Impact Wrestling Results – August 5, 2021

Impact Wrestling Results - August 5, 2021

Impact Wrestling Results – August 5, 2021 – D’Lo Brown and Matt Striker welcome fans to Impact Wrestling! We kick things off with the former IWGP United States Champion Juice Robinson and Chris Bey in action!

Chris Bey (w/Jay White) vs. Juice Robinson (w/David Finlay)

Chris Bey surprises Juice Robinson with a blind dropkick into the corner. Robinson tosses Bey into that same corner and throws down thunderous shots. Bey escapes and tosses Robinson out of the ring. Jay White and David Finlay exchange words on the outside. Bey slides out and clocks Robinson on the apron.

Back in the ring, Bey heads up top and lands a perfect dropkick. Bey hooks the leg on Robinson. Robinson kicks out. Bey fires a series of knee strikes. Robinson traps him after the fourth one. Bey holds on and applies a sleeper on “The Flamboyant” one. Robinson charges backward and into the corner, creating space between him and Bey. Robinson hits a cannonball; no one is home. Robinson catches Bey with a spinebuster but doesn’t float over for a cover.

Robinson tosses Bey with two strong Irish Whips. He looks for another cannonball. He hits it successfully this time. In the center of the ring, Robinson plants his Juice Jabs. Jay White tries to distract Robinson. David Finlay takes care of White. Bey sends Robinson out with the Art of Finesse for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Chris Bey

Post-Match: Jay White hands Chris Bey a shirt. Bey unfolds it. It’s a Bullet Club shirt! Bey is now an official member of BC! They too-sweet each other before their segment ends.

Backstage: Speaking of former Bullet Club members, the Impact World Champion Kenny Omega, Impact Tag Team Champions The Good Brothers and Don Callis are all standing by. They are ready for their big six-man main event tonight. Omega says they are all on cloud nine. Violent By Design step in. Eric Young informs The Good Brothers that his clan is going to use their title rematch clause at Emergence on Friday, August 20. The Good Brothers are speechless.

Backstage: Fire ‘N Flava looks to get on the same page heading into their Knockouts tag team match.

– We take a look back at the matches and the King & Queen Tournament that went down this past Saturday at Homecoming.

Speaking of the King & Queen Tournament, the winners “Drama King” Matthew Rehwoldt and Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo make their way down to the ring.

Matthew Rehwoldt & Deonna Purrazzo’s Coronation:

“The Virtuosa” begins the celebration by listing off all the accolades she has accomplished so far in Impact Wrestling. The fans chant at her, “No one cares.” She shrugs it off. She goes back to talking about how she and Rehwoldt are now officially crowned for their hard-fought victories. Just then, Mickie James’ music hits! James is on her way down to the ring.

James’ has a contract in hand. Before she can talk, Purrazzo is furious she came out and interrupted her coronation. James says that was not her intention. She’s here to make her NWA Empower official. James informs Purrazzo her title will be on the line and asks her to sign it. Before she can sign it, Purrazzo wants to know who her opponent is. James says her opponent happens to be here in the building. It’s ex-WWE Superstar Melina! Melina gets a great pop from the crowd. After Purrazzo sees Melina, she officially signs the contract. Melina does too.

Purrazzo formally introduces herself to Melina. Purrazzo warns Melina while it’s nice to meet her, she plans on retaining her title. Melina says, similar to how Purrazzo came into Impact and won the title in her first pay-per-view event, she’s going to do the same thing and try to win it on her first try.

Backstage: Taylor Wilde says the reason why she was gone for so long from Impact was that someone called immigration on her and reported her as an illegal immigrant. Wilde has her suspicions. She thinks it was Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb. This leads to Wilde challenging Dashwood to a fight next week.

– The newest incarnation of Kimber Lee asks her mother Su Yung if she can help deliver souls to her. Yung says to Lee that her time has come.

X-Division Contender Match: Jake Something vs. Daivari vs. Trey Miguel vs. Rohit Raju (w/Shera)

Trey Miguel rocks the house by wiping everyone out with a moonsault to the outside. Daivari and Rohit Raju follow suit. Jake Something knocks everyone out with a running crossbody just before the commercial break.

