Welcome to Wrestling Inc’s live coverage of Impact Wrestling’s Final Resolution. This event is available exclusively on IMPACT Plus, or purchased individually through FITE TV at 8 pm EST! Be sure to chime in on your thoughts about tonight’s show in the comments section below. Additionally, share our live coverage through social media. Make sure to click the REFRESH button to continue to get the most current up to date coverage. Above and below is what’s on tonight’s card:

Josh Mathews and Madison Rayne welcome fans to Final Resolution! We kick things off with an “Old School Rules” match!

Old School Rules: Tommy Dreamer vs. Larry D

A little trash talk leads to a lockup as the match begins. Both men shove each other before Larry D takes the lead with a shoulder tackle. Both men roll out of the ring. Tommy Dreamer smacks Larry D with an uppercut. He grabs a baking sheet and hits Larry D in the head with it before busting out a water bottle and throwing it in Larry’s direction. Larry D puts on the breaks and sends Dreamer face-first into the ring post. Next, he dumps a big cardboard box on top of Dreamer’s neck. Larry D finds himself in a whirl of trouble following a punch that accidentally goes through a trash can lid. Both men make their way back into the ring. Larry D knocks Dreamer off of his feet with another baking sheet to the head. Larry D gets a near-fall count.

Larry D wraps a chain around Dreamer’s neck. Dreamer breaks free by sending Larry into the corner. An Irish Whip ensues right after, but Larry D catches Dreamer with a back elbow. He sets up a chair in between the middle and top rope. Larry D finds a weight belt and smacks Dreamer around with it. He follows it up with a powerslam and an elbow drop. Dreamer gets the boot up in the corner and rocks Larry D with a backdrop. Dreamer uses the weight belt to his advantage and wraps it around his arm before connecting an elbow drop in the center of the ring. Dreamer gets his first near-fall count. Dreamer connects a well-crafted cutter for another near-fall at 2.

Dreamer pushes Larry D off the top rope and puts him in the tree of woe. He lands a running low dropkick in the corner. As Dreamer slides in more weapons, Acey Romero runs down to put a stop to Dreamer’s antics. Dreamer falls flat with a discus clothesline. XXXL set up a table in the corner. John E Bravo makes his way into the match to stop XXL. Bravo gets a no-budge double clothesline. Bravo moves out of the way in time for Romero to crash into the table in the corner. Larry D sends Bravo off his feet with a powerful headbutt. Dreamer hits Larry with a kendo stick and an old school DDT to gain the pinfall victory! It looks like Larry D’s days as a free man are over. He is heading to jail (well, his alter-ego Lawerence is) following his confession of shooting John E Bravo.

Winner: Tommy Dreamer

Post-Match: Tommy Dreamer handcuffs Larry D. Acey Romero gets on his knees, and cries for his friend.

Josh Mathews and Madison Rayne run through what’s still to come on tonight’s show. Mathews informs fans that the AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and Don Callis’ tour bus is back in the parking lot. We’ll get more information on that later on in this broadcast. Up next, we’ll see some Knockouts tag team action!

Havok & Nevaeh vs. The Sea Stars

Nevaeh and Delmi Exo start the match. Delmi looks for a waist lock. Nevaeh switches it up into a wrist lock. Delmi sends Nevaeh towards the other side of the ring with a hurricanrana. Nevaeh flies off the ropes with a bulldog. She gets her first near-fall on Delmi. Ashley Vox comes in for her sister. Ashley sends Nevaeh off her feet with a dropkick. Nevaeh falls towards her corner, and Havok tags herself in. Ashley traps Havok’s arm. Havok turns it into a missed leg drop. Delmi is back in. She gets sent back-first on the mat with a devastating backbreaker. Havok gets a near-fall count on Delmi. Nevaeh and Havok charge towards Delmi in the corner. Nevaeh gets another near-fall of 2.

Havok charges in again and gets another near-fall. She grabs Delmi by the hair and slams herself into the corner. Nevaeh makes another quick tag. Havok lands a swift kick on the apron, which helps Nevaeh send Delmi off her feet with a perfectly executed German Suplex. Delmi rises to her feet and tags Ashley back in. Ashley tries to pull the upset with a suicide dive, but Havok catches her. Delmi and Ashley connects a beautiful codebreaker/senton combination. Delmi was very close to picking up the pinfall victory. Unfortunately, that wasn’t enough to keep Havok down. Nevaeh makes a tag to send Delmi down and out with a cutter to gain the victory.

