Online World of Wrestling https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com Tue, 25 Apr 2023 01:16:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=6.2 1113648 AEW Rampage 04 22 2023 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/results/aew/aew-2022/aew-rampage-04-22-2023/ Tue, 25 Apr 2023 01:16:05 +0000 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=202581 AEW Rampage Results Special Saturday Night Show – April 22, 2023 Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh, PA Results by: Jerome Wilen of Wrestleview.com We go to the arena with a wild crowd. Jim Ross, Tony Schiavone and Excalibur are on commentary. Jon Moxley vs. Christopher Daniels Both men lock up. Moxley takes down Daniels and has […]]]>

AEW Rampage Results
Special Saturday Night Show – April 22, 2023
Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh, PA
Results by: Jerome Wilen of Wrestleview.com

We go to the arena with a wild crowd. Jim Ross, Tony Schiavone and Excalibur are on commentary.

Jon Moxley vs. Christopher Daniels

Both men lock up. Moxley takes down Daniels and has him a head lock. Daniels rolls Moxley over for a few pin attempts, but only gets a one count as Moxley holds on. Daniels gets out of the hold as he takes down Daniels with shoulder blocks as the fans boo. Daniels comes back with a side headlock on Moxley and drops Moxley down and still has the hold on Moxley. Moxley gets up and breaks the hold and has Daniels in the corner and hits him with a serious of chops. Daniels drop Moxley over the top rope and then nails him with an elbow on the floor with a big elbow. Moxley recovers and then hits Daniels and takes him down. Moxley picks up Daniels and drops him on the steel steps.

Picture-In-Picture: Moxley is on the second rope taunting the crowd as the ref counts. Daniels rolls back in the ring but it taken out by Moxley as Daniels rolls to the outside. Moxley works on Daniels arm. Moxley is back in the ring walking around as the ref makes the ten count. Daniels tries to get up and then finally makes his way back into the ring.

Back from the break, Moxley picks up Daniels and has him on the second rope turnbuckle as scratches Daniels back. Daniels fights back and knocks Moxley off and then hits him with a diving cross body. Daniels goes for the cover and only gets a two count. Moxley comes back with blows to the face. Daniels gets Moxley in a backslide for a pin attempt but only gets a two. Moxley hits a king kong lariat on Daniels and then drops him with a piledriver. Moxley makes the cover, but kicks out at two! Daniels gets up and drops Moxley and then climbs to the second rope and delivers an elbow on Moxley and then hits him with an angels wings, but struggled to make the cover. Moxley has a sleeper on Daniels and goes down. Daniels hits a series of elbows on Daniels and Moxley has him in choke like hold as Daniels drops to the mat and Daniels is out. The ref calls for the bell.

WINNER BY SUBMISSION: JON MOXLEY

After thee match, Moxley puts out his hand to Daniels as both men shake hands. Moxley leaves through the crowd.

Backstage interview with Lexy Nair talking to Jade Cargill and Mark Sterling.He says that they are finally going to get rid of Taya Valkayrie on Wednesday. In the TBS Title match this Wednesday, Taya can’t use the Jaded and if she does, she will be disqualified.

Hook comes out to the ring. The Hardys are out next to a huge ovation. Isaiah Kassidy is with them. All four men are in the ring as the fans cheer. Kassidy on the mic asks the crowd if they are ready to hear from Jeff to a huge ovation. Jeff says it is great back to be in the Elite world and he has worked hard to reach this moment as the fans chant welcome back. Jeff says he trying to love himself again and then he says the smartest thing he needs to do is retire as the fans boo. He then says retire from screwing up and says he will finish his career in AEW on a high note. We go the big screen with Stokley Hathaway says he has emailed Jeff and called him about the stupid deletion match, but there has been no return calls and says he is working to be a better man as The Firm comes from behind and attacks The Hardys, Kassidy and Hook. Ethan Page drops Kassidy with an egos edge in the ring. Kassidy rolls out and The Firm drag Kassidy as the Hardys and Hook go after him.

We go to a video package reviewing last week’s Dynamite on TBS.

-COMMERCIAL BREAK-

Back from the break we hear from Keith Lee and Dustin Rhodes. Lee says he has no respect for Chris Jericho. Rhodes says next week it will be Rhodes and Lee in action.

Kiera Hogan vs. Julia Hart

Hart ducks Hogan and then slaps her. Hogan comes back with big elbow strikes, but Hart nails her with knee strikes. Hogan comes back and drops her and then hits her with a huge leg drop and covers her for only a two count. Hart recovers with an evil look on face and then picks up Hogan puts a thumb to her throat. Hogan then cracks Hart across the jaw with a huge kick. Hogan then nails Hart in the corner with a huge drop kick. She covers Hart, but only gets a two as Hart continues to have an evil like look on her face. Hart comes back and hits Hogan with standing moonsault and covers her for only a two count. Hart then gets Hogan in the hart-less as Hogan taps out.

WINNER BY SUBMISSION: JULIA HART

After the match, Anna Jay runs to the ring and attacks Hart as both women brawl. The officials come into the ring to separate both women as we have a pull apart.

We go to a backstage segment with Lexy Nair interviewing Christopher Daniels who says he is here for victories as Claudio Castagnoli and Wheeler Yuta come in. Moxley comes in as says Daniels is cool as stops Claudio and Wheeler form going after him. Daniels then says Moxley might be different. Moxley turns away and then attacks Daniels with a series of elbows and smashes his head against the lockers and tells Daniels the BCC has never changed.

FTR, Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal vs. Slim J and The Varsity Athletes

Dax Harwood and Slim J start things off as Slim has Harwood in the corner and drills Harwood. Harwood then slaps Slim J and then hits him with a leg drop and attempts a pin, but Slim J kicks out. Harwood tags in Cash Wheeler. Slim J takes down Wheeler, but Wheeler is up and fights back with elbows, but Slim J comes back with elbows. Wheeler drops Slim J with a huge slam. Lethal blind tags himself him and drops Slim J. Jarrett and Lethal strut across the ring as FTR comes in and jaws at Lethal and Jarrett.

Picture-In-Picture: Lethal and Slim J are the legal men in the ring. Lethal kicks Slim and covers him for only a two count. Wheeler is tagged in as Slim J hits him with a back elbow strike. Wheeler goes to the outside. Daivari is tagged in and is working on Wheeler. Ariya Daivari is in and has Wheeler in the corner and nails him with headbutts to the mid section. Tony Nese is now in as they have Wheeler in the corner. Slim J nails Wheeler with big boots to the chest.

-FULL COMMERCIAL BREAK-

Back from the break. Woods has Wheeler in a headlock as the ref is checking on Wheeler. Mark Briscoe is looking on backstage on a monitor. Wheeler drops Woods. Harwood comes in and drops Nese and Slim J. All the men are in the ring. Jarrett sends Slim J to the outside as Mark Sterling is in the ring. Harwood is holding Sterling as Jarrett then nails Harwood as Sterling ducks out. Jarrett drops Slim J with a stroke and Harwood covers him for the win. Jarrett and Lethal and FTR begin to brawl as Briscoe comes down to break it up.

-COMMERCIAL BREAK-

Back from the break we Mark Henry hyping up the main event AAA Mega Title Match.

AAA Mega Championship Match: El Hijo del Vikingo defends against Dralistico

As Vikingo comes to the ring Dralistico attacks him on the outside before the bell. The bell rings and here we go! Vikingo goes for a huge dive on Dralistico who moves as Vikingo hits the floor on his back! Vikingo is back in the ring as Dralistico covers him but only gets a two count. Both men exchange blows to the face. Dralistico comes back and hammers Vikingo with huge rights hand. Vikingo then comes back with a corkscrew kick on Dralistico! Dralistico then comes back with a huge destroyer off the ropes!

Picture-In-Picture: Dralistico covers Vikingo, but only gets the two count. Vikingo rolls to the outside as Ruse walks around. Dralistico works on Vikingo on the outside with kicks to the chest agains the guardrail. Rush looks on nearby. Dralistico rolls Vikingo into the ring. Dralistico continues the offense with kicks to Vikingo. He then taunts the fans as he mocks them from the second rope. Dralistico picks up Vikingo and then nails him with an elbow, kicks him and then mocks him. Dralistico continues to work on Vikingo and tosses him to the outside.

Back from break, Dralistico climbs to the top rope and drops onto him on the outside. Dralistico comes off the ropes with a big code breaker on Vikingo. The fans begin to chant for Vikingo who comes back with an overhand chop onto Dralistico. Both men are now on the ropes as they exchange blows. Vikingo sends Dralistico on the apron with a huge headbutt and drops him with a big destroyer on the ring apron as the fans chant this is awesome. Vikingo tosses Dralistico back in the ring. Rush then grabs Vikingo and drops him down. The ref catches it and tosses out Preston Vance, Rush and Jose.. Dralistico then attempts a roll up on Vikingo, but he kicks out. Vikingo then kicks Dralistico with a corkscrew kick, followed by a big stomp to the mid section from the top rope. Vikingo covers Dralistico, but he kicks out at two! Dralistico then comes back with a submission hold as Vikingo gets his boot on the rope. Vikingo then kicks Dralistico and then climbs to the top rope and hits Dralistico with a 360 dive to get the win to retain.

WINNER AND STILL AAA MEGA CHAMPION: EL HIJO DEL VIKINGO

After the match, LFI comes down to the ring and takes out Vikingo with a huge lariat and continues the beatdown. They pick up Dralistico and celebrate as the show goes off the air.

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WWE Friday Night SmackDown 04 21 2023 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/results/wwe/smackdown/wwe-smackdown-2023/wwe-friday-night-smackdown-04-21-2023/ Sun, 23 Apr 2023 15:50:35 +0000 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=202578 WWE Friday Night SmackDown Results April 21, 2023 Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio. Commentary: Michael Cole and Wade Barrett Results by: Roy Nemer of Wrestleview.com WWE SmackDown kicks off with the Judgment Day walking down to the ring. Finn Balor and Damian Priest vs. Rey Mysterio and Santos Escobar The bell rings and we are […]]]>

WWE Friday Night SmackDown Results
April 21, 2023
Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio.
Commentary: Michael Cole and Wade Barrett
Results by: Roy Nemer of Wrestleview.com

WWE SmackDown kicks off with the Judgment Day walking down to the ring.

Finn Balor and Damian Priest vs. Rey Mysterio and Santos Escobar

The bell rings and we are under way. Rey and Finn start the match. Rey with a hurricanrana off the ropes followed by a basement dropkick. Rey goes for a moon sault off the second rope but Finn gets his knees up. Damian is tagged in and they double team Rey. Priest with a right hand and he slams him into the turnbuckle. Priest with an elbow to the face. He goes for the cover but Rey kicks out. Finn is tagged in and forearms to the head followed by a head lock in the middle of the ring. Rey with elbows as he tries to fight out of it but Balor throws him in the corner.

Elbows to the face by Rey as he climbs the second rope but Finn lifts him on his shoulders and Rey hits him with a bulldog. Escobar is tagged in and a flying forearm onto Balor. Escobar knocks Priest off the ring apron and he hits Balor with a back breaker. A clothesline by Escobar. Priest get sin the ring and Escobar hits him with a knee to the face. Escobar throws Balor on the ring apron and pushes Priest into him. Escobar and Rey double team Priest and he falls to the outside. Rey goes for a slide onto the outside but Priest moves out of the way. Escobar runs to the ropes but Balor hits him with a clothesline.

-Commercial Break-

Back from commercial, Priest throws Santos in the corner but Escobar with elbows to the face and he knocks Finn off the ring apron. Santos tries to make a tag but Priest with a kick to the face. Priest runs to the ropes but Escobar with a drop kick. Rey and Finn are tagged in. Rey throws Priest to the outside of the ring but as he is about to throw him out, Priest is tagged in. Rey trips Santos up and hits him with the 619. Santos with a big splash onto Finn. Priest slams Rey into the ring post. Santos goes for the cover but Finn isn’t the legal man. Priest hits Santos with the South of Heaven. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winners: Judgment Day

Priest gets on the microphone and says he has a message for his friend. He says this Monday in Chicago on Raw, it’s the return of Bad Bunny. Priest tells him he hopes this visit goes differently than the last time as he laughs.

-Commercial Break-

Adam Pearce is backstage and in comes Zelina Vega. She says with everything that the Judgment Day has been doing, she wants to challenge Rhea Ripley for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship at Backlash. But with Bad Bunny hosting the show in Puerto Rico, she is also the only female Puerto Rican on the roster. She has been told her entire life that because of her height, she can’t make it. Pearce says he will talk to WWE management and Rhea and that he will get back to her.

Karrion Kross cuts a promo backstage about identity and how it takes a lifetime to find out what yours is. But in three seconds it can be destroyed. He tells Shinsuke Nakamura that he has never hurt anyone a day in his life. It was the cards. He asks how do we know who we really are until it gets taken away from us. He says McIntyre got taken away his temperament. Moss had his joy taken away. Rey had his patience taken away. And now for Nakamura, they are going to take away his honor.

-Commercial Break-

The Viking Raiders vs. Braun Strowman and Ricochet

Braun and Ivar start the match. Ivar with right hands in the corner but Strowman throws him in the corner and hits him with right hands. A big right hand by Strowman as he runs to the ropes and a shoulder tackle onto Ivar. Strowman knocks Erik off the ring apron and Ivar with a right hand. He tries to throw Strowman to the ropes but Strowman grabs him and hits him with a clothesline. Ivar to the ropes but Erik makes the tag and they double team Strowman in the ring. They grab Strowman but he pushes them away and Ricochet is tagged in. Strowman grabs Ricochet and throws him towards the Viking Raiders but he misses them and Ricochet fall onto the mat. Ricochet gets up and fight both the Viking Raiders and knocks them to the outside. He runs to the ropes and a flying corkscrew over the top rope and onto the Viking Raiders on the outside of the ring.

-Commercial Break-

Back from commercial, Strowman with a shoulder tackle onto Erik. Strowman knocks Ivar off the ring apron. Strowman with a dropkick onto Erik and Erik falls to the outside of the ring. Strowman to the outside of the ring and he runs and slams into the Viking Raiders. Strowman gets on the ring apron and Valhalla distracts Strowman. Erik with a knee to the face. Ivar is tagged in and he climbs the top rope. Ivar with a splash onto Strowman as he goes for the cover but Strowman kicks out. They grab Strowman but Strowman with a double shoulder tackle. He tags Ricochet in and Ricochet with a springboard elbow onto Erik. Ricochet with a knee to the face and a kick to the face onto Ivar. Strowman is tagged in and they double team Ivar. Strowman with a big boot onto Erik, knocking him off the ring apron. Ricochet climbs the top rope and he tags himself in. Ricochet climbs onto Strowman’s shoulders and he jumps off hitting a senton onto Ivar. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winners: Braun Strowman and Ricochet

-Commercial Break-

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match – Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan (c’s) vs. Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville

Before the match, Sonya and Chelsea walk down and Chelsea is holding a water bottle. They cut a promo about how they will become the new champions. Chelsea pretends to throw water onto Liv just like she did on Raw.

The bell rings and we are under way. Liv and Chelsea start the match. Liv with a drop kick and Chelsea tags Sonya into the match. Liv with a sunset flip but Sonya kicks out. Liv with a knee to the face followed by a kick to the side of the head. Raquel is tagged in and they double team Sonya in the corner. Raquel with a shoulder tackle.

Raquel lifts Sonya on her shoulders but Sonya lands on her feet. Sonya with a chop to the left leg. Chelsea is tagged in. She goes for a kick but Raquel catches her leg and she slams Chelsea onto the mat. A waist lock take down by Raquel. She lifts Chelsea up and Liv is tagged in but Chelsea throws Raquel to the outside. Chelsea with a right hand onto Liv. Chelsea runs and goes for a suicide dive but Raquel catches her. Sonya with a knee to the face off the ring apron. Liv jumps onto Sonya and Chelsea on the outside. Liv throws Chelsea back into the ring and goes for the cover but Chelsea kicks out. Liv climbs the second rope but Sonya holds Liv. Chelsea with a Russian leg sweet off the second rope. She goes for the cover and Chelsea puts her legs on the ropes for leverage but the referee sees it. Sonya is tagged in and they land a double suplex. Sonya with right hands.

