— The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson) won the Impact World Tag Team Championships against The North (Ethan Page & Josh Alexander) at tonight’s Turning Point PPV.
This is the first time they have held these titles since they signed with Impact at Slammiversary.
Both teams strategized their gameplay with back and forth high spots. But it was Anderson who got a spinebuster on Page and a stun gun on Alexander. From there, The Good Brothers were able to end the match with their finisher, the Magic Killer, to become the new champions.
Although their second reign as champions was cut short, The North still holds the record as the longest tag team champions in company history.
— Deonna Purrazzo went into tonight’s Turning Point pay-per-view with one mission, which was to reclaim her hold on the IMPACT Women’s Championship.
In a brutal match between two of the best female superstars in IMPACT Wrestling, Purrazzo did just that, taking down Su Yung to become the champion once again.
In a match that saw both superstars give it their all, it was Purrazzo who managed to survive long enough to come away with the win.
Late in the match, Purrazzo was able to block a red mist attempt by Yung, and lock in the Venus de Milo with Yung’s head trapped in a steel chair. Despite being seemingly passed out, Yung managed to get up just as the referee began checking on her, and then locked in the Mandible Claw onto Purrazzo in an attempt to win. However, Purrazzo once again flipped the script, tossing Yung off of her before landing the Cosa Nostra piledriver for the win.
Purrazzo first reign began at Slammiversary when she defeated Jordynne Grace. She held the title for 98 days before losing the title against Yung at Bound For Glory.