Welcome to Wrestling Inc.’s live coverage of Impact Wrestling Slammiverary from Skyway Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. The pre-show begins at 7 pm ET and the main card starts at 8 pm ET.

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– Pre-show gets start with hype package for Impact World Champion Kenny Omega vs. Sami Callihan featuring sound bites from Rich Swann, Callihan, Don Callis, Omega, The Good Brothers, Moose, and others.

– A look back at TNA’s early days featuring the growth of the X Division. Clips are also shown of Sting, Christian, Kurt Angle, and others making the move to TNA.

– Clips shown of recent surprise appearances and former WWE stars who have made their way over to Impact over the past year.

– More on Sami Callihan facing Impact World Champion Kenny Omega in a No DQ Match at tonight’s PPV.

– Matt Striker and D’lo Brown on commentary for tonight’s PPV. Tonight’s show welcomes back a live crowd.

Fire ‘N Flava (c) vs. Havok and Rosemary with Crazzy Steve and Black Taurus (Impact Knockouts Tag Team Championship)

Steelz and Havok get things started. Steelz looks to fly, caught in midair, sit-out slam, cover, two. Hogan tags in and slaps Havok in the face. She gets picked up and sent into the corner. Rosemary gets into the match, big splash in the corner and another one. Release exploder suplex on Hogan, pin, two. Steelz helps take out Rosemary on the floor. Back in the ring, Hogan with some ground and pound, cover, two. Steelz tags back in and talks some trash while she chops away at Rosemary.

Hogan gets back in, big kick to the back, yet another cover for two. Rosemary with a rough looking clothesline, but Hogan able to tag out and bring Steelz in for a pin (while twerking at Havok) for two. Hogan back in there for a running low boot to the face, cover, two. Rosemary finally finds a window to tag in Havok, big boot, and another one that sends Steelz into the corner. Hip attack on Steelz. Hogan with the blind tag. Havok ends up charging into the ring post, Hogan with a running low kick. She then boots Rosemary out on the floor. Steelz wipes out Rosemary and Steve on the floor. Hogan with more boots to the face in the corner on Havok. Hogan goes for a sleeper, Havok with a tombstone piledriver, cover, 1-2-3.

Winners: Havok and Rosemary via pinfall to win the Impact Knockouts Tag Team Championship

– Main card gets going as we see Kenny Omega, Don Callis, and Sami Callihan make their way into the building.

Josh Alexander (c) vs. Trey Miguel vs. Ace Austin vs. Chris Bey vs. Rohit Raju vs. Petey Williams (Ultimate X Match for the X Division Championship)

Bey tries to climb up and get the title right off the bat. He’s easily cut off, brought down to the ring, and then sent to the floor. Alexander with a big release german suplex on Austin. Raju looks to get up to the ropes, but he can’t quite reach. Crowd tells him to “jump!” and he does, but ends up missing and just going to down to the mat. Alexander boots him in the face. Bey in the ring, battles with Alexander, sends him out to the floor, and then flips down on him. Everybody taking each other out near the ramp

Austin and Raju battling on the top rope as both try to climb the scaffolding. Raju sents Austin down, but he manages to flip down on a group of guys. Raju then finds a rope to throw up and over so he can just climb up to the title. It takes him three times, but he does it and climbs up. Williams just yanks him back down to the ring. Williams with a russian leg sweep, right into a flatliner. Bey takes out Williams and looks to climb up and over to the title. Raju ends up spearing Bey off and down to the mat. While wrestlers battle, Raju brings a long hook in to try and snatch the title from the ring. He ends up hitting a double stomp on the champion. He introduces a chair into the ring, gets on it and uses the hook he has to get the title. Miguel with a huge dropkick from the top rope to send Raju for a ride.

Alexander climbing out to the title now with Miguel on his back. Both go down to the mat and Alexander sent out to the floor. He ends up getting back up and climbing for his title. Austin tries to grab him and he climbs up on the ropes. Alexander ends upside down and applies an ankle lock to Bey while he’s held up in the air! Raju finally grabs a chair and smacks Alexander down to the mat. Austin going for the title as Bey chases. Austin ends up looking back and Bey just launches himself at Austin to bring him down.