Sonya with kicks as she distracts the referee. Chelsea with right hands onto Liv. Sonya goes for the cover but Liv kicks out. Chelsea is tagged and they got for a double suplex but Liv lands on her feet and hits them with a double neck breaker. Raquel is tagged in. Raquel with uppercuts and right hands on Sonya and Chelsea.

Raquel with a clothesline onto Chelsea followed by a fall away slam. Raquel with a springboard cork screw elbow off the second rope. She goes for the cover but Sonya breaks it up. Raquel places her on the top rope and she hits her with a superplex. Liv with a drop kick onto Chelsea who gets in the ring. Liv with the backstabber onto Chelsea. Sonya with a kick onto Liv. Raquel with a kick onto Sonya and Liv is tagged in. Chelsea throws Raquel to the outside. With the referee distracted, Liv empties the water bottle onto Chelsea. She goes for the cover and Raquel pushes Liv onto Chelsea and she gets the pin.

Winners: Still WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan

Kayla is backstage with Matt Riddle. He tells her that he knows Zayn and Owens are not there tonight but they are getting ready for their big match. The last time he got in the ring with Solo, he was left buried under a table. But tonight, after their No DQ match, Solo will be the one buried under the table.

-Commercial Break-

WWE Intercontinental Championship – Gunther (c) vs. Xavier Woods

The bell rings and we are under way. Gunther goes for a chop to the chest but Woods moves out of the way. Gunther with a head lock take down but Woods gets out of it. Woods with a head lock but Gunther throws him to the ropes. Right hands by Gunther as Woods runs to the ropes but Gunther with a chop to the chest.

-Commercial Break-

Back from commercial, Gunther with chops onto Woods in the corner but Woods tries to fight back. Gunther with a big chop. He goes for the cover but Woods kicks out. Gunther with a double under hook suplex. He goes for the cover but Woods kicks out. Gunther grabs Woods but Woods with right hands and kicks. Woods with a spinning clothesline knocks Gunther down and he rolls to the outside of the ring. Woods runs to the ropes and a splash over the top rope onto Gunther. He throws Gunther back into the ring. Woods on the ring apron but Gunther with a chop to the chest. Gunther climbs the top rope but Woods kicks him down onto the mat. Woods climbs the top rope and a leg drop onto Gunther. He goes for the cover but Gunther kicks out.

Woods tries to lift Gunther up but Gunther lands on his feet and gets Woods in a sleeper. He goes for a power bomb but Woods lands on his feet. Woods slams Gunther face first onto the mat. He goes for the cover but Gunther kicks out. Woods with a kick to the side of the head. He rolls Gunther up but Gunther kicks out and gets Woods in with a sleeper as Woods passes out and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Still WWE Intercontinental Champion, Gunther

-Commercial Break-

Out come The Usos to the ring. They tell Ohio that The Bloodline is in their city. And they have been asking them since WrestleMania, how they have been feeling ever since they lost at WrestleMania. They mock Riddle by saying dude after every word. Jey says they are going to complete the mission and bring back the gold. Because they don’t look behind them, they are coming straight at them. They have a big six man match at Backlash but more importantly, next week, it’s a big rematch. But not just any kind of rematch. This is a WrestleMania main event rematch. Jey says this is the kind of rematch they will dedicate to the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns. And next week Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn will get bodied, just like how Riddle will get bodied by Solo Sikoa tonight.

-Commercial Break-

No Disqualification Match – Solo Sikoa vs. Matt Riddle

Solo is standing in the ring as Riddle’s music hits. Riddle surprises him and attacks him as the bell rings and we are under way. Riddle with right hands but Solo hits him with a clothesline. Riddle in the corner as Solo runs towards him but Riddle gets him in a triangle choke. Solo lifts Riddle up and slams him onto the mat. He goes for the cover but Riddle kicks out. Solo goes to the outside of the ring and throws kendo sticks and steel chairs into the ring. Solo hits Riddle with a kendo stick. Solo throws Riddle to the outside of the ring. Riddle hits Solo with a kendo as he was on the ring apron. Riddle grabs a table from under the ring but Solo with a right hand. Solo places the table back under the ring. He lifts Riddle up but Riddle with a kick to the face and he throws Solo into the ring steps. Riddle jumps off the ring steps and hits Solo with an elbow.

-Commercial Break-

Back from commercial, Solo with the Samoan drop in the middle of the ring. He goes for the cover but Riddle kicks out. Solo gets Riddle in the corner and he places a chair in between Riddle’s head and neck. Solo backs up and runs towards Riddle but Riddle throws the chair at him. Solo runs towards Riddle but Riddle moves out of the way and slams into a chair which was placed in between the ropes. Riddle hits Solo with a kendo stick and a steel chair. He goes for the cover but Solo kicks out. Riddle places two chairs in the middle of the ring and he slams Solo through the two chairs. He goes for the cover but Solo kicks out. Riddle places several chairs on top of Solo and he climbs the top rope. Solo rolls to the outside of the ring.

Riddle on the ring apron as he goes for the running knee but Solo trips him up. Solo throws Riddle over the announce table. He tries to flip the table over but Riddle pushes back with his legs. Solo and Riddle get on the announce table and Riddle hits him with a knee to the face. Riddle flips the table over onto Solo. The Usos jump the barricade and attack Riddle on the outside. They throw Riddle back into the ring. Riddle throws them both to the outside. Riddle jumps off the second rope onto The Usos. Solo flips the table back and gets to his feet. Riddle jumps off the ring steps but Solo catches him and slams him onto the ring apron. Riddle rolls into the ring. Solo goes for the Samoan Spike but Riddle ducks and hits him with a knee. Riddle runs to the ropes but Solo hits him with the Samoan Spike. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winner: Solo Sikoa

The Usos grab a table from under the ring and place it in the ring. They hit Riddle with the 1D through the table. The Bloodline stand in the middle of the ring and celebrate.

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IMPACT Wrestling 04 20 2023 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/results/tna/tna-impact-results/impact-wrestling-2023/impact-wrestling-04-20-2023/ Sun, 23 Apr 2023 15:48:52 +0000 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=202576 IMPACT results for Thursday 4/20 are courtesy of impactwrestling.com. Time Machine (Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley & KUSHIDA) vs X-Division Champion Trey Miguel, Jonathan Gresham & Mike Bailey After competing against each other for the X-Division Title this past Sunday, Trey Miguel, Jonathan Gresham and Mike Bailey must now join forces to battle Time Machine! KUSHIDA […]]]>

IMPACT results for Thursday 4/20 are courtesy of impactwrestling.com.

Time Machine (Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley & KUSHIDA) vs X-Division Champion Trey Miguel, Jonathan Gresham & Mike Bailey

After competing against each other for the X-Division Title this past Sunday, Trey Miguel, Jonathan Gresham and Mike Bailey must now join forces to battle Time Machine! KUSHIDA targets the arm of Miguel as he sets up for Hoverboard Lock. Sabin hits Bailey with a bulldog, followed by a kick from KUSHIDA. Sabin continues the assaults with a running dropkick as it appears that Miguel, Gresham and Bailey are not on the same page. Bailey creates some much-needed separation with a kick to Shelley but Time Machine quickly regains control with a double team cutter. Sabin dives through the ropes, taking out both Gresham and Bailey on the floor. Gresham hits a springboard Moonsault to KUSHIDA, followed by a German suplex for two. Sabin inadvertently kicks Shelley on the apron, their second misfire in less than a week. Now it’s Miguel’s turn to dive as he collides with Sabin and Shelley on the outside. Bailey soars with a springboard Moonsault, wiping out everyone. KUSHIDA locks in the Hoverboard Lock on Miguel but he makes it to the bottom rope. Sabin sends Bailey flying with a top rope German suplex. Miguel and Gresham argue over who Bailey should tag into the match. Bailey delivers Ultima Weapon to the back of Sabin. All three members of Time Machine get their offense in on Miguel. Sabin connects with the Cradle Shock to score the victory.

Time Machine (Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley & KUSHIDA) def X-Division Champion Trey Miguel, Jonathan Gresham & Mike Bailey

Gia Miller interviews Santino Marella following his triumphant in-ring return at Rebellion. Marella says that he may compete from time to time but his main role will continue to be IMPACT Wrestling’s Director of Authority. Alisha Edwards interrupts and demands that Marella does something about PCO putting her husband in a casket last Sunday. Marella tells Alisha that she has a match and it’s next. Zicky Dice has another opponent for Johnny Swinger’s quest to 50 wins. Dice offers to cover his pay and Marella begrudgingly accepts.

After once again becoming Knockouts World Champion at Rebellion, Deonna Purrazzo has ushered in a new Age of the Virtuosa.

Alisha Edwards vs Tara Rising

Edwards puts her new-found aggression on display as she tosses Tara by her hair. Tara tries to fight but but that only angers Alisha. Tara gets sent to the outside, then driven into the hardest part of the ring. Alisha connects with a Facebuster to score the dominant victory.

Alisha Edwards def Tara Rising

After the match, Alisha continues the assault until Jody Threat makes the save and sends her retreating up the ramp.

Backstage, Jody Threat tells Tara Rising that she hates when people are taken advantage of. Threat is going to make sure that Alisha Edwards gets what she deserves.

Moose w/ Brian Myers vs Yuya Uemura w/ Bhupinder Gujjar

Hardcore War may be over but the battle rages on as Yuya Uemura steps up to Moose! Uemura goes for a slingshot crossbody but Myers sacrifices himself for Moose. Moments later, Moose gains control with a powerbomb into the side of the apron. Back in the ring, Moose slaps Uemura and that fires him up. Uemura fights back with a flurry of strikes. Myers trips up Uemura on the apron, allowing Moose to regain control with a pump kick. Moose sends him crashing into the steel ring post. Uemura makes it back into the ring at the referee’s count of 6. Uemura takes Moose off his feet with a running dropkick, followed by a bulldog out of the corner. Uemura picks him off the top with an overhead suplex and almost scores the pinfall. Uemura has Moose beat with his signature crossbody but Myers distracts the referee. Gujjar attacks Myers at ringside but the distraction allows Moose to capitalize with a Spear for three.

Moose w/ Brian Myers def Yuya Uemura w/ Bhupinder Gujjar

Jimmy Jacobs interviews Nick Aldis, who made his shocking return to IMPACT Wrestling this past Sunday at Rebellion. Aldis is thrilled to be back to where it all began for him but says that the first time he won the IMPACT World Title, he wasn’t even close to reaching his full potential. Now Aldis is back and better than ever, and his sights are firmly set on the IMPACT World Champion, Steve Maclin.

Before the next match begins, John Skyler complains about Frankie Kazarian assaulting them during Hardcore War when they weren’t even competitors in the match. Of course, it was The Good Hands who initially got involved on their own accord.

The Good Hands (John Skyler & Jason Hotch) vs Frankie Kazarian (2-on-1 Handicap Match)

Skyler opens the ropes as Kazarian is charging towards them, causing him to crash to the floor. Hotch dives through the ropes, taking him out with a burst of speed. Skyler nearly puts Kazarian away following an impressive suplex from Hotch. Kazarian locks in a Figure Four on Hotch while rolling up Skyler for two. Skyler inadvertently collides with own partner. Kazarian takes out Hotch with the slingshot cutter, then traps Skyler in the Chicken Wing to win by submission.

Frankie Kazarian def The Good Hands (John Skyler & Jason Hotch) – (2-on-1 Handicap Match)

The dawning of the Age of Aquarius is upon us as Knockouts World Tag Team Champions The Coven target new Knockouts World Champion Deonna Purrazzo.

Sami Callihan reveals that he never had any intention of joining The Design. After making an example out of them at Rebellion, Callihan vows to destroy each and every member of the group.

Digital Media Champion Joe Hendry vs Sheldon Jean – Digital Media Championship

Former Big Brother Canada contestant Sheldon Jean has a chance to win IMPACT gold for the very first time as he challenges Digital Media Champion Joe Hendry! Jean rakes the eyes to escape a suplex attempt. Jean pummels Hendry with a series of fists and has him reeling in the corner. Hendry turns the tide with a running cutter. Jean counters the Standing Ovation into a forearm shot. Hendry successfully hits the Standing Ovation to win.

Digital Media Champion Joe Hendry def Sheldon Jean – Digital Media Championship

Steve Maclin’s Changing of the Guard Ceremony

New IMPACT World Champion Steve Maclin is in the ring as he celebrates a Changing of the Guard in IMPACT Wrestling. Maclin is accompanied by security guards donning camouflaged attire. Maclin has requested that nobody be present at ringside during the ceremony. Maclin says that despite capturing the IMPACT World Title at Rebellion, his mission is not complete. His goal was to defeat Josh Alexander, the longest-reigning IMPACT World Champion of all time, in his home country of Canada. In order to rectify that, Maclin lays out an open challenge to anyone who wants a shot at his title – as long as they’re Canadian. IMPACT President Scott D’Amore interrupts and accuses Maclin of ducking Nick Aldis. D’Amore reminds us that Maclin waited until his back was turned to hit him with the championship at Rebellion. D’Amore stands up for his country and says that he has the perfect Canadian to challenge him for the IMPACT World Title at Under Siege – Perfect Creation One. PCO makes his way to the ring and attacks Maclin’s security. PCO begins to fall victim to the numbers game when he breaks free and brawls with Maclin. PCO is about to make a statement when Maclin escapes his wrath and retreats up the ramp. Instead, PCO drives two members of security through a table.

IMPACT goes off the air.

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Ultra Violette https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/profile/ultra-violette/ Fri, 21 Apr 2023 19:42:39 +0000 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?post_type=profile&p=202559 Title History WOW women’s title winning a 3-way match (December 14, 2019); HOG women’s title defeating Natalia Markova (September 24, 2022); Career Highlights December 17, 2016 – HOG: Violette defeated Sonya Strong. February 18, 2017 – HOG: Big Daddy Cruz and Sonya Strong defeated Sasha Jenkins and Violette. April 22, 2017 – HOG: Sonya Strong […]]]>

Title History

  • WOW women’s title winning a 3-way match (December 14, 2019);
  • HOG women’s title defeating Natalia Markova (September 24, 2022);

