This week’s IMPACT Wrestling featured highlights from the company’s recent show in Glasgow, Scotland.
In mixed tag action, Deonna Purrazzo teamed with Moose and Brian Myers to take on Subculture’s Dani Luna, Mark Andrews, and Flash Morgan Webster. Intergender rules applied, which afforded Luna the opportunity to not back down from either Myers or Moose.
Purrazzo mostly worked Luna and nearly won the match for her team with the legsweep and armbar combo, but Andrews broke it up. In the closing moments, Purrazzo booted Webster before Luna dragged her out. Moose then hit Andrews with a Spear to win it for their team.
Later on, Knockouts World Champion Trinity battled Emersyn Jayne in a non-title bout. Jayne declined to shake Trinity’s hand, which didn’t sit well with the champ.
Jayne was able to showcase her strength with a sliding German suplex and a Northern Lights suplex in an attempt to put Trinity away. In the end, the Rear View and the sit-out bomb afforded Trinity the victory just 24 hours before her next title defense.
As noted, Trinity will defend the Knockouts title against Purrazzo one more time at Turning Point on Friday. Gail Kim will serve as the special guest referee, and if Purrazzo loses, she cannot challenge Trinity again.
Looking ahead, Purrazzo has been announced for next week’s show as she goes one-on-one with her Bound For Glory tag partner Tasha Steelz in Chicago.
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