The show opened with a video recap of Hard to Kill, ending with Kenny Omega defeating Rich Swann in the six-man main event. Don Callis, Omega, & the Good Brothers were seen backstage Saturday, telling them that they should go back to the hotel and celebrate. Callis then said they were going to Jacksonville for a while, but be patient as we’ll see what he has in store soon.
Eric Young (w/ Violent By Design) defeated Rhino (w/ Cousin Jake)
Joe Doering tripping Rhino and smashing his leg into the ring post. Young took advantage and locked on a kneebar, forcing the tap out.
Acey was backstage with Tommy Dreamer as they are continuing to investigate who shot John E. Bravo.
The Good Brothers came out and talked about Hard to Kill, saying they did what they always did when they get together with Omega: they make worldwide headlines. Sabin came out and said that the titles belong to the Motor City Machine Guns. Sabin informed them that he did, leading to James Storm returninig once again to Impact. Storm cut a promo on the Good Brothers, saying that he wanted the tag team titles and was going to team with Sabin to make it happen.
Matt Hardy’s music hit and he came out with Private Party. “Big Money Matt” was back in Impact and he brought Private Party to Impact for a warm-up match for tomorrow on Dynamite. Hardy took credit for Impact still being in business because he carried them in 2016. Hardy also made the point that he never lost the titles either as they were stripped “In some stupid teleportation angle!”
Kimber Lee & Susan defeated Jordynne Grace & Jazz
Grace made a comeback, hitting a Vader bomb on Susan and tagging out to Jazz. Jazz hit a DDT on Susan, but Lee made the save. Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo jumped onto the apron and hit Jazz with a weak belt shot that led to Susan rolling her up for the win.
The Case of Who Shot John E. Bravo solved. Taya Valkyrie was backstage and was confronted by Bravo who said she was the one who shot him. Tommy Dreamer confirmed that they found her fingerprints and she admitted to doing it to save Rosemary from marrying Bravo. Dreamer said if she was lucky, she was going to be taken to Jacksonville Penitentiary (AEW), but if she was unlucky, she would be going to Stamford Prision (WWE) for two years with an option for a third.
AEW’s Tony Khan & Jerry Lynn were backstage at Impact with a paid advertisement for Dynamite.
Brian Myers defeated Fallah Bahh. Myers got the win after a low blow.
Private Party (w/ Matt Hardy) defeated Chris Sabin & James Storm to earn an Impact Tag Team Title shot;
Hardy distracted the referee as Lynn grabbed Sabin’s feet, holding him on the middle turnbuckle. Private Party then hit Gin & Juice for the pinfall, earning the tag team title shot in the future. The Good Brothers came down and faced off with Private Party but Storm and Sabin attacked and all three teams broke into a brawl.