Career Highlights

  • December 17, 2016 – HOG: Violette defeated Sonya Strong.
  • February 18, 2017 – HOG: Big Daddy Cruz and Sonya Strong defeated Sasha Jenkins and Violette.
  • April 22, 2017 – HOG: Sonya Strong and Willow Nightingale defeated Sumie Sakai and Violette.
  • May 27, 2017 – HOG: Violette defeated Sonya Strong.
  • August 18, 2017 – HOG: Sonya Strong defeated Violette in a street fight. Jessicka Havok and Sonya Strong defeated Shee and Violette.
  • September 21, 2018 – HOG: Violette defeated Tasha Steelz.
  • October 5, 2018 – HOG: Violette defeated Katred.
  • October 20, 2018 – PPW: Violette defeated Allie Recks.
  • December 30, 2018 – WWR+ Tournament for Tomorrow: LuFisto and Trixie Tash defeated Sonya Strong and Violette.
  • March 23, 2019 – WSU: Violette defeated Angel Sinclair.
  • April 5, 2019 – Stardom USA: JAN (Jungle Kyona and Natsuko Tora) defeated Sonya Strong and Violette.
  • April 6, 2019 – HOG: Kris Statlander and Nikki Addams defeated Sonya Strong and Violette.
  • April 13, 2019 – VPW: Eris Rayne defeated The Ultra Violette.
  • April 26, 2019 – WSU: Violette defeated Shazza McKenzie.
  • April 27, 2019 – WSU: Violette defeated Veda Scott.
  • May 4, 2019 – WOW: Violette defeated Gemma Cross.
  • May 5, 2019 – HOG/Impact Wrestling Code Red: Tessa Blanchard and Violette defeated Scarlett Bordeaux and Sonya Strong.
  • June 29, 2019 – IWW: Ultra Violette defeated Damaris Dawkins.
  • June 30, 2019 – WWR: Sonya Strong defeated Ultra Violette.
  • July 13, 2019 – WOW: Nikki Addams defeated Ultra Violette to retain the women’s title.
  • July 20, 2019 – PPW: Adena Steele, Brad DeMaio and Ty Thomas defeated Joey Silver, Leviathan and Ultra Violette.
  • July 28, 2019 – FEST: Ultra Violette defeated Aria Blake, Harlow O’Hara and Shotzi Blackheart in a 4-way match.
  • August 3, 2019 – WSU: Violette defeated Kris Statlander by disqualification. Stalander retains the Spirit title.
  • August 9, 2019 – HOG: Violette defeated Masha Slamovich.
  • August 10, 2019 – PPW: Adena Steele defeated Ultra Violette.
  • August 17, 2019 – VPW: Eris Rayne and Violette defeated Jayel Cotto and Karen BamBam.
  • August 23, 2019 – WOW: Nikki Addams defeated Sonya Strong and Violette in a 3-way match to retain the women’s title.
  • September 7, 2019 – WSU: Delmi Exo and Kasey Catal defeated Bad Company (Masha Slamovich and Violette) to retain the tag team titles.
  • September 26, 2019 – NYWC/Outlaw Wrestling: Ray Lyn defeated Ultra Violette.
  • October 18, 2019 – WSU: Ariela Nyx vs. Ultra Violette ended in a no contest.
  • October 26, 2019 – VPW: Karen BamBam defeated Ultra Violette.
  • November 3, 2019 – FEST: Effy defeated Barrington Hughes, Beastly and Ultra Violette in a 4-way 1st round match.
  • November 16, 2019 – WOW: Jordynne Grace and JustNeph defeated Abdul Nasir and Violette.
  • December 7, 2019 – HOG: Violette defeated Tasha Steelz.
  • December 14, 2019 – WOW 12th Anniversary Show: Ultra Violette defeated Nikki Addams and Masha Slamovich in a 3-way match to win the women’s title.
  • January 4, 2020 – BCP: Team Sea Stars (Ashley Vox and Delmi Exo) defeated The Bad Company (Masha Slamovich and Ultra Violette) in the 1st round of the tag team titles tournament.
  • January 18, 2020 – WOW: Melina defeated Ultra Violette to win the women’s title.
  • January 25, 2020 – PPW: Adena Steele and Dani Mo defeated Christina Marie and Ultra Violette.
  • November 12, 2021 – HOG: The Ultra Violette defeated Ivelisse.
  • January 14, 2022 – HOG: The Ultra Violette defeated Santana Garrett in the 1st round. Natalia Markova defeated The Ultra Violette in the semi-finals of the women’s title tournament.
  • February 12, 2022 – HOG: The Ultra Violette defeated Willow Nightingale.
  • April 2, 2022 – MEW/GIW: Chantal defeated Ultra Violette and Vanity in a 3-way match to become #1 contender for the MEW women’s title.
  • August 28, 2022 – HOG: The Ultra Violette defeated ??? and Badlands August and Ben Ruten and Big Daddy Cruz and Chris Urban and Corey Mac and Max Capacity and Michael Fain and Smiley to win the Matt Travis Memorial battle royal.
  • September 24, 2022 – HOG: Ultra Violette defeated Natalia Markova to win the women’s title.
  • October 15, 2022 – CCW: Ultra Violette defeated Christina Marie.
  • October 29, 2022 – HOG: Ultra Violette defeated Janai Kai to retain the women’s title.
  • November 12, 2022 – CCW: Ultra Violette defeated Christina Marie by disqualification.
  • December 17, 2022 – HOG: Ultra Violette defeated Masha Slamovich to retain the women’s title.
  • January 14, 2023 – CCW: Christina Marie defeated Ultra Violette in a Submission Or Knockout match.
  • February 3, 2023 – HOG: Ultra Violette defeated Viva Van to retain the women’s title.
  • February 4, 2023 – CCW: Ultra Violette defeated Sumie Sakai.
  • February 11, 2023 – MPW: MJ Santana defeated Ultra Violette.
  • February 14, 2023 – AEW Dark # 183 (Taped): Diamante defeated Ultra Violette.
  • February 26, 2023 – ETU: B3CCA defeated Ultra Violette.
  • March 10, 2023 – HOG: Ultra Violette defeated Max The Impaler to retain the women’s title.
  • March 11, 2023 – CCW: Christina Marie defeated Brittany Blake and Brooke Valentine and JC Storm and Kaitlyn Marie and Nikii Duke and Paris Van Dale and Sammi Chaos and Shannon LeVangie and Trish Adora and Ultra Violette in a battle royal. Nikii Duke and Ultra Violette defeated Kaitlyn Marie and Sammi Chaos.
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IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion 2023 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/results/tna/tna-impact-results/impact-wrestling-2023/impact-wrestling-rebellion-2023/ Thu, 20 Apr 2023 19:39:53 +0000 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=202540 IMPACT Rebellion Results April 16, 2023 Rebel Entertainment Complex (Toronto, Canada) Results by: Jerome Wilen of Wrestleview.com We open up with a video package hyping tonight’s show. Tom Hannifan and Matthew Rehwoldt welcome us to the sold-out Rebel Entertainment Complex in Toronto, Canada. The set up in the venue looks really great. The lighting looks […]]]>

IMPACT Rebellion Results
April 16, 2023
Rebel Entertainment Complex (Toronto, Canada)
Results by: Jerome Wilen of Wrestleview.com

We open up with a video package hyping tonight’s show.

Tom Hannifan and Matthew Rehwoldt welcome us to the sold-out Rebel Entertainment Complex in Toronto, Canada. The set up in the venue looks really great. The lighting looks good and the crowd is hot!

Ultimate X for the IMPACT World Tag Team Championship Match: The Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley) vs. Ace Austin and Chris Bey (c)

The bell rings and here we go. MCMG have both Bey and Austin the corner and they are stomping away. Austin and Bey recover and take out the MCMG. Ace drops Sabin with a Russian leg sweep. Shelley is down and he is begging Austin and Bey not to hit him. Austin slaps Shelley with a chop to the chest. Austin and Bey leap over the top and land on Shelley who is on the outside. Bey attempted to climb the cable, but was pulled down by Sabin. Austin is up on the tress trying to climb, but Shelley pulls him down. Sabin grabs Austin and then Shelley kicks Austin in the mid-section. On the outside, Shelley and Bey are on the outside. Austin climbs on the truss as Sabin climbs up and rams Austin’s arm through the truss. Shelley has Bey locked up in a figure four as Austin breaks it up. Bey and Austin double team Shelley, but he takes them both down with a double clothesline. Sabin was on the cable, but pulled down by Bey. Everyone is down. Shelley kicks Shelley in the chest, but Shelley challenges Bey, who then drops Shelley with a huge DDT. Bey and Shelley are up on the truss and then both drop to the mat. Austin takes out Shelley and then lands a huge kick to Sabin’s face. Austin then leaps over the top and takes out the MCMG on the floor and the fans go crazy! Bey then stomps on Sabin’s back as Austin climbs the truss and is hanging on the cable and crawls to the middle, but loses his grip and falls hard to the mat.

Everyone is down. All four members are up and start to climb as they are in the center holding on. All four men lose grips and fall to the mat. Bey and Austin double kick the MCMG’s. Austin sends Bey up on the cables. Bey has one title and is trying to unhook them. Bay gets on title and then drops the other title as Austin catches it to retain.

WINNERS AND STILL IMPACT WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: ACE AUSTIN AND CHRIS BEY (c)

We go to a vignette with Steve Maclin says being in Canada sucks and the whole situation sucks. He says he spend one year studying Josh Alexander. He said he came from a dirt hole in Afghanistan. He said you are looking at the next IMPACT World Champion.

Video package airs of The Design with Sami Callihan and the steps he has to go through to join the faction.

Hendry grabs a mic and hypes up the match and makes fun of Deaner. Hendry says he is in the building. Hendry introduces Santino Marella who is stepping back into the wrestling ring for the first time in nine years.

The Design vs. Director of Authority Santino Marella, Dirty Dango and Impact Digital Media Champion Joe Hendry

Dango and Angels start things off. Dango has Angels locked up. Dango tags in Marella to a big ovation. Marella takes down Angels with an arm drag. Marella tries to hit Angels with the cobra as the fans begin to chant “Cobra.” Marella goes after Deaner who enters the ring, then is taken out from behind by Angels. Angels then stomps on Marella and puts him in a headlock and directs it to Marella’s son Marco who is at ringside. Marella counters and then dumps Angels and makes a tag to Hendry who then takes out Deaner who is tagged in. Hendry then picks up Callihan and drops him. Kon comes in as Hendry has him up, but is met by a kick from Angels. Deaner is tagged in and takes down Hendry. Hendry recovers and takes down Deaner. Hendry tags in Dango who drops Callihan after he was tagged in.

Kon tries to interfere, but Dango fights him off, but the numbers game is too much as Kon is tagged in. Kon picks up Dango and drops him down hard on the mat. Kon nails Dango with a huge elbow to the face. Dango is in the corner of The Design and they all stomp on Dango. Angels is tagged in and Dango is kept to the corner of The Design. Angels cheap shots Dango as Marella is tagged in and he takes down Deaner, but is clobbered from behind by Kon. Dango is back in but is hit with a sliced bread by Angels. Callihan then comes in and takes down Hendry. Dango flips over the top rope and takes out Callihan and Angels who were on the outside. Callihan and Deaner are in the ring, as Deaner gets a bat and hands the bat to Callihan and wants him to hit Marella who is down. Callihan looks like he is going to hit Marella, but instead nails Deaner as he walks off! The crowd goes wild! Marella gets up as Deaner is down. Marella pulls out the cobra sock and nails Deaner and covers him as the ref comes in from the outside to count 1, 2, 3!

WINNERS BY PINFALL: SANTINO MARELLA, DIRTY DANGO AND IMPACT DIGITAL MEDIA CHAMPION JOE HENDRY

We got to a backstage interview with Gia Miller talking with Team Dreamer. Tommy talks about his mom having a brain bleed during Easter weekend. He said that his mom can’t watch him tonight. He says that Frankie Kazarian is going through the same thing with his family. Tommy says he standing with a group of people he wants to be around and says that it’s about creating moments. He said that after tonight he going away for awhile and thanks everyone for supporting him, says that tonight the this war ends and then walks off.

Last Rites Match: PCO vs. Eddie Edwards

The bells ring and here we go and PCO launches himself at Edwards who is on the outside. Edwards headbutts PCO, but PCO comes back with huge chops and then tosses Edwards in the ring who then leaps through the ropes and crushes PCO into the barricade. Edwards then hits PCO with huge chops. The action goes into the ring as Edwards hits PCO with chops and slaps to the face, but it has no effect on PCO. Edwards charges at PCO and then hits him with and elbow, which has no effect on PCO. Edwards then tries to drop PCO, but he counters and drops Edwards on the back of his neck as the fans start to chant PCO.

PCO has Edwards on the apron and then climbs to the top and drops himself onto Edwards and hits the floor, but gets back up! PCO pushes Edwards back in the ring and then tosses Edwards out of the ring as he hits the casket. Edwards nails PCO in the shoulder as he holds it in pain as it looks like PCO dislocated his shoulder for real. The fans begin to chant Boston sucks – directed at Edwards. PCO gets back up to his feet and then goes to the outside and puts his shoulder back in place by slamming it against the ring post. PCO then enters back in the ring and tells Edwards to bring it as Edwards chop the heck out PCO’s chest! Both men exchange slaps to the face. Edwards covers his face. Edwards then picks up PCO and drops him with a buckle bomb, but PCO is up and hits Edwards with a reverse DDT! PCO climbs to the top and hits Edwards with a huge moonsault! PCO picks up Edwards and is dumped on the ramp by the casket, but Edwards falls to the floor to boos. PCO then does a flip onto Edwards from the ramp. The ref opens the caskets, but Edwards kicks PCO, but Edwards is choke slammed on the ramp. PCO is up on the ring apron and slams Edwards head multiple times on the casket. Edwards is down as he finds enough to kick PCO in the head as PCO drops to the floor. Edwards picks up PCO and is trying to put PCO in the casket, but PCO fights back as both men battle on the stage area. Edwards grabs the kendo stick and hits PCO in the head and then smashes PCO’s head in the corner of the casket as he is split open. Edwards gets PCO in the casket, but he blocks the lid from being shut with his arm. Alisha hits PCO from behind with a shovel, but it has no effect. Edwards then attempts to kicks PCO, but he ducks and hits Alisha instead. PCO then choke slams Edwards into the casket and shuts the lid.

WINNER: PCO

We to a failed backstage segment with an interview attempt with Trey Miguel, but it was cut off due to audio issues on IMPACT’s end.

The owners of Anthem Sports and Entertainment are shown at ringside (front row) with Scott D’Amore.

Triple Threat Elimination Match for the IMPACT X-Division Championship: Mike Bailey vs. Jonathan Gresham vs. Trey Miguel (c)

The bell rings and here we go! All three men attempt to lock up. All men are tied up like a knot as all holds are broken. Miguel kicks Gresham, but then Gresham and Bailey work together to take down Miguel. Bailey and Gresham lock up as Miguel is on the outside watching. Both Gresham and Bailey see that Miguel attempts to take them out with a leap, but his met with a kick by both men. Miguel takes down Bailey and sends him to the outside. Miguel locks up Gresham, but breaks it to kick Bailey who tries to enter back into the ring. Miguel and Gresham are locked up. Bailey recovers and hits Gresham and then nails Miguel with kicks and covers him for the three, but only gets a two count! Bailey drops Miguel on his neck and then locks up Gresham in a figure four leg lock, but its broken up by Miguel. Bailey and Gresham exchange blows and Bailey then kicks Miguel and continues to hit Gresham with elbows. Bailey is taken down and Gresham works on Miguel and then nails Bailey as he comes back into the ring. Bailey then takes Gresham out who is down. Miguel then is taken down by Bailey and both men go to the outside. Both Miguel and Bailey climb back into the ring as Gresham is back up. Miguel hits a cutter on Bailey on the floor!

Miguel then leaps up and hits Gresham with a cutter in the middle of the ring! He covers Gresham for the three count, but Gresham kicks out! Bailey then comes back in and hits Miguel as Gresham grabs Bailey and has him in a figure four. Miguel then leaps from the top rope and stomps on the chest of Gresham and covers him for the pin to eliminate him.

Bailey now has Miguel in figure four leg lock, but its reversed by Miguel as both men are exchanging blows as the figure four is still locked in. The hold is broken as Bailey gets up limping. Miguel tells Bailey to bring it as they both exchange huge chops to the chest. Miguel and Bailey now exchange kicks and Bailey takes down MIguel with a huge kick. Bailey covers Miguel, but only gets a two count. Both men spill to the floor. Bailey tosses Miguel back into the ring as Bailey is on top rope and attempts a flip onto Miguel who moves out of the way. Miguel then rolls up Bailey and grabs a handful of tights to get the win as the ref didn’t see it.

WINNER AND STILL X-DIVISION CHAMPION: TREY MIGUEL

Hardcore War: Team Dreamer (Tommy Dreamer, Frankie Kazarian, Yuya Uemura, Killer Kelly, Bhupinder Gujjar) vs. Team Bully (Bully Ray, Kenny King, Moose, Brian Myers, Masha Slamovich)

Moose and Kazarian start things off. Moose hits Kazarian with a trash can. Moose is on the outside and Kazarian leaps over the top and drops Moose to the floor. There are tables set up on the outside. Kazarian takes Moose out and then rolls him back in the ring. Kazarian hits Moose in the mid-section and then follows up with a slingshot DDT. Kazarian drops Moose back down with a leg drop. As Kazarian attempts to hit Moose with a trash can, Moose kicks it into the face of Kazarian. Moose is then tossed into the corner. Brian Myers is in next. Kazarian takes out both Moose and Myers. Myers trips up Kazarian and Moose follows up with a leg drop to the back of the neck of Kazarian. Myers sets up the tables. As Myers and Moose try to suplex Kazarian, but Guijer comes in and saves Kazarian. He takes out Moose and begins to work on Myers with kicks and punches. Guijer has a cheese grader and grades the forehead of Myers who rolls to the outside. Kazarian hits Moose over the head with a trash can lid. Kenny King comes out next. He has a trash can lid in his hand, but it quickly taken out by Guijer. King recovers and takes out Kazarian and Guijer. King sets up a table between the ring apron and barricade. Killer Kelly comes out next. She steps in the face of King who picks her up, but Kelly has staple gun and staples King’s forehead. Kelly low blows moose and then cheese grades her own head. Why? Masha Slamovich who comes in and hits Kelly in the head with a chair. Myers has Kelly and Kazarian has Slamovich. Both men toss the women to the outside! Yuya Uemura comes out next. He quickly goes after Myers with a series of kicks and then drops him down. Uemura drops Myers with a belly to belly. Kelly is back in the ring. Bully Ray is out next and he has a table in his hands. Kazarian, Kelly, Uemera are in the ring and distracted as team Bully takes out Team Dreamer. Kelly is being held by Team Bully as Bully trash talks her with a chain in his hand. The clocks counts down as Tommy Dreamer comes out. He takes out Myers with a kendo stick and then nails Moose with a kendo sticks in the back of the leg. Bully has Kelly locked up, but she bites Bully Ray’s arm as Dreamer then hits Bully Ray with the kendo stick to the mid-section. Myers then comes back in the ring and chokes out Dreamer. All ten wrestlers are in the ring and have each other locked up in submission holds. Slamovich and Kelly get out of the holds and take out each team with chairs. Kelly has a chair set up and drops Slamovich with a death valley driver onto the chair. Kelly covers Slamovich, but she kicks out at two! Bully Ray thumbs Dreamer in the eyes. Myers drops Uemuera. Kelly has King in a killer clutch, but Slamovich takes out Kelly from behind and then covers her but only gets a two count!

