Here are Impact Wrestling Results for 9/29, courtesy of WrestleZone
Ace Austin & Chris Bey vs. Trey Miguel & Laredo Kid
Austin and Laredo Kid kick things off with a lock up. Bey tags in and out before Miguel eventually gets in the action. Trey goes on a tear against Bey. Austin tags back in to mix it up with Miguel, which includes a double springboard spinning kick. Austin launches Bey into hitting Art of Finesse on Miguel before Austin hits the Fold to score the victory over Trey.
Winners: Ace Austin & Chris Bey
Bhupinder Gujjar announces he has a broken nose but will still compete in the Call Your Shot gauntlet next week.
Frankie Kazarian is interviewed backstage and cuts a promo on how we plans on winning the X-Division title at Bound For Glory.
Digital Media Championship: Brian Myers (c) vs. Crazzy Steve
Steve counters off the bat and gets Myers in a sleeper. Steve tries to bite Myers, but the champ escapes. Steve does a lot of work in the corner before attempting a pinfall. Myers turns the tide by raking Steve’s eyes. He hits the Roster Cut Lariat and pins Steve to retain.
Winner: Brian Myers (c)
Myers announces he will defend his title at Bound For Glory in an open challenge.
Johnny Swinger teases the return of Swinger’s Palace in a segment where Taya Valkyrie and Jessicka came face-to-face with Johnny Bravo.
Another vignette for Joe Henry airs.
Black Taurus vs. Delirious
Delirious controls the action early on. Taurus focuses on Delirious’ barefoot before unloading with a flurry of offense. Delirious manages a few big slams before landing 10 leg drops in a row. Delirious delivers a few strikes, but Black Taurus headbutts him and lands Destination Hellhole for the win.
Winner: Black Taurus
Bobby Fish tells Gia Miller that he will be waiting for the winner of Josh Alexander vs. Eddie Edwards as he’s entering Call Your Shot.
Mia Yim talks about facing Mickie James about BFG and we see footage of a match from years ago when Yim first started wrestling. Gisele Shaw interrupts and says if she couldn’t get it done, then neither will Mia. A match is set up for next week.
Honor No More appear in the ring. Edwards continues to berate PCO before Taven and Bennett turn the attention to their tag title reign and how Eddie will pin Alexander at BFG. Josh eventually interrupts and talks about how Eddie turned his back on Impact and the fans. Everything breaks down and leads to a tag match.
Heath & Rich Swann vs. Vincent & PCO
PCO dominates Swann early on. Vincent comes in and continues picking Swann apart until Heath gets the hot tag. Swann becomes legal again to hit the Phoenix Splash on Vincent for the three-count.
Winners: Rich Swann & Heath
Moose confirms he will compete in the Call Your Shot gauntlet and promises to win it for a second year in a row. Steve Maclin walks up and the two break out in a brawl. Elsewhere, Scott D’Amore sanctions Moose vs. Maclin for next week with Sami Callihan as the special guest ref.
Confirmed for next week:
- Moose vs. Steve Maclin w/ Sami Callihan as the ref
- Mia Yim vs. Gisele Shaw
- Frankie Kazarian vs. Kenny King
- Matt Taven vs. Alex Shelley
Monster’s Ball Match: Masha Slamovich vs. Allie Katch
The two emerge from being locked away from 24 hours and start by trying to clothesline each other. Masha uses a chain and pulls it against Allie’s face. Masha grabs a street sign and uses it on the mouth. Masha takes Allie to the mat with a choke and a headbutt before covering. Masha uses the chain to choke Allie again. Allie gets to her feet and slams a trash can lid against Masha’s back. Masha hits Air Raid Crash into the turnbuckle. Masha with a reverse DDT before suplexing Katch onto a chair. Katch is is bloodied and slammed onto a chair again, but she kicks out.
Katch takes Masha up top for a big suplex before driving her through a door propped in the corner. Masha kicks out. They go crashing through a table at ringside thanks to Masha’s Russian Leg Sweep. Masha introduces tacks, but Katch hits a piledriver onto the tacks for a nearfall. Katch dumps out cut up soda cans and drills the trash can into Masha’s head. She no sells and throws punches and then a roundhouse kick. Snowplow into the tacks and cans seals the deal.
Winner: Masha Slamovich