Impact Wrestling Results – April 29, 2021

Impact Wrestling Results – April 29, 2021

Impact Wrestling Results – April 29, 2021 – The show kicks off with the entire locker room knocking on Scott D’Amore’s door. Everyone is upset that the AEW and AAA Champion Kenny Omega is now their Unified Impact World Champion. D’Amore says he’ll address everything and sends everyone down to the ring. Don Callis comes out of D’Amore’s office. He thanks D’Amore for taking care of all of them. Callis mentions that he’s sending Omega a Zoom link for his “in-ring” celebration tonight. D’Amore catches it and tells Callis that now that he’s the face of Impact, Omega needs to be there. If Omega doesn’t show, will be stripped of the championship. Callis gets on his phone just before the beginning credits roll.

In the ring, D’Amore is standing in the center of the ring with the entire locker room surrounding the ring. D’Amore announces that the company needs a new No. 1 Contender to challenge Omega. So, on Saturday, May 15, at Under Siege, there will be a six-way match to determine who will become Omega’s new challenger. Tonight will begin the qualification matches. D’Amore calls Jake Something to the ring first. D’Amore says he has the perfect opponent for Jake Something. Chris Bey’s music hits! His is cleared from injury, and ready to compete for his shot at the title!

Qualification Match: Jake Something vs. Chris Bey

Jake Something pushes Chris Bey towards the corner. Bey climbs the ropes. Bey throws Jake Something into another corner. Bey goes for a punch, and Jake Something ducks under and tosses him back into the corner. Something and Bey find themselves on the apron. Bey traps Something in between the ropes and soars off the top with a beautiful elbow drop. Bey looks for a cover. Something kicks out.

Bey dips out and lands a nice kick to the spin. Bey soars off from off the top again for another near-fall. Something drops Bey down on the mat with two massive shoves. Something catches Bey with a powerful sit-out powerbomb! Cover. No! Bey pops out. Bey rolls Something up with a schoolboy pin. Something stays alive at two. Bey looks for Art of Finesse. Something catches him mid-air. Bey counters with a stack up. Something turns Bey inside out with a lariat. Something throws Bey towards the ropes. Bey wraps himself in the ropes. Something throws him back into the ring.

Something is ready to pounce Bey. Rohit Raju grabs Something’s legs. Bey uses this to his advantage and stacks Something up. The former X-Division Champion just punched his ticket and became the first man in the six-way for Under Siege.

Winner: Chris Bey

Backstage: Don Callis is on the phone with Kenny Omega. He tells Omega to take the private jet, and he’ll get to Impact on time. After his phone call, Sami Callihan approaches him. Callihan warns Callis that he is coming for what’s his – the Impact World Championship.

Backstage: Gia Miller finds Taylor Wilde. Wilde says she is so excited to make her return tonight. Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb approach her. Tenille tells Wilde she is looking for a tag team partner. Wilde politely declines her offer, but Tenille and Kaleb aren’t reading it that way.

D’Lo Brown and Matt Striker report that two more qualification matches will take place tonight. It’ll be Brian Myers vs. Matt Cardona in a Rebellion rematch. And in the main event, Sami Callihan and Eddie Edwards will renew their blood feud for a shot at Omega’s Championship!

Sam Beale vs. W. Morrissey

W. Morrissey grabs the mic before his match. He says in this business, there are bad guys. But the difference between him and the others is that he’ll tell you to your face that he’s a bad guy.

With that said, W. Morrissey throws Sam Beale up on the top turnbuckle, and punt kicks him in the gut. W. Morrissey drops Beale into the mat with a thunderous jackknife powerbomb! Cover. 1-2-3. W. Morrissey keeps his undefeated streak polished!

Winner: W. Morrissey

Backstage: Kimber Lee is ready to be the first woman to get her hands on the returning Taylor Wilde. The Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo says she is going to watch Lee’s match from the back. Lee and Susan are cool with it. Gia Miller asks if Purrazzo has a trick up her sleeve. Purrazzo is offended she would ask a question like that. “The Virtuosa” corrects her and says she has beaten every Knockout in this division, and she isn’t scared of anyone. Just as she turns around, Havok is standing right in front of her. Both women stare each other down.

