Impact Wrestling Results – May 6, 2021

Impact Wrestling Results - May 6, 2021

Impact Wrestling Results – May 6, 2021 – D’Lo Brown and Matt Striker welcome fans to Impact Wrestling! We kick things off with the first No. 1 Contender Qualifying Match, where the winner will advance to the 6-Way matchup at Under Siege!

No. 1 Contender Qualifying Match: Chris Sabin (w/James Storm) vs. Rhino (w/Violent By Design)

Both men go straight for a collar and elbow tie-up. Chris Sabin focuses on the wrist. Rhino slaps him off. Sabin sends Rhino out of the ring with a perfect dropkick. Sabin spins around Rhino with a tilt-a-whirl head scissors. Sabin runs the ropes. Deaner on the outside grabs his ankles. Sabin smashes face-first onto the mat. Rhino takes advantage of this misstep by suffocating him in the corner.

Rhino shifts his focus on Sabin’s head and neck by wrenching in a lockup. Sabin and Rhino accidentally hit heads. Back on their feet, Sabin fires up a block shot and a back kick. Rhino answers back with a mule kick. Sabin reverses out of Rhino’s control with an inverted atomic drop. Then, Sabin flies out of the ring, crashing right on top of Rhino with a slingshot crossbody!

Back in the ring, Sabin jumps off the top rope with a well-executed dropkick for just a two count! Deaner goes after Sabin again with a poke to the eye. Rhino blocks Sabin’s tornado DDT attempt. Rhino and Sabin come crashing down with a massive superplex! Rhino looks for a cover. Sabin kicks out. Rhino sets up the Gore. Sabin sidesteps and rolls Rhino up in a cradle pin. 1-2-3. Sabin will see himself in the 6-Way matchup next Saturday!

Winner: Chris Sabin

Chris Sabin advances to the 6-Way matchup at Under Siege.

– D’Lo Brown and Matt Striker run through the matches that are still to come tonight, including two more qualifying matches, two Knockouts matches and the debut of El Phantasmo!

Backstage: Brian Myers is furious he lost to Matt Cardona and didn’t qualify for the 6-Way matchup for next Saturday. Frustrated by his loss, Decay explains Myers’ fate with a Tarot Card, and it isn’t looking too good for him.

Backstage: The Unified Impact World Champion Kenny Omega, The Good Brothers and Don Callis are proud of their efforts of attacking Sami Callihan, Eddie Edwards and FinJuice last week. Omega and Callis mention that now, the wins matter. Omega promises The Good Brothers that he is going to watch over and coach them. Tonight, Doc Gallows will square off against one half of the Impact World Tag Team Champions, Juice Robinson.

Susan (w/Kimber Lee) vs. Taylor Wilde

Susan goes straight for a waistlock before the bell rings. Taylor Wilde cartwheels out. Wilde uses the ropes to plant a perfect arm drag for a near-fall count. Susan trips Wilde toward the bottom rope. Kimber Lee gets her hands on Wilde. Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb arrive as Wilde’s backup. Wilde swings Susan to the other side with a tilt-a-whirl head scissors. On the outside, Wilde comes flying out with a hurricanrana! Lee lays another hand on Wilde. Dashwood takes care of Susan in the ring. Wilde gets the last say with her Wilde Ride finisher. Taylor Wilde picks up the victory.

Winner: Taylor Wilde

Post-Match: Taylor Wilde still refuses to accept Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb’s help.

Backstage: The Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo is still watching over Taylor Wilde. Backstage correspondent Gia Miller thinks “The Virtuosa” is dodging Wilde. Purrazzo corrects Miller with a hard no. She isn’t sweating over the former TNA Knockouts Champion. Rosemary and Decary interrupt the interview. Rosemary calls Purrazzo a coward. Purrazzo says she is not; she’s just beat all the Knockouts on the roster and has no one left to challenge her. Havok shows up. Purrazzo has an idea: she thinks Rosemary and Havok should face each other, and whoever wins should challenge her for the title. Havok and Rosemary have a staredown before the commercial break.

