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Tonight’s episode is the fallout from Genesis/ go-home show before Hard To Kill, which will be live this Saturday at 8 PM EST on Fite TV and traditional pay-per-view!

Josh Mathews and Madison Rayne welcome fans to Impact Wrestling! We kick things off with a singles match between the “Crown Jewel” and “La Wera Loca!”

Kimber Lee (w/Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo) vs. Taya Valkyrie (w/Rosemary)

Kimber Lee comes charging in with a big right as the bell rings. She pushes the former Knockouts Champion into the corner. Valkyrie shoves Lee out of the way and jumps on top of her, laying a series of forearm strikes. In the corner, Valkyrie lays a big chop, making Lee’s chest turn a bright red. Lee lands a suplex and floats over for a 2 count. Lee locks up Valkyrie’s arms. Valkyrie’s shoulders hit the mat, but she gets one of them up by the 2.5 count.

Lee returns three big chops in the corner from earlier. She rolls Valkyrie in a snapmare for another 2 count. Lee slams “La Wera Loca” with a sidewalk slam. She heads to the top. As she lands her senton, Valkyrie puts her knees up in time. Valkyrie charges in with a thunderous spear for a 2 count. Lee rolls through from a sunset flip. Valkyrie locks up Lee’s arms and smashes her face into the canvas. Lee comes back with a textbook suplex. Valkyrie throws Lee face-first into the middle turnbuckle before charging in with her double knee finisher.

Deonna Purrazzo breaks up the pin on Lee. Rosemary stalks the champion up to the apron. Susan (Su Yung) comes down and takes Purrazzo’s side. Lee picks up the rollup after Valkyrie is distracted to see what Susan and Purrazzo are doing to Rosemary.

Winner: Kimber Lee

On the Bus: Don Callis, the AEW World Champion Kenny Omega, and The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson) are strategizing before Anderson’s match against Rich Swann tonight.

Tony Khan and Tony Schiavone buy another advertisement to announce tomorrow’s card for Night Two of AEW’s New Year’s Smash. They poke fun at Brian Cage’s time in Impact and also The Good Brothers and their relevance as the Impact Tag Team Champions.

We hear from Sami Callihan ahead of his “Barbed Wire Massacre” Match against Eddie Edwards this Saturday! He doesn’t think Edwards is ready for this match.

Speaking of Hard To Kill, Josh Mathews and Madison Rayne run through what fans can expect this Saturday!

We head back to the ring to see some X-Division tag team action!

Rohit Raju & Chris Bey vs. Manik & Suicide

All four men start brawling just before the bell rings. Chris Bey throws Suicide to the outside, so they can shift their focus on the X-Division Champion, Manik. Suicide rolls back into the ring and throws Bey and Rohit Raju out of the ring. Bey and Raju run back into the ring, while Suicide and Manik crawl underneath the ring. Both Suicide and Manik land stereo dives before the commercial break.

Manik and Bey are the two legal men in the ring. Manik has Bey locked up. Raju runs in to break the lockup. Suicide makes his way into the ring to stop Raju. Raju stomps away at Suicide before tagging Bey back in. Bey comes in with a hard stomp and drives his knees into the masked legend. Raju makes a tag in and looks for a cover. Suicide kicks out at 2. Bey makes his way back in. Bey catches him with a big dropkick in the center of the ring. Raju makes his way back into the ring. Suicide throws Raju across the ring with a belly-to-belly suplex to create some space. Both men tag in their partners.

Manik and Bey lock up briefly before Suicide flies into the ring. Suicide and Manik lock Raju and Bey up. Raju and Bey fight out of it. Manik fires back with a roundhouse kick to the chin of Raju. Raju connects a jumping knee on the champion. He tries to unmask Manik. Suicide runs in with a big kick. Bey flies off the ropes with his Art of Finesse on Suicide to get the pinfall victory.

Winners: Chris Bey & Rohit Raju

Backstage: After what unfolded during her match earlier tonight, Taya Valkyrie wants to be in Rosemary’s corner when she faces Tenille Dashwood. Rosemary prefers that Valkyrie stays in the back and focuses on her big match this Saturday. “The Demon Assassin,” says she has plans on what to do if there are any other interferences in her match.

Up next, the newly transformed Deaner will lock horns with Tommy Dreamer!

Deaner (w/Eric Young & Joe Doering) vs. Tommy Dreamer (w/Rhino & Cousin Jake)

Deaner bites Tommy Dreamer’s forehead as the match begins. Dreamer gets himself out of the corner with a big powerslam in the center of the ring. The referee decides to eject Joe Doering and Rhino from the outside. Eric Young gets involved with a big slap. The referee did not see Young’s interference. Dreamer lands a few jabs. Deaner catches Dreamer with his DDT. Dreamer spins out. Deaner catches a big boot from off the top. Cousin Jake gets involved when Deaner falls to the outside of the ring. The referee calls for this match to end in a No Disqualification.