Backstage: Gia Miller noticed at Rebellion how W. Morrissey’s focused solely on Willie Mack throughout the match. She asks Mack what he thinks about that. He says he doesn’t get what his problem is. He challenges W. Morrissey to a match at Under Siege to settle their differences.

Up next, Taylor Wilde makes her decade-long comeback!

Taylor Wilde vs. Kimber Lee (w/Susan)

Kimber Lee drops Taylor Wilde off her feet with a well-executed dropkick. Lee keeps the match in her favor, but Wilde turns it around with a perfect arm drag from off the rope and a lariat. Cover. Lee kicks out. Wilde reverses out of Lee’s control with a wheelbarrow. Lee throws Wilde off her high just as the show is about to take a commercial break.

Back from the break, Lee has Wilde trapped with a foot choke in the corner. Lee puts Wilde in a lotus lock. Wilde breaks free for a moment but finds herself in a camel clutch. Lee wrenches Wilde’s neck back while pulling her hair. Wilde tries to take the fight to Lee, but Lee trips her into the rope. Lee distracts the referee while Susan hits Wilde with her shoe.

Both women trade heavy forearms. Wilde breaks it up with a series of clotheslines, followed by a tilt-a-whirl headscissors takedown! Wilde turns it into a crucifix pin. Lee kicks out. Lee catches Wilde with a jawbreaker. Cover. Wilde kicks out. Lee ascends to the top rope and misses a senton from off the top. Wilde submits Lee in an Indian Deathlock position. Wilde wins!

Winner: Taylor Wilde

Post-Match: Susan slides into the ring and rains down shots on Taylor Wilde. Tenille Dashwood runs out and comes to Wilde’s aid.

Up next, the Impact Plus Moment of the Week. It’s the six-way X-Division match from Rebellion 2019.

Speaking of the X-Division Championship, Josh Alexander will put his title on the line against the former champion, Ace Austin!

Backstage: Gia Miller asks if Scott D’Amore has any updates on Kenny Omega’s whereabouts. He hasn’t heard anything yet. Moose interrupts and tells D’Amore he’s the guy to yank the title off of Omega. Moose grabs D’Amore’s collar and reminds him just because they’re on the same side now it does not mean he has any beef with D’Amore still. James Storm sees Moose grabbing D’Amore and says he better watch his step. Next week, Moose and James Storm will compete in this Six-Way Qualification event.

X-Division Championship: Josh Alexander (c) vs. Ace Austin (w/Madman Fulton)

Josh Alexander and Ace Austin go straight for a collar and elbow tie-up. Alexander drops Austin down with a wristlock takedown. Austin flips up to his feet. Austin, creatively, uses his leg to break out of the hold. Alexander grabs Austin and sends him on a ride with a Northern Lights Suplex. Austin cuts Alexander down and looks for a pin. The champion kicks out.

Austin and Alexander exchange old-school chops in the corner. Austin rolls Alexander up with a jackknife pin. Alexander pops out. Austin rains down a flurry of elbow shots towards the ribs of Alexander. This helps Austin put Alexander in a chinlock position. Austin gets caught on the ropes. Austin sends Alexander halfway across the ring with a beautiful hurricanrana. Alexander hits Austin with the Chaos Theory – in homage to Doug Williams!

Alexander rocks Austin with a heavy forearm. Austin taunts Alexander with a jumping knee strike. Alexander catches Austin with an ankle lock! Austin hits another kick that sends Alexander crumbling. Will that be enough? Cover. No! Alexander kicks out! Austin traps Alexander in the corner with a series of stomps. Alexander stops Austin from being thrown with a short arm reversal and clocks him right in the face. Alexander hits him with it again and drops Austin straight down on the apron.

Madman Fulton tries to interview. Alexander hits him and throws him towards the guardrail. Austin drops Alexander with a double knee stomp for a near-fall! Austin comes off the top with a corkscrew. Alexander catches him in the air and puts him right into an ankle lock. Austin taps. Alexander retains his championship!