Dreamer and Slamovich are face-to-face. Dreamer picks up Slamovich and hits her with a piledriver. The Good Hands tag team come in to interfere, but its not DQ. Dreamer fights them off. Kazarian brings in a ladder and sets it up in the ring. There are bodies all over the floor. Guijer is sent through a table by Myers. The Good Hands are in the ring who have Kelly on the apron. Kelly fights them off. Kazarian drops one of the Good Hands tag team through a table. In the ring, Bully Ray hits Dreamer with a low-blow. Dreamer’s is set up on the table as he tells the refs to hold the ladder as he tries to climb it. He puts his hand on the refs, but they fight back. Dreamer then drops Bully Ray with a Dreamer driver for the three, but Bully kicks out at two. As Dreamer climbs the ladder, the refs hold it as Bully is on the table. Dreamer leaps down and drops on Bully and gets the three count!

WINNER BY PINFALL: TEAM DREAMER

We go to a video package hyping up the World Title Match. Nick Aldis is introduced as the guest commentator for the title match as the fans are stunned. Aldis announces the deal is done and that he is back in IMPACT Wrestling.

Vacant IMPACT World Championship Match: Kushida vs. Steve Maclin

The bell rings and Kushida goes right after Maclin with a kick, but Maclin gets away from the hoverboard lock. Maclin grabs the Canadian flag and tosses it. Maclin is back in the ring as the fans chant Jersey sucks, directed at Maclin who is from New Jersey. Maclin is down on the mat as Kushida has him locked up. Maclin gets out of the hold, but Kushida locks up Maclin again in a headlock and has him down on the mat. Maclin gets to his feet, but Kushida is still holding on and drops Maclin down. Both men are up as the hold is broken. Maclin goes for the legs of Kushida, but he counters and Kushida is attempting a hoverboard lock. Maclin breaks the hold, but Kushida comes back. Maclin counters and grabs the hair of Kushida and nails him with an elbow to the face.

Maclin continues to work on Kushida with stomps to the face. Maclin then picks up Kushida and drops him with a backbreaker. Maclin covers Kushida, but only gets a two count. Maclin goes to the outside and twists Kushida around the ring posts. Maclin then turns to Aldis and jaws at him a bit. Kushida tries to fight back but it met with a suplex on the floor by Maclin. Maclin then goes into the ring and comes out to break the ten count. He then flips off the crowd. Maclin then drops Kushida again on the floor. Maclin rolls Kushida back in the ring and covers him, but Kushida kicks out at two. Maclin then picks up Kushida and drops him with an Olympic slam and covers him, but Kushida kicks out at two. Maclin follows up with a forearm smash on Kushida and covers him, but Kushida gets the shoulder up at two! Maclin has Kushida in choke hold, but Kushida fights back with springboard on Maclin. Kushida then kicks Maclin in the face and then kicks him again in the left elbow. Kushida then drops Maclin with an elbow. Kushida drops Maclin with a fisherman’s buster, but Maclin kicks out at two! Kushida goes to the top, but Maclin comes back and drops him. Maclin then tries to nail Kushida, who moves out of the way and rams his shoulder into the ring post. Both men are on the entrance ramp. Kushida takes out Maclin with a kick and runs up the ramp and back and kicks Maclin in the arm with a running kick. Both men are back in the ring. Maclin drops Kushida as both men are down. Maclin picks up Kushida and drops him with a buckle bomb! Maclin then picks up Kushida and drops him with a huge powerbomb and covers him, but Kushida kicks out at two! Maclin is on the top rope, but Kushida who recovers takes out Maclin with a kick and then has Maclin locked up in an armbar, but Maclin rolls to arpon to break the count. On the outside, Kushida drops Maclin’s head on the corner of the French commentary table. Both men are now back in the ring. Maclin picks up Kushida and drops him with a KIA. Maclin covers Kushida – 1, 2 – NO! Kushida kicks out! Maclin climbs to the top rope as Kushida is down. Maclin flies off the top rope as Kushida locks in the hoverboard lock, but Maclin is able to elbow Kushida to break the hold. Maclin picks up Kushida who locks in the hoverboard again, but Maclin is able to get up and dump Kushida. Kushida comes back again with a hoverboard lock, but Maclin counters and drops Kushida with the KIA and covers Kushida – 1 – 2 -3 NEW CHAMPION!

WINNER AND NEW IMPACT WORLD CHAMPION: STEVE MACLIN

Post-Match: Maclin grabs a mic and says the ref is not the man that hands him title. He demands that Scott D’Amore hand him the title, because D’Amore said he would hand the title to Maclin if defeated Kushida. D’Amore comes in and demands that D’Amore strap it around his waste. D’Amore hands Maclin the title and Maclin grabs it and then nails D’Amore from behind as he was going to exit the ring. Aldis enters the ring and gets in the face of Maclin who wants no part of Aldis and then walks out and trash talks Aldis from the ramp area.

We go to a video package hyping up the Knockouts Title Match.

Vacant IMPACT Knockouts World Championship Match: Deonna Purrazzo vs. Jordynne Grace

The bell rings and we are off. Both women shake hands as a sign of respect. Grace locks up with Purrazzo. Grace takes down Purrazzo with a headlock. Both women are back up. Grace chops Purrazzo in the corner. Purrazzo grabs Grace’s left arm and pulls on it. Purrazzo continues to hang on to the arm of Grace. Grace comes back with offense, but Purrazzo grabs the arm again. Grace breaks the hold. Purrazzo takes Grace down with an armbar. Purrazzo then kicks Grace in head as she gets back up. Purrazzo then hits a standing moonsault on Grace and covers her, but Grace kicks out at two! Both women are on the apron. Grace headbutts Purrazzo off the apron. Grace then runs through the ropes and nails Purrazzo agains the barricade. Grace then drops Purrazzo with a jackhammer on the floor. Grace tosses Purrazzo back in the ring. Grace picks up Purrazzo and drops her with a scoop slam. Purrazzo is in the corner as Grace nails her in the mid-section. Grace then covers Purrazzo, but only for a two count. Grace then picks up Purrazzo with a stalling suplex as the fans count to 20 as Grace then drops Purrazzo. Grace makes the cover, but Purrazzo gets the shoulder up at two!

Purrazzo comes back with an elbow on Grace and grabs her arm, but Grace fights back with forearms onto Purrazzo. Purrazzo puts her armbar finisher on Grace, but Grace is able to roll out of it. Grace has Purrazzo up as both women are on the ramp as Purrazzo kicks Grace’s arm and hits Grace with moonsault from the ramp to the outside. Purrazzo attempts to pick up Grace, but she counters. Purrazzo then fights back with an armbar lock, but Grace counters and gets out of the hold. Grace then picks up Purrazzo and drops her down. Grace covers Purrazzo, but Purrazzo kicks out at two! Grace attempts a Grace Driver, but Purrazzo counters it and attempts a a leg lock, but Grace kicks Purrazzo in the face. Grace comes back and has Purrazzo in submission headlock. Purrazzo rolls out of it as both women get up and their heads collide, as both women drop to the mat as the ref begins the the ten count. Both women are up (I didn’t catch at when in the count). Grace hits Purrazzo with open palm strikes, but Purrazzo fights back and has her Fujiwara armbar submission hold on Grace! Grace is able to get to the bottom rope to break the hold. Both women are up. Grace is holding onto the top rope as Grace comes drops Purrazzo with a spinebuster and cover her – 1 – 2 – NO! Purrazzo kicks out! Grace then comes back with blows on Purrazzo. Grace then picks up Purrazzo and drops her with a huge Grace Driver! Grace covers Purrazzo – 1 – 2 – NO! Purrazzo kicks out! Both women are on the top rope. Purrazzo is fighting with everything she has and drops Grace with a Queens Gambit and covers Grace to get the pin!

WINNER AND NEW IMPACT KNOCKOUTS WORLD CHAMPION

After the match, Purrazzo shows respect to Grace as they embrace. Grace leaves the ring as Purrazzo celebrates in the ring. The show then goes off the air.

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IMPACT Wrestling 04 13 2023 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/results/tna/tna-impact-results/impact-wrestling-2023/impact-wrestling-04-13-2023/ Thu, 20 Apr 2023 19:27:40 +0000 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=202538 Thursday night’s episode of IMPACT Wrestling on AXS TV was the final show before this Sunday’s Rebellion PPV. IMPACT! on AXS TV Results: April 13, 2023 Results / April 13, 2023 / by IMPACT Wrestling Staff Stream this episode of IMPACT! on-demand The action begins Before the IMPACT with an exclusive match. Johnny Swinger w/ Zicky […]]]>

Thursday night’s episode of IMPACT Wrestling on AXS TV was the final show before this Sunday’s Rebellion PPV.

IMPACT! on AXS TV Results: April 13, 2023

Results / April 13, 2023 / by IMPACT Wrestling Staff

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The action begins Before the IMPACT with an exclusive match.

Johnny Swinger w/ Zicky Dice vs El Reverso

Swinger looks to jumpstart his road to 50 wins tonight! The crowd shows their support for one of Windsor’s hometown heroes, El Reverso. Swinger delivers a cheap shot during the test of strength. Reverso quickens the pace with a dropkick off the second rope. Reverso steps on the hands of both Swinger and Dice at ringside. Swinger hangs him up on the top rope, then distracts the referee as Dice gets involved. Reverso hits an Enzuigiri but the referee catches Dice putting Swinger’s foot on the bottom rope. Swinger inadvertently knocks Dice off the apron. Reverso traps Swinger in a pinning predicament to score the three count.

El Reverso def Johnny Swinger w/ Zicky Dice

It’s the last stop on the road to Rebellion, an all-new IMPACT! is on the air.

Kenny King w/ Team Bully (Bully Ray, Masha Slamovich & The Good Hands) vs Frankie Kazarian w/ Team Dreamer (Tommy Dreamer, Killer Kelly, Yuya Uemura & Bhupinder Gujjar) – Winner’s Team Gets Hardcore War Advantage

The winner of this match will secure the numbers advantage in Hardcore War this Sunday at Rebellion! King counters the slingshot DDT and drops Kazarian throat-first on the top rope. King hits a swinging backbreaker for two. King locks in the Camel Clutch but Kazarian breaks free. Kazarian begins to build momentum with a powerslam, followed by the springboard leg drop. Kazarian successfully hits the slingshot cutter but it’s not enough to keep King down. John Skyler gets up on the apron but Yuya Uemura pulls him down. Tensions are about to explode between the two teams at ringside. Kazarian forces King to tap out but the referee is distracted by Brian Myers. Moose spears Kazarian out of nowhere, allowing King to score the pinfall.

Kenny King w/ Team Bully (Bully Ray, Masha Slamovich & The Good Hands) def Frankie Kazarian w/ Team Dreamer (Tommy Dreamer, Killer Kelly, Yuya Uemura & Bhupinder Gujjar) – Winner’s Team Gets Hardcore War Advantage

After the match, a huge brawl breaks out as Team Bully stands tall over Team Dreamer.

Before IMPACT! went on the air, Steve Maclin interrupted the playing of the Canadian national anthem. Maclin disrespected the audience in Windsor, until KUSHIDA came to their defense. A brawl broke out between the opponents at Rebellion with KUSHIDA gaining the upper-hand. KUSHIDA sends Maclin soaring off the apron into a sea of security guards.

Black Taurus w/ Crazzy Steve vs Lince Dorado vs Laredo Kid vs Rich Swann

Buckle up for what will certainly be an adrenaline-pumping showcase match featuring the stars of the X-Division! Taurus hits a corkscrew dive through the ropes, wiping out everyone on the floor. Dorado launches himself off the top rope, colliding with everyone on the outside. Taurus hits a Tower of Doom out of the corner as Kid and Dorado go down hard. Swann connects with a Frog Splash on Taurus. Moments later, Taurus hits Dorado with a pop-up Samoan Drop. Taurus continues the assault with a backbreaker, then powerbombs Dorado over the top rope into an unsuspecting Swann on the outside. Back in the ring, Kid hits a Crucifix Bomb on Taurus. Kid picks Taurus off the top with a Spanish Fly to win.

Lince Dorado def Black Taurus w/ Crazzy Steve, Lince Dorado & Rich Swann

This Sunday at Rebellion, Ultimate X returns as Bullet Club defend the IMPACT World Tag Team Titles against the Motor City Machine Guns.

Rosemary is about to enter the Undead Realm in search of her former tag team partner when she discovers that the entry is blocked.

Knockouts World Tag Team Champion Taylor Wilde w/ KiLynn King vs Jessicka w/ Rosemary

Before the Death Dollz challenge The Coven for the Knockouts World Tag Team Titles this Sunday on Countdown to Rebellion, momentum is up for grabs in singles action! Wilde presents a tarot card to Jessicka, which sends her into a frenzy. Wilde blindsides her with a flurry of strikes, then takes her down at the knee. Wilde hits a backstabber to keep Jessicka grounded. Jessicka begins to build momentum with a running crossbody. King provides a distraction but Rosemary makes her pay with a spear. Wilde capitalizes with a swinging neckbreaker for three.

Knockouts World Tag Team Champion Taylor Wilde w/ KiLynn King def Jessicka w/ Rosemary

Jordynne Grace vows to reclaim the Knockouts World Title at Rebellion.

After costing PCO his match against Eddie Edwards last week, Alisha reveals that the reason she intervened was because PCO wasn’t allowing her husband to put his past behind him. Edwards says that he and Alisha are ride or die. But for PCO in their Last Rites match this Sunday, it’s just die.

Digital Media Champion Joe Hendry & Dirty Dango vs Callihan & Angels w/ The Design (Deaner & Kon)

Joe Hendry and Dirty Dango are out for revenge after Callihan brutally assaulted Director of Authority Santino Marella last week! Callihan hits Dango with a Death Valley Driver to gain the early advantage. Angels pummels him with a flurry of fists but it’s not enough to keep Dango down for the count. Both Dango and Callihan are down following a double clothesline. Dango makes the tag to Hendry who enters the match with a burst of speed. Hendry hits a Fallaway Slam on Callihan but Kon trips him up from the outside. Angels connects with a Frog Splash on Hendry but Dango breaks the pin attempt. Hendry ducks the incoming assault, causing Callihan to inadvertently strike Angels. Deaner confronts Callihan about his actions but meanwhile, Hendry finishes off Angels with the Standing Ovation.

Digital Media Champion Joe Hendry & Dirty Dango def Callihan & Angels w/ The Design (Deaner & Kon)

After the bell, The Design blindside Hendry and Dango until Santino Marella makes the save. Marella gets physical and lays out Angels with the Cobra. This Sunday at Rebellion, Marella makes his in-ring return as part of a huge six-man tag team match.

