Impact Wrestling Results – May 13, 2021

Impact Wrestling Results - May 13, 2021

Impact Wrestling Results – May 13, 2021 – D’Lo Brown and Matt Striker welcome fans to Impact Wrestling! We kick things off with a No. 1 Contender match to determine which Knockout will face Deonna Purrazzo for her title this Saturday at Under Siege!

Havok vs. Rosemary (w/Decay)

Rosemary sticks her hand out. Both women shake. Rosemary then goes for the first forearm strike in the match. Havok returns the favor, sending Rosemary towards the ropes. Havok misses a leg drop. She ducks out of the corner before Rosemary hits her. Both let out a horrific scream. Havok splits Rosemary in half with a backbreaker before smashing her boot towards Rosemary’s face. Havok hooks the leg. Rosemary pops free at two. Havok stalks her prey by wrapping her up in a camel clutch. Rosemary is having a hard time climbing towards the ropes.

Havok tugs Rosemary’s hands back and swings on her. Rosemary traps Havok in the corner with her Upside Down hold. Rosemary jumps off the top rope with a spot-on missile dropkick. Rosemary launches Havok halfway across the ring with a perfect exploder suplex. Cover. Havok kicks out. Rosemary follows it up with a massive spear at two. Havok counters Rosemary’s move with a tombstone piledriver. Havok hooks the leg and picks up the pinfall victory.

Winner: Havok

Havok will meet Deonna Purrazzo for the Knockouts Championship this Saturday.

Post-Match: Speaking of the champion, Deonna Purrazzo steps into the ring and receives a little sneak peek of what she’s in for in 48 hours. Havok plants another vicious tombstone piledriver on the champ.

D’Lo Brown and Matt Striker run through the matches scheduled for this Saturday’s show while also revealing what’s still to come tonight.

Backstage: The Good Brothers with the Unified Impact World Champion Kenny Omega and Don Callis are standing by. Karl Anderson is ready to make David Finlay squirm tonight. Omega hopes The Good Brothers can pick up their momentum again. He feels the former tag champs have lost their steam since losing their titles.

Up next, the second No. 1 Contender match will determine who will face Josh Alexander for his X-Division Championship this Saturday.

Petey Williams vs. El Phantasmo vs. Rohit Raju vs. Ace Austin (w/Madman Fulton) vs. Acey Romero vs. TJP

Right off the bat, everyone goes right for Acey Romero. They throw him out of the ring as Petey Williams, Rohit Raju and Ace Austin tangle. Williams slams into Raju with a well-executed dropkick. Raju throws Austin up and over. Romero throws Austin towards the guardrail! El Phantasmo and TJP lockup. ELP takes TJP on a ride, with some roadblocks on the way. It looks like he’s going for his top rope hurricanrana. No! ELP changes his move set by dropping on top of everyone with a top rope death valley driver just before the commercial break!!

Back from the break, TJP lands a senton on Williams before throwing Williams towards the corner. TJP scraps Williams’ face with his boot before side-swiping with a big kick. Raju runs back in and looks for a pinfall on TJP. TJP kicks out. Romero makes his way back in and drops on top of Raju. Cover. Raju kicks out. Williams connects a codebreaker on ELP, then a Canadian Destroyer on his fellow Canadian! Will that be enough? No! ELP kicks out!

Ace Austin lands a springboard enziguri on Williams. TJP slides in and squares off with Austin. Austin goes flying out of the ring with a dive on everyone. Romero sends Raju out of the ring with a massive pounce! TJP counters Williams’ Canadian Destroyer with a dentation kick. ELP splashes down on TJP. ELP positions Williams for his Canadian Revolution II. 1-2-3. ELP is on his way for an X-Division title shot this Saturday!

Winner: El Phantasmo

ELP and Josh Alexander will clash for the X-Division Championship in 48 hours!

– At Scott D’Amore’s office, Susan and Kimber Lee want a match with Tenille Dashwood and Taylor Wilde at Under Siege.

Up next, the Impact Plus Moment of the Week is shown. It’s Havok vs. Gail Kim from 2014 for the Knockouts Championship.

– Violent By Design wants the word “failure” to be removed from their dictionary. Eric Young is working on a righteous and violent plan for his team. He sees change coming, and he trusts the outcome will not end up in failure.

At Swinger’s Palace: Alisha Edwards now works for Johnny Swinger after losing all of her money last week. In walks TJP. He wants to know the odds on who’s going to become the next No. 1 Contenders for FinJuice’s World Tag Team titles. All the guys from the X-Division match from moments ago bring their partners in and argue who has the better odds.

Sam Beale vs. Willie Mack

Willie Mack takes Sam Beale for a ride with a tilt-a-whirl slam and a standing moonsault for just a two count. Sam Beale won’t give up. He corners Mack and lays a few thunderous strikes. Mack shifts the dynamic with a high-flying elbow in the corner. Beale is fired up! He rocks Mack with a series of forearm and knee strikes. Mack almost knocks Beale’s head off with a heavy clothesline. Beale flies in the air. Mack decks him right under the jaw. Mack flies off the top rope. Cover. Mack wins!

Winner: Willie Mack

Post-Match: W. Morrissey throws Sam Beale out of the ring and shifts his focus on Willie Mack. Morrissey decks Mack with a strong clothesline and then a big running boot. Morrissey stares straight into the camera with violence in his eyes.

Backstage: David Finlay is standing with Juice Robinson and Eddie Edwards. Finlay promises to pick up a win for Robinson, who lost to Doc Gallows last week. Eddie Edwards is bringing his pal Kenny (the kendo stick) out to meet Kenny Omega tonight.