Winners: Nevaeh & Havok

Backstage: Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz have a play on what they’re going to do about the wad of cash they stole. They will participate in Hernandez and Fallah Bahh’s match later on this evening.

Up next, a mixed tag team match is in progress.

Tenille Dashwood & Kaleb (With A K) vs. Alisha & Eddie Edwards

Tenille Dashwood and Alisha lockup briefly before tagging in their partners. Eddie Edwards gives Kaleb a hard-hitting chop to the chest before connected an inverted atomic drop. Kaleb finds his offense with a trip and a chop. Eddie goes face-first into the top turnbuckle. He trips him again towards the ropes. Tenille gets involved and gets her photo taken. Eddie sends Kaleb crashing with a Blue Thunder Bomb in the center of the ring. Alisha and Tenille make their way back in. Alisha comes in hot with a low flatliner and a bulldog from the corner. Alisha gets a near-fall count of 2. Alisha lands a wicked forearm on Kaleb, sending him out of the ring. Kaleb grabs hold of Alisha’s foot, which helps Tenille roll Alisha up for only a near-fall.

Tenille has a little fun with her Dash Woogie. She gets another near-fall on Alisha. She tries to go for a cheap shot. Eddie gets the referee involved. Alisha is up top. Kaleb pushes her off into the tree of woe. Tenille pulls Alisha’s hair while she is in that position. She charges towards her with a low crossbody, and another near-fall comes out of it. Alisha gets her boot up in time before Kaleb can crash on top of her. Eddie is back in. Eddie gets caught a few back elbows and a body drop. Tenille blocks a Tiger Driver on Kaleb. Alisha sends Kaleb out of the ring with a tilt-a-whirl head scissors. Eddie flies out of the ring. Alisha climbs to the top rope. Sami Callihan’s music hits, but he isn’t out there. Tenille takes advantage of the distraction with her Spotlight Kick to pick up the victory.

Winners: Tenille Dashwood & Kaleb

Post-Match: Sami Callihan sneaks into the ring and slugs Eddie in the face with his baseball bat. He keeps the brutality going with a deadly piledriver. He grabs a hold of Alisha, and security runs down to the ring to try and stop him.

Outside: Gia Miller knocks on Kenny Omega and Don Callis’ tour bus. She knocks a few times before Don Callis comes out. Gia asks Don if Kenny is on the bus and if he’s going to be involved in tonight’s show? Callis informs her that no, he will not be on tonight’s show. He’s there to see family. Callis excuses himself.

We head back to the ring for more action!

Hernandez vs. Fallah Bahh (w/Kiera Hogan as the guest referee and Tasha Steelz as the guest announcer)

Hernandez flies in on Fallah Bahh. Bahh corners him with a big chop. Hernandez ducks out to land a chop of his own. Bahh hooks the leg, and referee Kiera Hogan only gets a 2 count. Bahh connects four big shots to Hernandez on the apron. Hernandez dives off the top rope and spears into Bahh. Hernandez meets Bahh in the center with a dropkick. Hernandez goes up and over the top rope again. Kiera and Tasha Steelz cheer Hernandez on. Hernandez rolls Bahh back up into the ring. He goes for a cover, and Kiera gets a 2 count again. Hernandez smashes Bahh with a splash and a senton off the ropes. He gets another near-fall count. Bahh tells Hernandez, “No, no, no” before connecting a clothesline. He continues the offense by squashing Hernandez in the corner. He drops on top of him with a leg drop. Kiera takes her sweet time with the count, which helps Hernandez kick out at 2. Bahh and Kiera start to argue about that count. Bahh crashing off the middle rope. Hernandez flies off the top with a splash and wins the match.

Winner: Hernandez

Post-Match: Tasha Steelz digs into her fanny pack to give Hernandez his wad of cash back. But there’s a problem: there’s no money in the fanny pack. They run as fast as they can out of the ring.

Backstage: Chris Bey is ready for his main event match against Rich Swann for the Impact World Championship tonight. He is ready to teach Swann the Art of Finese tonight!

We take a look back at Joe Doering’s return back to Impact last month at Turning Point and his newfound alliance with Eric Young. Young will face Rhino in singles competition, next!

