Welcome to Wrestling Inc’s live coverage of Impact Wrestling, which airs every Tuesday on AXS TV, as well as on Impact Wrestling’s own Twitch channel 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 agenda for Impact:

Tonight’s show will be the fallout from Sacrifice. The full results from Saturday’s show are available here.

** Before tonight’s show, Black Taurus (w/Decay) defeated Luster “The Legend” (w/Adam Thornstowe) on Before The Impact!  **

D’Lo Brown and Matt Striker welcome fans to Impact Wrestling! We kick things off with the newly crowned World Tag Team Champions, FinJuice! They are in action next against XXXL.

FinJuice (Juice Robinson & David Finlay) vs. XXXL  

Larry D and Juice Robinson kick things off. Both men start with a collar and elbow tie-up. Larry D backs Juice into the corner. Juice fights out with a series of jabs. Juice tags in David Finlay. FinJuice join forces with a double-running bulldog. Finlay twists up Larry D’s arm and brings Juice back in. Juice flies in with a double axehandle off the top. FinJuice’s momentum gets stopped by Acey Romero.

Romero slams his entire body on top of Juice’s back. Next, Romero throws Finlay off the apron. Finlay quickly gets back up on the apron. Juice makes a tag out to him. Finlay soars through the sky on top of Larry D for just a two count. FinJuice sends Romero out of the ring with a double dropkick. Juice takes care of Romero on the outside. Finlay sends Larry D down and out with his Air Raid Crash for the pinfall victory. FinJuice wins!

Winners: FinJuice

Post-Match: The Good Brothers come out. Both of them say they weren’t “ready” to fight FinJuice on Saturday. They say they were jetlagged and didn’t have enough time to practice. They want a rematch. FinJuice says they’ll offer them a rematch. But they’ll have to wait till April when they’re done with their tours in Japan. All four men briefly brawl before FinJuice escapes out of the ring.

– Before his main event match tonight, Sami Callihan wants to reiterate that he still finds Trey Miguel’s lack of passion infuriating. He is ready to pick up the win against the former Rascalz member.

– After the commercial break, The Good Brothers bust through Scott D’Amore’s door. They are upset they will have to wait till April. D’Amore informs the former champions that they’ll get their title match at Rebellion! Following that, Tommy Dreamer comes in with the same concerns.

Rhino (w/Violent By Design) vs. Jake Something (w/James Storm & Chris Sabin)

Rhino violently ambushes Jake Something by sending him to the corner right after the bell rings. Rhino then smashes into Jake with a clothesline. Eric Young continues to influence Rhino from the outside. Jake Something breaks free from the chin lock. Deaner gets up on the apron. Chris Sabin shoves him off. A fight breaks out between VBD and Storm and Sabin. Distracted by what’s going on outside, Jake Something turns around and finds himself clocked by Rhino’s Gore. Rhino goes for the pin. 1-2-3. Rhino gains the victory.

Winner: Rhino

Post-Match: VBD comes in and continues their violent brawl, with them standing tall at the end.

Backstage: Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb think they have the perfect name for their team tonight: Tenille and The Followers. No one likes it. The Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo wants the team to focus on having a strategy instead of a name.

Rohit Raju vs. Shera

Rohit Raju goes straight for a blind attack as the match starts. Shera catches Raju with a punch and then a massive powerslam. Raju traps Shera in the corner and rubs his wrist tape across Shera’s forehead. Raju maintains the lead with a series of boots. He, unfortunately, gets caught when grabbing Shera’s arm. Shera slams Raju in the corner with a running clothesline. Shera looks for a second one, but Raju blocks his momentum with a jumping knee. Shera drops Raju with a chokeslam/knee drop combination for just a two count! Raju cheats his way to a victory as he rolls Shera up while placing his boots on the rope.

Winner: Rohit Raju

Backstage: Willie Mack congratulates his friend Rich Swann for his triumphant victory on Saturday. Although he wants to party with Mack, Swann needs to go to the ring. We’ll find out with Swann has to say next.

With both the TNA World Heavyweight and Impact World Championship in his hands, Rich Swann dances his way down to ring. He begins his monologue by explaining the many trials and tribulations he’s faced. One of those happens to be his historic match on Saturday. He admits that at first, he was nervous to face Moose. But looking back, he’s glad to be the one to make history. He is ready to give Omega the biggest loss in his career at Rebellion.

Just after saying that, Don Callis comes down to the ring. He congratulates the Unified Champion for his efforts. Callis informs Swann that he’s been rooting for him since day one. But Callis turns the conversation into a downer. He weighs in on the differences between Omega and Swann. To Callis, Omega is a once in a millennium talent compared to Swann, who’s just a once-in-a-decade kind of talent. He just can’t see Swann being on the same level as him. He believes history will repeat itself, and Swann will take another loss as he did at Hard To Kill in January.

AEW Owner Tony Khan and AEW commentator Tony Schiavone return for another paid ad to promote this Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite at 8/7c on TNT. This week, AEW will celebrate St. Patty’s Day with a St. Patrick’s Day Slam event. The main event will see Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D., in an Unsanctioned Lights Out Match against Thunder Rosa!

