This week’s IMPACT kicked off with Masha Slamovich and Killer Kelly clashing in a singles match that was postponed following their participation in Hardcore War at Rebellion.
They stayed evenly matched to start until Slamovich grounded Kelly with a Camel Clutch while raking her nose and biting her forehead. When Masha tried to apply a sleeper hold, Kelly backed her into the corner to break it.
They took turns driving each other into the mat before Kelly applied her Killer Clutch. Slamovich was able to roll back and stack on top of her for the three-count. However, Kelly kept the clutch applied and made Masha tap out. Despite losing, Kelly was the one who left on her own two feet.
Later, Trinity was interviewed by Gia Miller when Jai Vidal interrupted to take a selfie. Trinity asked who that was, and Gia informed her that he works here.
In the main event, The Coven defended the Knockouts World Tag Team Championship against the unlikely duo of Deonna Purrazzo and Jordynne Grace. The tandems took turns double-teaming each other, which produced some fun offense for Purrazzo and Grace.
The Coven then spent several minutes picking Purrazzo apart until she was able to secure the hot tag. Grace cleaned house against both women, but King was able to break up pinfall attempts on Wilde. In the end, Grace accidentally bumped Purrazzo off the apron, which allowed The Coven to double team Grace, and Wilde scored the pinfall.
After, The Coven continued attacking Grace until Trinity made the save. Trinity and Grace side-eyed each other but shook hands before the show went off the air.
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