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After The IMPACT for 11/03/22 (Kazarian/Alexander vs. Aussie Open)

On Thursday, November 3rd, 2022, IMPACT Wrestling aired another episode of IMPACT Wrestling as we review After The IMPACT for 11/03/22. On this night, we have 5 matches. We had the final Quarter Final Match of the X Division Title tournament as Kenny King goes 1 on 1 with Mike Bailey; we also got 1/2 of the Knockouts Tag Team Champions Jessicka faces off with Savannah Evans.

We also got Moose in action against Ace Austin, Sami Callihan & Eric Young goes 1 on 1 & the main event IMPACT World Champion Josh Alexander teams up with his challenger at Overdrive Frankie Kazarian to go against Aussie Open.

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Quarter-Final Match Of The X Division Title Tournament

PJ Black defeated Yuya Uemura (Before The IMPACT)

Kicking off this week’s IMPACT with highlights from last week’s Impact.

Eddie Edwards was outside in the dark, cutting a promo & he talks about PCO making Honor No More, no more. He said PCO grounded Honor No More into sand, everyone except for Eddie. He said if you want to ground Edwards into sand what better place than the desert. Eddie said this ends tonight!

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Quarter-Final Match Of The X Division Title Tournament
Kenny King vs. Mike Bailey

Kenny King & Mike Bailey started this match off with arm wrenches. Bailey kept King at bay by keeping his kick chambered. Both men ended at a stalemate after trading roll ups. King gave Bailey a cheap shot right hand. Bailey came back with a dropkick. Bailey hit King with rapid kicks into an enzuigiri. King walked up the ramp with Bailey dragging him back to the ring.

Bailey caught King in a Indian Deathlock with King broke with a rope break. Bailey gave King Muay Thai roundhouses. King slammed Bailey into the corner and then hit Bailey with a spinebuster. King gave Bailey a t bone suplex on the ramp.

Bailey beat the 10 count but was immediately tossed back out. King rolled up Bailey into a single-leg crab, but he had to let go due to it being at ringside. King gave a hip drop on Bailey’s left leg. Bailey tripped up King off the springboard.

Bailey caught king with a Tae Kwon Do kick combo. Bailey hit King with a standing Red Arrow for a two count. King blocked a 720 Cyclone Kick with a t bone Suplex. King hits Bailey with a Tiger Driver for a two-count.

Bailey reversed a Tiger Driver on the ramp with a Frankensteiner. Bailey hit King at ringside with a top rope Triangle Moonsault. Both men traded rollups. King went back to the half crab. Bailey twisted his legs into a rollup for the win.

Winner: Mike Bailey (He will face Trey Miguel in the Semi-Finals next week)

Backstage Motor City Machine Guns were wishing IMPACT World Champion Josh Alexander the best of luck in his upcoming tag team match. Chris Sabin then said just like everyone else, they are going to give Alexander some thoughts on Bully Ray. Sabin said he and Shelley beat Team 3D in their retirement match. Alex Shelley pointed out that they didn’t retire obviously. Sabin said he had personal experience with Bully Ray in that he beat Bully for the World Title. Sabin said he’s sure Bully will backdoor and politic his way to the title. Shelley said if everyone is saying the same thing, there must be some truth to it. The Motor City Machine Guns left.

An ad aired for Hard To Kill.

Giselle Shaw was handing out printed photos of her randomly deciding to pose with the Knockouts Title last week. She handed some pictures to VXT. Chelsea Green berated Shaw for deciding to pose instead of ending Mickie James’s career. Deonna Purrazzo said that Shaw’s ignorance is why The Influence broke up as a group. Shaw said she’s breaking up with VXT. Green said they’re breaking up with Shaw. Shaw left. Purrazzo said it’s fine and Green will have a chance to retire Mickie James next week.

Tasha Steelz took the mic and said that Savannah Evans had an appetizer last week, and now they’re wondering who wants to be the main course. Jessicka took up Steelz on the challenge.

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Knockouts Tag Team Champion Jessicka vs. Savannah Evans

Jessicka & Savannah Evans traded forearms to start when standing face 2 face. Jessicka rallied with punches. Jessicka tossed Evans around the corners. Jessicka gave Evans some roundhouse kicks.

Jessicka gave Evans a splash in the corner. Evans avoided a splash in the corner and gave Jessicka a snap DDT. Evans smothered Jessicka with punches and got a one count that sends us to a break.

After the break Evans worked on Jessicka with methodical offense then Jessicka avoids a tackle. Jessicka planted Evans with a German suplex. Evans bit Jessicka in the face and gave her a German suplex for the 2 count.

Jessicka gave Evans a throat chop combo. Jessicka no sold strikes and gave Evans a Torpedo Headbutt. Jessicka gave Evans a buzzsaw kick.

Jessicka gave Evans a basement crossbody. Steelz tried to go for the distraction. Taya Valkyrie was attacked by Steelz. Rosemary surprised Tasha with a spear. Evans gave Jessicka a Yakuza Kick and Full Nelson Slam for the win.

