out.
Yim charges at Eat Defeat with a Code Blue, but Purrazzo rolls out of the ring. Yim hits a kick to the face, then goes for a pin but Purrazzo kicks out. The two women slug it out with forearms and chops until Purrazzo hits a knee to Yim’s midsection. Yim hits a big boot to Purrazzo’s face, but Purrazzo hits a side Russian leg sweep. Purrazzo locks in a Fujiwara ArmBar, but Yim rolls her up. Purrazzo kicks out and then hits the Queen’s Gambit. She goes for the pin but Yim kicks out.
Yim takes Purrazzo down with a powerbomb, then goes for the Package Piledriver. Purrazzo kicks out though and soon the two women are slugging it out with some forearms. One by one, Yim connects with her fast kick strikes before hitting another Package Driver. She hits Eat Defeat for the win.
Winner: Mia Yim
After this match, Mika scores the victory for her team by winning a Knockout Championship. With her victory, she applauds her opponent and shakes hands to make an amicable exchange.