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Death Dollz And Mickie James Remain Champions Following IMPACT No Surrender

IMPACT Wrestling presented three Knockouts matches on their No Surrender card on February 24.

During the Countdown pre-show, Deonna Purrazzo and Gisele Shaw kicked off the night with a singles clash. Shaw controlled the pace to start, but Purrazzo worked her arm with several armbars. At the end, Jai Vidal distracted the ref while Savannah Evans ran in and slammed The Virtuosa. Shaw pinned Purrazzo for the win.

In the second match of the main card, Taya Valkyrie and Jessicka of The Death Dollz put their Knockouts World Tag Team Championship on the line against The Hex. All four women highlighted their strength from bell to bell as The Hex spent their time double teaming the champs as often as they could. When it all broke down, Valkyrie took care of Kay while Jessicka nailed Belle with the Sick Driver to retain.

Then in the semi-main event of the evening, Mickie James and Masha Slamovich wrestled for the first time ever with the Knockouts title on the line. Both women pulled out their signature moves and kept the action scrappy. At one point, James bit Masha’s tongue to break a hold.

In the closing moments, Masha locked Mickie in a chokehold in the ropes but had to break it. Masha then hit a Codebreaker, however Mickie managed to stack on top of her for the three-count to retain. Slamovich was left speechless as Hardcore Country’s reign lived to see another day.

IMPACT’s next live special will be Sacrifice on Friday, March 24, when the company returns to Canada for the first time since before the pandemic.

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