TNA iMPACT Results – 6/24/15

The show opens with Jeremy Borash interviewing Ethan Carter III, who says that he went through Bobby Lashley last week, now Kurt Angle has to face someone of his choosing tonight. This is someone with a legacy, an institution in this business…and he leaves before telling us who that is. Guess we’ll find out in a bit!

We see a video package running down tonight’s card, then we go to the ring as Kurt Angle comes out to deliver the opening promo. Angle says he is seven days away from being able to shut EC3 up for good, and he’s going to prove he’s the best next week. He’ll also prove it tonight, and asks Ethan Carter III to bring out his mystery opponent for tonight right now. EC3 comes out and says it will only take one man to beat him: the one. We are seven days away from the most pivortal moment in wrestling history when Angle defends against an undefeated, unbeatable challenger. EC3 says that Angle is only the best for now, and Angle says to shut up and get on with this match. He says that two things are going to happen: EC3 will tap out next week, and his opponent will tap out tonight. EC3 says he will never tap out because he has something Angle will never have: his unbeaten streak. He has beaten everyone the company has put in front of him: Sting, Lashley, Anderson, Bully Ray…he’s beaten everybody. Everybody? EVERYBODY! He’s just getting started because there’s nobody out in the ring who can beat him, and he will destroy everybody on his altar of perfection. Angle just hears EC3 talking about himself, and he thinks EC3 is more concerned with himself than the title. A good ego is healthy, but EC3 has gone way too far and it’s going to bite him in the ass. Dixie Carter can’t help him anymore, and neither can Tyrus. Even his ego can’t help him anymore because next week, he’s ending EC3′s undefeated streak and he’s going to make EC3 tap out. EC3 asks Angle if he thinks he can make him tap out right now, then says Angle will find out next week because he has a match tonight. Matt Hardy comes out to the top of the ramp and it looks like we have a main event!

Hey, Josh Mathews and Pope are at ringside! Good for them. They talk about tonight’s action, then Low Ki comes to the ring as the X Division Title is on the line after this commercial break!

X Division Title Match: Low Ki vs Tigre Uno vs Grado

This match fills the vacancy created when Spud cashed the title in for a shot at Kurt Angle at Destination X. Low Ki destroys both of them early, but gets dumped to the floor and Tigre tries to slam Grado. He can’t quite get that done, but Grado easily slams Tigre Uno. Grado dodges a charge and gets a schoolboy rollup and a senton. The straps come down and Grado heads to the top, but Low Ki shoves him off and then comes off the top with the Warrior’s Way square on the head of Grado. That looked sick, and thankfully Low Ki pins Grado to eliminate him.

We’re down to Low Ki and Tigre Uno, who tries to lucha his way around Low Ki but gets faceplanted on a flapjack for 2. They both wind up going at it on the top rope and Tigre hits a top rope headscissors out of nowhere for a 2 count. Tigre goes for a twisting springboard senton, but Low Ki evades that, then Tigre evades a shotgun dropkick, goes to the top, motions to Low Ki to roll into position, and hits a phoenix splash for the win.

Winner: Tigre Uno

Christy gets in the ring to ask Tigre Uno how he feels, and he says it’s the greatest night in his life. I figured Low Ki was too obvious and would probably lose, but I figured they’d go with Grado. Well, this guy has put in his time so we’ll see how it goes.

We go backstage where Bram comes in and grabs Jeremy Borash by the shirt to talk about his open contract and that he doesn’t care who’s going to face him next because he’s beaten everyone and he doesn’t care. Bram leaves, and a giant gloved hand lands on Borash’s shoulder, and Borash turns around, smiles at whoever it is, and says it’s time.

We go to the Dollhouse where Taryn Terrell is chewing out Jade and Marti for screwing up last week and making it so she has to face both Brooke and Kong at the same time. The three of them will face the two of them at Slammiversary, and Marti talks violent stuff and Taryn says that’s her dolls, and playtime for Kong and Brooke is over this Sunday.

Also this weekend, James Storm faces Magnus in a non-sanctioned match, the Bromans explode as Robbie E takes on Jessie Godderz, and Bobby Lashley & Ken Anderson take on EC3 and Tyrus.