Back from the break, Something smashes into Trey Miguel with a huge spear. He charges over to do the same thing to Rohit Raju in the corner, but Raju jumps over and escapes. Daivari and Raju join forces for a brief moment. Miguel plants a Matrix kick on Something. Raju and Miguel trade heavy hands in the center of the ring. Miguel drops Raju down on the mat and locks in an inverted sharpshooter. Daivari runs in and gets hit with a scorpion kick from Miguel.

Something slides back into the ring and eats a jumping knee from Raju. Daivari drags Raju out of the ring and hits a dropkick from off the top. Daivari gets caught with the Black Hole Slam from Jake Something. Cover. 1-2-3. Jake Something has earned his ticket to face Josh Alexander for the X-Division Championship!

Winner: Jake Something

– We see an advertisement for Emergence. This event will be live on Friday, August 20, on Impact Plus!

Backstage: Rohit Raju is enraged he lost this match. Matt Cardona and Chelsea Green run into the frame. Raju almost hit Green with a backpack that was sitting on a chair. Cardona confronts Raju and Shera. Both men say they would never hit a woman. Still not buying it, Cardona wants a piece of Raju.

Backstage: Josh Alexander looks forward to putting his X-Division Championship on the line against Jake Something at Emergence. Daivari interrupts and demands a title shot, too. Alexander says if he can beat him next week, he might just get a future title shot.

Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz) vs. Jordynne Grace & Rachael Ellering

Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering look awesome in their new gear. Both of them take Fire ‘N Flava down a peg with stereo shoulder tackles. Jordynne Grace and Tasha Steelz officially kick things off. Grace slams Steelz into the mat with a spinebuster! Cover. Steelz pops out at two. Rachael Ellering is tagged in by Grace. Grace and Ellering join forces as Ellering keeps Steelz down, and Grace drops down with a senton. Ellering looks for a cover. Steelz kicks out again. Grace is back in.

Steelz avoids a muscle buster. She makes a tag on Kiera Hogan. Hogan comes in with a running boot in the corner. Hogan looks for a cover. Grace kicks out. Steelz is back in. Grace eats a big European uppercut and a kick but kicks out following the pin attempt. Grace takes Fire ‘N Flava for a ride with a double backdrop. Grace makes a hot tag to Ellering. Ellering softens Hogan up for Grace, who comes back in again. Grace hits a double knee backbreaker on Hogan. Ellering is back in again. Ellering eats a superkick to the face. Hogan is looking for a Steelz. Steelz pops up on the apron but doesn’t put her hand out for the tag.

Ellering and Grace come together one more time. Ellering swings Hogan down on the mat and picks up the pinfall victory.

Winners: Rachael Ellering & Jordynne Grace

Post-Match: Indie star Savannah Evans makes her way into the ring. Tasha Steelz stands idly by as Evans decimates Kiera Hogan.

Backstage: Frankie Kazarian, one of the forefathers of TNA, recognizes all the other men and women who have built this promotion. But tonight, he’s ready to rip out the heart of The Elite.

Backstage: Executive Vice President gets a nice greeting from Violence By Design. They want D’Amore to know they’re going to use their rematch clause for the tag team titles at Emergence. Well, Rich Swann and Willie Mack want the same opportunity, too. It looks like The Good Brothers will defend it against VBD and Swann & Mack in a three-way match!

Steve Maclin vs. Jah-C

Steve Maclin throws Jah-C off the ropes and lays a flurry of stomps on top of the newcomer. Maclin hangs Jah-C in the tree of woe position. He comes charging in with a devastating spear. Maclin goes for a lateral press cover and pulls Jah-C up by the 2.5 count. Next, Maclin rains down a flurry of elbows down on Jah-C. Another cover. Another pull up. Maclin sends Jah-C nighty night with his inverted facelock sitdown slam for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Steve Maclin

Post-Match: Steve Maclin continues the beatdown on Jah-C. He tosses a chair into the ring. Just as he’s about to use it, Petey Williams comes in and makes the save. Williams and Maclin’s feud is just beginning.