Gisele Shaw w/ Jai Vidal & Savannah Evans vs Tasha Steelz

Tasha Steelz returns to competition as she locks up with Gisele Shaw in a heated grudge match! Both Knockouts exchange slaps in the middle of the ring before Steelz gains control with an uppercut. Shaw retreats to the outside to regain her composure. Back in the ring, Shaw pulls Tasha down by her hair. Shaw distracts the referee as Evans delivers a thudding slam on the apron. Shaw is in total control following a snap suplex. Shaw hits a running corkscrew uppercut but it’s not enough put Tasha away. Steelz creates an opening with a jumping neckbreaker, followed by a running dropkick. Shaw counters a bulldog attempt, then catches her with lariat to the back of the head. The fight spills to the outside where Vidal and Evans distract Tasha. Shaw takes advantage and throws her into the ring steps. Shaw pulls down her kneepad but Tasha avoids in the incoming assault, sending Shaw knee-first into the steel. Back in the ring, Steelz targets the knee with a running dropkick to win.

Tasha Steelz def Gisele Shaw w/ Jai Vidal & Savannah Evans

Mickie James tells Santino Marella that she just got off the phone with the doctor. The final decision on her status for Rebellion will be made in the ring next.

The Final Decision on Mickie James’ Status for Rebellion

The fans have filed out of the IMPACT Zone as Knockouts World Champion Mickie James stands alone in the middle of the ring. James has requested that the arena be empty because she could not deliver this address in front of the same fans who supported her throughout the entirety of her Last Rodeo. James says that as a veteran performer, she is constantly reminded of the age difference between her and the rest of the locker room. While James has come to terms with this, one thing she can’t ignore is the pain that she endures. James says she must do what is right for the Knockouts World Championship and for the Knockouts locker room. James reveals that after speaking with her doctor, she is not cleared to compete this Sunday at Rebellion. James addresses Deonna Purrazzo and Jordynne Grace, stating that it is their time now. James relinquishes the Knockouts World Title as Purrazzo and Grace acknowledge what will now be their one-on-one meeting to crown a new Knockouts World Champion this Sunday.

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Komander https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/profile/komander/ Thu, 20 Apr 2023 13:37:27 +0000 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?post_type=profile&p=202535 Title History: INSERT Career Highlights: February 20, 2022 – Big Lucha: Bendito & Elemental defeated Gravity & Komander. February 26, 2022 – AAA: Arcano (Komander) defeated Arcano (El Hijo del Vikingo). April 10, 2022 – Wrestling In Coyoacan: Elemental, Galeno Del Mal & Yutani defeated Cometa Maya, Imposible & Komander. April 22, 2022 – Big […]]]>

Title History:

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Career Highlights:

  • February 20, 2022 – Big Lucha: Bendito & Elemental defeated Gravity & Komander.
  • February 26, 2022 – AAA: Arcano (Komander) defeated Arcano (El Hijo del Vikingo).
  • April 10, 2022 – Wrestling In Coyoacan: Elemental, Galeno Del Mal & Yutani defeated Cometa Maya, Imposible & Komander.
  • April 22, 2022 – Big Lucha: Los Jinetes del Aire (Myzteziz Jr. & Octagon Jr.) & Komander defeated Sky Team (Cometa Maya, Extasis & Radioactivo).
  • April 30, 2022 – AAA TripleMania XXX: Monterrey: La Parka Negra & Tay Conti defeated Komander & Sexy Star and Latigo & Maravilla and Los Vipers (Arez & Chik Tormenta) in a 4-way tag team match to win the World Mixed tag team titles.
  • May 27, 2022 – Big Lucha: Galeno Del Mal defeated Komander and Torito Negro in a 3-way match.
  • May 28, 2022 – AAA: Las Shotas (Jessy Ventura, La Diva Salvaje & Mamba) defeated Baby Extreme, Drago Kid & Komander.
  • June 2, 2022 – IWRG: Dinamico defeated Komander and Kempo Jr. and Tonalli and Travis Banks and Dark Zorro in a 6-way match to win the cruiserweight junior title.
  • June 12, 2022 – IWRG: Komander defeated Asterboy and Noisy Boy in a 3-way match.
  • June 18, 2022 – GCW: Blake Christian defeated Alec Price and Cole Radrick and Jack Cartwheel and John Wayne Murdoch and Jordan Oliver and Komander in a scramble match.
  • June 19, 2022 – GCW: Drago Kid & Space Boyz (ASF & Gringo Loco) defeated Komander & Los Macizos (Ciclope & Miedo Extremo).
  • June 24, 2022 – AAA: Draztick Boy, Dulce Kanela & Mamba defeated Aramis, Drago Kid & Komander.
  • June 26, 2022 – AAA: Villano IV Jr. defeated Komander in the 1st round.
  • July 1, 2022 – Big Lucha: Komander defeated ASF and Cometa Maya and Jack Cartwheel and Noisy Boy in a scramble match.
  • July 2, 2022 – AAA: Emperador Azteca & Mini Abismo Negro defeated Aramis & Komander.
  • July 5, 2022 – IWRG: Mr. Mike & Puma de Oro defeated Gravity & Komander and Paymon & Spider Fly in a 3-way tag team match.
  • July 15, 2022 – GCW: Tony Deppen defeated Komander.
  • July 17, 2022 – GCW: Gringo Loco defeated Kommander.
  • July 23, 2022 – AIW: Chase Oliver defeated Gringo Loco and Komander and Matt Cross and Riley Rose and TKD in a scramble match.
  • July 29, 2022 – GCW: Black Taurus, Gringo Loco & Jack Cartwheel defeated ASF, Komander & Laredo Kid.
  • July 31, 2022 – JCP Ric Flair‘s Last Match: Komander was in the battle royal won by Mance Warner.
  • August 6, 2022 – Wrestling In Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl: Bandido & Komander defeated Hijo De Skayde & Skayde.
  • August 6, 2022 – AAA: Aramis, Drago Kid & Komander defeated Las Shotas (Dulce Canela, Jessy Ventura & La Diva Salvaje).
  • August 7, 2022 – Fire Zone: Black Generation (Elemental, Flamita & Yutani) defeated Argenis, Gravity & Komander.
  • August 10, 2022 – Big Lucha: Arez defeated Komander in the quarter-finals.
  • August 17, 2022 – Big Lucha: Gravity & Komander defeated Black Generation (Emperador Azteca & Yutani).
  • August 18, 2022 – West Coast Pro: Komander defeated Midas Kreed in the 1st round.
  • August 19, 2022 – West Coast Pro: Starboy Charlie defeated Komander in the semi-finals. Komander & The Conglomerate (Alpha Zo, D-Rogue & Midas Kreed) defeated Aerostar, Alan Angels, Bryan Keith & Gravity.
  • August 20, 2022 – AAA: Aero Star, Baby Xtreme & Komander defeated Argenis, La Parka Negra & Villano III Jr..
  • August 26, 2022 – Big Lucha: Gravity, Komander, Skayde & Viajero defeated Black Generation (Accion Jackson, Emperador Azteca, Flamita & Yutani).
  • August 27, 2022 – MLW: Villano III Jr. defeated El Cobarde and Komander in a 3-way match.
  • August 28, 2022 – AAA/Panther Promotions: Laredo Kid & Rey Astral defeated Dark Zorro & Komander.
  • September 3, 2022 – AAA: Nueva Generacion Dinamita (El Cuatrero, Forastero & Sanson) defeated Bandido, Komander & Laredo Kid.
  • September 4, 2022 – Promociones Skayde Team: Cometa Maya, Gravity & Komander defeated Negocio Traumado (Atomic Star, Demonio Infernal & Fresero Jr.).
  • September 10, 2022 – AAA: Aramis & Arez defeated Komander & Latigo.
  • September 16, 2022 – Big Lucha: Komander defeated Bendito and Shun Skywalker in a 3-way match.
  • September 17, 2022 – Lucha Maniaks: Laredo Kid defeated Komander, Toxin and Vito Fratelli in a 4-way match.
  • September 23, 2022 – Big Lucha: Bendito, Carito, Emperador Azteca, Gravity & Komander defeated Accion Jackson, Big Andrew, Hannya, Jack Evans & Shocko.
  • September 24, 2022 – AAA: Heredero defeated El Sucesor, Komander, Principe Condor, Sindrome and Skayde in a 6-way match.
  • September 30, 2022 – AAA/EMW: Komander defeated Flip Gordon, Dinamico and Puma King in a 4-way match to become #1 contender for the EMW World Middleweight title.
  • October 2, 2022 – AAA: Aramis, Arez & Komander defeated Flamita & Los Vipers (Abismo Negro Jr. & Latigo).
  • October 9, 2022 – GLEAT: Bandido & Komander defeated Kaz Hayashi & Soma Watanabe.
  • October 15, 2022 – AAA TripleMania – Mexico City: Hermanos Lee (Dragon Lee & Dralistico) defeated Los Vipers (Latigo & Toxin) and Arez & Willie Mack and Komander & Myzteziz Jr. in a 4-way tag team match to become #1 contenders for the World tag team titles.
  • October 20, 2022 – Demand Lucha: Gringo Loco defeated Arez and ASF and Komander in a 3-way match to retain the Lucha Premier title.
  • October 21, 2022 – New Era Wrestling: ASF & Komander defeated Gringo Loco & Tirano.
  • October 22, 2022 – GCW: Nick Wayne defeated ASF, Gringo Loco and Komander in a 4-way match.
  • October 23, 2022 – GCW: Komander defeated Shaner Mercer.
  • October 29, 2022 – Loko: Decimus & Juventud Aurea defeated Epydemius Jr. & Komander to retain the Lucha Maniaks tag team titles.
  • October 30, 2022 – Prestige: Komander defeated La Estralla.
  • November 4, 2022 – AAA: Los Psycho Circus (Monsther Clown, Murder Clown & Panic Clown) defeated Komander, Myzteziz Jr. & Octagon Jr..
  • November 6, 2022 – PWG: Aramis, Bandido & Komander defeated Arez, Black Taurus & Latigo.
  • November 11, 2022 – Big Lucha: Golden Guns (Bandido, Gravity, Komander & Rey Horus) defeated Black Generation (Bendito, Elemental, Flamita & Yutani).
  • November 12, 2022 – AAA/EMW/American Icon: Taurus defeated Gringo Loco, Argenis and Komander in a 4-way match.
  • November 13, 2022 – AAA/American Icon: Komander defeated Flip Gordon and Taurus in a 3-way match.
  • November 19, 2022 – Nueva Era: Juventud Guerrera defeats Gringo Loco and Bandido and Komander in a 4-way match.
  • November 20, 2022 – LLI: Komander defeated Bendito, Black Danger, Gravity and Torito Negro in a 5-way match.
  • November 27, 2022 – Panther Promotions: Komander vs. Rey Astral ended in a double pin.
  • December 2, 2022 – Big Lucha: Aaron Steel and Accion Jackson and Anarko Montana and Bandido and Bendito and Dito and Elemental and Emperador Azteca and Flamita and Galeno Del Mal and Gravity and Komander and Rey Horus and Scarecrow and Vengador defeated Jack Evans [Hair] in a hair vs mask match, cage match.
  • December 3, 2022 – AAA: Nueva Generacion Dinamita (El Cuatrero, Forastero & Sanson) defeated Arez, Dave The Clown & Komander to retain the World Trios titles.
  • December 4, 2022 – MLA: Bandido & Komander defeated Marty Scurll & Mecha Wolf.
  • December 9, 2022 – AAA/EMW: Jack Cartwheel, Komander & Willie Mack defeated Black Danger, Dinamico & Flamita.
  • December 10, 2022 – DREAMWAVE: Gringo Loco defeated Arez, ASF and Komander in a 4-way match to win the vacant Dreamworld title.
  • December 16, 2022 – AAA: Gringo Loco & Los Vipers (Latigo & Toxin) defeated Arez, ASF & Komander.
  • December 17, 2022 – AAA: Komander, Pagano & Taurus defeated La Faccion Ingobernable (Dralistico & Rush) & Cibernetico.
  • December 28, 2022 – AAA: Abismo Negro Jr. & Flammer defeated Komander & Sexy Star and Lady Shani & Octagon Jr. in a 3-way tag team match to win the vacant World Mixed tag team titles.
  • January 5, 2023 – MLW (Taped): Komander, Laredo Kid & Microman defeated Black Taurus, Gino Medina & Mini Abismo Negro.
  • January 7, 2023 – PWG: Komander defeated Latigo in the 1st round.
  • January 8, 2023 – PWG: Komander defeated Bandido in the 2nd round. Konosuke Takeshita defeated Komander in the semi-finals.
  • January 13, 2023 – F1RST Wrestling: Komander defeated Arez, ASF and Gringo Loco in a 4-way match.
  • January 21, 2023 – AAA: Komander defeated Jack Cartwheel.
  • January 22, 2023 – Big Lucha/GALLI: Golden Guns (Gravity & Komander) defeated Black Generation (Bendito & Elemental) and Los OGs (Joey Marx & Mason Conrad) in a 3-way tag team match.
  • February 4, 2023 – RIOT: Black Taurus, Latigo & Toxin defeated Komander, Kratoz & Prometeo.
  • February 5, 2023 – AAA: Bandido defeated Komander, Abismo Negro Jr. and Psycho Clown in a 4-way, semi-finals match of the Rey de Reyes tournament.
  • February 11, 2023 – GCW/JCW Jersey J-Cup 2023 – Session 1: Komander defeated Arez in the 1st round.
  • February 11, 2023 – GCW/JCW Jersey J-Cup 2023 – Session 2: Mike Bailey defeated Komander in the 2nd round.
  • February 17, 2023 – VxS/GCW: East West Express (Jordan Oliver and Nick Wayne) defeated Strange By Komand (Arez and Komander).
  • February 18, 2023 – GCW: Lio Rush defeated Komander.
  • February 25, 2023 – KAOZ: Baby Xtreme, Komander & Zumbi defeated Charly Manson, El Cobarde & Jack Evans.
  • February 26, 2023 – Robles Promotions: D’Luxe defeated Baby Extreme, Cobarde and Komander in a 4-way match.
  • March 1, 2023 – AEW Dynamite #178: Powerhouse Hobbs defeated Action Andretti and AR Fox and Eddie Kingston and Komander and Konosuke Takeshita and Ortiz and Sammy Guevara to win the face of the revolution ladder match.
  • March 4, 2023 – NWA vs. AAA: Komander & Octagon Jr. defeated Cyon & Homicide.
  • March 10, 2023 – wXw: Komander defeated Arez in the 1st round.
  • March 11, 2023 – wXw: Ahura defeated Komander in the quarter-finals of the 16 Carat Gold tournament.
  • March 12, 2023 – wXw: Frenchadors (Aigle Blanc & Senza Volto) & Komander defeated Arez, Fuminori Abe & Trey Miguel.
  • March 18, 2023 – AJPW: Kaz Hayashi, Keiichi Sato, Komander, Michiko Miyagi & Yu Iizuka defeated Black Menso-re, Takao Omori, Yoshitatsu & Zennichi Shin Jidai (Rising HAYATO & Ryo Inoue).
  • March 21, 2023 – GLEAT: Komander & STRONGHEARTS (CIMA & T-Hawk) defeated Black Generation International (Hartley Jackson & Yutani) & Violento Jack.
  • March 24, 2023 – AAA: La Hiedra & Mr. Iguana defeated Komander & Sexy Star and Lady Shani & Octagon Jr. in a 3-way tag team match.
  • March 25, 2023 – Invasion Indy: Komander defeated Cobarde Jr. and Flamita in a 3-way match.
  • March 30, 2023 – WrestleCon Mark Hitchcock Memorial SuperShow: El Hijo del Vikingo defeated Black Taurus and Komander in a 3-way match to retain the AAA Mega title.
  • March 31, 2023 – GCW: Blake Christian defeated Alec Price and Billie Starkz and Cole Radrick and Gringo Loco and Jack Cartwheel and Komander and Shane Mercer and Tony Deppen in a grab the brass ring match.
  • March 31, 2023 – ROH Supercard of Honor: El Hijo del Vikingo defeated Komander to retain the AAA Mega title.
  • April 1, 2023 – GCW: Aramis, Komander & Rey Horus defeated Arez, Black Taurus & Latigo.
  • April 5, 2023 – AEW Dynamite #183: Sammy Guevara defeated Komander.
  • April 8, 2023 – Invasion Indy: Komander, Myzteziz Jr. & Relampago defeated La Pandemia (Gran Pandemonium, Hijo De Pandemonium & Pandemonium Jr.) and Mictlan Mx, Olmeca & Rey Kukulcan in a 3-way tag team match.
  • April 8, 2023 – New Toxic: Komander & Psycho Clown defeated Dr. Wagner Jr. & Monsther Clown.
  • April 15, 2023 – GCW: Myron Reed & The East West Express (Jordan Oliver & Nick Wayne) defeated Gringo Loco & Komander in a handicap match.
  • April 16, 2023 – AAA TripleMania XXXI: Monterrey: El Hijo del Vikingo defeated Komander, Rich Swann and Swerve Strickland in a 4-way match to retain the Mega title.
  • April 19, 2023 – AEW Dynamite #185: Jay White w Juice Robinson defeated Komander. Tony Khan announced the signing of Komander to AEW.
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AEW Dynamite 04 19 2023 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/results/aew/aew-2022/aew-dynamite-04-19-2023/ Thu, 20 Apr 2023 12:33:55 +0000 https://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/?page_id=202532 AEW Dynamite Results April 19, 2023 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Petersen Events Center) Results by: Alex Kahrs of Wrestleview.com It is Wednesday, my dudes…you know what that means. Pyro kicks us off before “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry comes out to the ring, microphone in hand as he looks to speak…but he’s soon met with Sammy Guevara and […]]]>

AEW Dynamite Results
April 19, 2023
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Petersen Events Center)
Results by: Alex Kahrs of Wrestleview.com

It is Wednesday, my dudes…you know what that means.

