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Tonight’s episode will be the fallout from No Surrender. The full results are available here.

** Before tonight’s show, Decay (Crazzy Steve & Black Taurus) defeated XXXL in a No Surrender grudge match during the premiere of Before The Impact. This is their second win against them! **

D’Lo Brown and Matt Striker welcome fans to Impact Wrestling! We kick things off with TJP putting his X-Division Championship on the line against “The Walking Weapon” Josh Alexander!

X-Division Championship: TJP (c) vs. Josh Alexander

Both men test their strength with a Greco-Roman lockup at the beginning of the match. TJP wraps himself around Josh Alexander. Alexander catches him and tries to put him in the ankle lock early. TJP slithers his way out. TJP switches the octopus hold into an abdominal stretch. Alexander catches TJP off the ropes with a devastating backbreaker. Alexander tries to work TJP’s ankle. TJP turns it around with a nice arm wrap around. TJP looks for a barrel roll. Alexander gets his shoulders up at two. Alexander rolls through with a surfboard submission. TJP escapes.

Alexander smashes TJP’s face underneath the middle turnbuckle! Alexander extends TJP’s arms and drives his foot into this back. TJP finds a way out and eases it into an octopus wrap-around submission. Alexander rolls through and tries to put the X-Division into another ankle lock. TJP rolls through, and Alexander flies out of the ring. Back in the ring, TJP sends Alexander flying again with a textbook tornado DDT. TJP looks for a cover. Alexander kicks out at two!

Alexander jumps off the top. TJP catches him mid-air with a dropkick. Alexander sneaks over for a third try with the ankle lock. TJP turns it around. He heads to the top. Alexander lays and waits for clock TJP with an uppercut. TJP pushes Alexander off of him. He flies off with the Mamba Splash. Alexander catches him with an ankle lock in the center of the ring! TJP slips out. He isn’t able to lock in the octopus submission again, but he lands a beautiful exploded suplex. The X-Division Champion hoists Alexander up and kicks “The Walking Weapon” right in the face. He heads up top again. Mamba Splash comes towering down! TJP hooks the leg. 1-2-3. TJP retains his championship!

Winner: TJP 

Backstage: Gia Miller catches Tommy Dreamer coming out of Scott D’Amore’s office. He informs Miller that after what Moose did to him and Rich Swann following their main event match on Saturday, he asked D’Amore to set up a match between him and the TNA World Heavyweight Champion tonight in an Old School Rules Match!

Backstage: Brian Myers finds Hernandez. He is a man of his word. He gives Hernandez the rest of his money from their successful match on Saturday. Myers will give Hernandez another stash if he can beat Matt Cardona in singles action. Fallah Bahh sees the deal going down. He wants in on the stash, too.

Later on tonight, we’ll see Juice Robinson and David Finlay make their Impact debut in a tag match against Reno Scum. Also, in the main event, Tommy Dreamer will face Moose in an Old School Rules Match! But now, we head back to the ring to see more X-Division action!

Willie Mack vs. Suicide vs. Trey Miguel vs. Daivari

Daivari goes right for a beatdown on Willie Mack. Suicide sends Daivari out of the ring with a nice missile dropkick. Next, Trey Miguel and Suicide take the mat with some flexible high-flying counters. Willie Mack finds his step in the match with a double tackle on Miguel and Suicide. Suicide throws Miguel and Mack out of the ring. He heads to the top. Daivari shoves him off. Daivari manhandles Suicide by tossing him across the ring. Daivari and Suicide are trading shots on the very top of the ropes. Mack breaks it up. He sends Suicide crashing into the mat with a Samoan Drop. Miguel slides back into the ring. Mack slams him down and drops himself on top of Suicide and Miguel with a double-standing moonsault. Trey Miguel finishes the match with a perfect Meteora on Suicide. He hooks the leg on the masked high-flyer for the pinfall victory!

