Death Machine’s Double Jeopardy Match: Eric Young (w/ Deaner, Alan Angels & Kon) vs. Sami Callihan.
Deaner, Angels & Kon attacked Callihan ahead as he was making his entrance, with Callihan busted open following Deaner’s headbutts. The match officially began with Callihan getting back up and hitting a double-leg takedown on Young. Young hit a Death Valley Driver on Callihan before he rolled out of the ring. On the ringside area, Young gauged Callihan in the open wound. Callihan hit Young with a water bottle before hitting a chop on Young, but Young responded by decking Callihan with a punch. Young went for a suplex on Callihan on the outside, but Callihan reversed it into a suplex of his own on Young on the outside. Calllihan got a picture of the Deathdollz before ramming the picture on Young’s mouth and biting piece off the picture. Young got up and hit a back suplex on Callihan onto the apron before laying in the elbow strikes on Callihan on the apron. Young got on the apron and laid in his boot on Callihan’s head. Young booted Callihan in the head, but Callihan asked for more. Callihan and Young racked each other’s eyes before Callihan bit Young in the forehead before hitting a Death Valley Driver on Young onto the apron, busting Young open before the commercial break. Back from the break, Callihan bit Young’s head Callihan squeezed Young head onto the ring post before Young punched Callihan in the head to break the hold. Callihan rammed Young’s shoulder onto the ring post. Young went for a piledriver on Callihan on the outside, but Callihan countered it with a back-drop on Young onto the ringside floor. Callihan tossed a trash can onto the ring before he and Young got in the ring. Young hit Callihan with a trash can lid on his head and leg before locking in a knee bar on Callihan but Callihan reversed it with a Figure Four leg lock on Young. Young broke the hold by booting Callihan in the head. Callihan and Young got back up before exchanging chops before starting to exchange headbutts before the two collapsed onto the mat. Young ran the ropes before hitting Piledriver on Callihan, but Callihan kicked out at two. Young went for another piledriver, but Callihan pinched Eric’s Young’s before hitting a piledriver on Young for a near fall. Callhan fired away with a trash can lid before hitting a second and definitive Piledriver on Young for the pinfall win.
Winner: Sami Callihan.
With blood pouring all over the mat and the faces of the competitors, Callihan walked out of the ring as Deaner, Angels and Kon confronted Young in the ring. The three stared down at the prone & bloody Young on the mat as the broadcast ended.
There was a short vignette of Eric Young, Alan Angels, Kon, and Deaner highlighting how violent they are. Young stated that he warned Sami Callihan that the world belongs to Violence and that he taught him a lesson for failing to see the vision.
Sami Callihan vs. Eric Young w/Cody Deaner
Callihan ducks a clothesline from Young. Callihan with a Pop Up PowerBomb. Callihan knocks Deaner off the ring apron. Young with a straight right hand. Young rakes the eyes of Callihan. Callihan with a knife edge chop. Callihan inadvertently chops the steel ring post. Young with a running forearm smash. Young with a Running Boot. Callihan slams Young’s head on the ring apron. Callihan rakes the back of Young. Callihan begs Deaner to hit him. Young kicks Callihan in the gut. Young goes for a PileDriver, but Callihan blocks it. Callihan uppercuts Young. Callihan rakes the chest of Young. Callihan with a Counter Vertical Suplex on the floor. Callihan starts biting the right ear of Young. The referee admonishes Callihan.
Deaner drops Callihan with a Running Lariat behind the referee’s back. Young with clubbing blows to Callihan’s back. Young kicks Callihan in the face. Young denies The PileDriver. Young hammers down on Callihan’s back. Young poses for the crowd. Young goes for The PileDriver, but Callihan counters with a Back Body Drop. Young HeadButts Callihan. Callihan and Young are trading back and forth shots. Yong ducks a clothesline from Callihan. Young clotheslines Callihan. Young drags Callihan to the corner. Young goes for The MoonSault, but Callihan ducks out of the way. Callihan with two short-arm lariats. Callihan ducks a clothesline from Young. Callihan with a running clothesline. Callihan prepares for The Cactus Driver #97. Callihan gets distracted by Young’s Army Of Violence. VBD gangs up on Callihan which forces the disqualification. Deaner reveals the two newest members of VBD, Alan Angels and Big Kon. After the match, Young stabs Callihan with a spike.