Williams blasts a couple opponents with the canadian destroyer. Williams climbs and makes his way to the title. Alexander puts Bey on his shoulders to lock up Bey. Williams flips down and hits a massive canadian destroyer on Bey! Everybody down after a few battles take place, except for Raju as he climbs to the title. He almost gets there, but Miguel pulls him down and nails him with a spinning neckbreaker. Alexander and Miguel on the top rope and Miguel takes a release superplex. Bey gets to the top and starts climbing. Alexander climbs from another direction and now they battle in the center of the “X.” They fight for the title, Alexander unsnaps it, both holding it down. Austin springboards for it and they pull it out of the way. Alexander then knocks Bey to the mat and holds the title to retain it.

Winner: Josh Alexander

– Backstage, Gia is outside of Kenny Omega’s locker room. Don Callis heads out and says she probably wants to know something about tonight’s main event. Callis brings up Tommy Dreamer gloating about Callis getting fired as it looks like he has more power in Impact these days. He talks trash about Sami Callihan and says he’d probably be in prison if there wasn’t an Impact Wrestling. He says Callihan won’t be able to kick out of the one winged angel and once that happens Callis’ business will be complete in Impact.

Matt Cardona and Chelsea Green vs. Brian Myers and Tenille Dashwood

Green and Dashwood check each other out as commentary reminds the fans that Cardona and Dashwood once were a couple. They said Myers wanted to pull out that mental game on Cardona in their feud. Green was advertised as Cardon’s mystery partner. Dashwood and Green end up slapping each other and brawl for a second until they are broken up. Myers and Cardona battle to the outside where Cardon is suplexed on the ramp. Cardona is ganged up on by Dashwood and Myers’ people at ringside.

Cardona reverses a suplex into a neck breaker. Cardona looks to tag out, but Dashwood yanks Green off the apron. Myers drops Cardona, cover, two. Cardona finally finds an opening, both Green and Dashwood tag in. Green with a flying clothesline, ripcord forearm, cover, and Myers yanks Green off Dashwood. Green slaps Myers and Dashwood sends her to the apron. Neckbreaker over the second rope. Dashwood tries for a lowblow on Cardona, but he was prepared this time with a cup. Dashwood wiggles down to the mat in pain while holding her arm. Cardona put the cup on Myers’ face and Green then nails him with a canadian destroyer. Dashwood and Green battle, Green with a cast shot between the legs, unprettier hits, cover, 1-2-3.

Winner: Matt Cardona and Chelsea Green via Pinfall

Eddie Edwards vs. W. Morrissey

Edwards gets right in Morrissey’s face and is promptly shoved away. Morrissey is all offense so far in the match, S.O.S. slam, choking in the corner, and eventually boots Edwards off the top turnbuckle and down to the floor. The two battle, Edwards catches a big boot and throws his opponent’s shin into the ring post. Doesn’t seem to matter much as Edwards continues to be on the defense. The two make their way into the ring, Morrissey stomps him into the mat and taunts Edwards a bit as the crowd chants “Eddie!” Morrissey with punches to Edwards’ heart.

Edwards is able to hit a suplex on Morrissey, chops in the corner, low bridge as Morrissey charges in. Edwards with the suicide dive, Morrissey catches and powerslams Edwards against the apron. Edwards is then dragged up towards the stage where he looks for a powerbomb, but Edwards back body drops him and then hits boston knee party out on the floor! Ref starts his ten-count, Morrissey gets in at eight. He then lifts and flips Edwards with a rough looking F-5. Edwards put on the top turnbuckle, Edwards throws some headbutts and hits a sunset flip powerbomb! Big kick to the face, punch to the face, blue thunder bomb, cover 1-2-no.

Edwards looks for boston knee party, Morrissey moves the ref in the way. He then clocks Edwards with a big boot, cover, two. Edwards with a jackknife pin, two. Edwards lands boston knee party and Morrissey rolls out to the floor. He then unbuckles a chair from his boot. Edwards walks over and takes a shot to the face. Crowd booing that move. Morrissey back in the ring, powerbomb, cover, and that will do it.

Winner: W. Morrissey via Pinfall

– Moose talks about people making mistakes that lead to big consequences, like asking for a match against him at this PPV. He tells Sabin, he’s facing “Mr. Impact Wrestling” and he’s going to face his consequences.

– We see a vignette with someone painting “Long Live The Drama King” and then he scribbles it away.

– A superfan is interviewed at ringside, but it gets interrupted by Madman Fulton and Shera who are mad about being banned from being at ringside during the X Division match. Scott D’Amore’s music hits and says he see these guys are ready for action. D’Amore says he just ran into some guys who are ready for action and introduces FinJuice (David Finlay and Juice Robinson).

