Impact recap & reactions: W. Morrissey stalking Moose & the world title

wrestling effect (January 13, 2022) Fallout from hard to kill. W. Morrissey didn’t finish chasing Moss for the Impact World Title, Diona Pirazzo won the ROH Women’s Championship, and a group of violent ROH baddies invaded the area of ​​impact.

in a hard to killMoss withdrew to retain the influential world championship with a hat-trick against Matt Cardona and W. Morrissey. Moose were kept by hook and crook. He pulled the referee from the ring when Cardona appeared to have suspended Morrissey on all three counts. Moss was also saved after Morrissey crushed him with a powerful bomb. Maurice Moss was stopped for ten seconds, but the referee was knocked out. Moose ended up throwing Cardona to victory.

To start wrestling effect, Morrissey was clutching the cheeks of security personnel and searching for Moose for an instant title shot. He walked into the ring, pleading for satisfaction. Morrissey has dared to own balls for once in his life and face man-to-man. Moss replied from the big screen to say he would be busy defending the world title against someone who had never received a shot before.

The challenger turns out to be former NWA TV Champion Zicky Dice. His preparation involved loading carbs onto a giant Serious Pizza.

When it came time to fight for the world title, Moose didn’t even bother changing to his wrestling gear. Moss ate a punch and then slammed the yurangi Zeke onto the carpet for an easy win.

After Scott D’Amore warned not to interfere, Morrissey gently waited for the fiasco to finish before heading to the ring. Moss didn’t back down, but Morrissey had the upper hand with his punches. Dice woke up from his stupor to walk around in front of a large shoe. This allowed Space for Moss to escape from the ring but without the belt. Morrissey held the gold high and then turned his attention to VSK, who was leaning toward the dice in the ring. While Morrissey strangled VSK, Moss grabbed his title once more. Morrissey gave a behind-the-scenes chase only to find Moss driving away in a car.

Oh, this row got me excited. A head-to-head encounter with Morrissey and Moss was just what I wanted since we worked together as partners. Since they’re both heels, I really hope Impact doesn’t introduce a three-way lovable face. Just give me these two mean big guys hitting each other’s stuffing. I suppose Moose probably won’t lose the Impact title until Josh Alexander challenges the belt, but Morrissey is so physically imposing that I can make myself think that a title change could happen before Alexander gets his shot.

Let’s start the rest of the show.

The Black Bull defeated the King of Drama. Pre-show work ended with Taurus using an imaginary seated passenger.

Matt Taffin tried to grab the comment table. When Dillo Brown resisted, the invading ROH faction beat him up. Mike Bennett, Vincent, and Maria Kanellis were in for a mess. PCO crashes on D’Lo through a table.

Laredo Kid defeated Chris Bay. X-Division champ Trey Miguel filled in the comment, because D’Lo was helpless. Bay focused on making a statement for Trey. All signs pointed to Bay as the next contender, but Laredo took the win with a Spanish Fly.

Eddie Edwards, Rich Swann, Willie Mac, Heath, and Reno were angry because ROH goons attacked them in hard to kill They stole their moment to celebrate victory in the militants’ war. Edwards suggested they break up with ROH before they strike again.

“Speedball” Mike Bailey defeated Jake Something. Ace Austin and Madman Fulton were in the suspension. It looks like Ace vs Bailey will be in the near future. During the match, Billy was hit by the stronger Jake, but the speedball spiked quickly and balled. Billy called with a double spinner kick and then finished with a shooting star hitting his knees.

Although Good Brother and Violent by Design lost the hardcore war, they decided to stay together to serve a greater interest in defeating tag team rivals. They find that Heath and the rhinoceros have been beaten backstage by ROH. Instead of uniting as Team Impact, the good brothers and VBD put the shoes on the already injured Heath and Rhino.

Matt Cardona and Chelsea Green have not won their matches in hard to kill, but they change something positive to always be ready. Tasha Stiles interrupted her win in a Knockouts Ultimate X match. Trivia Talks has prepared a singles match for the next week.

Masha Salamovich defeated Vert Vixen. The Russian took care of working with a modified Michinoku driver.

Josh Alexander ended up waiting for his shot to reclaim the influential World Championship from Moss. Charlie Haas interrupted to request a match. Alexander refused at first, but would gladly oblige after winning the title. Haas stabbed the bear, and the fist broke, and kissed Alexander the next week.

Mickey James warned Rok-C that Deonna Purrazzo is willing to do whatever it takes to win the ROH Women’s title.

Demore reported that the ROH faction is not acting on behalf of ROH. They have gone rogue!

Jonah defeated Raj Singh. Singh demanded a fight, so Demore was obligated to Jonah. Run Senton and Flying Splash for a squash win.

The Influence are waiting for their Knockouts tag title shot after they missed IInspiration hard to kill. Rosemary and Havok have offered to help fill in the time with next week’s game.

Eddie Edwards was found beaten backstage, most likely by ROH.

Jonathan Grisham has denied any involvement with the ROH rioters. Steve McClain interrupted the accusations, so Grisham offered a title match to defend the honor of the ROH World Championship. This will go down next week.

Deonna defeated Purrazzo Rok-C. The main match was the winner-takes-all with the AAA Reina de Reinas Championship and the ROH Women’s Championship on the line. Purrazzo was in trouble with introducing Rok Lock, but was able to counter and go with the arm bar. When Rok-C was fading, the referee was about to call the bell. She grabbed his pants to show she was unbeatable in spirit. Purrazzo grabbed this free arm for Venus de Milo’s victory on the double arm bar. Purrazzo is a double champion again.

After the match, Maria Kanellis asked Purrazzo to hand over the ROH belt. Purrazzo did not listen, so the ROH faction surrounded her. The drama king will not stand such rudeness towards his queen. His rescue attempt is soon dispatched by a numbers game, but it allows Purrazzo to escape. Swann and Mac ran into the ring, and were beaten. ROH stood tall to close the show.

The effect began in the next chapter after that hard to kill On a strong note, short and long term. Laredo Kid vs. Chris Bey, Mike Bailey vs. Jake Something, and Deonna Purrazzo vs. Rok-C were very good matches. In the short term, next week’s show is well prepared for Jonathan Grisham to defend the ROH World Championship. With so much going on, it’s easy to forget Charlie Haas’ return for the match against Josh Alexander. That was a great blast from the past.

The story with ROH is full of intrigue as a long-term development angle. It got me hooked. I’m not necessarily interested in Matt Taffin leading the attack, but I’m curious as to how things will unfold. Intrigue abounds because Gresham and Rok-C are not part of the acquisition, so it shows there must be a more targeted target of the company against the company.

One of the stories I’ve been baffled by is the recent interview sessions with Matt Cardona and Chelsea Green. Cardona stays true to the ever-ready form, but Green seems to be planting the seeds of some sort. She seems to believe in Cardona more than he believes in himself. Could this lead to a heel turn from Cardona as the green returns to a hot mess? Impact has a consistent track record recently of doing things for a planned purpose. This leads me to believe that something will develop from these sectors.

One last item on my wishlist. When IInspiration returns, I really hope Impact brings back Jay Vidal as their server. He was hilarious during the Las Vegas tapings, especially unlike Caleb Conley.

Share your thoughts on Impact Wrestling. What was your favorite match? Who stole the show?

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