Winner: Sami Callihan (By Disqualification)
Josh Alexander walked to the ring in street clothes. He took the mic and talked about how Impact gave him a chance when no one else would. He said without Impact, there may not be a “Walking Weapon” Josh Alexander. He said he was proud to fight for Impact against Honor No More at No Surrender. He talked about the title match at No Surrender.
Alexander talked about how Scott D’Amore has accused him of not keeping his composure. He challenged whoever wins the title at No Surrender to a title match. He was cut off by Big Kon (formerly Konnor of the Ascension in WWE). Kon got in the ring and went face to face with Alexander. Alexander challenged him to a match right now. A referee got in the ring.
Josh Alexander Vs Big Kon
Kon attacked Alexander at the bell. Alexander quickly took him down and put Kon in the ankle lock. Kon put up a fight, but tapped out.
Winner: Josh Alexander
Alexander put the ankle lock on Kon after the match. Security came to break it up. Alexander decked security. Scott D’Amore ran out and Alexander pushed him down. Scott recovered and took the mic. He said he just came out to reminisce. He talked about the history between him and Alexander. He talked about watching Alexander rise to the top.
Top Rope Belts Battle Royal: Shane Taylor def. Johnny Swinger, Mr. Hughes, Shane Douglas, Moses, Fallah Bahh, Mike Jackson, Zuka King, Davey Richards, Marcus Kross, Jackie Hines, Kerry Morton, Cyrus, Brad Attitude, Arik Royal, Blanco Loco, Axton Ray, Gustavo, Big Kon, Vik and Griff Garrison
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The Ascension (c) vs. The American Pitbulls
Richards and Victor lock up to begin the match. Richards is for some reason now named Derek Billington and Edwards is now John Cahill. Who comes up with this stuff?! Victor takes early control. Billington manages to get to the corner and bring in Billington. The Ascension also makes a tag.
Billington makes a tag as O’Brian sends Cahill into the ropes (I hope you appreciate me sticking with these awful awful names WWE). A couple of nice double-teams from the Pitbulls, the latter sends Victor to the outside.
O’Brian takes out Billington before bringing Victor back in. I heard Richards got a neck injury in this match, I can see why, ouch! Victor lifts Billington up for a belly to back; Billington goes to use the momentum to land on his feet. He doesn’t quite spin over properly and ends up landing awkwardly on his head. Like I said, ouch!
Victor goes for the same move and this time Billington lands correctly. Billington makes toward The Pitbulls’ corner to make the tag. Victor holds Billington’s leg to stop him but Billington connects with an enziguri second time lucky. Cahill comes in.
He takes down Victor and goes after O’Brian in the corner. Running high knee from Cahill on Victor. Pin broke up by O’Brian. O’Brian sent to the outside after Cahill drops the rope. Victor sent flying after him. Double suicide dive from The American Pitbulls.
Back in the ring, Billington tagged in and he goes up top. Billington lets out a howl (a bit like a wolf would do) and drops a big head-butt onto Victor. Two-count. Billington off the ropes but Victor with a big counter and a tag to O’Brian.
Victor takes out Cahill and The Ascension hit the Fall of Man to retain.
Winners: The Ascension
After the match, Hunico and Camacho are out to the ramp to stare down the Champs. In response, Ascension send a message to them with a double team on Cahill before hitting another Fall of Man. They held their belts in the direction of Hunico & Camacho.
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Jeff Jarrett vs. Ryan O’Reilly
Out comes NWA World Champion Jeff Jarrett. Ladders are set up all over the arena as a glimpse of what lies ahead at TNA’s first 3 hour PPV Victory Road where Jarrett will defend against Jeff Hardy in a ladder match. Jarrett took the fight to the outside where he used the ladders set up around the arena to his advantage. Jarrett then brought one of the ladders into the ring as well. Jarrett whipped O’Reilly into the ladder in the corner and then executed The Stroke for the victory in a quick match.
Winner: Jeff Jarrett
-After the match, Jarrett continued to beat on Ryan O’Reilly. Hardy came out for the save. Hardy got up on top of the ladder in the ring to the delight of the crowd but Jarrett escaped.
