This week on Impact Wrestling, Executive Vice President Scott D'Amore sat down with the two tag teams - Havok & Nevaeh and Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz - for a contract signing before their historic match to determine who will become the new Knockout Tag Team Champions at Hard To Kill this Saturday.

During their signing, D'Amore briefly showed what the newly mastered Championships will look like. After the initial signing, Hogan and Steelz taunted Havok and Nevaeh. Havok and Nevaeh took it upon themselves by putting their hands around Hogan and Steelz's necks before closing out their segment.

In November, eight tag teams competed in the Knockouts Tag Team Title Tournament. Hogan and Steelz won their semi-final match against Taya Valkyrie and Rosemary, while Havok and Nevaeh won their semi-final match against Jazz and Jordynne Grace.

- Speaking of Knockouts, Rosemary and Crazzy Steve teased a Decay reunion during her match against Tenille Dashwood this week. Tenille's manager, Kaleb (With A "K"), interfered several times during Tenille/Rosemary's scheduled match. Crazzy Steve made his way down to help keep Kaleb off of Rosemary for her clean pinfall victory.

Decay (consisting of Rosemary, Crazzy Steve, and Abyss) formed their trio in January of 2016. All three members successfully gained championship gold as the TNA World Tag Team Champions and Knockouts Champion. Their group lasted only a year after Steve departed from the company.

In 2019, Abyss (Chris Parks) left the company for WWE to work as a producer. He also debuted an on-screen character Joseph Parks, who was once AJ Styles' statistician/enforcer when he was feuding with Jeff Hardy for the Intercontinental Championship last summer.