Champions Continue To Reign Supreme, X-Division Is Number One Contender-less | IMPACT Fight Size

Here is your post-IMPACT Against All Odds fight size update.

- Tommy Dreamer and Sami Callihan defeated The Good Brothers in the opening match of the night. Callihan saved the match after Gallows and Anderson hit Dreamer with a Magic Killer through a table. He would eventually score the victory for his team by pinning Karl Anderson.

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- Joe Doering defeated his old All Japan Pro Wrestling rival, Satoshi Kojima. Unfortunately for the NJPW talent, Eddie Edwards' presence at ringside wasn't enough to help him overcome the Violent By Design powerhouse.

- The X-Division #1 Contenders match ended in a no-contest after Madman Fulton got involved and laid waste to the entire field. Josh Alexander will have to wait a little bit longer to find out who the next challenger to his title will be.

- Though he put up a valiant fight, Rich Swann was not able to overcome W. Morrissey as the former WWE Superstar picked up yet another victory in IMPACT Wrestling.

- Tenille Dashwood was able to roll up Jordynne Grace for the win thanks to a distraction from Kaleb that allowed her to escape a submission hold. Rachael Ellering tried to help, but Grace was unappreciative and yelled at her partner for not letting her handle everything on her own.

- Jake Something interrupted Sam Beale's lesson with Brian Myers. Jake challenged Brian to a match, but The Most Professional Wrestler taught Beale to never take the bait.

- Fire 'N Flava were able to defeat Susan and Kimber Lee to retain their Knockouts Tag Team Titles.

- Violent By Design's Rhino and Deaner defeated Decay's Crazzy Steve and Black Taurus to retain the IMPACT World Tag Team Championships.

- Steve Maclin says that torture is time and that he has had an abundance of that to get to know himself. He doesn't have to bury who he is deep down anymore. He is excited to introduce everyone to Mr. Mayhem.

- The reign of The Virtuosa continues, as Deonna Purrazzo was able to put away Rosemary and retain the Knockouts Championship.

- Kenny Omega retained the IMPACT World Title in his match against Moose. He received a helping hand from The Young Bucks, however, who interfered when the referee was knocked out. After the bell, Sami Callihan, the next in line for a shot at the belt, appeared and began assaulting The Elite members. Don Callis came to ringside and started berating Callihan and "fired" him from IMPACT Wrestling. Scott D'Amore, who called the finish "bullshit," argued with Callis as the show went off the air.

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