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Tonight's episode will be the go-home show before Turning Point this Saturday, which will broadcast live on Impact Plus. Wrestling Inc. will cover this event, starting at 8 PM EST that day! To learn more about the event and the card, click here.

Josh Mathews welcomes fans to Impact Wrestling! We kick things off with a Knockouts tag team match ahead of the tournament set to start next week!

Madison Rayne & Tenille Dashwood (w/Kaleb With a "K") vs. Havok & Nevaeh

Madison Rayne and Tenille Dashwood make a quick exchange on who will start the match first. They both agree it'll be Rayne who does. Rayne rolls Nevaeh up right away with a schoolgirl. Nevaeh gets her shoulders up at 2. Nevaeh gains wrist control taking Rayne down on the mat. Rayne rolls through. Nevaeh sends Rayne down again with a clothesline with only a 2 count near-fall. Rayne rolls Nevaeh up right away with a schoolgirl. Nevaeh gets her shoulders up at 2. Nevaeh gains wrist control taking Rayne down on the mat. Rayne rolls through. Nevaeh sends Rayne down again with a clothesline with only a 2 count near-fall. Dashwood grabs a tag in. Both women hit a stalemate with multiple standing switches. After they break it up, Nevaeh tags in Havok. Havok grabs Dashwood by her hair. Dashwood climbs up on Havok's back. Havok sends Dashwood crashing towards the middle turnbuckle. Dashwood rolls forward with a dropkick. She only gets a 2 count on Havok. Rayne is back in for her partner. Havok drops Rayne on her knee with a backbreaker. Rayne kicks out of the near-fall attempt at 2. Rayne rocks Havok with a step-up enziguri. Havok grabs Rayne up and knocks her out cold with her soul-crushing tombstone piledriver. Havok picks up the win.

Winners: Havok & Nevaeh

Josh Mathews is a little nervous to have Rayne join him on commentary later on tonight. He quickly goes through lineups for Turning Point on Saturday, as well as what's to come tonight.

Backstage: Gia Miller speaks with The Good Brothers ahead of their big title match against The North on Saturday. She asks them if they're ready. Karl Anderson says, oh yeah! Tonight, he will face one-half of the Impact Tag Team champions, Josh Alexander. Ethan Page interrupts their interview. Anderson and Doc Gallows mock Page's alter ego, The Karate Man before a slap happens.

Sherlock Tommy Dreamer is still on a mission to find out who shot John E. Bravo. He questions Larry D, who checks out as innocent. Next in line is Cody Deaner. Dreamer recalls a conversation where Cody mentioned he'd like to kill Bravo. They leave us on a cliffhanger as we head back to the ring for the next match of the evening.

X-Division Championship: Rohit Raju (c) vs. TJP (If Rohit Wins, TJP Cannot Challenge for the Title Anymore)

Their match takes flight right before the bell rings. TJP runs out of the ring and sends Rohit Raju onto the ramp. He picks him up and sends him back in the ring. TJP double stomps Raju but only get's a near-fall 2 count. Raju gains some offense with a foot choke in the corner. TJP sends Raju into the middle turnbuckle. Both men strike the living snot out of each other before the commercial break.

Coming back from the break, TJP hits a tornado DDT. Raju drives TJP down on the mat by pushing, slapping, and kicking his injured arm. He lands a suplex before the cover. TJP kicks out at 2. Raju comes off the ropes with a throat punch, but that doesn't suffice for a pin. He keeps right on him with a DDT. The same results occur with another near-fall. Raju keeps TJP grounded until he counters it with a small package pin. Raju gets his shoulders up at 2. TJP flies off the ropes with a back elbow before putting the champion in a surfboard position. Raju rolls over with a close call pinfall. Raju has TJP tied up in the ropes.

Both men make their way back into the middle of the ring. Raju works TJP's arm again. TJP performs a similar Road To Valhalla. He digs deep with a kneebar on Raju. Raju climbs over towards his belt. The referee grabs the title out of his hands. Behind the ref's back, Raju low blows TJP. Raju goes for the last pinfall to retain his championship.

Winner: Rohit Raju

Backstage: Hernandez threatens Fallah Bahh that if he doesn't confess to stealing his money, he will say that Bahh shot Bravo. Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz come in to stick up for him. While Hogan and Bahh talk, Steelz steals the wad of cash right out of Bahh's front pocket. Poor guy.

At the Treehouse: The Rascalz just found out they're getting evicted from their treehouse. It appears they haven't paid for their place in two years! They have one week to leave Impact.

We head back to the ring for the third match of the evening!

Acey Romero (w/Larry D) vs. Chris Sabin

Both men duke it out with closed fist shots right before the bell rings. Once the match is officiated, Acey Romero swings Chris Sabin towards the corner with an uppercut. Sabin tries to fight out of Romero's reach, but it doesn't go too far. Romero is back in control with leg lock in the ropes. Larry D takes a swing at Sabin from the outside. Sabin throws a series of jabs to try and make it up on his feet. Romero stands over him and powerslams him in the middle of the ring. Sabin looks for an equalizer off the second rope. Romero grabs him midair. Sabin squirms out to land on top of XXXL with a double crossbody on the outside. Sabin heads to the top again to land a crossbody. Sabin looks for a pin. Romero kicks out at 2.9. Sabin rolls in to miss Romero's senton attempt. Sabin builds momentum with a dropkick off the top rope. Sabin gets Romero down and out with two dropkicks to win the match.

Winner: Chris Sabin

Post-Match: Larry D charges in to stomp away on Chris Sabin. They warn him and all the tag teams in the back that they're the best.

Backstage: Sami Callihan approaches Chris Bey with a friendly tone. Callihan has an idea in mind. We'll find out what they're cooking up later on in the broadcast.

