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    Impact Wrestling: Hard to Kill Results | January 16th 2021

    Josh Alexander vs. Brian Myers (Pre-Show)

    Myers dominated the majority of the match. Alexander was able to bounce back by striking Myers off the ring. Allowing him to gain the advantage. They exchanged a few close to falls towards the end. Myers would win by pulling Josh’s headgear and landing his finisher with a pin.

    Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. Kaleb & Tenille Dashwood

    Steve and Rosemary hit Dashwood and Kaleb with their green mist. Prompting Steve to hit his second rope DDT for the pin.

    Old School Rules Match: Dreamer, Rhino & Cousin Jake vs. Violent By Design (Eric Young, Doering & Deaner)

    Towards the end, all men alternated at one another, beginning with Dreamer dropping Eric Young on thumbtacks. Then, EY would drop Cousin Jake with a piledriver winning by pinfall.

    Knockouts Tag Team Championship: Nevaeh & Havok vs. Fire and Flava

    The team of Havok and Nevaeh would show great strength in the ring, overpowering Fire and Flava. However, their speed and athleticism would be their advantage. Landing several kicks and superkicks to Havok and Nevaeh. After back to back quick tags. Hogan pinned Nevaeh and Steelz distracted Havok outside the ring.

    Ace Austin vs. Matt Cardona

    Ace Austin came out to the ring demanding a challenge. Matt Cardona made his debut at Impact. Surprising Austin with his move set. Fulton would interrupt the match. This would cause Austin to lose by disqualification.

    X-Division Match: Chris Bey vs. Manik vs. Rohit

    As the match built up with the best in the X-Division. Rohit would finally unmask Manik. However, Manik’s face was painted not allowing Rohit to see his true identity. After going back and forth with several near falls. Manik would land the victory and retain with a mamba splash. Manik retains.

    Knockouts Championship: Taya Valkyrie vs. Deonna Purrazzo

    A brawl between Decay, Susan, and Kimber Lee would break out. They would be advised to leave the floor and they would not be able to return to ringside. Taya would handle the match with suplexes and major striking. However, the KO Champion would have the advantage of her experience in technical wrestling. Deonna would get Taya in a double Fujiwara armbar. Allowing Taya to lose access to both of her arms. Taya tapped out. Deonna retained the title.

    Ethan Page vs. Karate Man

    Ethan Page would face his alter-ego the Karate Man. However, The Karate Man would defeat Page with swift kicks and ripping out his heart. Then carrying his heart to an unknown temple.

    Barbed Wire Massacre: Eddie Edwards vs. Sami Callihan

    The ongoing feud between Edwards and Callihan would come to an end. In one of the most violent matches in Impact Wrestling. Callihan set up a wooden board of barbed wire across two seats and then a piledriver. Edwards kicked out. Edwards would win by pin after an Emerald Flowsion.

    ‘Impact Wrestling’ World Champion Rich Swann, Chris Sabin & Moose vs. ‘AEW’ World Champion Kenny Omega & The Good Brothers

    Team Impact would show assurance and drive at the start of the match. Sabin and Swann would exhibit their high flying moves. Moose would assist in a triple team move dominating the ring. Kenny Omega would get caught in a Spanish Fly from Moose on the top rope. The Good Brothers would recover from outside the ring. Allowing Omega to land his finisher, the One-Winged Angel on Swann and defeats the Impact World Champion.

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