HomeImpactImpact Wrestling: Slammiversary 2021 | July 17th 2021

Impact Wrestling: Slammiversary 2021 | July 17th 2021

The Slammiversary 2021 main event featured Kenny Omega versus Sami Callihan for the Impact World Championship in a No DQ match. After tearing the house down in a violent affair, the show closed with a bang in the form of a surprise appearance from “Switchblade” Jay White.

Slammiversary 2021
Knockouts World Tag Team Championship
Fire ’n Flava (c) vs. Havok & Rosemary

Havok starts the match with a sidewalk slam to Tasha followed by a series of jabs by Rosemary. But, The knockouts tag team champions fight back and take control over the match. Finally, Rosemary gets a chokehold to tag in Havok. Havok clears house but Tasha clears out the rest of Decay to even the odds. Havok hits the Tombstone piledriver to become the brand new Knockouts tag team champions.

Winners: Havok & Rosemary
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars.


Slammiversary 2021
Ultimate X for the X Division Championship
Josh Alexander (c) vs. Chris Bey vs. Petey Williams vs. Trey Miguel vs. Ace Austin vs. Rohit Raju

Chris Bey thinks he has the genius idea of climbing the ropes right away but it was not genius since most of the match was already in the ring. Raju hilariously cannot make it up the rope due to his height. So many high spots it’s hard to catch up. Raju brings out a rope to climb up to the X-Division title and almost succeeds until Petey Williams brings him down. Trey Miguel hits a scary spot but brings an X-Divison chant from the crowd that was gratefully missed. Raju later brings out a hook to quickly bring down the title and even uses it as a weapon. Josh Alexander has the X-Division title wrapped around his legs and even gets Bey in an ankle lock upside down. This match just has so many great spots it is hard to name all of them. Williams even hits a Super Candian Destroyer from an electric chair position on Chris Bey with the assist of Alexander. Bey and Alexander were on the top, having a tug of war with a title, but everyone but Alexander was on top to retain his title.

Winner: Still X-Division Champions Josh Alexander
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Star

Gia Miller is with Don Callis. He talks about Tommy Dreamer and his power increasing. His bladed fingers are all over this No DQ stipulation tonight. He said if it wasn’t for IMPACT Wrestling, he’d be in a max security prison. He doesn’t want to see a beautiful face like Kenny Omega’s scarred by Sami Callihan. He makes up fake moments that Kenny he has been for in support of Kenny (like being drafted by the NHL). Callis says Callihan may be a dangerous man, but Kenny is a god.


Slammiversary 2021 Mixed Tag Match
Brian Myers & Tenille Dashwood vs. Matt Cardona & Chelsea Green

Fans go crazy when seeing Matt Cardona’s mystery partner is no other than his fiance Chelsea Green. A catfight starts the match that shows that the hot mess is back on Impact. The men took a majority of the match when it looked like it was over when Myers got ready for his Roster Cut, but then Cardona hit a spear of his own. Cardona gets read for the Broski Boot until Dashwood hits another low blow, but Cardona, a step ahead, had a cup in his trunks. Green takes out Myers with Candian Destroyer and hits the Unprettier to win her return to Impact.

Winners: Matt Cardona & Chelsea Green
Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars


Slammiversary 2021
Eddie Edwards vs. W. Morrissey

Morrissey pushes Edwards to the corner, Edwards with chops, Morrissey hits a fallaway slam. Morrissey chokes Edwards in the ropes, Edwards hits a back elbow, Morrissey hits a big boot, Edwards goes crashing out of the ring. Edwards throws Morrissey’s leg into the ring post. Morrissey drives Edwards into the apron. Morrissey with a big right hand, Edwards hits a neckbreaker into the ropes, Morrissey hits a shoulder block driving Edwards from the apron into the barricade.