Angelina Love vs Velvet Sky

Angelina cuts a promo before the match saying Velvet has one last chance if she can beat her, but we all know that’s not going to happen. So like Angelina said, Velvet gets her job back if she wins this. Velvet powerwalks to the ring and gets right in Angelina’s face. Angelina slaps her, so Velvet takes her down and hammers her, then runs her from corner to corner before dumping her to the floor. Velvet goes out after Angelina and rams her into the ringpost and the steps. Velvet rolls Angelina in and Angelina catches her coming through the ropes and hits a side suplex for 2. Angelina goes to the second rope, but takes too long razzing the fans and gets thrown off by Velvet. Velvet with a series of clotheslines and a slap to the face. Velvet with a series of kicks, but Angelina hits an implant facebuster for 2. Velvet ducks the Botox Injection and hits a stunner for the win.

Winner: Velvet Sky

Great match, I like that they gave them plenty of time to tell a good story.

The Mystery Cameraman asks Austin Aries and Bobby Roode for their thoughts on tonight’s match, and after mocking him for getting paid to ask stupid questions like that, they say that neither of them remember anything to do with ladders or weapons in their wrestling training. The Wolves may think they have the advantage because they’ve been in these matches before, but they could be playing right into their hands because relaxed rules open up a lot of opportunities. They plan to use the tables, ladders, and chairs to break the Wolves in half. They can fight as dirty as they want, and the dirtier, the better.

The Mystery Cameraman catches MVP coming into the building and asks him about the rumors of trouble in the BDC. MVP says there’s nothing to it, the Rising hits hard and everyone loses a battle or two, but the BDC is fine and actually, they’re stronger than ever.

Tag Team Title Series Match #4/Full Metal Mayhem: The Wolves vs Austin Aries & Bobby Roode

The Wolves take the early advantage, hitting the Dirty Hells hard and fast. Aries and Roode go to the floor to break up the momentum and everyone winds up with chairs in hand, but the Heels try to calm things down and use their chairs to take a seat at ringside and wait for the Wolves to put their chairs down. The Wolves comply, then boot Aries and Roode in the face when they pop up on the apron. They go for stereo dives, but the Heels had a ladder waiting for them and pop it right up in their faces as they go for the dive. We’re at commercial.

We’re back and the Wolves are still in control, stomping the Wolves out and using Aries’ shirt to choke Davey. Aries and Roode shut the Wolves down with stereo chinlocks, then they get the trash can lids and use them to part Eddie’s hair. The Heels set the ladder up in the corner, whip both Wolves into it, and then Roode whips Aries into the corner to hit the IED. Davey comes zipping right back out to take Roode out with a clothesline, then Eddie takes Aries out with a flying knee. Now the wolves are in control and the fans are chanting for tables as the Heels ditch out to the floor. The Wolves go for another stereo dive and conenct this time, and they’re so excited about it that they hit two more stereo dives. They go back inside where the Wolves use a chair to drill Aries and then assist in a double stomp to Roode’s back. A trash can lid shot to Aries gets 2, then Davey wraps a chain around his boot and tries for a kick on Aries. Aries ducks out of the way and rolls Davey into the Last Chancery, but Eddie breaks that up with a trash can shot. Roode sets up a table in the ring and the Heels hit a missile dropkick/powerbomb combo that puts Eddie through the table. Davey breaks up the cover at 2, then the Wolves hit Roode with the assisted alarm clock for 2, then they put a trash can lid over Aries head and bash him with a chair. Aries goes down in the corner and both men hit stereo Van Terminators, and Aries is DEAD. They haul Aries back to his feet anyway, still with the trash can over his head, but Roode comes out of nowhere to nail Davey with a chair and then low blow Eddie, allowing Aries to literally land on top of Eddie and pin him.

Winners: Bobby Roode & Austin Aries

Really good match, and a great way to set up the final.

Jeremy Borash is backstage with Matt Hardy, who says he’s been sitting home since Jeff got injured, but now he’s decided he wants to be the TNA World Champion. He doesn’t like EC3 and he thinks…well, EC3 comes in and says Matt owes him one and he’ll get a title shot after he beats Angle next week. Hardy asks EC3 what his legacy will be if Angle makes him tap out, and tells EC3 to think about it.