“It’s All About Me” Segment:

Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb (with a “K”) are back again. Their guest this week is Dr. Ross Forman. Forman has no idea why he’s on the show. Scott D’Amore comes in and makes the save. D’Amore wants to talk to Dashwood and Kaleb about Taylor Wilde’s immigration scare. Wilde informed D’Amore that she would drop the charges against them if Dashwood would face Wilde next week. D’Amore also asks Dashwood ifMadison Rayne knows she took her set. Dashwood is just stunned.

– We see an advertisement for NJPW Resurgence that will take place next Saturday!

Last week, Moose picked up a major victory over Chris Sabin. Backstage, Sabin announces he will be in the #1 Contenders Battle Royal next week. He hears that Moose will be in it, too. Sabin’s plan is to take Moose’s title opportunity away from him.

Next Week:

* #1 Contenders Battle Royal – the winner will face Kenny Omega for the Impact World Championship at Emergence

* Tenille Dashwood vs. Taylor Wilde

* Non-Title Match: X-Division Champion Josh Alexander vs. Daivari

* FinJuice (Juice Robinson & David Finlay) vs. Jay White & Chris Bey

And now, the main event!

The Elite (Kenny Omega & The Good Brothers) (w/Don Callis) vs. Frankie Kazarian, Sami Callihan & Eddie Edwards

All six men take their brawl in and out of the ring. Once they settle down, Sami Callihan and Kenny Omega revisit their epic Slammiversary matchup. Callihan looks for a piledriver. The Good Brothers break it up on the outside. Callihan plants a vertical suplex before bringing Frankie Kazarian into the matchup. The Impact World Champion slams Kazarian face-first towards the mat with a Kotaro Krusher. Omega continues the onslaught by tossing Omega towards his team’s corner just before the commercial break.

Back from the break, Doc Gallows is working on Kazarian. Omega helps Gallows by rubbing his boot into Kazarian’s face while the ref’s back is turned. Gallows makes the hot tag to Karl Anderson. Kazarian lays low and makes a tag to Eddie Edwards. Edwards pays homage to Satoshi Kojima with some machine gun chops in the corner. Edwards tries to keep the momentum on point by heading to the top rope. Omega throws him off. Anderson then tags in Omega. Omega lands a stomp on Edwards. Cover. No. Omega brings Gallows back in.

Gallows applies a rear chin lock on “The Heart of Impact.” Gallows knocks the wind out of Edwards’ sail with a nasty chop. The Elite drop down on Edwards. Omega looks for another pin. Edwards kicks out. Omega is upset he didn’t the pin, so he tags in Anderson. Edwards dodges the bullet and ducks out before Anderson can charge towards him in the corner. Edwards looks for a tag to Kazarian, but Gallows throws him off the apron. Gallows eats a big dropkick on Gallows. Gallows makes a tag to Omega. Edwards tags in Sami Callihan!

Callihan rakes the eyes of Omega and beats him down in the corner. The Good Brothers throw him off. Kazarian runs in to help Callihan out. Omega hits a V-Trigger on “The Elite Hunter.” The Elite join forces with a double neckbreaker/suplex on Callihan. Omega goes for a cover. Callihan pops out at 2.5. Edwards and Anderson are back in as the legal men. Anderson plants a massive spinebuster on Edwards. Edwards ducks the Gun Stun. Edwards land a Blue Thunder Bomb! Callihan takes care of Omega on the apron with a Cactus Special ’97 (stump piledriver). Edwards plants Anderson with the Boston Knee Party. 1-2-3. The Elite are defeated! Edwards, Kazarian and Callihan reign victories.

Winners: Eddie Edwards, Frankie Kazarian & Sami Callihan

Post-Match: Don Callis checks in on Kenny Omega. He landed right on his neck following that piledriver from Sami Callihan. Then, the camera shifts back to the ring. W. Morrissey slithers in and pounces on Eddie Edwards just as the show comes to an end.

That concludes this week’s episode.

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