– W.Morrissey wants to create a paradigm shift from the man he was before. He is ready for the locker room to fill his agony. The first man who could be feeling those effects is Willie Mack at Under Siege.

No. 1 Contender Qualifying Match: Trey Miguel vs. Rohit Raju (w/Shera)

Both men square up with a collar and elbow tie-up. Trey Miguel gets the better half of it by backing Rohit Raju into the corner. Miguel breaks the hold cleanly. Miguel counters Raju with a sunset flip rollup. Cover. Raju kicks out. Shera stands in front of Raju as he rolls out of the ring for a quick break. Back in the ring, Miguel slides down on the mat, looking for a leg takedown. Their lockup changes into a test of strength with a knuckle lockup. Miguel disorients Raju with several slick catch as catch can maneuvers. Raju finds his way out and taunts Miguel just before the commercial break.

Back from the break, Raju distracts the referee as Shera lays his big hands on Miguel. Miguel fires back with an inverted atomic drop. Raju puts the brakes on Miguel’s Northern Lights Suplex. Raju covers Miguel. Miguel kicks out again. Raju throws Miguel out of the ring. Back in the ring, Raju separates Miguel’s shoulder and then applies more pressure on it. Raju misses an attempt from off the top.

Miguel catches Raju with a backflip/double stomp combination! Both men trade shots in the center of the ring. Miguel lands another inverted atomic drop before setting Raju up with a Northern Lights Suplex. From there, Miguel bends Raju’s arm back and looks for a pin. Raju pops up. Raju connects a well scouted DDT. Miguel reverses out of Raju’s crossface lockup. Miguel looks for a small cradle. Raju kicks out! Raju hits Miguel with a jumping knee. Miguel turns it around with an hourglass lockup. Raju can’t squirm out. Raju taps. Miguel is heading to the Six-Way matchup next Saturday!

Winner: Trey Miguel

Trey Miguel advances to the 6-Way matchup at Under Siege.

Post-Match: Jake Something comes down to the ring and takes out Shera.

At Johnny Swinger’s Palace: Everyone is having a great time betting their money away. Alisha loses a handful. Everyone is now placing bets on who will become the next man to challenge Kenny Omega for the Impact World Championship.

Doc Gallows (w/The Impact World Champion Kenny Omega, Karl Anderson & Don Callis) vs. Juice Robinson (w/David Finlay)

Doc Gallows hits a straight midsection kick on Juice Robinson. Gallows throws Robinson into the corner and gouges into his eyes. Robinson turns the matchup around by tossing Gallows into another corner and hammers down a series of strikes. Robinson gains a head full of steam with a cannonball, followed by his series of jabs. His momentum gets knocked down a peg when Gallows throws Robinson out of the ring.

Gallows cuts the ring off on Robinson. Omega jeers at Robinson in the corner. Gallows hurries for a cover. Robinson kicks out. Gallows takes a big bite out of Robinson’s forehead. Robinson gets back up and eats a massive boot. Gallows with another cover. The Impact Tag Champion kicks out. Gallows pokes out Robinson’s eyes again. Gallows keeps Robinson down with a facelock before landing a major slam.

David Finlay fires Robinson up on the outside. Robinson hits the ropes hard and fakes Gallows out with a low basement kick before planting a short DDT for two. Juice hits the jabs again. Robinson positions Gallows for Pulp Friction. Gallows’ henchmen pop up around the corner, trying to distract Juice. Gallows hits another big boot before throwing Juice with sit out powerbomb. 1-2-3. Gallows wins the match.

Winner: Doc Gallows

Post-Match: The Good Brothers and Omega swarm around Juice Robinson and beat him down. Eddie Edwards and David Finlay run-in. Omega and The Good Brothers stop them in their tracks and stand tall over them.

Backstage: The Executive Vice President Scott D’Amore stops Deonna Purrazzo and lets her know that next week, Havok and Rosemary will face off. Whoever wins the match will face Purrazzo at Under Siege next Saturday.