-As reported earlier today, Slammiversary will take place on Saturday, July 17! Who will arrive in the Impact Zone this summer? We’ll find out soon!

– Tenille Dashwood is excited to team with Taylor Wilde this Saturday! She talks about it on her talk show, “All About Me.” Wilde says she will team with Dashwood, but after, she wants to go her own way and focus on becoming the Knockouts Championship.

Karl Anderson (w/Doc Gallows, Don Callis & Kenny Omega) vs. David Finlay (w/Juice Robinson & Eddie Edwards)

Karl Anderson shoves David Finlay up towards the ropes. Finlay creates some space with a big European uppercut. Doc Gallows and hits Finlay from behind as he’s coming off the ropes. Juice Robinson returns the favor on Anderson. Anderson slams Finlay towards the corner. Gallows hits Finlay from the outside again. Finlay flies out of the ring. Gallows and Kenny Omega take a couple of swings on Anderson. Eddie Edwards and Robinson try to notify the referee of what’s going on. The referee makes everyone return to their corners.

Gallows takes another shot on Finlay. Anderson rolls Finlay through with a snapmare/chinlock combination. After breaking the hold, Anderson stomps on top of Finlay and applies another side headlock. Finlay turns things around with a sidewalk slam! Finlay fires off two clotheslines. Finlay slingshots out of the ring and takes out Gallows and Omega. Back in the ring, Finlay hits Trash Panda for a near-fall! Finlay puts Anderson in an Indian Deathlock. Omega runs in to break the hold. The referee calls for a stoppage.

Winner via Disqualification: David Finlay

Post-Match: Juice Robinson and Eddie Edwards come in and even the odds on The Good Brothers and Kenny Omega. The Good Brothers and Omega retreat out of the ring.

– Chris Sabin has some choice words for his opponents Sami Callihan, Moose and Chris Bey before their six-man tag team main event.

– We look back on Tasha Steelz’s major upset against Jordynne Grace. Grace is upset she lost before she and Rachael Ellering put their Knockouts Tag Team Championships on the line against Steelz and Kiera Hogan on Saturday. Ellering tells Grace to bottle up her anger from tonight’s defeat and apply it towards their upcoming match.

Brian Myers vs. Crazzy Steve (w/Decay)

Crazzy Steve takes a giant bite out of Brain Myers’ fingers. Steve keeps the momentum with a heavy forearm strike. On the outside, Myers plays fakes the referee out by saying Black Taurus hit him. The referee bans Black Taurus from ringside, and he leaves the ring just before the commercial break.

After the commercial break, Myers has a hold on Steve by planting a heavy stomp. Myers applies a front facelock. Steve breaks free. Steve can’t fully get his suicide dive to land. Myers stacks Steve up and puts his foot and hand up on the ropes. The referee doesn’t see it and gives Myers the pinfall victory.

Winner: Brian Myers

Post-Match: Black Taurus makes his way back out. Decay takes Myers out and lays a “death” card on top of him.

Backstage: Gia Miller finds Don Callis and Scott D’Amore. D’Amore is sick and tired of Callis’ interferences and mind games on his roster. D’Amore tells Callis he needs to pick who he stands with: The Impact roster or Kenny Omega.

– D’Lo Brown and Matt Striker run through the Under Siege card for this Saturday.

And now, the main event!

Chris Bey, Sami Callihan & Moose vs. Matt Cardona, Trey Miguel & Chris Sabin

“The Draw” Sami Callihan and Chris Sabin kick things off. Callihan sends Sabin towards his team’s corner. Sabin decks Moose and Chris Bey off the apron. Sabin rolls Callihan up with a crucifix pin. Sabin kicks out. Chris Bey is tagged in by Callihan. On a split screen, we see Don Callis and The Good Brothers watching this match on a monitor in the back.

Matt Cardona makes a quick tag in from Sabin. Cardona hits a big flapjack on Bey before bringing Trey Miguel in. Miguel stretches Bey out. Bey heads out of the ring. Miguel heads to the outside. Miguel eats a big boot from Bey. Back in the ring, Bey rains down a flurry of strikes just before the final commercial break.

Back from the final break, Moose tosses Miguel into the corner with a buckle bomb! Moose taunts Migel’s tag partners by cutting the ring off. Moose makes a tag back to Callihan. Callihan lays a solid chest chop before dropping an elbow to the heart. Callihan makes a tag out to Bey. Bey drives his boot into Miguel and then clocks Miguel in the kidney with a big right hand.

Moose makes his way back in and lays waste on Miguel with a one-hand slam! Moose chokes Miguel out before Callihan comes back in. Callihan leads with a textbook slam before locking his rival up with a side headlock. Miguel escapes out of Callihan’s control with a scorpion kick. Both men clash in the center of the ring with double clotheslines! Callihan and Miguel desperately crawl to their corners. Cardona and Bey are in.

Cardona lands a huge boot to the side of Bey’s face. Chris Sabin is tagged in by Cardona. Moose runs in and hoists Cardona and Sabin up with double chokes. Cardona and Sabin counter and throw Moose out of the ring. Miguel sends Moose towards the ring post with a perfect hurricanrana. Cardona hits Radio Silence. Moose then hits Lights Out. Miguel and Callihan are spotlighted next. Callihan hits a death valley driver. Sabin comes in for Miguel. Callihan knocks Sabin out with his deadly packaged piledriver for the pinfall victory!

Winners: Sami Callihan, Moose & Chris Bey

Post-Match: The Good Brothers leave Don Callis. Callis looks a little bit nervous after watching Sami Callihan annihilate half of his competition before Saturday.

That concludes this week’s episode.


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