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The Hex Return, Steph De Lander Debuts On IMPACT Wrestling

It was an eventful night for the Knockouts division on February 9.

First up, Knockouts World Champion Mickie James teamed with Tommy Dreamer in an intergender tag team bout to take on Jason Hotch and John Skyler of The Good Hands. James was able to showcase her greatest hits, mostly on Hotch, but Skyler did pull her hair at one point like Bully Ray did. In the end, James pinned Hotch after hitting a DDT. Post-match, Masha Slamovich attacked to send a warning ahead of No Surrender.

Steph De Lander made her IMPACT debut against fellow powerhouse Jordynne Grace. De Lander was confident she would beat the former champ in a pre-match promo, but Grace brought the intensity as she does. De Lander proved she could hang with Jordynne, but an impressive Grace Driver secured the win for Grace.

In the tag division, Rosemary and Taya Valkyrie of The Death Dollz took on the tandem of Taylor Wilde and Killer Kelly. When not in the ring, Wilde read her tarot cards and wouldn’t tag in at certain points. Kelly sought a tag at the end, but Wilde threw a devil card at her, leading to Valkyrie hitting Road to Valhalla for the win.

After, Father James Mitchell returned and called out Rosemary. He revealed he was sent to put a ‘hex’ on her, which led to Allysin Kay and Marti Belle of The Hex ambushing Death Dollz from behind. Both are former Knockouts, but have dominated NWA’s women’s tag division as of late.

Additionally, Deonna Purrazzo confronted Gisele Shaw in catering and threw food in her face for bad-mouthing Chelsea Green. Santino Marella got involved and booked a singles match between the two for No Surrender on February 24.

Are you excited for these additions to the Knockouts division? Sound off below!


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