Back to the confessions, Father James Mitchell tells Dreamer that he assumes Rosemary is the one who shot Bravo. Dreamer informs Mitchell that his lie detector test is off the charts. Michell takes the wires off and tells Dreamer he thinks he might have a better idea of who it was that shot Bravo.

The high-flyer and the brawler of Impact meet for their match next!

Chris Bey vs. Eddie Edwards

Chris Bey and Eddie Edwards begin the match with beautiful back-and-forth showmanship, as Edwards sends Bey down with a hard shoulder tackle, while Bey flies off the ropes. Edwards connects an inverted atomic drop before sending Bey on a ride across the ring. Bey lands a spinning heel kick for only a 2 count on Edwards. Edwards comes flying out of the corner with some hard-hitting Japanese strong style chops. Bey counters Edwards Tiger Driver. Bey looks for his Finesser finisher. Edwards rolls Bey up to secure a victory for this week.

Winner: Eddie Edwards

Backstage: Chris Bey brings in a chair. The lights go dark. Sami Callihan's music hits. He is out in the ring with his infamous baseball bat. He takes a swing at Edwards. The Impact World Champion, Rich Swann, runs down to help Edwards. Ken Shamrock comes down to help outnumber Edwards and Swann. Callihan sets a chair over Swann. Before Callihan goes for another swing at Swann, the Rascalz runs out to save their friends. The battle lines have been drawn.

Backstage: Tenille Dashwood is hesitant to talk to Jordynne Grace, so she asks Kaleb to do it for her. Grace doesn't want to hear from Kaleb, so Dashwood asks the big question: will she be her partner for next week's opener for the Knockouts Tag Tournament? Grace isn't sold on being her partner, so she decides in order for Dashwood to earn her trust, they should team up on Saturday at Turning Point. Dashwood says that's perfect!

We see an advertisement ahead of Turning Point this Saturday!

Backstage: Rich Swann thanks the Rascalz for coming out there and helping him out. They say, of course, they're family. Swann issues a tag team match for next week to end the Rascalz's run in Impact with a bang. It'll be Dez and Wentz taking on Swann and Trey Miguel. They're all excited about this!

Following that, we see the Impact Flashback Moment of the Week with Beer Money, Inc. taking on The British Invasion.

Backstage: Gia Miller asks the former Knockouts champion Deonna Purrazzo about her match with Su Yung for the title on Saturday. Purrazzo says she always has a plan, and that's why she has always won her matches. During her interview, Kimber Lee disappears. Purrazzo goes looking for her. Lee appears through a window with Yung's words above her reading, "I Think UR Alone Now."

We go back to seeing Mitchell and Dreamer discussing who he thinks killed Bravo. Dreamer says he needs more proof before believing Mitchell. In walks Havok for her lie detector test. Dreamer asks if she shot her. We're left with another cliffhanger!

We head back to the ring for more tag team action!

Reno Scum vs. Crazzy Steve & Fallah Bahh

Luster "The Legend" and Fallah Bahh kick things off. Luster puts Bahh in a side headlock. The hold is broken after Bahh sends Luster towards the ropes. Crazzy Steve and Adam Thornstowe are both tagged in to fight. Thornstowe slams Steve face-first towards the top turnbuckle. Luster grabs a tag from Thornstowe. Luster clocks Steve with a cold punch. Luster drags Steve over to smoosh his face in Thornstowe's armpit. Luckily, Steve is able to get a tag in to Bahh after that stinky encounter. Bahh sends Luster down on the canvas with a belly-to-back suplex. Thornstowe becomes the legal man. Luster catches Steve on the outside and smashes his back into the ring post. Thornstowe connects a double stomp off the top to pick up a big win for Reno Scum.

Winners: Reno Scum

Backstage: Chris Sabin is looking for someone to watch his back. He calls for James Storm. He says he's in to help Sabin while Alex Shelley is out on injury.

Backstage: The doctor checks on Willie Mack after being viciously thrown around by Moose last week. The doc clears him for his match on Saturday. Moose runs in to spoil the good news, only to be put in his place by Mack.

And now, our main event!

Josh Alexander (w/Ethan Page) vs. Karl Anderson (w/Doc Gallows)

Both men lockup. Josh Alexander goes behind. Karl Anderson gains wrist control for a moment before Alexander sends Anderson down on the mat. Alexander gets a chop in before being thrown over the top rope with a clothesline.

Back from the break, Alexander and Anderson are on the outside. Ethan Page jumps in front of the camera to show off their tag titles while Alexander has Anderson locked up. Both men make their way back in the ring. Alexander stomps on the back of Anderson's knee. Anderson gets himself up in a vertical position after landing some chops. Alexander fires back with chops of his own. Alexander slams Anderson with a back suplex. He goes for a pin. Anderson kicks out at 2. Anderson connects a neckbreaker to create some distance.

Both men meet in the middle, trading forearms. Anderson sends Alexander for a ride on the ropes before landing on top with a senton. Anderson keeps his dominance on point with a spinebuster. He heads for a pin. Alexander kicks out at 2. Alexander delivers a big boot to Anderson's face. Alexander gets another near-fall attempt at 2. Anderson catches Alexander with an uppercut before a cover. Alexander kicks out again at 2. Ethan Page gets involved in the match to cost Alexander his singles win.

Winner By Disqualification: Karl Anderson

Post-Match: An all-out brawl breaks out between both teams. Security runs out to separate the teams.

That concludes this week's episode. Thanks for watching! Also, don't forget to check out "IMPACT! After Shock." Join Don Callis and Jimmy Jacobs as they recap this week's episode.