IMPACT Wrestling Results for 3/16/21 FinJuice vs XXXL, Twelve Woman Tag Team Match

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FinJuice vs XXXL

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Larry and Juice kick things off before the tag champs double team Larry until he tags in Acey who manages to overwhelm both Juice and David and run them over with a running cross body. David hits running uppercuts in opposite directions before Acey accidentally hits Larry with a senton and FinJuice send him through the ropes before hitting a flap jack to Larry. Juice then takes out Acey at ringside before David pins Larry with a Shiranui for the win.

Winner: FinJuice defeat XXXL via pinfall.

- After the match the Good Brothers come out and talk about how busy they've been with IMPACT, Dynamite, and Karl has four children at home that he has to home school on Zoom. TGB then say that they want their titles back before FinJuice agree to give them a rematch in April when they come back from touring in Japan before the four men brawl and FinJuice escape.

- We get a run down for tonight's card before we're told that Trey Miguel will finally get his hands on Sami Callihan.

- We get a taped promo by Sami who says that Trey lacks the passion to get the job done and plans to make an example out of him as we go to commercial.

- We come back from the break to TGB complaining to Scott D'Amore about FinJuice taking the tag belts to Japan before they leave and Tommy Dreamer shows up and the two discuss the card for the next Impact Plus event Hardcore Justice.

- Violent By Design comes out to the ring with their latest member Rhino ahead of his match against Jake Something.

Jake Something (w/ James Storm & Chris Sabin) vs Rhino (w/ Violent By Design)

Rhino drops Jake and hits him with clubbing blows before Jake comes back with right hands and Deaner distracts him before Chris and Deaner brawl at ringside. Joe then chokes James against the steps before Rhino spears Jake for the pin and the win.

Winner: Rhino defeats Jake Something via pinfall.

- After the match VBD attack and lay out Jake, James, and Chris before we go back to commercial.

- Backstage the heel Knockouts team argue about how to proceed in their twelve woman tag match.

Rohit Raju vs Shera

Rohit tries to use his speed to be one step ahead of Shera before Shera drops him and Rohit rolls out of the ring before Shera hits several clotheslines. Rohit comes back with a high knee and a kick into a jumping knee before hitting a cannonball in the corner and Rohit hits a chokebreaker for a near fall. Rohit then gets out of the way of a spear and rolls Shera up with his feet on the ropes for the pin and the win

Winner: Rohit Raju defeats Shera via pinfall.

- Backstage Willie Mack congratulates Rich Swann on winning the TNA World Heavyweight Championship before Rich says they'll party later and he's going out to the ring as we go to commercial.

- Rich comes out to the ring and talks about becoming a double champion at the age of thirty before saying that he respects Moose and addresses the AEW World champion Kenny Omega. Rich talks about how they'll have a title versus title match at Rebellion before he's interrupted by Don Callis who comes out to the ring. Don says that he's proud of Rich and talks about their history before talking about how he replaced his shiny toy with a shinier toy with Kenny. Don asks Rich if he's been haunted by being pinned with the One Winged Angel at Hard to Kill before saying that Rich is a superstar and Kenny is a God of wrestling. Don talks about how he's always been there for Kenny when everyone doubted him and Rich made history at Sacrifice and will make history again at Rebellion.

Don then tells Rich that he's already written that history and tells Rich to sleep well before leaving as Rich stands in the ring as we go to commercial.

- Backstage Eddie Edwards talks with Matt Cardona before Brian Myers shows up and Eddie leaves before Brian and Matt talk and Brian says that IMPACT is his place, doesn't want him here and to get lost.

Tenille Dashwood (w/ Kaleb), Fire N' Flava, Deonna Purrazzo, Kimber Lee & Susan vs ODB, Jordynne Grace, Jazz, Havok, Nevaeh & Alisha

Tenille and ODB start things off before Susan and Nevaeh come in briefly before Kimber and Havok enter the match and Havok and Nevaeh double up on Kimber for two. Havok tosses Kiera around the ring before hitting a running splash in the corner and tags in Jazz before Deonna comes in and Jazz drops her with strikes. Tenille attacks Jazz from behind before Alisha comes in and clotheslines Tenille before everyone comes in one after another and hit a move. All of the women then brawl at ringside before Jordynne and Deonna hit topes and take out everyone at ringside as we go to commercial.

We come back from the break to Deonna in control of Alisha before Kimber and Susan comes in and Alisha and Susan hit each other with a running cross body. Jordynne and Kimber come in and Jordynne drops Kimber repeatedly before hitting a Michinoku driver for a deep two count before Jazz comes back in. Kimber hits Jazz with a sidewalk slam before everyone comes in and hits a move as the referee loses track of who's the legal woman. Ten of the twelve women then clear out of the ring before Jazz and Kimber exchange before Jazz locks in an STF for the tap and the win.

Winner: Jazz, Jordynne Grace, ODB, Havok, Alisha, and Nevaeh defeat Kimber Lee, Deonna Purrazzo, Susan, Fire N' Flava, and Tenille Dashwood via submission.

- Backstage the newly crowned X-Division champion Ace Austin is interviewed before he's interrupted by Chris Bey, Josh Alexander, and former champion TJP. TJP then informs Ace that he's already spoken to Scott and will be getting his rematch next week as we go to commercial.

- The X-Division Championship match is made official as well as Eddie Edwards versus Karl Anderson, and Deonna Purrazzo versus Jazz in a non-title match.

Sami Callihan vs Trey Miguel

Trey rushes the ring before the match starts and they exchange before Trey rocks Sami with a jumping knee and superkicks Sami out of the ring before hitting a wrecking ball dropkick. Trey sends Sami into the railing before digging into him with punches in the ribs and midsection before countering a powerbomb onto the stage. Sami then counters a DVD onto the ramp before Trey hits a 619 before Sami locks in a Boston crab at ringside as we go to commercial.

We come back from the break to Sami in control of Trey before whipping Trey into the corner and sending him upside down several times. Sami focuses on the ankle of Trey before Sami locks in a Boston crab in the ropes before Trey hits a step up enzuigiri when Sami is yelling at the referee. Sami then hits a rip cord lariat before calling for the piledriver and Trey counters into a jumping stomp as we go to commercial.

We come back from the break to Sami and Trey exchanging strikes until Trey hits a neckbreaker and misses a diving stomp before Sami hits a draping neckbreaker for a deep two count. Trey counters a powerbomb into a jack knife for two before Sami counters a sharpshooter and Trey locks in a hourglass submission. Sami bites his way free before hitting a lariat into a powerbomb before locking an STF before Trey gets to the ropes for the break. Trey rolls out of the ring before Sami sends him into the railing and chops him at ringside before Trey hits a rebound cutter off of the apron. Sami kicks Trey backwards into the steps head first before they both get into the ring at seven and Trey hits a swinging neckbreaker for a near fall.

Trey then goes up top before Sami makes sure the referee is in front of him before ripping Trey off of the top and hitting a package piledriver for the pin and the win.

Winner: Sami Callihan defeats Trey Miguel via pinfall.

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