Impact Wrestling Results – May 27, 2021

Impact Wrestling Results - May 27, 2021

Impact Wrestling Results – May 27, 2021 – D’Lo Brown and Josh Mathews, who’s filling in for Matt Striker, welcome fans to Impact Wrestling! We kick things off with “The Draw” Sami Callihan.

Sami Callihan’s In-Ring Promo:

Sitting in the center of the ring, Sami Callihan begins his promo by saying all he sees is bullcrap since Kenny Omega came to Impact. He calls out Don Callis for holding Omega back from him. “The Draw” wants Omega, and he wants him now! Instead of receiving his wish, Callihan gets Moose instead.

Callihan looks extremely displeased to see Moose there. Moose grabs a microphone and lets Callihan know nobody cares what he has to say because he isn’t the next contender for the Unified Impact World Championship. Moose wants Callihan to stay out of his business until Against All Odds. He promises – in a threatening way – that he’ll give Callihan a title opportunity if he wins it off of Omega.

Callihan ponders why The Good Brothers are going after him if Moose is considered the new threat. After throwing their names out there, the Good Brothers make their way into the ring.

The Good Brothers agree with Moose and that Callihan needs to stay out of his and Omega’s business. The Good Brothers announce that they’re on Moose’s side. While he appreciates their support, Moose acknowledges that he isn’t on the Good Brothers’ side. Moose and Callihan throw the Good Brothers out of the ring.

Backstage: The Good Brothers are enraged over Callihan and Moose’s disrespectful antics. Don Callis finds them and proposes a match for later tonight. It’ll be the Good Brothers against Sami Callihan and Moose.

Backstage: Gia Miller finds Don Callis and asks him if the match he created just before the break is official. Callis says, of course, it is; he’s still the Executive Vice President of Impact. Even though he isn’t a big fan of Callis, the other EVP, Scott D’Amore, is letting this tag match between the Good Brothers and Sami Callihan and Moose happen tonight.

– Josh Mathews and D’Lo Brown run through the other matches and events that are scheduled for tonight’s show. We head back to the ring for some X-Division tag team action!

TJP & Fallah Bahh vs. Petey Williams & The X-Division Champion Josh Alexander

Josh Alexander and Fallah Bahh kick things off. Bahh throws Alexander towards the corner after their lockup. Bahh drives Alexander down towards the mat. Alexander chops Bahh down and lands a heavy fist on the spine of Bahh. Petey Williams is tagged in. Williams and Alexander clash in the center of the ring with a massive double shoulder tackle from Bahh. Bahh tags in TJP. Bahh and TJP join forces with a double drop on Williams. As TJP rises up to his feet with a kip-up, Bahh struggles to do the same thing. TJP helps him up, and Bahh heads to the apron. TJP finds his groove with Williams with some high-flying offense. Alexander knocks TJP out of the ring with a low crossbody. Bahh is back in as the legal man. Williams holds Bahh down as Alexander soars off the top with a perfect elbow drop.

Back from the commercial break, Williams and Bahh are in the ring. Williams continues to grind Bahh down before looking for a pin, but Bahh stays alive at two. Alexander comes in for Williams. Alexander corners Bahh and lands a flurry of strikes before bringing Williams back in. Williams chops Bahh down to the mat and makes a quick tag to Alexander. Alexander lands a nice stomp as he makes his way in.

Alexander sunset flips out of Bahh’s control. Bahh taunts Alexander by dropping on top of him! Bahh makes a tag to TJP. TJP knocks Williams off the apron and shifts his focus back on Alexander with a boot wash in the corner! Alexander plants a DDT in the center of the ring. Both TJP and Alexander crash into each other. Williams makes his way back in as the legal man.

Williams has TJP up on his shoulders. TJP escapes. Alexander hits a ripcord after getting tagged in. Bahh becomes the legal man and drops Alexander with a Samoan Drop. TJP comes flying off the top with a Mamba Splash for the pinfall victory!