Pyro kicks us off before “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry comes out to the ring, microphone in hand as he looks to speak…but he’s soon met with Sammy Guevara and Darby Allin coming out to the ring as well!

Darby ends up kicking us off, saying he’s known Sammy the longest of all the pillars and liking him the most…but Sammy is least qualified to compete for the title. Sammy is seen as a follower, whereas Perry and Darby are much more equals. Darby says Jericho is holding Sammy back, but if he has a problem with that he and Jericho can come take it up with Darby and Sting. He then addresses Jack Perry, who in Darby’s mind was handpicked because of being a part of a Southern California clique. Darby was jealous of Jack at first, given his own situation, but that jealously went away…because nothing about Perry intimidates him. Nothing.

Perry speaks up, talking about the facepaint Darby wears and how he sees kids with the same paint…if only they knew who Darby really was. Perry calls Darby out on his career to this point, saying Darby only came to pro wrestling because he couldn’t make it as a skateboarder. Perry turns his attention to Sammy, who he says he respects the most…before really going in on Sammy, letting him know how he feels.

Sammy finally speaks up now, saying that Perry may hate MJF so much but in fact, he is just like Max. He talks about the first episode of Dynamite, where Darby wasn’t even in attendance and Sammy was sitting up in the seats watching Bret Hart in the ring with…Jungle Boy. Sammy says he and Darby are two sides of the same coin, and that he respects Darby for what he’s gone through to be the first pillar to earn a championship in AEW. He watched Darby win the TNT Championship and said “I’m gonna do that better”…winning it three times. There’s been a never-ending competition between Darby and Sammy, but now it’s Darby’s turn to sit back and watch Sammy become AEW World Champion!

Perry pokes fun at all this, saying that it is HE who will win the AEW World Championship…and this brings out the champ himself, MJF. MJF taunts the Pittsburgh crowd before having some fun at the expense of his fellow pillars. The other pillars are tied up in the rankings, so he talked to “notable best friend” Tony Khan and there will be a Pillars Tournament. One of them will earn a bye in the first round…MJF pulls a name out of a hat, revealing it’s Darby Allin. In round one, Sammy Guevara takes on Jack Perry, and that match…happens tonight!

MJF calls for his music to play, leaving us with the other pillars in the ring as we go to commercial!

-Commercial Break-

Back from commercial, we get a quick rundown on the Pillars Tournament (winner of Perry/Guevara faces Darby next week), and then we hit ringside where The Outcasts are on their way to the ring for our opening contest! Saraya gets into it at ringside with Britt Baker’s mom as her fellow Outcasts enter the ring, and then we get Jamie Hayter and Britt Baker stepping out to ringside…where they get blindsided by the Outcasts! The action spills to ringside before the match finally gets underway!

Tag Team Match
AEW Women’s World Champion Jamie Hayter and Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. vs. The Outcasts (Ruby Soho and Toni Storm)

We start with Storm and Hayter trading holds before Ruby gets involved, only to be taken down with a clothesline as does Storm by the champ, who manages to fight both women back before hitting an impressive suplex! Hayter hits the ropes but is intercepted by Saraya, causing the champ to give chase on the outside…which briefly causes some trouble as Ruby catches her, but the champ fights back before taking a Terrible Towel to rally with the fans!

Hayter back in the ring as is Storm, who stops Hayer from a clothesline before taking advantage of a distraction by Ruby to hit a hip attack! Britt starts to even the odds again, but the Outcasts take her down before taunting Baker’s mom as we go to picture-in-picture!

Picture-in-Picture: The Outcasts continue the attack, focused on Hayter as they bring the champ back in the ring. Tag to Ruby now, who continues a focused assault on Hayter before taunting Baker who’s returned to the ring apron on the other side. Hayter looks to get a tag to Baker but is cut off by Ruby before the champ powers her way toward the corner…just as Storm drops Baker off the apron! Storm heads back for the tag from Ruby, looking to keep Hayter as far away from her tag partner as possible as she takes the champ down for a nearfall. The Outcasts continue their strategy as Ruby gets the tag, and uses a ref distraction to get Saraya involved as she hits some knee strikes on the champ! Storm looks firmly in control now as we come back!

Hayter manages to take Storm down long enough to make the tag to Baker, who goes on a flurry of offense before hitting a sling blade on Storm and a superkick on Ruby! Storm charges at Baker, who drops her face-first into the middle turnbuckle. The glove comes out, but Baker gets distracted by Ruby, allowing Storm to get back into it as she looks for a Storm Zero…but it gets reversed, and Baker gets a nearfall!

Chaos ensues for a moment but Baker and Hayter get one over on Toni, allowing for a nearfall before the Outcasts take control again. Saraya hits Baker with the championship belt, but it’s only enough for a nearfall for Toni Storm! Storm makes the tag to Ruby before attacking Hayter on the outside, sending her into the steel steps as Ruby goes for a superplex on Baker…who reverses before hitting a Panama Sunrise! She goes for the cover, but Ruby kicks out! Baker with a stomp on Soho now, dealing with Storm before going for the cover…and gets a nearfall! But she’s not done, as she turns Ruby over for a Lockjaw…and Ruby taps out!

Winners via submission: AEW Women’s World Champion Jamie Hayter and Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.

We head backstage, where Wardlow talks about how a Horseman was once brought out to even the odds, before bringing another Horseman to even the odds tonight…bringing out Arn Anderson! Arn talks about what was done to Wardlow recently, and what he should plan on doing in retaliation to win back the TNT Championship.

Back at ringside, The Elite head to the ring to address the recent acts of aggression by the Blackpool Combat Club. Omega talks about what they’ve done to his friends and his uncle, and what he wishes he could do to Jon Moxley as revenge for what they did. The purpose of them being out here tonight is an invitation. They wanna see BCC out here tonight in this ring…only for Bryan Danielson to speak up from the big screen, taunting the Elite for coming out to have “nothing much to say.” This turns out to be a ruse as BCC blindside the Elite from behind, leading to a brawl between the groups!

Each side takes control of the situation as the fight goes on, until BCC get the upperhand on The Elite just as Bryan Danielson comes out, calling the Elite amateurs before Don Callis tries to come out with a steel chair…only to run away when he gets called out. Bryan continues to talk down Kenny Omega, saying if he wants to sit on his potential, he needs to be gone. Danielson pulls out a screwdriver, but we see Takeshita being brought out by Callis to go after BCC! Takeshita does his best, confronted by the BCC until Kenny is able to get back to his feet. Don is in the ring now and we see Omega and Takeshita standing tall to end things!

-Commercial Break-

We’re back from commercial, and we are at ringside for our TNT Championship match! Wardlow makes his way out first, accompanied by Arn Anderson, and then the champ himself arrives accompanied by QT Marshall before this title match gets underway!

TNT Championship
Wardlow vs. TNT Champion Powerhouse Hobbs

The big men stare each other down just briefly, before Wardlow charges at Hobbs, hitting some hard shoulders in the corner until Hobbs fights back. The two trade holds before things go to the outside, where Hobbs gets sent to the barricade! The fight quickly goes deep into the crowd as Wardlow gives chase to the champ, who reverses a powerbomb to send Wardlow over the barricade. Wardlow’s quickly back to his feet though, bringing Hobbs back to ringside the hard way as we go to picture-in-picture!

Picture-in-Picture: Hobbs quickly turns things around in his favor here, sending Wardlow into the steel steps before hitting a hard uppercut. The attack continues as Hobbs brings his challenger back into the ring, climbing up top for a frog splash that gets the champ a nearfall! Hobbs stays on the attack, but is distracted enough for Wardlow to fight back before the two end up trading blows! Hobbs distracts the ref, allowing Marshall to get a cheap shot in on Wardlow before Hobbs continues the offense, bringing Wardlow to the corner as we come back!

Hobbs sets Wardlow up on the corner, looking for a superplex…but Wardlow fights it off, sending Hobbs to the canvas instead. Wardlow stands up on the top, leaping off for a senton bomb! Both men slowly getting back to their feet now, before trading punches once more…and the champ is taking control–but no! Big clothesline by Wardlow puts the challenger back on the offense, hitting two German suplexes on the champ before Hobbs starts to fight back…only to take a headbutt and a big chop from Wardlow!

We see a distraction on the apron causing Wardlow to get dropped by the now-standing Hobbs, but the champ only gets a nearfall! This makes QT mad as he gets in the ring to confront the ref…which forces Arn to come in to stand off with him, scaring Marshall out of the ring and up to the ramp…where he gets kicked by Penta, bringing him back in the ring for a DDT by Anderson! The non-competitors clear out of the ring as Hobbs finds himself looking for a second wind, but gets taken down hard by Wardlow who calls for a powerbomb symphony, opting for just one this time around…but one is enough for the pin and the win!

Winner via pinfall AND NEW TNT Champion: Wardlow

The ref raises his arm in victory, presenting the title…but the celebration is cut short as Christian Cage comes out to the stage, with a very dangerous-looking Luchasaurus standing beside him as the pair stare down the new champion.

Backstage, Renee talks to Sammy Guevara about tonight’s main event until MJF interrupts, offering something of a proposal to Sammy…a guaranteed spot in the main event of Double or Nothing, if Sammy lays down. Sammy, of course, refuses this, saying he’s gonna beat Jack Perry and go on to win the title. MJF talks down to him on this, offering him the guaranteed spot and a blank check. Sammy looks at the blank check and writes his price down…which stuns MJF, who may or may not consider it. He offers to shake hands, but as Sammy says, “friends don’t shake hands…friends hug.”

Back at ringside, Komander and Jay White are on their way out for our next match!

Jay White vs. Komander

After a moment to soak in the cheers for the match, the two men lock up before Jay goes on the attack, putting boots to the luchador as he taunts him before laying in a hard chop. Komander blocks an Irish whip, overwhelming White with a flurry of offense in the corner, before sending the Bullet Club Gold leader(?) to the outside! Komander ends up on the middle rope, looking for a moonsault…but Jay White takes him down to the floor hard as we go to picture-in-picture!

Picture-in-Picture: Jay White continues the attack on Komander, really laying it on thick as he confronts Shawn Spears at ringside, who pokes fun at White by giving low “scores” much to the chagrin of Jay, choosing to focus back on Komander as he brings the luchador back into the ring. Jay beats Komander down but only gets a set of nearfalls, before locking in a chinlock that the luchador struggles to fight out of. Komander makes it to his feet, but is sent to the corner by Jay as we come back!

Jay is still firmly in control as he lays in a couple hard chops…but Komander responds with one of his own, followed by a series of hard strikes, before hitting an arm drag and a unique pinning combination for a close nearfall! Jay gets back on the attack here, but is caught in the turnbuckle by Komander who hits a hard high kick to the face. Komander sets Jay up on the turnbuckle but gets a finger in the eye instead.

Komander sends White down before looking to walk the ropes as he is want to do…and hits a big dive on Jay White in the process! Komander sends Jay back in the ring, hitting a ropewalk shooting star press, but because of a hesitation only gets a nearfall. A springboard phoenix splash gets the same result here, and White avoids the third attempt before looking for a Blade Runner. Komander reverses it, but gets caught with a Blade Runner in the end as Jay White picks up the pin and the win!

Winner via pinfall: Jay White

After the match, Juice Robinson brings Spears to the ringside area as Bullet Club Gold attack him until Starks makes his way to the ring for the save! He heads them off, forcing them to regroup on the ramp.

Backstage, Renee starts to talk to FTR but addresses an attack that happened on Mark Briscoe. They rush to medical to check on their friend, where Jeff Jarrett and his crew are checking on him as well. Discussing a future eight-man tag match, an agreement is eventually reached where FTR will team with Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal! They shake hands as we head back to ringside, where Chris Jericho is on his way to the ring as we go to commercial.

-Commercial Break-

Back from commercial, Adam Cole makes his way to the ring for this apparent confrontation, as we see Jericho having a big ol’ smirk at the sight of Cole doing his usual thing arriving to the ring. The crowd in Pittsburgh showing their love for Cole here, something Jericho calls to attention before Cole talks about how much he studied and idolized Jericho in his early days. Cole says it’s cool to have the two of them in the ring in Pittsburgh, saying as well that he has a lot of respect for Chris Jericho.

The two shake hands, and Jericho says he appreciate the kind words, saying from the bottom of his heart that he has…absolutely zero respect for Adam Cole. In fact, he thinks Cole’s arrogant, having the audacity to interrupt Jericho’s celebration last week. He’s lucky Jericho doesn’t slap him right here, right now.

Cole says he knew this would come to this, saying that he and his friends in Pittsburgh would agree that Jericho is a bit of a jagoff recently. All this talk about looking, but when has Jericho looked in the mirror and asked “who is the real Chris Jericho?” Cole thinks the real Jericho is nothing more than a coward, saying he’s got Cole’s attention here…so now what?

Jericho denies the jagoff remark off the bat, stating Cole doesn’t impress him. You don’t want to meet your heroes, and that is true of Chris Jericho. Cole doesn’t want to meet or know Jericho, and he should leave the ring. This quickly turns physical as Jericho shoves Cole, leading to them coming to blows until JAS shows up to beat down Cole. Britt Baker rushes down the ramp to confront Jericho, pulling him away and slapping him as the Outcasts slide in the ring to blindside her!

They attack Baker as Jericho taunts Cole, handcuffing him to the bottom rope as the Outcasts force Baker to take notice. Garcia hands Jericho a kendo stick, and Cole dares him to go for it…but instead, Jericho hands the kendo stick to Saraya, who cracks it against the back of Britt Baker! Britt cries out to Cole as Saraya continues the assault, Jericho taunting him all the while. Saraya finally stops, and she and Jericho have a nice big hug as the crowd lets them know exactly what they think of all this. The JAS and Outcasts regroup on the ramp, with Jericho telling Cole he doesn’t want to know Jericho.

Video Package: Things are heating up between The Firm and the Hardyz!

Back at ringside, the JAS of Matt, Angelo, and Hager make their way to the ring for our next match. Out next are The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn, but JAS interrupt their rap as this match gets underway!

Trios Match
The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn vs. JAS (Jake Hager, Angelo Parker and Matt Menard)

Chaos ensues pretty quickly here between all six men, with JAS getting the early attack on the Acclaimed, but it ends up in favor of The Acclaimed as we go to picture-in-picture!

Picture-in-Picture: The advantage Acclaimed have falls pretty quickly as JAS take control, with Hager making the most of his strength to keep Caster at bay….but Caster is finally back in it, just as we come back!

Caster with the tag to Billy Gunn! Gun takes out JAS before going for the Famouser on Hager, who counters with a double leg takedown for a nearfall! Tag made to Bowens and Menard, as Bowens takes Daddy Magic down with a superkick…but the ref is distracted as Cool Hand takes him down with an object of some sort!

We’re told it looks like a loaded comb, but the weapon ends up being taken away by Daddy Ass who breaks the comb to Ang’s dismay…and a rolling elbow by Bowens! Acclaimed with the drop on Ang, getting the pin and the win!

Winners via pinfall: The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn

Rundown: All that’s happening on Friday and next week on Dynamite!