Winner & Still X-Division Champion: Josh Alexander

Backstage: Don Callis is back on the phone with Kenny Omega. Omega informs Callis he is on the jet. Johnny Swinger and Hernandez find Callis. Callis asks Swinger and Hernandez to help him go and pick up Omega.

– We look back at Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering’s big title win over Fire ‘N Flava for the Knockouts Tag Team Championship last Sunday. Tonight, Jordynne informs Gia Miller that Jazz made the right call to pick Ellering as her partner. Fire ‘N Flava interrupts their interview. They want their title rematch at Under Siege.

Up next, the second qualification match is underway!

Qualification Match: Brian Myers vs. Matt Cardona

Brian Myers makes a bold by running out to the ring and attacking Matt Cardona. Both men crash into the guardrail. Cardona sends Myers into the ring. Myers hits low with a back kick. Myers focuses on Cardona’s bad knee that he tore up this past Sunday. Myers throws Cardona over. Cardona lands on his feet and sends Myers to the outside with a basement dropkick. Myers slams into the guardrail. On the outside, Myers shoves Cardona’s knee into the steel stairs before dropping him on it.

Back from the break, Myers puts Cardona down with a sidewalk slam for just a two count. Myers continues focusing on Cardona’s injured leg by slamming it on the apron. Cardona gouges the eyes of Myers in hopes he’ll get off his leg. It doesn’t work. Myers wraps Cardona’s knee around the ring post and applies more damage.

Cardona builds up enough energy to land a huge missile dropkick from off the top. Myers drops Cardona on his head with a DDT for another near-fall. Cardona catches Myers with a perfect sit-out powerbomb! He hooks the leg. Myers pops out. Myers sends Cardona down again with a flatliner. Cardona hits Myers with his Radio Silence finisher. Cover. 1-2-3, Cardona prevails and is heading to Under Siege as the second qualifier!

Winner: Matt Cardona

– Violent By Design discuss the word “disappointment.” Despite Deaner loser to James Storm on Before The Impact, they are moving forward and looking towards their future. Rhino from VBD will take part in this qualifier for a shot at the Unified Impact World Championship. Will he come out victorious against Chris Sabin next week?

– We see a hype package of NJPW sensation El Phantasmo! He will be at the Impact Zone next week!

And now, the main event! Hostilities will be renewed as “The Death Machine” takes on “The Heart & Soul of Impact Wrestling!”

Qualification Match: Sami Callihan vs. Eddie Edwards

Both men go straight for a collar and elbow tie-up. Callihan takes Edwards down on the mat with a takedown. Edwards turns it around with a head scissors. Both men rise to their feet. Callihan has a menacing grin on his face. Edwards dives out of the ring and knocks Callihan down just before the commercial break.

Back from the final break in the show, Edwards eats a boot after sending Callihan to the corner with a short arm reversal. Callihan lands a nice back kick to the back of Edwards’ knee to escape the corner. Callihan taunts Edwards with a stomp and a slap. Edwards returns a slap. Callihan charges down on him and puts him in a chin lock. Edwards breaks free with two big hits to the midsection.

Edwards eats another boot in the corner. Edwards meets Callihan up in the no man’s land territory. Edwards sends Callihan off with a massive Frankensteiner! Callihan and Edwards trade heavy clubs. Callihan catches Edwards with a bicycle kick. Edwards scouts Callihan and drives him into the mat with Blue Thunder Bomb! Cover. Callihan kicks out. Callihan creates some space with a big pop-up powerbomb.

Out of nowhere, the Unified Impact World Champion Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers run out and interrupt the match. Sami Callihan technically wins the match due to a disqualification, as Omega and The Good Brothers attack him first before focusing on Eddie Edwards.

Winner By DQ: Sami Callihan

Post-Match: The Good Brothers knock Callihan out with a Magic Killer. Omega focuses on Eddie Edwards. The Impact World Champions, FinJuice, run out to help even the odds. The Good Brothers take FinJuice out. Don Callis grabs a microphone and tells everyone he promised Omega would make it in time. Callis concludes the show by warning everyone to be careful what they wish for.

That concludes this week’s episode.


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