Fire ‘N Flava are seemingly no longer a tag team as Savannah Evans makes an emphatic IMPACT debut.
The two-time Knockouts Tag Team Champions, Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz) have been surrounding by tension ever since they lost their tag titles at Slammiversary to Decay. Since then they lost their rematch for the titles along with their match tonight against Jordynne Grace & Rachael Ellering. All of these matches had one thing in common, Hogan took the pin each time.
After the match with Grace & Ellering still didn’t go Fire ‘N Flava’s way, the former champions were still in the ring when Savannah Evans appeared. Evans went after Hogan and laid her out on the mat only for Steelz to stand there and do nothing about it. Evans and Steelz left the ring together and made their way up the ramp to end the segment.
It has been previously reported that Hogan will be leaving IMPACT. She announced through her Only Fans that her last taping was completed which we are seeing playing out on television right now.
Other moments for the Knockouts this week include Taylor Wilde explaining what happened to her when she was gone for two months. She says it was Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb with a K that made it so she could not be present when she just had returned from retirement. She says that it was these two who made it so she could not come back across the border from Canada as they reported her as suspicious. She was reported by someone named “Kalvin with a K.”
Wilde defeated Kaleb last week in an intergender match and now she has her eyes set on Tenille with a T. She faces her next week after Scott D’Amore made it official on Dashwood’s All About Me.
A further look into the new Kimber Lee was provided as well. She is referring to Su Yung now as mother and wants to bring her souls. Lee says she wants to bring her the soul that she desires and then asks her, “mother, may I?” Yung replies with, “the time has come.”
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