Due to technical difficulties here are rapid fire results for Impact from September 8, 2022

Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis) vs Bullet Club (Ace Austin & Chris Bey)

  • Aussie Open was attacked before the match even started
  • Aussie Open was cut off from each other
  • Bey went for a frog splash and only got a two count as Davis broke the count up
  • Aussie Open took over the match and  setup and executed Coriolis on Bey and that was all she wrote

Winners: Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis)

Backstage, Honor No More (minus PCO & Vincent) was focused on gaining more titles while Eddie Edwards concentrated on taking out Heath later on tonight while Heath continued his attack against all of HNM

Mickie James vs Raychell Rose

  • Rose didn’t look to bad but this match was as close to a squash as you can get
  • There was some back and forth but in the end James won after landing a Mick-OT

Winner: Mickie James

Scott D’Amore was with Mia Yim. Kenny King plowed his way through and told Yim to leave. King asked D’Amore what he’s missing as he thinks he should be deeper in the card. D’Amore then announced that since King was so impatient to compete, he would face Yuya Uemura coming up next.

Gia Miller is backstage with Steve Maclin. Miller asked Maclin about this deal with Moose. Maclin played it off. Miller said that if they aren’t working together then why are they teaming next week? This upset Maclin and he left.

Yuya Uemura vs Kenny King

  • Uemura is a NJPW Young Lion
  • Uemura was in controlof the match for the most part
  • King came back and did some ground and pound
  • King looked to hit the Royal Flush, Uemura escaped
  • King started cheating a bit
  • Uemura headed to the top rope and landed a flying crossbody to pickup a huge victory in his Impact debut.

Winner: Yuya Uemura

A Sami Callihan video aired where he is super laser focused at Victory Road against Moose and Maclin.

A promo aired for “Big” Joe Doering and the “Keep Calm and Kick Ass” t-shirt available now at ShopImpact.com with 100% of the proceeds going to Joe Doering and his upcoming battle against brain cancer.

Deaner and Eric Young are in the back. Young challenged Deaner and he accepted.

Chelsea Green (w/Deonna Purrazzo) vs Taya Valkyrie (w/Rosemary & Jessicka)

  • Both women wanted to start the match with an advantage so we got good back and forth action
  • Green didn’t hit her finisher and all the  women were involved
  • Taya Valkyrie overpowered Green through the match
  • Green hit an unprettyHer for the win in a luck chance to get the win

Winner: Chelsea Green (w/Deonna Purrazzo) 

Gia Miller is backstage with Knockouts world champion Jordynne Grace. Grace had choice words for her next opponent Masha Slamovich. A message popped up reading “Mashas Gonna Kill You” on a locker room wall.

Brian Myers (c) vs Bhupinder Gujjar for the Digital Media title

  • Gujjar stole the belt so Myers is on is way to get it back
  • Gujjar is trying to prove that he is championship material
  • Myers took control but it didnt last long as Gujjar came back to once again want to prove he is the rightful champ
  • Gujjar ends up hitting Myers with the title after a confusing sequence outside the ring
  • Myers wins but Gujjar takes the belt he doesn’t own to the back

Winner: Brian Myers via DQ

A promo aired where Jordynne Grace will compete against an opponent determined by Masha Slamovich in a “Pick Your Poison” match at Victory Road.

Gail Kim confronted Tasha Steelz and Savannah Evans. Kim stated that Killer Kelly has requested that they be ringside next week during Kelly’s match.

Eddie Edwards vs Heath

  • Edwards attacked Heath before her could even get his t-shirt off. While Heath attempted a comeback, Edwards proceeded to lay a beatdown on Heath
  • Edwards took control after a commercial
  • Heath didn’t hit a Wake up Call
  • Edwards didn’t land the Boston Knee Party and this had Mike Bennett interrupt the match
  • Heath was focused on Bennet and Edwards hit a low blow and a Boston Knee Party for the Win

Winner: Eddie Edwards

After the match, Edwards called out Josh Alexander and wants an answer if they will join forces. Alexander comes out and stood opposite of Edwards. Honor No More attacked. Heath and Rich Swann tried to even the odds but it was too much. Edwards hit Alexander with a Boston Knee Party and held the title to end the show.