Josh and Pope are talking at ringside when suddenly, out of nowhere, Jeff and Karen Jarrett come out to ringside, shake the announcers hands, and get in the ring. Jeff says hell has frozen over and says he’ll address some of what happened tonight when he says he got a text from TNA management last week when they said they had a proposition for him. He was getting on a plane and didn’t even reply, but wanted to know what they wanted, and he rolled over the opportunities in his head, then texted them back and asked what they wanted. They wanted Jeff to come back and have a match, and he almost hung the phone up when he heard that because he doesn’t even wrestle for his own promotion, but then they told him it was his match, the match he designed, the King of the Mountain match. This won’t just be any episode of Impact, it’s the 13th anniversary of the company Jeff and his father co-founded in 2002, and he started thinking about all the great moments he had right here in the Impact Zone. He starts talking about all of the moments that mattered to him like Angle coming to TNA, Joe coming out and giving Angle the headbutt from hell, and watching AJ Styles and Beer Money develop. Jeff really had to think about how him being in TNA would affect the Global Force roster, how Karen would react,and Karen takes a mic and says he loves Jeff Jarrett, but as we all know, she’s a little different than Jeff, she didn’t know what to expect when Jeff told her about their conversation. They had moved on, Global Force Wrestling is their future and TNA was in the rearview mirror, so her emotions took over and she said absolutely not. But then Jeff kept laying it out to her because TNA is her baby, and as hard as it is for her to understand, she loves Jeff and supports him in anything and everything he chooses in life, and even this morning at 11 am on the phone with Sonjay Dutt, cried her eyes out asking why look in the rearview mirror when they have so much in the future, and Sonjay said Karen may never understand it, but Jeff didn’t go out the way he wanted to go out. No matter how bright the future is, he didn’t leave on his terms, and that being said, she didn’t get on the plane and get in this ring to get on a plane and go home. Jeff will leave TNA on his terms, and on Sunday, he’s going to make things right. Karen loves him and will be standing there by his side. Jeff said that we can bank on this: this Sunday at Slammiversary, the King of the Mountain officially declares himself in the match one last time he’s walking the tNA aisle, and he’ll be damned if he doesn’t climb the ladder and declare himself the King of the Mountain. Toby Keith said he might not be as good as he once was, but once, he can be as good as he ever was.

Bram vs Vader

Yeah, this is who I figured it’d be. He really kills the legend when he smiles on his way to the ring, especially when he’s wearing a t-shirt and warmup pants. They tie up and Vader just yanks Bram to the mat by the hair. Vader unloads on Bram in the corner, then whips Bram to the ropes and hits the Vader block. Vader with a short clothesline, but Bram tears Vader’s mask off and hammers him with hard right hands. He slaps Vader in the face a couple of times, and Vader responds by bowling Bram over with another big tackle for 2. Vader with another short clothesline, pulls up his pants, and then he heads to the second rope and hits the Vader Bomb. He hurts himself on the way down, but rolls over and covers Bram…who gets his foot on the rope at 2. Bram rolls out to the floor and gets his turnbuckle, then uses it to beat the crap out of Vader.

Winner: Vader by DQ

Bram continues the assault when, out of nowhere, Matt Morgan comes out of the back and destroys Bram, tossing him around and clotheslining him to the floor.

Sgt Chris Melendez vs Eric Young

Young starts whooping on Melendez right off the bat and doesn’t let up, unloading with right hands as Josh informs us that Bram and Matt Morgan will face off this weekend at Slammiversary. Young hits a DDT for 2, then dumps Melendez out to the floor. Young waits for Melendez to come back in and hits a neckbreaker for 2. Young tries tearing Melendez’ leg off again, but Melendez fights him off and then starts hammering him with forearms. Melendez goes for a backdrop, but Young counters to a piledriver for the win.

Winner: Eric Young

Young dusted Melendez pretty quick and easy here, match was okay but Melendez’ limitations were pretty glaring.

We come back from commercial as the BDC and the Rising are brawling in the aisle and into the ring, and suddenly Hernandez comes out of nowhere and flattens the entire Rising by himself. Drake and Micah get tossed to the floor and Hernandez gives Drew the Border Toss, then MVP stands over Drew and says if this is what he wants, then he should know that Hernandez is the newest member of the Beat Down Clan.