Eric Young (w/ Joe Doering) vs. Rhino

Rhino wastes little time to get the match started on the right foot with a series of shots. Eric Young steps out of the ring to get a breather. Back in the ring, Rhino drives Young’s face into the top turnbuckle before laying in a few chops. Joe Doering draws Rhino’s attention to get Young to lay down a drop off the apron. Young looks for a cover and only picks up a near-fall. Young comes flying in with neckbreaker before clobbering Rhino with a series of punches. Young drives his knee into Rhino’s arm and gets another near-fall. He goes for another near-fall with the same results.

Rhino lands a few big shots to gain some distance. Young comes up empty with a moonsault off the top. Rhino keeps end Young off his feet with clothesline after clothesline. Young fires back with three elbows. Rhino lands a TKO, and Young pulls out of the pin at 2. Rhino accidentally sends Young into the referee. Joe Doering tries to get involved. Rhino stops that from happening. Young grabs his mask off the ring post. The Deaners run down to stop Young from using his mask. After Cody Deaner yells out, “I’m not a nobody,” he decks Cousin Jake in the head with Young’s mask! Cody Deaner leaves the ring. Young smashes the mask into Rhino’s face, and the referee makes the pinfall count. Eric Young wins the match.

Winner: Eric Young

Backstage: Karl Anderson gets in through Kenny Omega’s family time event. Where will this lead to?

We take a look at Rohit Raju’s X-Division title reign this year since he won it in August. This will be his final “Defeat Rohit” Challenge of 2020. We’ll find out who will step up and challenge him next!

Before his match, Rohit Raju wants the world to know that he is not only the greatest Indian wrestler out there, but he’s the greatest wrestler of all time. He says he’s proven everyone wrong this year. He is ready to keep the momentum going as the greatest X-Division holder of all time. We get Manik, who will be his challenger tonight!

X-Division Championship: Rohit Raju (c) vs. Manik

Manik (TJP) is up on the top ropes and flies off on Rohit Raju before the bell rings. Rohit Raju tries to get back into this with a boot to the face. Manik flies over with a big elbow before lock in his octopus submission. Manik rolls through with a near-fall on Raju. Raju pushes Manik out of the ring, and he disappears. Manik sneaks into the ring when Raju wasn’t looking to go for another pin attempt. Raju kicks out again at 2. Raju comes up empty with a running boot. Raju stops Manik’s momentum temporarily with a big slap. He goes for a pin and gets his first near-fall in the match.

Raju gets a bit of a time-lapse with a leg sweep. Both men are up on the middle and top rope. Raju and Manik tumble off the top. Manik rolls Raju up with another 2 count. Manik creates separation with a GTS. Manik lands a beautiful DDT for another near-fall of 2. He heads to the top and rolls through with a swanton. Raju builds momentum with a rolling senton. He heads to the top with a double stomp. Raju is in awe when Manik kicks out of his finisher at 2. Raju goes for a flatliner. Manik kicks out again. Raju locks him up in the center of the ring with a crossface. Manik catches him again with another octopus submission. Raju fights free by getting his hand on the top rope. Both men trade shots in the center of the ring. Manik catches Raju with a rollup pinfall victory! Manik is the new X-Division Champion!

Winner: Manik

Backstage: Moose informs Gia Miller that his purpose for being here tonight is that he’s angry that he isn’t being recognized for his victories and for being a defending TNA World Heavyweight Champion. He says that he’ll be watching Rich Swann/Chris Bey’s match very closely, and he plans to take that title away from the winner.

Up next, the Knockouts Championship is on the line!

Knockouts Championship: Deonna Purrazzo (c) (w/ Kimber Lee) vs. Rosemary (w/ Taya Valkyrie)

We see Deonna Purrazzo try to lock in the Venus de Milo (Fujiwara armbar) earlier on in the match. Purrazzo spills to the floor. Taya Valkyrie has kept her eye on Kimber Lee’s cheat shot tactics in the match. Rosemary goes to town on Purrazzo, with a series of shots and a scorpion death drop in the center of the ring. Purrazzo breaks free in time for a near-fall. Rosemary locks the champion in her Upside Down. Kimber Lee tries to get involved, but Rosemary keeps her in check. Purrazzo connects a hard elbow, which sends her crashing towards the outside.

Purrazzo rocks Rosemary with a DDT before turning over and wrapping her hands around Rosemary’s head. Rosemary breaks free with a sidewalk slam. Taya and Kimber are trying to motivate their friends in the match. Both women trade shots in the center of the ring. Rosemary gains the upper hand with a clothesline and a slingblade. She flattens Purrazzo out of the corner with an exploded suplex. Purrazzo kicks out of the attempted pin. Purrazzo spins free and tries to drag Rosemary’s arm for an armbar. Rosemary switches it out with a butterfly suplex. Rosemary sends Purrazzo off her arm with her Red Wedding finisher. Purrazzo lands a swift kick and her gotch style finisher, the Costa Nova, to retain her championship.