Shera and Madman Fulton vs. FinJuice

Robinson and Shera get things started. Robinson misses a kick and takes a huge clotheline. Fulton tags himself in and isn’t happy with Shera’s tagging abilities. He ends up slapping his tag partner as FinJuice takes advantage. Shera is booted off the ring. Dudley dog (assisted cutter) lands and this one is already over.

Winners: FinJuice via Pinfall

Moose vs. Chris Sabin

Back and forth action as we get started. Sabin really focusing on Moose’s leg to try and slow the big man down. The two battle in and inside of the ring as Moose looks to work his way back in the ring. Moose with some massive chops. Crowd ask for a third one, Moose goes to do it and then flips the crowd off. Sabin immediately attacks and the crowd cheers.

Back in the ring, Moose pulls at Sabin’s jaw, but ends up getting his fingers bit by his opponent. Moose with a cokeslam, fallaway slam, kip up, up top, moonsault and nobody home. Moose runs in for a boot, low bridge by Sabin and then a penalty kick to the chest. Sabin with a float-over splash down on Moose. In the ring, Sabin leaps off the top rope for a swinging DDT, pin, two-count. Sabin goes back up top, Moose follows and hits a fallaway moonsault! Sabin rolls out to the floor to avoid Moose. Moose follows and flings Sabin into the barricade a couple times. Ref starts ten-count and Sabin gets in at nine. Sabin up on Moose’s shoulders, goes for a victory roll on Moose and gets the win!

Winner: Chris Sabin via Pinfall

– Backstage, the new tag champions Rosemary and Havok talk about winning earlier tonight. Rosemary says blood is family, Decay is family and they set out to bring the titles home to the shadow.

Violent By Design (c) vs. Rich Swann and Willie Mack vs. No Way and Fallah Bahh vs. The Good Brothers (Impact World Tag Team Championship)

TJP is out of tonight’s PPV and Fallah Bahh announced No Way Jose would be his partner. Out comes the conga line! Feeling out process as multiple people tag in and out of the match. Gallows gets in there and slaps Swann in the face. He then throws some big shots to the midsection and a bunch of elbows to the head.

Gallows with a big elbow drop, cover, two-count. Gallows with a release german suplex, sending Swann across the ring. Anderson tags in and continues to work over Swann. Swann looks to finally tag out, but his partner is down. He decides to tag in Jose, who takes out a couple people at ringside. Jose with a big clothesline in the corner, flatliner, cover, two. Doering tags himself in and faces off with Gallows. They throw bombs in the middle of the ring. The two are then ambushed by other tag teams.

Swann and Bahh become the legal man, Swann with a clothesline in the corner, but then takes a samoan drop. Mack with a jumping forearm and nails a samoan drop of his own. Jose lands a clothesline on Mack. Doering cracks Jose with a death valley driver and then a lariat. Doering goes for the pin, Swann pushes Rhino into the pin to break it up. Rhino tags in and looks fore a gore on Jose. Gun stun on Rhino, Gallows tags in, magic killer, cover, 1-2-3.

Winners: The Good Brothers via pinfall to win the Impact World Tag Team Championship

Deonna Purrazzo (c) vs. Thunder Rosa (Impact Knockouts Championship)

Rose gets a nice pop from the crowd who were fairly split between both wrestlers. Mat wrestling get things started. Both try for similar moves and end up at a stalemate. The two talk some trash, Rose with a quick pin for two. She gets Purrazzo up against the rope, hits a dropkick to the back of the head, cover, two. Purrazzo able to recover and hit a draped DDT from the second rope.

The aggressive Rosa charges into the corner, misses, and takes some kicks to the midsection. Rosa is moved up to the top rope, she’s able to fight the champ off and nail a missile dropkick. Rosa with double knees in the corner, basement dropkick in the corner, throws her down, cover, two-count. Purrazzo is able to work Rosa down and lock in the fujiwara armbar. Rosa is able to fight out of it and lock in a rear naked choke. Hold is broken, Purrazzo with a suplex and goes right back to working the arm. Rosa is up and nails the champion with a death valley driver.