Next week: the tag title series concludes, Taryn Terrell defends the Knockouts Title against both Brooke and Awesome Kong, and Kurt angle defends the TNA World Title against Ethan Carter III.

And with all that out of the way, it’s…MAIN EVENT TIME!

TNA World Champion Kurt Angle vs Matt Hardy

Matt gets the early advantage, but Angle quickly turns that around with an overhead release suplex. Angle goes for a salto, but Hardy sits out and hits a Russian legsweep. They trade right hands until Angle ducks one and hits the rolling German suplexes. Angle goes for the Angle Slam, but Hardy slips out and hits the Side Effect for 2, but then Angle gets out of the Twist of Fate and hits the Angle Slam for 2. Angle gets the anklelock, Hardy counters to a victory roll for 2, then he gets Angle in a sleeper and hits another Side Effect for 2. Angle with more rolling German suplexes, but Hardy ducks another clothesline and hits a third Side Effect for a super close 2.999999999. Hardy with a fourth Side Effect, then a fifth, but Angle still kicks out at 2. Angle shoves off the Twist of Fate, Hardy hits it on a second attempt, but Angle kicks out again at 2.999999. Angle counters another Twist of Fate to the anklelock and Hardy taps out.

Winner: Kurt Angle

Short but solid main event. Ethan Carter III and Tyrus run in and try to attack Angle, but Hardy fights EC3 off before getting flattened by Tyrus. Angle takes Tyrus out with an Angle Slam and goes face to face with EC3, and Angle ducks a clothesline and gets EC3 in the anklelock. EC3 furiously taps out as we call it a week.

Thanks for reading the Impact Wrestling Report here on PWInsider.com, I’ll be back tomorrow to discuss Impact and more with Dave Scherer on the Stu & Pid Show!

Written by Stuart Carapola of PWInsider.com

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WWE Main Event Results – 6/24/15

We are in Toledo, Ohio and your announcers are Jerry Lawler and Rich Brennan.

Match Number One: Neville versus Heath Slater

Slater gets his foot up when Neville comes at him in the corner. They finally lock up and Neville with a wrist lock. Slater tries to get to the ropes and Slater with a reversal. Slater with an arm wringer but Neville flips and lands on his feet. Neville with a wrist lock and arm wringer. Neville leaps onto Slater’s back and follows with an arm drag into an arm bar.

Slater sends Neville to the mat and he chokes him in the corner with his boot. Slater with an Irish whip but Neville floats over and flips across the ring and hits a cross body and follows with a head scissors. Slater goes into the ropes and he punches Neville and connects with knees drops. Slater gets a near fall. Slater backs Neville into the corner and the referee pulls Slater out of the corner.

Slater with a snap mare and reverse chin lock. Neville with a jawbreaker and Slater responds with a jumping leg lariat for a near fall. Slater with a slam and he connects with knee drops. Slater poses for the crowd and that allows Neville to get a near fall with a rollup. Slater with punches and shoulders in the corner. The referee warns Slater but Slater with punches. He is warned again and Slater yells at the referee.

Neville with a super kick and then Neville goes up top for the Red Arrow and he hits it for the three count.

Winner: Neville

We take a look at John Cena’s comments from Raw and are reminded that their match is scheduled for Battleground.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Viktor says Macho Madness is running wild because you two are so delusional you should be locked away in a mental asylum. Konnor says something BROTHERRRRRRRRRRRR. They are going to beat the two of you down like the boring, generic losers you are deep down inside. Viktor says it is time to stop living in the past because now is the time of Total Destruction. They cannot be stopped no matter which ridiculous tag team you are dressed as.

Match Number Two: Curtis Axel and Damien Sandow versus Konnor and Viktor

Sandow and Viktor start things off and Viktor punches Axel on the apron. Sandow with jabs to Viktor but Viktor runs Sandow into the corner. Sandow fights out of the corner for a moment but Konnor tags in and Viktor with a drop toe hold. Konnor with a knee drop and he gets a near fall. Viktor tags in and hits a fist drop and gets a near fall. Viktor with an arm bar.