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Heavy Machinery vs. The Ascension
Viktor and Tucker begin. They lock up and Tucker grounds things. Viktor battles back, but Tucker runs him over with a shoulder tackle. The Ascension cut Tucker off, but Otis tags in and fires up. He slams Konnor to the buckles, tags in Tucker and it breaks down. Viktor is tosses and then pulls Tucker to the floor. Konnor works over Tucker, and Viktor hits the jumping knee strike for 2. He follows with chops, tags in Konnor and double teams follow for 2. Tucker battles back, but Viktor cuts him off. Tucker dumps him, and Konnor misses a charge. Otis tags in, runs wild and suplexes Viktor. The caterpillar follows. Tucker tags in and the compactor finishes it.
Winners: Heavy Machinery
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Unfortunately, The Ascension wasn’t used on this week’s RAW, but they made it onto this week’s Main Event. To find out what The Ascension are up to on this week’s Main Event, click show
6th Annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
We go to the ring with Tom Phillips, Aiden English and Byron Saxton. The ring is full of Superstars as SNL’s Michael Che and Colin Jost make their way out. The Hardy Boys, Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy, are out next. We go back to the panel to discuss the Battle Royal as The Hardys make their entrances. The ring is now full of Superstars waiting to get started. Braun Strowman makes his way out next to a pop.
Luke Harper stares Strowman down as he enters the ring. Che and Jost retreat and hide under the ring to start. Lince Dorado and Curtis Axel get tossed to start. Bodies start flying by Braun as Lince Dorado, Curtis Axel, Tyler Breeze, Shelton Benjamin and Bo Dallas are eliminated. Titus O’Neil eliminates Heath Slater. Apollo and Bobby Roode work on Apollo Crews. Titus works on Ali. Titus gets eliminated. Ali works on No Way Jose now. Jose gets eliminated. Heavy Machinery with a big double team on Braun. Braun ends up knocked to the floor but he goes through the ropes. Karl Anderson goes to the top but Titus eliminates him. The Hardys eliminate Rhyno. Roode and Matt go at it in the corner. Jeff with the double team on Roode. Roode gets eliminated. Gran Metalik gets eliminated. Andrade eliminates Kalisto.
Chad Gable with German suplexes on Andrade now. Andrade eliminates Gable. Tucker and Otis double team Konnor and Viktor with a double Caterpillar. Braun runs back in and eliminates two Superstars, then Tucker and Otis. Braun also eliminates Harper and another Superstar in mid-move. Andrade ends up eliminating himself. Jost and Che come from under the ring and tr to eliminate Braun from behind while others are also trying to eliminate him. Braun eliminates Matt and Jeff. Braun stares Che and Jost down now.
Jost says not everything has to end in violence and there are other solutions. Jost says he brought his therapist and wants them to work through this anger. The therapist enters the ring and starts talking to Braun. Braun destroys the guy while warning Jost about what is to come to him. Jost orders Che to attack Braun but he looks terrified also. Braun grabs Che as he tries to climb over the top. Che is eliminated. Jost tries to eliminate Braun and he comes close to it. Braun hangs on and fights back into the ring with a boot. Braun scoops Jost and tosses him over the top rope, onto another group of Superstars on the outside. Braun gets the win.
Winner: Braun Strowman
Lucha House Party (Kalisto & Gran Metalik with Lince Dorado) and The Ascension (Konnor & Viktor) make their entrances.
The Ascension Vs. Lucha House Party
Konnor has words with Dorado at ringside. Kalisto dropkicks Konnor. Kalisto pins Konnor for a one count. Kalisto escapes a scoop slam attempt by Konnor. Viktor tags in as Metalik is tagged in as well. Metalik ducks a clothesline attempt by Viktor. Metalik chops Viktor. Metalik hits a dropkick from off the second rope on Viktor. Metalik pins Viktor for a two count. Later in the match, Metalik goes for a cross-body on Konnor. Konnor catches Metalik, Metalik reverses it into a DDT on Konnor. Viktor is tagged in, as is Kalisto. Kalisto hits a cross-body on Viktor.
Kalisto hits a spinning elbow from the second rope on Viktor. Kalisto hits a basement-runna on Viktor before pinning him for a two count. Viktor hits an uppercut on Kalisto. Konnor is tagged back in. Konnor sends Viktor towards Kalisto in the corner. Kalisto dumps Viktor over the top rope, Metalik dropkicks Viktor’s legs out on the apron to send him to ringside. Konnor strikes Kalisto. Kalisto kicks Konnor. Metalik tags in as Kalisto hits Salida Del Sol on Konnor. Metalik hits an Elbow Drop from off the top rope on Konnor. Metalik pins Konnor for the win.
Winners: Lucha House Party
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