El Phantasmo vs. VSK

Both men lock up. El Phantasmo stops VSK in his tracks with a shoulder tackle. VSK replies with a hurricanrana, followed by a big splash. Cover. El Phantasmo kicks out. El Phantasmo traps VSK in the corner with a well scouted double stomp! El Phantasmo flies off the ropes with a springboard crossbody and then with a springboard moonsault! Cover. VSK kicks out. VSK catches El Phantasmo with an arm trap pin. El Phantasmo kicks out again. VSK drops El Phantasmo on his knee with a backbreaker. Will that be enough? No! El Phantasmo sends VSK down and out with a loaded Sudden Death superkick for the pinfall victory. ELP picks up his first win in Impact!

Winner: El Phantasmo

Kiera Hogan (w/Tasha Steelz) vs. Rachael Ellering (w/Jordynne Grace)

Rachael Ellering hits a nice elbow straight toward Kiera Hogan’s face while telling Tasha Steelz she’s watching her on the outside. Hogan throws Ellering towards several corners face-first into the turnbuckles. Ellering tosses Hogan with one arm towards the corner! Hogan rocks Ellering with a midsection kick for a two count.

Hogan escapes the back of Ellering. Hogan slams Ellering’s face into the mat with a facebuster. Cover. Ellering breaks out. Hogan applies a chinlock. Ellering pushes up towards the ropes. Both women crash into each other. Ellering hits back-to-back clotheslines, followed by a senton. Cover. Hogan pops out at two. Hogan uses her agility by smacking Ellering in the corner with a low basement dropkick! Ellering catches Hogan with a big slam and picks up a singles win!

Winner: Rachael Ellering

– As Moose prepares for his main event matchup with James Storm, Don Callis butts in and tries to discourage Moose from fighting Storm. Callis is “worry about Moose’s safety.” Moose tells him to shut his mouth. He has a message to send.

Backstage: Kiera Hogan is agitated that she lost again. Rachael Ellering and Jordynne Grace inform Hogan she had time to prepare, but she failed. Hogan promises her and Tasha Steelz will capture the Knockouts Tag Team Championship against Ellering and Grace, who they call a “non-factor.” Grace issues a challenge to Steelz for a singles match next week.

And now, the main event. Who will capture the last qualifying spot for Under Siege?

No. 1 Contender Qualifying Match: Moose vs. James Storm

Moose walks straight towards James Storm and puts wraps his hand around Storm’s neck. Storm and Moose trade heavy shots. Storm sends Moose towards the ropes. Moose plants a massive kick. Moose goes crashing towards the outside just before the commercial break.

Back from the break, Moose blocks an enziguri from Storm and rakes his knee across the top rope! On the outside, Moose stalks his prey by stomping on the Storm’s injured knee. Back in the ring, the stomps continue. Storm still has some fight in him. He throws several right hands, but Moose shifts the momentum back towards his favor again. Moose hits a heavy chop and dropkick in the corner. Moose hits the same combination again. Moose looks for an outside toehold, but he uses the rope for leverage. The referee catches it and tells him to break it.

Moose rains down more punches on Storm’s injured knee. Storm finds a spark and throws a few forearms. Storm catches Moose with his Closing Time (double knee facebreaker). Storm extends the offense with a tornado DDT. He puts one hand on Moose for a cover. Moose kicks out. Storm counters with a sunset flip for another near-fall count. Moose spears the knee of Storm. Moose locks Storms’ bad leg up and continues adding insult to injury with more punches.

Both men make their way towards no man’s land. Storm hoists Moose up in the Eye of the Storm poisition. Moose slides out. Storm catches Moose with the Last Call! The referee sees Storm thriving in pain after hitting the superkick. He is about to call the match. Storm begs him not to. Storm gets up. Moose is set up in the corner. Lights Out hits. 1-2-3. Moose is on his way to Under Siege.

Winner: Moose

Moose is the final man to advance towards the 6-Way matchup at Under Siege.

Post-Match: Moose inflicts more damage to Storms’ leg by wrapping a chair around it and stomping it all to hell. Chris Sabin runs out to stop him.

That concludes this week’s episode. Thanks for watching!

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