Winner: Deonna Purrazzo

Post-Match: Taya Valkyrie sends Kimber Lee and Deonna Purrazzo out of the ring.

On The Tour Bus: Karl Anderson, Kenny Omega, and Don Callis reminisce about their glory days in New Japan and their time together in the Bullet Club. Anderson informs the guys that he has a match next against Ethan Page. Omega and Callis push Anderson to show off his “Machine Gun” persona for tonight’s match!

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

Karl Anderson corners Ethan Page. They break it up and find themselves in the same spot again. Anderson sends Page for a ride with a back elbow. He lays down a flurry of punches. Page grips his face and fights out of the corner with a forearm. Anderson stomps away at Page’s face. On the outside, Anderson drives Page’s face on to the apron. Josh Alexander helps Page land a backbreaker on Anderson before stomping him out of the ring again.

Page smashes his shoulder in with a tackle. Page looks for a cover and gets a near-fall count at 2. Page locks Anderson up with a side headlock. Page goes for another pin and gets the same results. We see Page land another devastating backbreaker for the same 2 count. Page finds himself frustrated and takes it out on the referee. Page drives his knee into Anderson’s back. Anderson gets back up on his feet to build momentum with two elbow strikes and a senton in the center of the ring. Anderson catches Page with a spinebuster. He only gets a near-fall again at 2. Page leaps over with a big kick, which helps him connect a scoop and a slam for another 2 count.

Page takes Anderson out of the corner with a slam to the center of the ring. Anderson, again, kicks out at 2. Anderson lands a big shot at Josh Alexander, who tries to get involved again. Anderson sends Page off his feet for the rest of the match with his Gun Stun finisher to win this grudge match.

Winner: Karl Anderson

Post-Match: Because he lost the match tonight, Ethan Page and Josh Alexander will not get a shot at the Impact Tag Team Championships, which The Good Brothers have. Page tells Alexander he has a plan for them. Alexander doesn’t think he does and leaves the ring.

And now, the main event!

Impact World Championship: Rich Swann (c) vs. Chris Bey

Both men lockup. Chris Bey backs Rich Swann into the corner. Bey goes for a clean break. They restart the match with the World Champion putting a wrist lock on Bey. Bey spins free and gains wrist control. Things quicken up with Swann landing a dropkick. Swann rolls Bey through with a snapmare and a big kick to the spine. Swann looks for a cover, and he only gets a near-fall. Swann goes for a Rolling Thunder. Bey counters it by putting his knees up. Bey flies in with a neckbreaker for another near-fall count.

On the outside, Bey sends Swann into the guardrails. Bey rolls Swann back in. He hooks the legs for another 2 count. Bey adds insult to injury with a punch to the jaw and a front face lock on the champ. Bey throws Swann into the turnbuckles. Swann rolls Bey up for a sunset flip and another 2 count. Swann goes up and over on the apron. Bey connects a series of shots before rocking him with a flying elbow. Swann kicks out of another pin attempt. Swann drives his boot into Bey’s face. This still gives him another near-fall of 2. The champ is in trouble following a torture rack and a slam. Bey hooks another pin to only come out with another 2 count.

Swann finds his offense again with a hurricanrana off the ropes, followed by a cartwheel for another 2 count. Bey was so close to becoming the new champion when he sent Swann on the mat with a Code Red. Swann, successfully, kicks out in time at 2.9. Both men trade shots in the center of the ring. One of Bey’s shots puts Swann down on a knee. Bey and Swann catch each other with two very sound roundhouse kicks. Bey and Swann roll each other up with back and forth pins. Bey catches Swann with a fisherman buster for another 2.9 count. The camera zooms in on Bey’s face. He is in complete dismay. Swann gets a deep kick in and his signature Phoenix Splash in to secure the win and his championship.

Winner: Rich Swann

Post-Match: Moose’s music hits, and he makes his way down to the ring. He is holding both the Impact World and TNA World Heavyweight Championships. He gives Rich Swann his World Championship back. He is there to remind Swann that he’s here, and he’s the real champion.

That concludes Final Resolution. Thanks for watching!