Rosa makes her way to the top, but gets a palm strike to the side of the head. Rosa knocks Purrazzo down with a headbutt and hits a double stomp to the back! She goes for a cover, two-count. Back and forth strikes in the middle of the ring. Rosa goes for a thunder driver, reversed into a pin, two. Rosa takes a kick to the face and hits queen’s gambit for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Deonna Purrazzo via Pinfall

– Post-match, Purrazzo takes the mic. Mickie James’ music then hits and out she comes! James heads right for Purrazzo. She tells the crowd it’s good to be back in front of a crowd and she knows if there’s one thing Nashville loves is hardcore country! Purrazzo is not happy that James is stepping on her moment. James says she appreciates Purrazzo and lists off her accomplishments. James mentions she’s connected to NWA POWERRR and wants only the best. She invites Purrazzo to the show. Purrazzo says everybody wants her on their show, but she still feels disrespected and tells James to get her trash bag and get the hell out of here! James slaps Purrazzo and then superkicks her. The champ rolls out of the ring and walks up the ramp. She eyes James and heads to the back.

Kenny Omega (c) with Don Callis vs. Sami Callihan (No DQ Match for the Impact World Championship)

Callihan with the quick attack during Callis’ introduction of Omega. He hits the stuffed piledriver, cover, two! Callis joins commentary. Callihan gets a chair and goes to whack Omega. He sets the chair up, yells “Wrestling!” and applies a chinlock. He then pulls out a fork and tries to jab Omega, but he blocks it by headbutting Callihan. Callihan swings the fork again, jabbing it into the turnbuckle bad. Omega looks to roll up Callihan, but he pulls out a pizza slicer and cuts Omega’s forehead! Omega is busted open from that move. He then goes back and for with it again!

Omega is able to work his way back into the match, eventually cracking Callihan in the face with a trash can lid. In the ring, Omega whacks Sami over and over with different items until he crushes him with a plastic sign. Omega with you can’t escape, messes it up and hits a moonsault that lands closer to Callihan’s leg, cover, one-count. Omega wedges a chair into the corner. Sami goes for the roll-up and Omega kicks him out straight into that same chair. Callis decides to make his way to ringside for a moment for a distraction. Omega then grabs the fork and jabs it into Callihan’s forehead, then grinds it across his forehead. He then jabs it into Sami’s mouth!

Out on the floor, Omega sends Callihan into the barricade. Callihan fights back, goes for a chop and chops the ring post. Omega with a side suplex on the apron. Omega then hits a double stomp on a table that is laying on Callihan. Both on the apron, Omega looking for a dragon suplex down through a table, Callihan bites Omega’s hand to break that. Omega with a thumb poke, both on the table now. Callihan blocks a piledriver and grabs Omega’s stones and then piledrives Omega through the table!

He rolls the champion back into the ring and then pulls out some more weapons. He launches a garbage can into the ring and cracks Omega across the back with it! Sami puts a board at an angle against the second turnbuckle. He slams Omega’s head into a garbage can, Omega blocks it and sends Sami into it. Omega runs in and takes a side slam on the can and then gets powerbombed through a that board in the corner, cover, two! A fan yells out “it’s going to take a whole lot more than that to put down a wrestling God!” The rest of the crowd chants “this guy sucks!” at that fan, lol! Omega recovers, lands a powerbomb on a chair, v-trigger to the face, cover, Callihan grabs the rope for the break.

Omega with more v-triggers, looked for one winged angel, Sami reverses, but Omega slips away. Omega up to the second rope and eats a chop. Sami with the barbed wire wrapped chair in the middle of the ring, tombstone piledriver on it! Cover, 1-2-no! Omega out on the floor, Sami comes over and takes salt in the eyes. A blinded Sami piledrives the ref! Omega smacks Sami with the title, then does Sami’s piledriver on the title, pin, but there’s no ref. A new ref runs in and it’s a two-count. Omega then punches that ref out of the ring.

The Good Brothers try to run out, but Sabin and Edwards get in front of them and get them to the back. Sami with a piledriver on the title, cover, very slow count and Omega is able to kick out. Sami dumps out thumbtacks in the center of the ring. Callis is headed to ringside again to distract Sami. Omega throws thumbtacks in the eyes, v-trigger hits, Omega then grinds some of the thumbtacks into his knee bad. He then cracks Callihan with the added punch! He goes for the pin, two-count. Omega shoves some in his mouth and blasts Callihan in the face with a v-trigger, one winged angel on the thumbtacks, cover, and that will do it.

Winner: Kenny Omega via Pinfall

– Post-match, Callis, The Good Brothers, and Omega celebrate the victory. They go for too sweet and the lights go out. Bullet Club music hits and out comes NJPW star Jay White! The group throw up “too sweet” to White, White has his NEVER Openweight Championship with him and looks to be considering what he’ll do as the PPV comes to a close.