Here are the results for the episode of Impact Wrestling airing March 2nd, 2021. Check the link if you missed the previous episode here: February 23rd
Impact Wrestling Results (3/2/2021)
#1. [X-Division #1 Contender] Black Taurus vs. Chris Bey vs. Ace Austin (w/ Madman Fulton) — Winner: Ace Austin with an assist from Madman Fulton
#2. Tenille Dashwood (w/ Kaleb with a K) vs. Havok — Winner: Tenille Dashwood with The Spotlight
Nevaeh rushes out to help her tag team partner by beating up on Kaleb with a K.
– Sami Callihan welcomes us to Ohio. He’s still ranting about how bad Trey Miguel is, mentioning how his former Rascalz buddies want nothing to do with him anymore. He busts in to the training area, kicks a guy off his seat, and uses the chair on another guy. He gets in the face of Trey Miguel’s trainer and asks why he trains losers.
His trainer can’t wait to see what happens when Trey caves his skull in. Callihan attacks him and traps his head in the steel chair. One of his biggest potential students comes to save him, but Callihan talks him round. Don’t worry Trey, Sami is coming for him soon.
– TJP asks John E. Bravo what his odds are against Ace Austin. He doesn’t want to give that out though, especially in front of Austin. It looks like Bey & Ace might come to blows, but Swinger interjects and tells Bravo to get these guys in the ring, daddy.
– Eric Young is in Deaner’s ear calling him weak for losing to Jake Something. If he keeps losing, the disease could return. So he has no choice but to teach him a lesson. Out of sight, Joe Doering viciously beats him up. EY tells him that he’s only doing this because he cares about him.
– Tony Schiavone plugs AEW Dynamite Crossroads and the Revolution PPV. The Forbidden Door Tony Khan addresses the state of pro wrestling. He says Impact and New Japan are one of us. It’s “us against them”, and he doesn’t need to tell us who they are. They are all on the same side, Don opened up the forbidden door, so that’s why he granted them the barbed wire deathmatch at Revolution. He tells us that Paul Wight is ready to debut on Dynamite. Tony & Tony tell us not to miss Revolution this Sunday.
– Moose is sick of the disrespect. He has been a real World Champion for over a year, and deserves to be treated as such. The difference between him & Rich Swann is that he’s a wrestling god. He will fulfill his destiny by becoming the new Impact World Champion.
#3. The Good Brothers & FinJuice vs. XXXL & Reno Scum — Winners: Good Brothers & FinJuice with Magic Killer
– Rich Swann wants to solidify himself as the true, one World Champion in Impact Wrestling. Moose has been walking around with the TNA title which isn’t even valid. This will be his opportunity at Sacrifice to win the real World title.
On paper, Moose is fast, strong, and has the size, but he knows he doesn’t have the heart, determination, and fire within. Rich has fought through career threatening injuries and surgeries, and has overcame. At Sacrifice, he will do so again.
– Good Brothers and FinJuice are arguing about the match. Finlay thinks they should be having a pop at the titles, and Gallows thinks that’s a great idea.
#4. Brian Myers vs. Eddie Edwards (w/ Matt Cardona as Special Guest Referee) — Winner: Eddie Edwards by DQ after Brian Myers loaded up his elbow pad with a foreign object
In a backstage interview, Deonna Purrazzo admits to attacking ODB backstage. That’s what happens when you mess with The Virtuosa.
#5. Deonna Purrazzo (w/ Kimber Lee & Susan) vs. Kiera Hogan (w/ Tasha Steelz) vs. Jordynne Grace (w/ Jazz) — Winner: Deonna Purrazzo
The rest of the Knockouts fight to the backstage area. ODB rushes to the ring, takes out Purrazzo, and ends the show by holding up the title high above her head.
— Impact Wrestling Results (3/2/2021)–
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