Backstage: Brian Myers is sick and tired of seeing Matt Cardona around the locker room.

Up next, we’ll see some 6 on 6 Knockouts Action!

Deonna Purrazzo, Fire ‘N Flava,  Kimber Lee, Susan &  Tenille Dashwood (w/Kaleb With A K) vs. Jordynne Grace, Jazz, ODB, Havok, Nevaeh & Alisha

Alisha goes in with a heavy takedown as the match starts. Her opponent, Tenille Dashwood, blocks her chances with a Dashwoogie. Alisha turns it around with a hip attack in the corner. Alisha tags in ODB. ODB comes flying in with a Bronco Buster and a big clothesline in the corner on Tenille. Susan makes a tag to the back of Tenille. Susan is in for a brief second before Kimber Lee and Nevaeh come in. Nevaeh wears Kimber down before bringing in Havok. Havok plants a backbreaker on Kimber for just a two count. One-half of the Knockouts Tag Team Champions Kiera Hogan makes her way in. Havok throws Kiera across the ring by her hair. Kiera makes a tag out to the Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo. Havok tags in Jazz. Jazz sets Deonna off her rocker with a set of jabs before connecting the haymaker. Jordynne Grace and Tasha Steelz take the center of the ring. Jordynne and Tasha make a huge dive through the ropes.

Back from the break, Deonna slams Alisha in with a clothesline for just a two count. Tenille is tagged in by Deonna. Tenille applies a foot chokehold. Tenille makes a tag out to Kimber. Kimber throws Alisha face-first onto the top turnbuckle before landing a breath-ending chop. Susan is now in for Kimber. Alisha escapes Susan’s gravitation to make a tag to Jordynne. Jordynne thinks she has it in the bag with her Grace Driver. Kimber Lee fools her with a kick out at two. Jordynne gets Jazz in. Jazz comes in with a sidewalk slam for another two.

Alisah makes her way in with a beautiful stunner. Nevaeh catches Susan with a textbook German Suplex. ODB runs in with a BAM on the Knockouts Champion. Kimber connects a step-up enziguri on Jordynne. Jazz grabs Kimber and sends her crashing onto the mat with her X-Factor. Jazz looks for a cover. Kimber’s team runs in to break it up! Kimber and Jazz continue their brawl. Jazz catches Lee’s attempt of another enziguri with an STF. Kimber taps. Jazz and her team win!

Winners: Jazz, Jordynne Grace, ODB, Havok, Nevaeh & Alisha

Backstage: Gia Miller speaks to the new, and two-time X-Division Champion, Ace Austin. Chris Bey,  Josh Alexander, and the former champion who lost his title to Austin, TJP,  still want their shot at the title. Next week, TJP and Austin with have a rematch!

– Before tonight’s main event, Impact announces that their next event before Rebellion will be Hardcore Justice on Saturday, April 10. This event will be available exclusively on Impact Plus!

And now, the main event!

Sami Callihan vs. Trey Miguel

Trey Miguel wastes little time sliding in the ring and connect a high jumping knee on The Death Machine. Sami Callihan turns it around with a massive clothesline. They take their brawl to the outside. Trey blocks a powerbomb on the entrance. Trey plants a back kick to Callihan on the apron. Trey gets caught with a Boston Crab on the floor before the commercial break.

Back from the break, Callihan and Trey are back in the ring. Callihan keeps working on Trey’s left leg. Callihan wedges Trey’s injured leg into the ring post! Callihan rolls Trey back in for a pin. Trey kicks out at two. Callihan manhandles Trey with a heavy chop and then whipping Trey towards the corner. Callihan takes a timeout from his violent takeover with a textbook vertical suplex before pushing down on Miguel’s ankle. Up on the ropes, Callihan puts Trey in another Boston Crab! Trey sends Sami tumbling off the top with a step-up enziguri. Trey’s ankle gives out while he tries to land a springboard over the top. Callihan catches him with a ripcord. This takes us to the second commercial break.

Coming back from the final commercial of the evening, both men are in the center of the ring, slugging it out with back and forth forearms. Trey soars through the skies but misses his shot as Callihan ducked out of the way. Callihan looks for a cover. Trey kicks out. Callihan positions Trey for the Cactus Special ’97 piledriver. Trey counters it with hurricanrana, then a swinging neckbreaker! Trey looks to put Callihan in his hourglass submission. Callihan counters with a bite to Trey’s injured ankle. Callihan sets Trey up for the Cactus Special ’97 and gets it planted. Callihan then puts an STF, which then transitions to a crossface on Trey. Luckily, Trey escapes.


Callihan slithers out of the ring and takes the air right out of Trey’s lungs with two brutal knife edge chops. Trey side steeps before Callihan charges towards him near the barricade. Trey ricochets off the ropes with a bottom rope cutter! Trey tries to continue his momentum, but Callihan shoves Trey head-first towards the steel stairs. Callihan meets Trey on the top with a lethal package piledriver. Callihan with a cover. 1-2-3. Sami Callihan proves once again he has more passion than Trey Miguel in that match.

Winner: Sami Callihan

That concludes this week’s episode. Thanks for watching!


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