Lance Archer Says He Can't Spit Water At NJPW Crowds Anymore, Official Impact Preview, Travis Banks

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- Impact Wrestling sent Wrestling Inc. the following official preview for tonight's show, which airs at 10 pm ET on Pursuit and Impact's Twitch channel.

In the main event of IMPACT! from Mexico City, World Champion Johnny Impact and rival Brian Cage must join forces against Killer Kross and Moose. The Lucha Brothers team up with Taurus against the trio of LAX and Daga. Team AAA standout Psycho Clown goes one-on-one with Team IMPACT's Fallah Bahh in a preview of the IMPACT World Cup. Plus The Rascalz take on the unlikely duo of Eddie Edwards and Eli Drake. In Knockouts tag team action, Su Yung and Dark Allie collide with Kiera Hogan and Jordynne Grace. We'll also hear from Tessa Blanchard following her suspension by management. Scarlett Bordeaux opens the doors to her training camp. And X-Division Champion Rich Swann sits down to discuss his past with Sami Callihan.


- Lance Archer spoke with Pro Wrestling Sheet about why he's not allowed to spit water into NJPW crowds any longer. When asked if he did it to the wrong person, here was Hoyt's response:

"I guess so, a small portion of the NJPW audience?the majority of them loved it," Archer began. "I would go through the audience and do the water spraying, spitting throwing, and stuff. People were holding signs in Japan?in English?saying, 'water, please.' I came around the corner one time and an adult father had his child, maybe two years old, holding it up for me to come around the corner and spray the child. I said, 'nope,' went around the child and he was disappointed! There was a small portion of the audience that was complaining about bags and their hair. That got listen to and now I can't do it."