Winners: TJP & Fallah Bahh

– Gia Miller sits down with W. Morrissey. Morrissey has a lot to say about the industry and learning how to resurrect his career. He talks about the seizure he had during one of his matches and how the fans would rather take pictures and record videos instead of calling for an ambulance. He is sick and tired of the fans and his fellow colleagues and how they portray a fake facade now that he’s better off than before. He doesn’t understand why they couldn’t be there for him through the good times and bad. He doesn’t care that he attacked Willie Mack’s best friend Rich Swann last week. He wants the last laugh, and he’s going to get it. Swann comes in hot and attacks Morrissey.

– We take a look at the growing Knockouts division, and how they’ve revolutionized what women’s wrestling can do. Tonight, 10 of the best Knockouts will collide in tag team action!

Backstage: Rosemary, Tenille Dashwood, Havok, and Rachael Ellering are standing by before their tag match. But someone is missing: Taylor Wilde. No one knows where she is. It looks like Jordynne Grace will take her place.

Tenille Dashwood (w/Kaleb), Rosemary, Havok, Rachael Ellering & Jordynne Grace vs. Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo, Kimber Lee, Susan and the Knockouts Tag Team Champions Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz)

Havok and Kimber Lee kick things off. Lee charges towards Havok. Havok puts her boot up in time. Lee makes a quick tag to Susan. Havok uses her foot to shove Susan back towards her corner. Kiera Hogan tags herself in from Susan. Havok tosses Hogan around before bringing Rachael Ellering on. Ellering lands a nice pumphandle suplex and then senton on Hogan. Hogan makes a tag to her tag partner, Tasha Steelz.

Ellering wraps her arms around Steelz with a tight waistlock. Ellering looks for the first pin in the match. Steelz kicks out. Tenille Dashwood is tagged in by Ellering. Steelz eats an elbow from Dashwood. Dashwood tags in Jordynne Grace. Ellering tries to help Jordynne out with a tag move, but the referee stops Ellering. Steelz clubs Jordynne with a few elbow strikes to escape out of the hold.

Back from the break, Hogan and Jordynne are finishing up their brawl before Steelz makes her way back into the match. Steelz keeps Jordynne down on the mat. Steelz drags Jordynne over towards her corner and plants multiple stomps before tagging Hogan back in. Jordynne rolls out of the corner and makes a tag to Rosemary.

Rosemary hits a perfect sling blade on Hogan. Rosemary continues her steamroll offense with an exploder suplex, followed by an Upside Down lockup. Coming down off the ropes, Steelz lands a heavy kick on Rosemary. Hogan tags Kimber Lee back in. Lee rocks Rosemary with a suplex and floats over for a pin. Rosemary kicks out at two!

Susan is next in line. She throws Rosemary up on the top rope. Lee comes in to help Susan in No Woman’s Land. Havok comes in and throws everyone off the top rope! Next, the Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo and Ellering make their way in. Ellering and Purrazzo have a nice exchange until chaos ensues. Havok runs in to help even the odds. Susan throws her shoe at her. Fire ‘N Flava are brawling with their partner Lee on the outside!

Rosemary is the last legal woman in the ring. Rosemary sends Purrazzo away with her As Above, So Below finisher to get the pinfall victory for her team!

Winners: Rosemary, Havok, Tenille Dashwood, Rachael Ellering & Jordynne Grace

Up next is the Impact Plus Moment of the Week. It’s Bobby Roode vs. Eric Young from Impact’s weekly show – 1/12/2016.

Backstage: Scott D’Amore is giving Josh Alexander and TJP a match for next week on Before The Impact. It’ll be a 60-Minute Iron Man Match for the X-Division Championship!

– We take a look back at the friendship turned rivalry between Jake Something and Rohit Raju. Both men will duke it out in a Tables Match very soon.

Violent By Design Addresses the Impact Roster:

Last week, Rhino used his Call Your Shot Trophy to pick up the Impact World Tag Team Championship with Joe Doering after FinJuice (Juice Robinson & David Finlay) successfully retained the titles against Ace Austin and Madman Fulton.