 

Winner: Trey Miguel

Backstage: Sami Callihan is waiting for Trey Miguel. He claps for his victory and notes what a big win he just had; however, he wants to know when Miguel is going to decide to up and quit when it doesn’t go his way anymore. Callihan still doesn’t believe Miguel has any passion for this business or this company.

– Scott D’Amore congratulates TJP on retaining his X-Division Championship. Ace Austin knocks on the door, and he wants his title shot again. D’Amore agrees. Next week, there will be a six-man tag team match. The winners will then face off in a Triple Threat Match for the No. 1 Contender spot.

Hernandez (w/Brian Myers) vs. Matt Cardona

Both men go right for a collar and elbow lockup. Hernandez violently pushes him towards the corner. Matt Cardona finds his footing again with a forced boot shove through the ropes. He taunts Brian Myers on the outside. Myers pops up on the apron and distracts the referee. Hernandez lands a low blow before the commercial break.

After the commercial break, Hernandez squeezes Cardona tight with a big bear hug. Cardona counters it with a nice missile dropkick. Cardona escapes out of the Border Toss. Cardona sends Hernandez away with his Radio Silence finisher for the pinfall victory!

Winner: Matt Cardona

Post-Match: Gia Miller would like to know if Matt Cardona is here on Impact to squash his feud with Brian Myers. Cardona says no, Myers is not the reason why he’s here. He’s here to pass on the knowledge he’s learned in this business. Myers is tired of hearing him talk. He slides into the ring and calls Cardona out. Both men start to brawl. Eddie Edwards runs out to even the odds for Cardona.

Up next, NJPW sensations, FinJuice, will make their Impact debut!

Before their match, AEW’s Tony Khan and Tony Schiavone wanted to bring some love over to Impact by giving them a belated Valentine’s Day gift…this ad! They run through what fans can expect on Dynamite tomorrow.

Backstage: Havok finds Nevaeh after their loss from Saturday. Nevaeh isn’t sure if Havok and her should still be a team. Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb interrupt their conversation. Nevaeh challenges Dashwood to a match tonight. Nevaeh doesn’t want Havok to accompany her.

FinJuice (Juice Robinson & David Finlay) vs. Reno Scum

David Finlay and Luster “The Legend” kick things off with a collar and elbow lockup. Luster crashes straight into the ropes. Finlay makes a tag out to Juice Robinson. Juice jumps off the top with a double axe handle on Legend. Robinson makes a quick tag out to Finlay. FinJuice joins forces with a double bulldog from off the ropes! Luster finally stops Finlay’s momentum with a huge powerslam. Legend tags in Adam Thornstowe. Thornstowe clocks Finlay with a forearm before pushing Juice off the apron. A quick tag out between Thornstowe and Legend. They miss a headbutt.

 

Finlay gets a tag out to Juice. The Juice is Loose with a nice senton and a Left Hand of God on Legend. He catches Thornstowe with a big clothesline in the corner before slamming into him with a corner senton. Juice looks for a cover, and Thornstowe kicks out. Juice is briefly on his lonesome before Finlay slides back into the ring. Finlay sends Thornstowe off the ropes with an unbelievable superplex. Juice tops it off with a huge splash. FinJuice hooks the leg, and they win their first match on Impact!

 

Winners: FinJuice

Post-Match: The Impact World Tag Team Champions, The Good Brothers, come out with a “warm” welcome to FinJuice. They go down memory lane by poking fun of Juice Robinson and David Finlay when they were the Young Lions during The Good Brothers run in NJPW and how they used to carry their bags. FinJuice fires back by saying they aren’t young anymore. In fact, they think they’re on the same level as the World Tag Team Champions.

At The Bar: Rohit Raju blames Shera for costing him his X-Division match. Shera shoves Raju right into James Storm, which causes Storm to spill some of his beer. Storm breaks a bottle over Raju’s head. Chris Sabin steps in to break up the potential fight. Johnny Swinger invites Storm and Sabin to his palace where no fighting goes down, only drinking and gambling.