Eddie suplexes Morrissey. Knife edge chops by Eddie and he soon topes towards W., but he catches Eddie and chokeslams him harshly on the apron. Morrissey goes in to break the count and drags Eddie up on the stage. He goes to powerbomb Eddie, but Eddie turns it into a back body drop. Eddie nails him with a Boston Knee Party. Eddie answers the ten count and so does W. Morrissey catches him and hits a standing F5.

Later on, Eddie fights back with a top rope sunset flip powerbomb. He kicks W. and then hits a blue thunder bomb for a very near fall. “That was three” chants. Eddie goes for a Boston Knee Party but W. puts the ref in front of him. He then hits Eddie with a running boot to the heart. Two counts. Eddie soon nails W. with a BKP, but that sends Morrissey to the outside. He removes a chain from his boot and slugs Eddie with it, which the ref doesn’t see. A standing powerbomb ends it.

WINNER: W. Morrissey
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars


An interview with an Impact superfan. Mad Man Fulton and Shera interrupt, they argue with the ref, Scott D’more makes his entrance. Says he is excited to see fans in the Impact Zone, asks if they are ready for action, says he ran into a couple of guys who are ready to throw some dukes, introduces FinJuice!

Slammiversary 2021
Mahabali Shera & Madman Fulton Vs. Fin Juice

Fulton and Shera argue throughout the match and Fin Juice takes the advantage of the same and hits their double team finisher for the victory.

Winner: Fin Juice
Rating: 1.5 out of 5 stars


Slammiversary 2021
Chris Sabin vs. Moose

Sabin evades Moose briefly with some major attacks, including a missed dropkick in the corner. Leg whip by Sabin. Straight right hand to Sabin up top, but it’s Sabin who nails Moose with a leaping hurricane. Another dragon whip by Sabin leads to a figure four. Sabin gets a two count with Moose’s shoulders on the mat. Moose shoves Chris in the corner after the hold breaks, There are very harsh snake eyes in the second turnbuckle by Moose. He corners Chris before beating him across the ring. Moose harshly chops Chris on the apron. Chin lock by Moose. Sabin bites Moose, but Moose powers him up for a fallaway slam. He kips up, goes for a moonsault, but Sabin rolls out of the way.

Sabin gets back on the offence by punt kicking Moose from the apron and then leaping on top of him to the outside. He sends Moose back in the ring and leaps off top for a tornado DDT. Two counts. Sabin climbs up top, but Moose scampers up for a fallaway moonsault from up top! Sabin wisely rolls out of the ring. Sabin attacks Moose on the outside, but Moose catches him, powerbombs him on the apron, but holds on to him to fling him at the barricades repeatedly. Sabin just barely answers the count at nine. Sabin gets a schoolboy, 2 counts. sunset flip pin, 2 counts. victory roll, 3 counts!

Winner: Chris Sabin
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars


Slammiversary 2021
IMPACT World Tag Team Championship
Fatal Four-Way Match
Violent By Design (Joe Doering & Deaner/Rhino) vs. The Good Brothers vs. No Way Jose & Fallah Bahh vs. Rich Swann & Willie Mack

TJP was unable to compete in the match, and Fallah Bah had to find a replacement and he found No Way (Jose) and he is back with the conga line and everything. Former Dusty Classic partners No Way and Rich Swan start the match and have a more fun approach to the match hitting the Kid ‘N Play dance. Karl Anderson spoils the fun but hurts him as the other babyface team upon him. Interesting to point out that no one is tagging in VBD who is calculating their approach. But finally, Doering and Gallows pick up where they left off from Thursday until everyone else breaks it up. Rhino was ready for the Gore on No Way but was hit with Stun Gun by Anderson and Gallows tags himself in. They hit the Magic Killer on Rhino and win their second tag team championship.

Winners: And New Tag Team Champions The Good Brothers
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars.