Back at ringside, Sammy Guevara heads to the ring gearing up for our main event before we go to commercial break!

-Commercial Break-

Back from commercial, “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry makes his way to the ring as this main event is underway!

Pillars Tournament
Sammy Guevara vs. “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry

The two go at it quickly from the jump, each man getting a flurry of offense on his opponent as we see MJF watching on from backstage. Sammy hits a Spanish Fly on Perry that takes him down hard as we see Darby watching on from the rafters, but Sammy is back to his feet…as is Perry, who goes for a powerbomb from the apron! It’s blocked by Sammy and the two go toe to toe on the apron now, before Perry connects with a superkick! Up on the turnbuckle now is Perry, but Sammy catches him before both men are sent flying to the floor as we go to picture-in-picture!

Picture-in-Picture: We see Sammy slowly starting to get the advantage here as he gets back in the ring, but the action stays focused on the outside as it ends up in the crowd. Things get rough for a moment before the action finally comes back to ringside, where Sammy sends Perry back into the ring before hitting some punches and a chinlock. Perry is struggling here, slowly getting to his feet as we come back!

Guevara takes Perry down as we hear MJF backstage saying “that’s my friend!” before coming back to the action, where Perry is finally starting to really mount a comeback, much to the enjoyment of Darby from the rafters. Guevara’s back up though, sending Perry to the corner…but we find Perry coming to the outside, where he catches Sammy with a powerbomb onto the apron! Back in the ring, Perry climbs the turnbuckle to hit a big Destroyer on Sammy for the nearfall!

Jack stays on the attack before going back up to the top, but he’s cut off by Sammy this time as Guevara hits to the top himself…but Perry avoids a shooting star press! He can’t stop a cutter though, followed by an implant DDT by Guevara for a nearfall! Sammy back to his feet, bringing Perry back looking for a GTH…but Perry counters with a reverse rana! Sammy dodges an elbow strike, hitting a rana of his own…but Perry connects this time with an elbow strike! Both men are down now as the ref starts the count…and both men are to their knees before trading blows!

This ends with Perry catching Sammy with the Snare Trap! Sammy struggles, but crawls to the ropes to force a break of the hold. Perry sets Guevara up on the turnbuckle, leaving him in a tree of woe as Perry climbs up…but Sammy frees himself, hitting a dropkick that sends Perry flying through a table at ringside! Ref with the count as we see Perry barely moving, but manages to slide onto the apron…but the ref is distracted by Sammy as MJF arrives, knocking Perry out cold with the ring to keep him down for the full ten count!

Winner via countout and advancing in the Pillars Tournament: Sammy Guevara

MJF celebrates with Sammy in the ring as we get a replay of what happened, with Darby looking on with a sense of disgust as the show comes to a close.

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Below are the NXT quick results and highlights courtesy of Wrestleview.com from Tuesday night’s NXT that aired live on the USA Network.

Next week’s NXT is a Spring Breakin’ special.

Triple Threat Tag Team Title Match: NXT Tag Team Champions Gallus retained over The Creed Brother and The Dyad.

Noam Dar defeated Myles Borne.

Roxanne Perez defeated Zoey Stark.

Cora Jade defeated Gigi Dolan.

Dijak defeats Apollo Crews.

NXT North American Championship Match: Wes Lee retained over Charlie Dempsey.

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WWE Raw Results
April 17, 2023
Little Rock, Arkansas (Simmons Bank Arena)
Commentary: Kevin Patrick and Corey Graves
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

An updated “Then. Now. Forever. Together.” WWE video plays.

We go live into the Simmons Bank Arena. The Usos make their way to the ring alongside Solo Sikoa and Paul Heyman.

Tonight, Brock Lesnar and Cody Rhodes will be in the building. Seth “Freakin” Rollins will also battle The Miz. Austin Theory also battles United States Champion Austin Theory.

The Bloodline is in the ring. The crowd loudly boos them. Jey Uso says, “Little Rock, Arkansas… the Bloodline is now in your city!”

Paul Heyman receives the microphone from Jey. Heyman says, “Ladies…” and scoffs that there could be any ladies in Little Rock. Heyman introduces himself and says he is the Special Counsel to your Tribal Chief, the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns. Heyman is also honored to be the Wise Man to the entire Bloodline. Heyman has information tonight…

The Judgment Day’s music cuts him off. Finn Bálor, Damian Priest, Dominik Mysterio, and SmackDown Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley make their way to the ring. The Judgment Day stands on the apron and stares at the Bloodline. They get in the ring and stand across from them. Damian Priest says, “Paul…” and walks over to Solo Sikoa. Heyman holds Sikoa back and keeps him calm. Heyman shakes hands with Priest. Heyman says it’s a very good day to be a very bad guy. If there is a heaven, none of them are getting into it. A short-term deal engineered, conceived of, and approved by your Tribal Chief Roman Reigns.

Jey Uso says they haven’t heard anything about this deal. Heyman says the Tribal Chief didn’t want anyone on their side except for Solo Sikoa to know. The Trible Chief wanted his Usos to be caught off guard by the enormity of this short-term deal. Even Mr. Bálor is not that happy about this because he has deep-rooted anger issues toward the Bloodline. Heyman doesn’t blame him. Mr. Bálor will put his feelings aside for good short-term villainy. The Judgment Day has a Bad Bunny concern, and Solo is an expert at assuaging concerns. Rhea Ripley stares a hole through Sikoa, so Heyman asks Jey to switch spots with him. Ripley moves over to stare at Sikoa again. A “Rhea” chant starts to pick up. Heyman asks if everything is ok. Ripley leans over and simply says, “…for now.”

Heyman says the Judgment Day needs something taken care of in Bad Bunny. Solo will take care of that before their concerns become a problem. The Bloodline has problems. They have a Kevin Owens problem. They have a Sami Zayn problem. They have a Riddle to solve. At Backlash, they will have a 6-Man Tag Team Match with Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, and Matt Riddle taking on the Bloodline. They will have a tune-up to Backlash by facing the Judgment Day. Also tonight, Solo Sikoa will face the Hall of Famer Rey Mysterio. Heyman apologizes to Dominik for having to see him in person.

Rey Mysterio makes his way to the ring. He’ll face Solo Sikoa next.

-Commercial Break-

Solo Sikoa vs. Rey Mysterio

The bell rings, and Solo Sikoa slowly stalks the WWE Hall of Famer. Mysterio peppers him with a kick to the thigh. Mysterio sidesteps him and kicks the legs again. Mysterio dances around the ring and tries to sidestep him, but Sikoa catches him and throws him to the corner. Mysterio quickly boots him in the face and hits the ropes. Mysterio slides through the legs, but Sikoa quickly floors him with a back elbow. Sikoa connects with a big scoop slam. Sikoa stomps and clubs Mysterio’s back. Sikoa head-butts Mysterio down in the corner before punching away at him. Sikoa whips him to the opposite corner, but Mysterio slingshots over him. Mysterio ducks a clothesline and hits a springboard cross-body block for a one-count. Sikoa quickly clotheslines him down to stop the momentum. Sikoa chokes Mysterio on the middle rope before the referee backs him up. Sikoa viciously whips Mysterio sternum-first into the turnbuckles. Sikoa grabs Mysterio and applies a nerve hold. Mysterio quickly fights up and elbows out. Mysterio hits the ropes, but Sikoa wipes him out with a clothesline. Sikoa angrily stomps Mysterio. Mysterio stumbles to the corner, so Sikoa clubs him. Sikoa whips him sternum-first into the turnbuckles again before taunting the crowd. Sikoa goes to do it a third time, but Mysterio puts the brakes on. Sikoa charges, but Mysterio hits a drop-toe-hold into the middle turnbuckle. Mysterio jumps onto his shoulders, but Sikoa holds him up in the electric chair. Mysterio punches away at his head and hits a head-scissor takeover over the top rope.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Sikoa applying a nerve hold to Mysterio. During the commercial break, Sikoa punched Mysterio as he attempted a slingshot. Back to live action, Mysterio tries to fight up, but Sikoa knocks him down. Sikoa clubs him and applies another nerve hold. Mysterio fights up and stomps on the bare foot of Sikoa. Sikoa quickly swats him to the corner and punches away at him. Sikoa sizes Mysterio up as he backs up. Sikoa pays homage to Umaga and goes for a running hip attack, but Mysterio moves. Mysterio fights back and goes for a sunset flip, but Sikoa stays standing. Sikoa goes for a cannonball senton, but Mysterio moves. Mysterio hits a running seated senton followed by a basement dropkick for a one-count.

Mysterio forearms Sikoa. Sikoa pushes him off, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Mysterio goes for a springboard moonsault block, but Sikoa catches him and connects with a Samoan Drop for a near fall. Sikoa cannot believe it. Sikoa lifts Mysterio, but Mysterio elbows out before hitting a head-scissor takeover into the ropes. Mysterio hits a 619 followed by a slingshot splash for a near fall. Mysterio is shocked. Mysterio tries to whip Sikoa, but he doesn’t budge. Sikoa sends Mysterio into the ropes, but he holds on. Mysterio then sidesteps him, and Sikoa falls into the middle rope.

Jimmy and Jey Uso make their way to the ringside area, which distracts Mysterio. All of a sudden, the lWo (Santos Escobar, Cruz Del Toro, and Joaquin Wilde) come through the crowd to attack them. In the ring, Sikoa tries to attack Mysterio, but Mysterio knocks him into the ropes. Mysterio connects with a 619 and immediately goes to the top rope for a splash, but Sikoa moves. Sikoa follows up with a Samoan Spike for the victory.

Winner by Pinfall: Solo Sikoa

The Bloodline attacks Mysterio and the lWo. Del Toro and Escobar each take a Samoan Spike. Mysterio then eats a 1D from the Usos. The Bloodline stands tall over the Latino World Order.

Earlier today, WWE Official Adam Pearce was stuck listening to Chad Gable and Maxine Dupri argue over Otis. Otis stood between them saying nothing. Gable was trying to say Alpha Academy is a package deal. Dupri was trying to say Otis could be the face of either Raw or SmackDown.

Last Monday on Raw, there was some dissension in Damage CTRL getting an opportunity for the Raw Women’s Championship. IYO SKY won a future title match in a triple threat match.

Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair makes her way to the ring. She’ll face Dakota Kai next.

-Commercial Break-

Bad Bunny, the host of Backlash, will be on Raw next Monday in Chicago.

Non-Title Match
Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair vs. Dakota Kai w/ Damage CTRL

The bell rings, and they lock up. Belair quickly powers Kai to the corner before giving her a clean break. They lock up, and Belair powers her to the corner again. Belair wrenches the arm, but Kai stomps the foot. Belair goes for a scoop slam, but Kai slides off and pulls her down by the hair. A piece of Belair’s hair (or an extension) is pulled out. Belair throws her by the hair and charges her, but Kai goes for a roll-up. Belair rolls through and dropkicks her down. Kai sends Belair to the corner, but she slingshots over her. Belair wags a finger before hitting a hip toss. Belair follows up with a standing moonsault for a two-count. Belair elbows Kai back before dropping her on the apron. Kai grabs the braid, but Belair elbows her off. Kai quickly knees her in the face, and Belair falls out of the ring. Kai connects with a bicycle kick to floor the Raw Women’s Champion.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Belair roll Kai up for a two-count. Belair follows up with a vertical suplex attempt, but Kai counters into an inside cradle for a two-count. Belair knocks her back and connects with a standing blockbuster. Belair hits a pair of shoulder tackles and a dropkick. Belair hits a vertical suplex and rolls through for a delayed vertical suplex. Belair catches Kai with a handspring moonsault splash for a two-count.

Belair tries to pull Kai to the center of the ring, but Kai holds the bottom rope. Kai knocks her back, but Belair quickly blocks a Scorpion Kick. Belair goes for a slam, but Kai counters into a roll-through facebuster for a two-count. Kai knocks Belair to the corner and hits a running boot to the face. Kai heads to the high-rent district on the top rope and jumps, but Belair moves. Kai charges, but Belair counters into a tilt-a-whirl gutbuster. Belair and Kai fumble into a KOD attempt, but Kai lands on her feet and holds the braid. Belair knocks her back and goes for a double chickenwing slam, but Kai rolls through to send her into the turnbuckles. Kai grabs her, but Belair quickly comes back with a KOD for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Bianca Belair

Video Package: Brock Lesnar viciously attacked Cody Rhodes two weeks ago on Raw

“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes is shown walking backstage. He’ll head to the ring next.

-Commercial Break-

Video Package: Bronson Reed says he’s actually a nice guy, which is what his mother referred to him as. Reed calls himself “Mr. Nice Guy” Bronson Reed.

The Judgment Day is backstage. Damian Priest says he won’t be Bad Bunny’s friend next week. Dominik Mysterio says Priest doesn’t need Bad Bunny as a friend, just like he doesn’t need Rey Mysterio as his father. Paul Heyman walks over and asks if they’re satisfied. Finn Bálor says, “Eh.” Heyman is flabbergasted. Heyman tells them to give an “eh” performance against Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, and Matt Riddle in tonight’s main event or they’ll be in debt to the Tribal Chief. Priest says they always handle their business. SmackDown Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley gets in Heyman’s face and says, “Bye, Paul!” Heyman walks off and calls Roman Reigns.

Cody Rhodes calls out Brock Lesnar

“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes makes his way to the ring. Rhodes is in his gear. The crowd gives him a great ovation. Rhodes says, “So, Little Rock, what do you want to talk about?” Rhodes knows exactly what he wants to talk about and talk to. Rhodes calls out Brock Lesnar.

WWE Official Adam Pearce walks out to the ring. Pearce says he appreciates the spirit and what Rhodes is trying to do, but he can’t do this in Little Rock. Pearce says they all respect what he wants to do, but Rhodes is not medically cleared to be here tonight. Pearce is in the ring and says everyone respects the spirit of Cody Rhodes. Pearce asks Rhodes to leave the ring. Rhodes thinks about it and says he’ll leave. The crowd boos. Rhodes shakes hands with Pearce and leaves the ring. Rhodes then turns back and grabs a steel chair from under the ring before getting back in the ring, shouting that he wants Lesnar. Pearce begs Rhodes to listen to him. Pearce says if he won’t listen, he’ll have to be helped to the back. Security runs down to the ring and surrounds him.

Brock Lesnar’s music hits to a big reaction. Pearce tells Rhodes not to do this. Brock Lesnar comes out in his black cowboy hat and a black trenchcoat. Pearce says he’ll give Rhodes the match against Lesnar on May 6 at WWE Backlash. Pearce tells him to do it in Puerto Rico at Backlash and not tonight. From the stage, Lesnar challenges Rhodes to fight him now. Rhodes attacks the security guards with the steel chair and wipes out the whole force. Lesnar nods in approval from the stage.

Rhodes gets out of the ring and fights off more guards. Rhodes charges Lesnar, but another wave of security guards grabs Rhodes and drags him back to ringside. Lesnar gleefully watches from the stage before backing up and leaving. The crowd loudly boos.

Rhodes is trapped, but he soon fights the force off. Rhodes gets in the ring and knocks the security out of the ring. A “Cody” chant picks up. Rhodes says he spent the entirety of last week throwing out positive platitudes about Brock Lesnar, but he left one out. Brock Lesnar can wear his silly cowboy hat all he wants. Rhodes grew up around cowboys. Brock Lesnar is not a cowboy. Lesnar is a coward!

Coming up next, Seth “Freakin” Rollins battles The Miz.

-Commercial Break-

SummerSlam is coming to Detroit on Saturday, August 6.

Replays are shown of Cody Rhodes fighting off the security guards as Brock Lesnar watched moments ago.

We go backstage to see Brock Lesnar walking and heading toward the exit.

The Miz vs. Seth “Freakin” Rollins

As Rollins makes his entrance, The Miz attacks him. Miz beats him around ringside and bounces him off the commentary table a few times. Miz gets Rollins in the ring and punches away at him before the referee backs him up. The referee checks on Rollins, and Rollins agrees to start the match.