Winner: Savannah Evans

This week’s Impact Plus Flashback Match of the Week was Bully Ray vs. Jeff Hardy in a Steel Cage match from Lockdown 2013. This was where Bully Ray turned his back on TNA by accepting a hammer from the acting leader of Aces & 8’s Brother D Von, and hitting Jeff Hardy in the back with it. Bully won the TNA World Heavyweight Title.

Killer Kelly was backstage looking for something new to play with. Kelly ran into a random person named Sandra. Kelly rubbed Sandra’s hair and said fresh meat, that’ll do. This left Sandra looking confused.

Eddie Edwards was shown pacing in the Las Vegas desert in front of rocks. Hannifan noted that he’s waiting for PCO to take him up on his challenge.

An ad aired for Overdrive.

Steve Maclin was cutting a promo in front of a garage door. He said he’s sick and tired of everyone always skipping the line ahead of him. He noted that he has beaten the best in the company like Jay White, Chris Sabin, Moose & Sami Callihan. Maclin noted that Bully politicked his way into Call Your Shot Gauntlet Match and got a title shot. Maclin talked about Kazarian using Option C to also get a title shot.

Maclin noted that Bobby Fish was barely in Impact for 5 minutes, yet got a IMPACT World Title shot when he asked. Maclin said he’s tired of waiting. He said he’s taking what he wants the IMPACT World Title. Maclin said he’ll tag em, bag em, and bring mayhem for all.

Major Players were hyping each other up for going after the IMPACT World Tag Team Titles at Overdrive. Digital Media Champion Brian Myers joked that he didn’t know that Heath & Rhino are still tag teaming after all this time. Myers said Rhino is just dead weight because Heath was doing fine without Rhino when he was giving Honor No More sneak attacks. Myers said Heath will forget about Rhino so much that he wouldn’t have to Say his name. Say his name, and he appears I believe in Joe Hendry clap clap. Joe Hendry came out of a nearby freezer.

Hendry noted that Major Players are concerned with the IMPACT World Tag Team Titles but who’s showing concern for the Digital Media Title. Hendry said he cares about the Digital Media Title. Hendry started talking to the belt, saying that the Digital Media Title’s father isn’t being present in his life, but if the belt believes, maybe Hendry can be a good father. Hendry left. Myers wondered who Hendry was. Matt Cardona asked why is he in the fridge?

Eddie Edwards was still in the desert, as errie music played in the background. PCO showed up with his Frankenstein Monster headgear on. He took off the headgear and yelled EDDIE!!!. Edwards & PCO rolled and brawled on the dirt. PCO had the upper hand for the most part. PCO put on his glove and put Eddie in the Mandible Claw. Edwards escaped by hitting PCO with a rock. Edwards suplexed PCO on a rock.

Edwards got in PCO’s face saying he ruined everything. PCO recovered and chokeslammed Edwards on a rock. PCO tried to crush a rock on Edwards but Eddie defended himself by beating down PCO with a shovel. Edwards then shoveled some dirt on a knocked out PCO. Edwards left with PCO buried under some dirt and rocks.

Back to the arena in the backstage area we Taylor Wilde was wishing Mickie James the best of luck for her Last Rodeo match next week. Mickie pointed out that the catalyst for the Last Rodeo was Chelsea Green when Green picked up wins over Mickie to send Mickie home. She she needs to win this match for herself.

Wilde said she’s excited for their match together. Wilde offered to be in Mickie’s corner to cancel out Deonna Purrazzo, thus allowing Mickie to win or lose on her own merit. Mickie said she’s aware of what Deonna can do, but she needs to do this by herself. Wilde said she respects Mickie’s decision, and she’ll see her on the other side I hope.

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Eric Young vs. Sami Callihan

The match starts off with Sami Callihan hits Eric Young with a pop up powerbomb but Young recovered at ringside and clawed Callihan in the face. Callihan clawed Young in the face. Callihan damaged his hand when he chopped ring post after Young ducks a chop. Callihan recovered and tossed Young around. Callihan taunted Deaner to punch him. Callihan continued to claw and beat around Young.

Callihan hits Young with a suplex at ringside. Callihan was about to give Young a Piledriver but he was distracted by the referee who didn’t want Callihan to hurt Young at ringside & this allowed Deaner to hit Callihan with a lariat.

Callihan beat the ten count and walked into strikes from Young. Young & Callihan traded chops and slaps.

Young took down Callihan with a stiff lariat. Eric Young missed a moonsault. Callihan rallied back with clotheslines. Callihan was about to piledrive Young, but all of a sudden a bunch of Eric Young’s Violent By Design cultists showed up on the apron. Callihan tried to fight them off, but they dogpiled him for the DQ.