Tonight, Eric Young explains how violence has saved and flourished their careers towards great heights like winning the tag team titles. Young describes how directionless Joe Doering, Rhino and Deaner were until they met Young. “The World Class Maniac,” says every place on this Earth will belong to them. VBD is an army in the making, but they promise they’ll take over. All of a sudden, New Japan Pro-Wrestling sensation Satoshi Kojima comes out!

Kojima walks straight up to Joe Doering and issues a singles match at Against All Odds. Will these two former All Japan Triple Crown Champions collide in two weeks?

Backstage: Impact’s medical doctor informs Gia Miller that Zack Cardona will be out of action for 12-weeks, thanks to Brian Myers’ brutal attack on him last week.

Backstage: Joe Doering accepts Satoshi Kojima’s challenge from earlier. These two will square off in two weeks at Against All Odds!

Decay (Crazzy Steve & Black Taurus) vs. Johnny Swinger & Hernandez (w/Alisha Edwards)

Crazzy Steve and Johnny Swinger begin the matchup. Swinger goes old school with a wrap-around arm lock. Crazzy Steve drops Swinger on the mat and looks for a cover. Swinger kicks out. Crazzy Steve makes a tag to Black Taurus. Taurus lands a senton from off the ropes. Black Taurus goes for a cover. The Swing Man kicks out.

Crazzy Steve is tagged in and lands a double axe handle from off the top. Hernandez comes in and drops Steve on the mat with a Samoan Drop. Swinger is tagged back in. Swinger climbs up on Hernandez’s shoulders but chickens out at the last second. Swinger jumps down. Black Taurus clocks Hernandez with an elbow and then a beautiful corkscrew twist from off the ropes!

Black Taurus continues his focus on Hernandez on the outside. Crazzy Steve comes flying off the second rope with an inverted DDT on Swinger. 1-2-3. Decay prevails!

Winners: Decay

Backstage: Don Callis pumps the Good Brothers up for their main event matchup against Sami Callihan and Moose. Their match is up next!

Next week on Impact:

* Josh Alexander will defend his X-Division Championship against TJP on Before The Impact

* Jake Something will take on Rohit Raju in a Tables Match

* Satoshi Kojima will make his in-ring debut against Deaner

* Fire ‘N Flava will defend their Knockouts Tag Team Championships against Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering

And now, the main event!

Moose & Sami Callihan vs. The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson)

Sami Callihan makes his way in against Karl Anderson. Callihan digs his nails into Anderson’s back, keeping him down on the mat. Moose makes a tag off of Callihan. Moose throws Anderson down with a slam and then hoists Callihan up for another slam on top of Anderson. Anderson rolls out of the ring. Moose and Callihan have a stare-down just before the commercial break.

Back from the break, Callihan is ripping Anderson’s face apart while keeping a steady pace on the “Machine Gun.” Moose tags in. Moose is in no more than a few seconds before Callihan tags himself back in. Doc Gallows is brought in by Anderson.

Gallows clubs Callihan with several heavy hand strikes. Gallows drives his boots on Callihan’s throat as he makes a tag to Anderson. Anderson comes in, stomping away at Callihan. Anderson and Gallows exchange a quick tag. Gallows throws more powerful shots onto Callihan. Anderson rolls Callihan through with a snapmare and applies a front facelock. Callihan breaks free with a jawbreaker. Then, Callihan climbs up to the top and jumps off with a perfect flying elbow. This allows Callihan to make a tag to Moose. Anderson is also tagged in.

Moose sends Anderson down with an Urangi. Moose comes crashing down from off the top rope on Gallows. After some miscommunication between Moose and Callihan, Callihan gets hit with the Magic Killer. 1-2-3. The Good Brothers dominate and win the main event.

Winners: The Good Brothers

Post-Match: Moose makes his way back into the ring and hits a Lights Out on Sami Callihan.

That concludes this week’s episode.

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