The bell rings, and Miz attacks Rollins before kneeing him in the midsection. Rollins quickly takes him down, but Miz powers him to the corner. Miz shoulders Rollins in the midsection before backing up. Miz backs up and charges, but Rollins pops out of the corner with a clothesline. Rollins then clotheslines Rhodes over the top rope. Rollins gets fired up and hits a suicide dive. Rollins gets back in the ring and hits Miz with a second suicide dive. Rollins is still feeling it and gets back in the ring to complete a hat trick of suicide dives. Rollins listens as the crowd serenades him. Rollins charges Miz, but Miz drops him into the timekeeper’s area. Rollins knocks him back and stands on the barricade, but Miz pushes him off into the timekeeper’s table.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Miz head to the top rope and jump, but Rollins kicks him and goes for a Pedigree. Miz fights out, but Rollins drops him with a step-up enzuigiri.

Rollins gets to his feet and hits a pair of clotheslines followed by a kick to the midsection, a kick to the face, and a big lariat. The crowd gets into it and starts to serenade Rollins. Rollins hits Miz with a running forearm in the corner followed by a Sling Blade for a two-count. Rollins makes his way to the top rope, but Miz cuts him off. The crowd chants, “This is awesome.” Rollins slides down and goes for a Buckle Bomb, but Miz slides off. Miz hits a lung blower off the ropes for a near fall.

Miz is irate and pulls Rollins up by his hair. A “Tiny Balls” chant picks up. Miz kicks away at Rollins’s chest, but Rollins catches one and hits a Buckle Bomb. Rollins goes to the top rope and goes for a Frog Splash, but Miz gets the knees up for a near fall! Miz gets to his feet and signals for the end. Rollins counters a Skull Crushing Finale into a roll-up. Miz rolls through and grabs the trunks. Rollins kicks out and kicks him, but Miz gets the leg tied to the ropes and jumps on it. Miz immediately follows up with a Figure Four Leglock. Rollins screams in pain, but he’s willed on by the crowd singing his song to him. Rollins grabs the bottom rope to break the hold. Miz pulls him to the center of the ring and goes for another Figure Four Leglock, but Rollins counters into an inside cradle for a two-count. Rollins quickly forearms him in the face before hitting a forearm to the back of the neck. Miz avoids a Stomp and hits a kneeling DDT. Miz holds the head and connects with a second DDT for a near fall! Miz cannot believe it.

The crowd once again chants, “This is awesome.” Miz gets Rollins in the corner and puts him on the top rope. Miz sets up for a Skull Crushing Finale off the ropes, but Rollins elbows out. Rollins miraculously adjusts himself on the top rope and hits a superplex before rolling through into a falcon arrow. Rollins connects with a Stomp for the win!

Winner by Pinfall: Seth “Freakin” Rollins

Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn are backstage with Matt Riddle. Riddle tries to speak, but Owens tells him to leave the strategizing to them. Zayn tells Owens to listen to Riddle if they’re going to work with him. Riddle says he wants to wrap up his big toe like Solo Sikoa wraps his thumb and kick him in the throat. He’s going to call it the Toe Bro. Owens and Zayn look at each other. Riddle says he’s only kidding and isn’t an idiot. The Bloodline put him through hell. They took away his best friend and his title and put him on the shelf for four months. While he was out, he saw two best friends beat The Usos. Riddle is fired up and wants to make the Bloodline pay. Riddle walks off. Owens tells Zayn that they should listen to Riddle and walks off.

-Commercial Break-

Video Package: Last week on Raw, Trish Stratus viciously attacks Becky Lynch after losing the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship

WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus will explain her actions later tonight.

Replays are shown of the titanic showdown between Bobby Lashley and Bronson Reed last week on Raw. They were eventually both counted out before officials separated them.

Bobby Lashley makes his way to the ring. He’ll face United States Champion Austin Theory next.

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Non-Title Match
Bobby Lashley vs. United States Champion Austin Theory

The bell rings, and Theory quickly ducks out of a tie-up from Lashley. Theory taunts Lashley and the crowd. Lashley quickly grabs the United States Champion and drives him to the corner. Theory hooks the head, but Lashley whips him off and shoulder tackles him. Theory gets up, but Lashley comes back with a waistlock takeover. Lashley hooks a front facelock and gator rolls him around the ring. Theory quickly kicks him in the knee and punches him down. Theory goes for a suplex, but Lashley counters into a delayed vertical suplex. Theory stumbles around before Lashley clotheslines him over the top rope.

Theory quickly snaps The All Mighty off the top rope and gets in the ring. Theory charges, but Lashley drops down before doing a leapfrog. Lashley grabs Theory and hits a flatliner. Theory quickly gets out of a Hurt Lock and kicks him in the face. Theory clubs and knees away at him in the corner. Theory taunts the crowd, but Lashley attacks him from behind. Lashley shoulders him in the corner before throwing him down. Theory rolls out of the ring to recover. Lashley follows him out, but Theory attacks him. Lashley reverses a whip into the LED apron. Lashley scoops Theory up and drives him headfirst into the LED ring post.

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We come back from the break to see Lashley go for a Hurt Lock, but Theory fights it and bites the hand! Theory drives Lashley’s shoulder into the ring post twice before rolling him up for a two-count. Theory mounts Lashley and punches away at him. Theory taunts the crowd before choking Lashley on the middle rope. Theory hits a snapmare followed by a stomp to the chest for a two-count. Theory hooks a chin lock and grounds him. Lashley is bleeding from the mouth. Theory cinches in the rear chin lock, but Lashley eventually begins fighting up. Lashley soon breaks the grip and gets to his feet, but the United States Champion chop blocks the knee and punches him down for a near fall.

Theory stomps away at Lashley before taunting the crowd again. Theory gets Lashley in the corner and shoulders him in the midsection. Theory taunts the crowd and charges, but he hits the ring post shoulder-first when Lashley moves. Lashley connects with a clothesline followed by a one-armed spinebuster. Lashley clotheslines Theory in the corner and shoulders away at him. Lashley backs up and shoulders him again before flooring him with a clothesline. Lashley goes for a spear, but Theory leapfrogs him. Theory goes for A-Town Down, but Lashley gets out and hits a modified dominator. Lashley covers, but Theory kicks out!

Lashley is irate that he hasn’t put Theory away yet. Lashley stalks him from the corner and sizes him up. Theory slowly pulls himself up before rolling to the apron. Theory shoulders Lashley back and goes for a rolling thunder dropkick, but Lashley counters into a Hurt Lock! All of a sudden, Bronson Reed avalanches Lashley into the corner! The referee calls for the bell.

Winner by Disqualification: Bobby Lashley

“Mr. Nice Guy” Bronson Reed attacks Lashley and sends him out of the ring. Reed comes off the apron with a flying shoulder tackle. Reed waits for Lashley to get up and avalanches him into the ring post. Reed gets Lashley in the ring. Lashley tries to fight back with a Hurt Lock, but Theory takes him out with a rolling thunder dropkick. Reed looks at Theory before turning back to Lashley. Reed hits Lashley with a Samoan Drop before heading to the top rope to crush him with a Tsunami! Reed stands tall in the ring.

Tonight’s main event will see Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn team with Matt Riddle to take on The Judgment Day.

WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus makes her way to the ring to boos from the crowd. She’ll explain her actions next.

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Trish Stratus explains her actions

Trish Stratus is in the ring and wants to take us on a history lesson. When she first came to WWE, Women’s Wrestling was a joke. Trish then proceeded to singlehandedly change everything. She brought credibility to a nonexistent Women’s Division. Some will say it was her AND Lita, but there is no “we.” It was her. Trish says she was the Women’s Division. She was THE trailblazer. She was the first woman to main event Raw. She was the first woman to make people care about the Women’s Division. Without Trish Stratus, there would be no Women’s Revolution or women in the main event of WrestleMania. When Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and Ronda Rousey were wrestling in the main event, people chanted, “This is awesome.” They should have been chanting, “Thank you, Trish.” You wouldn’t believe that if you listen to Becky Lynch. Lynch would have you believe the Women’s Revolution started with the “Four Horseladies.” That statement, like Becky Lynch, is a joke.

Trish sat back and watched for a while, but after a while, she started thinking Becky believed her own hype. Trish popped in and buddied up with Becky to see if it was true. Not once did Becky thank her for what Trish did for her. Becky is very convincing. She convinced even Lita, who ate out of the palm of her hands. Lita became Becky’s little sidekick. Trish Stratus is nobody’s sidekick. Trish shows herself off and says she is not a sidekick. Trish had to take Lita out of the picture to put her out of her misery. She needed Lita out of the picture because she needed it to be crystal clear that the person that screwed Lynch out of the titles was Trish. Trish asks Becky if she remembers putting her arm around her shoulders and saying they had a good try before saying she was her friend. Trish is not her friend and there will not be a next time. Trish decided to make things right and took out The Man. The crowd boos. Trish says she doesn’t care what the crowd thinks. She wasn’t going to let Becky Lynch or the fans rewrite history. She is not a nostalgia act, a childhood fantasy, or a sidekick. She is the greatest of all time and the single most important figure in the history of WWE. Trish is here to make sure no one forgets it. Trish drops the microphone and walks off to boos from the crowd.

Replays are shown of Cody Rhodes fighting off security guards as Brock Lesnar gleefully watched.

Cody Rhodes will battle Brock Lesnar in Puerto Rico at WWE Backlash.

Cathy Kelley is backstage with “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes. Rhodes says he is happy that he gets Brock Lesnar in Puerto Rico in three weeks, but he’s also confused. Rhodes had to fight off 20 security guards, but Brock Lesnar did nothing. Where were the security guards when Lesnar did what he did to Rhodes a few weeks ago? Rhodes has to fight back and smash the beast.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan make their way to the ring. They’ll be ringside for a match next.

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Replays are shown of Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez accepting a title challenge from Sonya Deville and Chelsea Green this past Friday on SmackDown.

The WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions are seated at ringside to watch this.

Tag Team Match
Candice LeRae and “Michin” Mia Yim vs. Sonya Deville and Chelsea Green

Chelsea Green and “Michin” Mia Yim will start the match. Michin head-butts her and tags Candice LeRae in. LeRae hits a snapmare and a rolling neck snapper followed by a jackknife pin for a two-count. LeRae hits a step-up senton splash for another two-count. Green quickly tags in Sonya Deville. They go for a double-team suplex, but LeRae counters into a double DDT. LeRae hits another step-up senton splash and heads to the top rope. LeRae sees Nikki Cross staring at her from ringside. Cross has been stalking LeRae. Deville knocks LeRae off the top rope and knees her for a near fall. LeRae fights back and tags Michin in.

Michin and Deville go at it. Michin hits a hurricanrana followed by some chops and punches. Green attacks Michin and nearly hits her partner. LeRae and Michin each hit dropkicks. Michin strikes away at Deville before hitting Code Blue, but Green breaks it up. LeRae and Green fight out of the ring. Deville rolls Michin up with her feet on the ropes, but the referee catches her. Green blind tags in and hits Michin with an Unprettier for the victory.

Winners by Pinfall: Sonya Deville and Chelsea Green

Deville and Green go face-to-face with Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan. Green then throws water into their faces before they run off.

The main event is next.

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The WWE Draft is coming.

The Street Profits are talking when Rick Boogs and Elias walk up to them. Boogs says he can’t move yet because he just got here. Baron Corbin comes up and reminds the Profits that tag teams can be split up. They decide to go talk to Adam Pearce. Elias says he’s probably going first in the WWE Draft, so he’ll put a good word in for Boogs. Akira Tozawa shows up and says Boogs is a superstar. Elias will be the last pick in the draft. Tozawa laughs as Boogs and Elias walk off. Corbin comes up and laughs with Tozawa. Tozawa says no one wants Corbin and tells him he sucks.

The Usos are shown elsewhere backstage. Solo Sikoa stands behind them. The Usos love that the lWo tried to step up only to find out that they’re the twos and the Usos are the ones. They’re looking forward to proving themselves in Puerto Rico.

The Judgment Day makes their way to the ring. The main event is next.

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Bad Bunny returns to Raw next week in Chicago.

6-Man Tag Team Match
The Judgment Day (Finn Bálor, Damian Priest, and Dominik Mysterio) w/ SmackDown Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley vs. Matt Riddle and Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn

Sami Zayn will start against Finn Bálor. Bálor quickly hooks a side headlock and cinches it in. Zayn backs Bálor into the ropes and whips him off. Zayn drops down and hits a pair of arm drags. Bálor quickly the brakes on and tags in Dominik Mysterio. Mysterio gets in the ring and flexes before tagging Damian Priest in. Priest smirks and gets in the ring. Kevin Owens opts to tag in. Owens kicks Priest and hooks a side headlock. Priest whips him off and absorbs a shoulder tackle. Owens tries again for the same result, so he takes him down with a dropkick and a senton splash. Owens then tells the rest of the Judgment Day to “suck it.” Priest quickly punches Owens back and tags Bálor in. Owens punches Bálor back and sends him into the ropes. Bálor ducks a clothesline, but Owens soon catches him and hits a swinging driver for a two-count. Bálor holds his neck in pain. Bálor slides out of a slam and chop blocks the knee. Bálor stomps away at Owens’s knee and knocks him out of the ring. Bálor distracts the referee, and Rhea Ripley turns Owens inside out with a vicious clothesline at ringside!

Bálor gets Owens in the ring and elbows him in the head. Bálor applies a front facelock. Rhea Ripley happily poses at ringside. Owens fights up in the ring, but Bálor stops him and knocks Zayn off the apron. Owens superkicks Bálor and tags Matt Riddle in. Riddle, in his new short trunks, kicks Bálor down twice before hitting Mysterio with a snap kick. Riddle kips up and forearms Bálor and Priest. Riddle hits an exploder on Bálor followed by a Broton. Riddle catches Balor with a fisherman’s suplex and picks up a near fall. Bálor quickly rakes the face and tags Priest in. Riddle knees Priest off the apron. Riddle goes to the apron and knees Bálor in the face. Mysterio tries to attack, but Riddle pulls him out of the ring. Riddle goes for a springboard to the floor, but Priest grabs him by the throat from the ring and chokeslams him on the apron!

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We come back from the final break of the evening to see Riddle and Priest exchanging strikes. Priest quickly takes Riddle out with a flurry of strikes followed by a running back elbow. Bálor tags in and hits a slingshot stomp. Mysterio tags in and hits a slingshot senton. Bálor tags back in before tagging Priest in. Bálor and Priest hit a backbreaker/leg drop combo for a near fall. Mysterio tags in and sets up for the Three Amigos, but Riddle counters by spiking him on his head with a German Suplex.

Zayn tags in to a huge ovation and hits Mysterio with a pair of clotheslines. Zayn sends him into the ropes and hits a back body drop. Zayn gets Bálor and Priest out of the ring and heads to the top rope. Mysterio quickly cuts him off, but Zayn fights him. Zayn catches Mysterio with a sunset flip powerbomb off the ropes for a near fall. Zayn goes to the top rope, but Ripley pushes him off and crotches him on the top rope! Owens runs over and throws his shirt at her. In the ring, Mysterio hits Zayn with a Frog Splash, but Owens breaks up the pin. Bálor hits Owens with a Woo Dropkick. Riddle takes Bálor out with a Ripcord Knee. Priest then wipes out Riddle with a lifting flatliner. Zayn then knocks Priest out of the ring. Zayn hits the ropes, but Ripley grabs the ankles. The referee sees this and ejects her to a HUGE ovation. Ripley is furious.

Mysterio quickly rolls Zayn up for a two-count. Zayn immediately floors him with a Blue Thunder Bomb for a near fall. Owens is on the apron and reaches out. Zayn tags Owens in. Owens heads to the top rope for a Swanton Bomb, but Mysterio gets the knees up. Bálor tags in and hits Owens with a shotgun dropkick into the corner. Bálor goes for the Coup de Grace, but Owens moves. Zayn tags in. Owens hits Bálor with a Stunner. Zayn backs up to the corner. Priest runs in, but Owens wipes him out with a Stunner. Zayn crushes Bálor with a Helluva Kick. Riddle wants to be tagged in. Riddle heads to the top rope and hits Bálor with a Floating Bro for the victory.

Winners by Pinfall: Matt Riddle, Kevin Owens, and Sami Zayn

The Bloodline immediately hits the ring and starts beating on Owens, Zayn, and Riddle. Rey Mysterio and the Latino World Order run out to even the odds. The Judgment Day has joined in. The Bloodline soon retreats. Rey hits Dominik with a 619 before Owens hits Priest with a back suplex on the commentary table. Owens, Zayn, and Riddle stand tall with the lWo as Raw comes to an end.

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