At Swinger’s Palace: Johnny introduces James Storm and Chris Sabin to his friends. Storm tries to hit on Alisha. Fallah Bahh runs in with a $10 bill. He loses it seconds after coming in and placing a bet. They kick out poor Bahh.

Tenille Dashwood (w/Kaleb) vs. Nevaeh

Tenille Dashwood begins the match with a quick rollup on Nevaeh. Nevaeh gets her shoulders up at two. Nevaeh smashes Dashwood face-first towards the ring post, causing her to fall off the apron right before the commercial break.

 

Coming back from the break, Tenille is stomping away on Nevaeh. Tenille hooks the leg. Nevaeh kicks out again. Next, she drives Nevaeh’s head onto the canvas. Another cover ensues. Nevaeh stays alive with a kick out. Nevaeh fires back with a big clothesline and STO, followed by a bulldog. She hooks the leg on Tenille, who kicks out. Nevaeh plants Tenille face-first again on the canvas for another near fall. Tenille shoots back with a hard back elbow and running crossbody. Tenille rocks Nevaeh with her Spotlight Kick for the pinfall victory.

Winner:  Tenille Dashwood

– We look back on the post-match ending of Tommy Dreamer/Rich Swann’s match, which saw Swann retain his Impact World Championship. After, the self-proclaimed TNA Heavyweight Champion, Moose, slithered into the ring and brutally attacked both men. Up next, Dreamer will seek vengeance against Moose.

Violent By Design offered Jake Something a seat at their table, but Jake had other plans. Deaner can’t give over his loss against Jake. He wants to right his wrongs by challenging Jake Something to a rematch next week. But this time, tables will be involved.

Backstage: Susan is livid that Kimber Lee, Deonna Purrazzo and herself did not win against ODB, Jazz and Jordynne Grace at No Surrender. Purrazzo thinks Lee and Susan are deserving of a title shot. They go to Scott D’Amore and propose their idea of having Lee and Susan challenge Fire ‘N Flava for the Knockouts Tag Team Championship. D’Amore likes their thought, but he wants to take it up a notch. Next week, Kimber Lee and Susan will team up to take on Jazz and Jordynne Grace to determine the No. 1 Contender towards Fire ‘N Flava’s titles.

And now, the main event!

Old School Rules Match: Moose vs. Tommy Dreamer

Tommy Dreamer gets the match rolling with a heavy attack on the TNA Champion. Dreamer wraps his headband around Moose’s neck. He picks up a chair right before the commercial break.

Coming back from the final break, Moose is in control by driving a chair down on Dreamer’s ribs and throat. Next, he finds a trash can lid and smacks Dreamer across the back with it. Moose rolls the hardcore veteran back into the ring. While Dreamer is still down, he sets up a trash can in between the middle and top rope. He throws Dreamer into the trash can with a powerful Irish Whip. He looks for a cover. Dreamer stays alive with a one count. Moose keeps the momentum up with a big leg drop. He goes for another count. Dreamer kicks out again.

Moose screams out at Dreamer that he is way past his prime and that he’s a fat piece of garbage. Dreamer grabs the TNA Champion in the no-no region before sending him down with a cutter. Dreamer looks for his first pin in the match. Moose kicks out quickly at two. Dreamer smashes Moose in the head with a baking sheet. Moose turns it around with an STO on top of a chair! He brings in a table from underneath the ring and sets it up in the corner. Dreamer drives Moose right through the table! Next, the “Innovator of Violence” finds a kendo stick and smacks away. Moose stops his momentum with an Uranagi. Moose sends Dreamer out cold with his No Jackhammer Needed Spear for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Moose  

That concludes this week’s episode. Thanks for watching. Be sure to check out Impact In 60, where they’ll revisit New Japan Pro Wrestling’s first run in TNA/Impact!