Winner By DQ: Sami Callihan

After the match, Deaner ordered the cultists to step away. All the cultists got on their knees behind Deaner. Deaner picked two of the cultists to stand. They removed their hoods to reveal that they were Alan Angels & Big Kon. Young clawed at Callihan with a mouthguard. Kon and Angels took off their sweaters to reveal Violent By Design shirts. They all continued to put the boots to Callihan while making V signs with their hands.

We get another ad for Overdrive.

Knockouts Champion Jordynne Grace entered her personal locker room, and this time it was plastered with Gisele Shaw’s posing photos. Jai Vidal shows up and introduced himself as Gisele’s personal content creator. Grace slammed him to the couch and challenges Gisele Shaw to a match next week. Grace was choking Vidal with her boot and said that he better be there next week to capture the moment on video. Grace let Vidal go and he ran away.

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Ace Austin vs. Moose

Match begins with Ace Austin used his quickness to avoid Moose’s moves. Austin swarmed Moose with kicks. Moose blocked Austin’s signature PK and then slams him into the steel stairs that sends us to a break.

After the break Moose worked on Ace with methodical offense for a few minutes. Moose mocked the Bullet Club finger guns. Austin rallied back with a flurry of strikes. Moose ended the flurry with snake eyes. Moose went back to the methodical offense. Austin went back to his flurry with ground and pound. Austin caught Moose with a Buzzsaw Kick. Austin hit Moose with a stomp slam for a two-count. Austin took down Moose with a hook kick.

Moose blocks The Fold with a Uranage. Austin blocks a spear with a back elbow. Ace hit Moose with a knee. Moose blocked a dive with a reverse gorilla press. Bully Ray walked to ringside to jaw with Moose. Moose told Bully Ray he’d show him how to be a scumbag. Moose went for a spear, but was sent into the turnbuckle when Austin dodged. Austin rolled up Moose into a modified Jackknife for the win.

Winner: Ace Austin

After the match, Bully & Moose got in each others’ faces.

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Tag Team Match

IMPACT World Champion Josh Alexander & Frankie Kazarian vs. Aussie Open

Frankie Kazarian & Kyle Fletcher started the match with chain wrestling. Fletcher dominated the wrist holds. Kazarian & Fletcher traded rollups to end up in a stalemate. Mark Davis & Josh Alexander tagged in.

Alexander hits Davis with a top rope dropkick. Kazarian tags in and hit Davis with a slingshot leg drop & Kazaruan caught Fletcher wit a Russian leg sweep then hooks the leg but only gets a two count.

Fletcher fought back with a forearm, Alexander came back with a shove. Alexander hit Fletcher with a series of chops. Davis caught Alexander with a kick to the back which distracted Josh enough to dump Alexander to ringside. Aussie Open lifted Kazarian & Alexander and slammed them into each other that takes us to a break.

After the break Davis hits Alexander with a walking body slam. Fletcher tagged in and hit Alexander with a few short arm body slams. Alexander ended that rally with a small package for a two count. Fletcher kept the short arm on Alexander. Fletcher slaps Kazarian to fire him up and get the ref in his face so Davis could get a cheap shot in on Alexander. Fletcher hit Alexander with a brainbuster for a two count & Alexander got the hot tag in to Kazarian who cleaned house.

Kazarian hit Fletcher with a flying axe handle. Kazarian hit Fletcher with One Final Beat for a two count. Fletcher escaped a Chicken Wing attempt. Davis tagged in and tossed him into a kick by Fletcher. Aussie Open hit Kazarian with a modified 3D for a two count. Alexander tagged in and chopped down Aussie Open. Aussie Open punched each others’ fists when Alexander ducked. Alexander gave Fletcher a German suplex. Davis prevented him from hitting another. Alexander gave Davis a powerbomb for a two count.

Aussie Open swarmed Alexander with strikes in the corner. Kaz interrupts Aussie Open from hitting Josh with Coriolis but was dumped to ringside. Fletcher gave Alexander a superkick when he had Davis in an Ankle Lock. Aussie Open hit Alexander with stereo superkicks. Davis hit Alexander with an assisted press slam for a two count. Kaz dove in to break up Davis’s pin. Fletcher was caught by a straight right from Alexander. Kazarian tagged in.

Kazarian hit Fletcher with a draping scissors kick. Alexander hit Fletcher with a crossbody to the back. Kazarian hit Fletcher with a slingshot leg drop for a two count. Fletcher escaped a chicken wing. Fletcher tossed Kaz into Davis’s right hand. Alexander put Fletcher in an Ankle Lock while Kazarian put Davis in a cross armed submission.

Fletcher leg whipped Alexander into Kaz to break up both submissions. Both teams traded hockey punches in the ring. Alexander gave Davis a discus forearm.

Alexander & Fletcher took each other out with a suplex to ringside. Kazarian hit Davis with a rebound cutter for the victory.

Winners: IMPACT World Champion Josh Alexander & Frankie Kazarian 

After the match Kazarian picked up the IMPACT World Title and puts it over the shoulder of Josh Alexander. Both men shared handshakes to close out this week’s IMPACT.

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