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Hello Knockout fans and welcome to this week’s Impact Write-Up! After the events of Slammiversary, where we have seen Sienna defeat Rosemary to become the Unified Knockouts Champion, Sienna looks to stay at the top against Rebel in a non-title matchup. Let’s go straight to the action.

First we see Gail Kim chatting with McKenzie Mitchell about an announcement regarding her future. What could it be? That will happen next week!

And next, we see Rebel taking on the Unified Knockouts Champion Sienna one on one. A kick to the gut from Sienna starts off the match followed by whipping Rebel to turnbuckles. Rebel goes for a kick but Sienna rejects it, takes her down and kicks her down. Sienna goes for Rebel in the corner but Rebel counters it and tries builds momentum with her Cartwheel Elbow Smash but Sienna caught it and nails the German Suplex.

Sienna builds up her own brand of momentum but Rebel stops it temporarily. Sienna tries to regain that momentum but Rebel starts rolling with a forearm smashes, running hip attack, running double knee and the cartwheel clothesline.

Rebel then went after Sienna’s cousin KM by stomping on his hand, and attempting a diving crossbody the outside did not work, but she slaps the guy. Once Rebel got back in the ring, she tried for a finisher, but Sienna countered it with a variation of the Guillotine Choke and Rebel taps out.

Thoughts: Say whatever you want about Sienna, my thoughts on her don’t affect her in any way. But at the rate she’s going, she is looking to be more dominant by the minute.

Also, this was a great showing by Rebel. Coming back from her STARDOM trip really helped her get some confidence. But don’t underestimate the champ, she is on a roll this year. Hopefully a rematch with Rosemary down the line will spark some interest, but that is up to management as well as the fans.

Also, I wonder what Gail Kim has to say next week. If she’s going to say what I think she is going to say, I have to respect it. The future is looking bright in GFW Impact, and it starts with the strong Knockouts division.

What did you think of this week’s Impact? Let us know in the comments below!