Konnor tags in and Konnor with a flying shoulder tackle off the turnbuckles for a near fall. Viktor tags back in and he kicks Sandow in the midsection. Viktor gets a near fall and then returns to the arm bar. Viktor with a knee to the midsection and both men go for clotheslines and they both go down.

Axel and Konnor tag in and Axel with a forearm to knock Viktor off the apron. Konnor with a punch and Axel starts to Hulk up. Axel with the finger point and punches followed by the big boot. Axel rips off the shirt and Viktor tries to interfere. Viktor is thrown over the top rope. Axel hits the leg drop of doom and then he tags in Sandow for the elbow drop but Viktor distracts Sandow. Konnor with a thrust kick and Viktor is tagged in. They hit Fall of Man on Sandow for the three count.

Winners: Konnor and Viktor

We go to commercial.

We are back and Wade Barrett joins Jerry and Rich at the announce table.

Adam Rose comes out and he says you just don’t get it. You underdeveloped dimwits don’t get the love between him and his muse Rosa. Our love burns brighter than the fire of a thousand suns. That makes you jelly of us. Being jelly makes you ugly. This audience is ugly enough. Adam tells Truth, King What’s Up . . . eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew. Your portrayal of royalty is a farce. The only royalty around here is his Rosa. Adam tells Rosa he loves us. Rosa says she loves us.

Match Number Three: R Truth versus Adam Rose (with Rosa Mendes)

Rose with a kick and he sends Truth into the turnbuckles and kicks him. The referee warns Rose and Rose with a side Russian leg sweep for a near fall. Rose with a reverse chin lock. Truth with punches but Rose with a punch. Rose with an Irish whip and he hits a running clothesline into the corner. Truth with a leg lariat.

Truth with an uppercut and clotheslines. Truth with a kick and he tries for a suplex but Rose lands on his feet. Truth tries for an O’Connor Roll but Rose holds on to the ropes. Truth with the What’s Up for the three count.

Winner: R Truth

After the match, Wade leaves in disgust and Truth poses in his bedsheet and Burger King crown. They have some words for each other and Barrett comes into the ring. Truth avoids a clothesline by doing a split and Truth with a What’s Up to Barrett.

We go to commercial.

We are back and we take a look at what happened during Raw with Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman as well as what happened at the end of Raw.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Luke Harper has something to say. He tells Cesaro that he sees him standing there all alone. Losing your partner has made you vulnerable. Losing my partner has only made me more dangerous. Are you afraid? You should be.

Match Number Four: Cesaro versus Luke Harper

Cesaro with a drop kick as the bell rings and he follows with European uppercuts and punches. Cesaro with a few more running European uppercuts followed by a regular European uppercut. Harper goes to the floor and he punches Cesaro from the floor. Harper with a punch to Cesaro. Harper with an Iris hwhip but he runs into an elbow. Cesaro with a clothesline followed by a dea lift side salto and Harper goes to the floor again.

Harper holds his arm but he connects with a thrust kick on the floor. Cesaro Irish whips Harper into the ringside barrier. Cesrao with a running European uppercut that sends Harper into Yeatonville. Cesaro sends Harper back into the ring. Cesaro with a kick and European uppercut. Cesaro with punches and kicks . Cesaro with a knee but Harper with a drop kick and Cesaro goes to the floor.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Harper with a reverse chin lock and a boot to the head. Harper gets a near fall. Harper catapults Cesaro’s throat into the middle rope. Harper with a chop. Cesaro goes over the top rope to the apron and he kicks Harper and then goes up top for a cross body and he gets a near fall. Harper with a kick to a charging Cesaro. Harper sets for a power bomb but Cesaro counters with a Saito suplex for a near fall.

Cesaro with a waist lock but Harper with elbows. Cesaro with a kick and Harper with a Bossman Slam for a near fall. Harper with a super kick and he gets a near fall. Harper with a Crossface and Cesaro gets to the ropes. Harper releases the hold and the referee warns him about the count. Harper sets for the discus lariat but Cesaro with three rolling German suplexes. Cesaro goes for a fourth but Harper gets to the ropes. The referee breaks things up and when he is out of position, Harper with a thumb to the eyes and he hits the discus lariat for the three count.

Winner: Luke Harper

We go to credits.

Written by Richard Trionfo of PWInsider.com

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