TNA Impact Results: Gut Check Edition Of Open Fight Night, Brooke Hogan & Bully Ray?, More

TNA Impact Results: Gut Check Edition Of Open Fight Night, Brooke Hogan & Bully Ray?, More
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This week's Impact begins with footage of last week's show involving Aces & 8's and Bobby Roode's #1 Contender win over James Storm. We go to pyro and crowd shots. We are welcomed to a Gut Check edition of Impact's Open Fight Night.

-We go to the ring where Jeremy Borash introduces Wes Briscoe, who is in the ring. Borash introduces his Gut Check: Garett Bischoff.

Gut Check: Wes Briscoe vs. Garett Bischoff

They lock up and Wes gets an early takedown. Garett responds with one of his own. They trade counters as they feel each other out. They go to a stalemate and cheers. Kurt Angle comes down to take a closer look. They hit simultaneous dropkicks and reset. More back and forth. Wes gets a quick 1. Angle cheers Wes from ringside. Garett hits a shoulderblock and trades shots with Wes. Wes drops him in a neckbreaker and gets another 1. Wes works up from a side headlock and hits a corkscrew crossbody and they trade near-falls. The pace quickens with more one-ups-man-ship. Wes rolls Garett up out of nowhere and gets a win.

Winner by pin: Wes Briscoe

Angle comes in and congratulates Wes. Garett raises Wes' arm and they embrace.

-We go to the back with all the previous Gut Check winners. Al Snow gives them a pep talk and says they can call out anyone they want.

-We're back from a break as Joey Ryan comes to the ring. Ryan cuts a promo on Hulk Hogan and calls out Chavo Guerrero.

Open Fight Night: Joey Ryan vs. Chavo Guerrero

Ryan goes right at Chavo on his way into the ring and Chavo turns things around in the corner. Ryan tries to get a time-out. Chavo hits uppercuts but Ryan catches him with a reverse elbow and poses in the ropes. Chavo charges in but Ryan hits him with a nice dropkick and does some more posing. Ryan works the neck as Chavo fights up. Chavo hits his own dropkick to a charging Ryan and they trade shots in the center. Chavo hits a head scissors takedown and a Senton into the ring from the apron. Chavo hits the 3 Amigos on Ryan and calls for the finisher. Chavo goes up top but Matt Morgan comes in and chokeslams Chavo down to the mat. Hernandez runs down and Morgan escapes.

Winner by disqualification: Chavo Guerrero

-We go to the back where Austin Aries is asked about Open Fight Night. Aries says the person he calls out needs not a Gut Check but a reality check. He says it will be a family affair and he can't wait. We go to break.

-We're back as Sam Shaw is introduced. Shaw calls out the first Gut Check winner, Alex Silva.

Open Fight Night: Sam Shaw vs. Alex Silva

Silva goes right at Shaw upon entering the ring and takes full control. Silva stops to play to the crowd. Silva makes a cover but Shaw quickly kicks out. Silva goes for a leg drop but Shaw moves out of the way. Silva sends Shaw in and follows in with a clothesline in the corner. Silva continues to dominate and shouts out Canada. Silva hits a scoop slam and stomps Shaw on the mat. Shaw lands on his feet after a back body drop and hits a spear on Silva with some ground and pound. Shaw hits some dropkicks and a nice combination. Shaw comes off the top with a dropkick for the upset.

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