Slammiversary 2021
Knockouts World Championship
Deonna Purrazzo (c) vs. Thunder Rosa

Thunder Rosa comes out to a major reaction… The bout starts off with some high-quality mat work and it’s Deonna who gets the first pin attempt. The two talk trash to one another and Rosa rolls her up for a near fall. A thrust kick on the ropes gets her a near fall. Purrazzo nails an Orton DDT on the ropes and then locks in a half Octopus hold on Rosa. She breaks it up by charging back into the corner. Rosa fires back with a shotgun dropkick from up top. Rosa fires herself up to her feet and nails several lariats. Leaping lariat in the corner. She hits a big-time corner dropkick. Solid underhook suplex on Deonna for a two count.

Deonna soon hits her Italian leg sweep and locks in her Fujiwara armbar. Rosa battles back and locks in the guillotine choke. She gets reversed back into the Fujiwara, but Rosa rolls free. Wrist suplex by Deonna for two. Another Fujiwara attempt but Rosa lifts her up for a DVD. Cover, but only a two count for Thunder. Deonna hits her finisher for the victory.

Winner: Deonna Purrazzo retains the Knockouts title
Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars

After the match, Mickie James made her return to IMPACT and invites Deonna to NWA EmPowerrr, but Deonna refuses and slaps Mickie. Mickie hits the kick and celebrates with the crowd


Slammiversary 2021
IMPACT World Championship – No DQ Match

Kenny Omega (c) vs. Sami Callihan

Sami hits the piledriver on Omega for the two counts. Sami has a chinlock on Kenny while he’s seating in the chair. He pulls out a fork. Kenny fights free and slugs at Sami. He goes for a sunset flip and Sami pulls out a pizza cutter. He bloodies Kenny up badly. Kenny delivers some right hands to Sami. Callihan catches him with a DVD and Kenny goes for a powder. Kenny starts throwing in weapons. He hits Sami with a variety of said tools as Callihan flips him two birds. Kenny downs him and puts a trash can in the corner over the post. Kenny flips Sami down and then leaps up for trash can moonsault that lands on Sami’s ankle. Two counts.

Omega sets up a chair in the corner, Omega goes for the One-Winged Angel, Callihan gets a rollup, Omega kicks out sending Callihan into the chair. Callihan has been busted open, dripping blood on the mat. Omega gets the fork, jams it into Callihan’s head. Omega jams the fork in Callihan’s mouth! Omega shows the camera, blood is dripping from the fork… Callihan with chops on the outside, go for a chop against the ring post, Omega moves, Callihan smashes his hand into the post.

Omega gets a table. hits a double stomp with the table on top of Callihan. Omega gets another table, sets it up at ringside. Omega goes for a snapdragon off the apron, Callihan bites his way out! Omega with a thumb to the eye, goes for a piledriver, Callihan grabs Omega’s junk and Callihan hits a piledriver through the table!

Callihan gets a wooden board and a trashcan which he throws right at Omega. Callihan sets up the board in the corner, hits Omega with the trashcan, beats Omegas head on the trashcan, Omega retaliates, Callihan hits a neckbreaker on the trashcan, Callihan hits a powerbomb through the board, 2 counts!

Callihan fires up, Omega looks scared at ringside. Omega throws powder in Callihan’s face! Callihan hits a piledriver on the ref, thinking it was Omega. Omega hits Callihan with the belt! Omega mocks Callihan and hits a piledriver, makes the cover, a second ref runs out but Callihan kicks out at 2! Omega attacks the second ref. The Good Brothers run down but Sabin and Edwards fight them off!

Callihan hits the piledriver, Omega kicks out at 2! Callihan pulls out a bag of thumbtacks! Callihan dumps them on the mat, Callis runs from commentary and distracts Callihan, Omega throws tacks in Callihan’s face. Omega puts his knee in the tacks, loading up for the V Trigger, he hits it! 2 counts! Omega puts tacks in Callihan’s mouth, hits another V Trigger! Omega hits the One-Winged Angel on the tacks and Omega gets the 3!

Winner: Kenny Omega retains the IMPACT World Title
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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