Winner By DQ: Deaner

Post-Match: Rhino and Joe Doering run down to the ring to help their partners out. We see a foreshadowing of what’s to come before their six-man “Old School Rules” match this Saturday.

Next, a video package is shown highlighting the Knockouts Tag Team Title Tournament since it began in November. On Saturday, history will be made as Havok & Nevaeh will take on Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz for the Knockouts Tag Team titles

Scott D’Amore brings Havok & Nevaeh and Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz to sign a contract for their tag team match on Saturday. Brian Myers comes in to speak to D’Amore about having another match with Josh Alexander. D’Amore agrees, but he thinks they should have a fair match.

We head back to the ring for more Knockouts action!

Tenille Dashwood (w/Kaleb With A “K”) vs. Rosemary

Tenille Dashwood tries to sweet-talk Rosemary into joining her group again. Rosemary grabs Dashwood’s hand and pushes her down onto the canvas. “The Demon Assassin” throws Tenille half-way across the ring. She slams Tenille with a big sidewalk slam for only a 2 count. Kaleb gets involved in the match. She grabs him by his hair. He sprays some hair spray in Rosemary’s eyes. Tenille seizes the opportunity with a big kick for only a 2 count. Tenille locks Rosemary up in the ropes. Kaleb takes numerous pictures on the outside.

Tenille catches Rosemary in the ropes once more with a neckbreaker. She looks for another cover, and “The Demon Assassin” kicks out again at 2. Tenille counters Rosemary’s Upside Down with a roll through. She looks for another cover and gets another 2 count. Rosemary fights free from a double underhook with a clothesline. Both women exchange forearms in the center of the ring. Rosemary flies off the ropes with a slingblade. Rosemary finally locks in her Upside Down and shows off a big smile towards the camera. Tenille locks Rosemary’s arms up with her double underhook for another 2 count. Rosemary counters the Spotlight Kick with another clothesline.

Crazzy Steve comes out and chases Kaleb up the ramp. Rosemary catches Tenille with her hair spray and gains the pinfall victory!

Winner: Rosemary

Backstage: Rich Swann issues a warning to Karl Anderson ahead of their main event match tonight.

Coming back from the commercial break, we take a look back at Ethan Page’s downfall since his loss against Karl Anderson. Last week, Page’s alter-ego, The Karate Man, called out Page for lacking structure in his wrestling career. On Saturday, these two will meet in the ring for the first time!

Up next, the TNA World Heavyweight Champion is in action!

Moose vs. Matthew Palmer

Matthew Palmer charges towards Moose as the match gets underway. Moose blocks his chances to get any offense in with a big stomp. Moose tosses Palmer across the ring. Moose lands a big knee and forearm to the midsection of Palmer. Palmer fights back with a jumping knee strike. He catches two more on Moose off the top rope. Moose sends Palmer crashing onto the canvas with a Rock Bottom. Moose climbs on top of Palmer and lays shot after shot on him before the referee stops the match.

Winner: Moose

We take a look back at how the six-man main event for Hard To Kill between Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers versus Rich Swann and the Motor City Machine Guns came to be.

And now, the main event!

Karl Anderson vs. Rich Swann

Before the match starts, we see both teams getting ready to watch this main event match. Omega, Callis and Gallow are watching it on the tour bus, and MCMG is watching it backstage.

The match is underway once the show comes back from its commercial break. Karl Anderson has Rich Swann locked up. Swann breaks free and locks in Anderson’s arm. Both men get up and restart the match. Swann sends Anderson back on the mat with a deep arm drag that transitions into another arm lockup. Anderson breaks out of it and targets the World Champion by sending him into the ring post before the second commercial break.

Coming back from the final break of the evening, Anderson keeps targeting Swann’s injured shoulder by slamming it on top of the apron before sending him into the barricade off to the side. Anderson rolls Swann back in to only get a 2 count. Anderson locks up Swann’s injured arm again. The referee checks in on Swann. Swann tells him that he’s not ready to quit yet. Swann creates some separation. A slugfest ensues between the two with back and forth forearm shots. Anderson lands a big back kick to Swann’s midsection.

Swann rolls through with a clothesline. His adrenaline skyrockets with a textbook neckbreaker and a back kick to Anderson’s forehead. Anderson rolls in with a big boot for another 2 count. Swann quickly rolls Anderson up for a pinfall victory! The Impact World Champion wins!

Winner: Rich Swann

Backstage: A huge fight breaks out between Omega & The Good Brothers and Rich Swann & Motor City Machine Guns.

That concludes this week’s episode. Thanks for watching! Be sure to join us for our Hard To Kill live coverage this Saturday, as well as AXS TV’s Impact lineup before this historic pay-per-view event!