Last night’s Impact Hard To Kill pay-per-view marked a night of multiple firsts for the Knockouts Division. This includes the first-time Knockouts Championship match headlining an Impact pay-per-view, as well as the first-ever Women’s Ultimate X match that kicked off the show.
As noted in our results page of the event, Tasha Steelz defeated Alisha Edwards, Chelsea Green, Jordynne Grace, Lady Frost, & Rosemary by being the final woman in possession of the X as she hit the mat. She has now earned a future championship match whenever she chooses.
According to PWInsider, two women that participated in the match were big proponents of it happening — Jordynne Grace and the winner of the match, Tasha Steelz. They add that until it was officially announced, Steelz & Grace were unaware the Ultimate X match was actually booked.
In a recent interview with PWInsider Elite, Tasha Steelz noted how the two women were pushing for the match to Impact Wrestling EVP Scott D’Amore but only found out when D’Amore revealed it was taped for Impact on AXS.
There were no major injuries coming out of the Women’s Ultimate X match last night.