Impact Wrestling Slammiversary Results 7/17/21, Omega Retain In A Bloody Battle & Switchblade Arrives!

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Impact Wrestling Slammiversary Results 7/17/21

Impact Wrestling Slammiversary Results 7/17/21

The following are the Impact Wrestling Slammiversary Results 7/17/21

Rosemary and Havok defeat Fire N’ Flava to become the new knockouts tag team champions.

Josh Alexander defeats Ace Austin, Chris Bey, Petey Williams, Trey Miguel and Rohit Raju in an Ultimate X match to retain the X-Divison Championship.

Chelsea Green returns to Impact Wrestling as Matt Cardona’s tag team partner.

Matt Cardona and Chelsea Green defeat Brian Myers and Tenielle Dashwood.

W. Morrissey defeats Eddie Edwards

Impact Wrestling announces that “The Drama King” aka Aiden English is coming soon.

 

FinJuice is back. FinJuice defeats Madman Fulton and Shera.

Chris Sabin defeats Moose 

No Way Jose debuts as Fallah Bahh’s mystery partner. 

The Good Brothers defeat No Way Jose and Fallah Bah, Violent By Design, Rich Swann and Willie Mack to become the new Impact Wrestling Tag Team Championships.

Thunder Rosa appears as Deonna Purrazzo’s opponent.

Deonna Purrazzo defeats Thunder Rosa to retain the Knockouts Championship. 

After the match Mickie James returns and invites Purrazzo to NWA Empower. Purrazzo rejects her offer and says that everyone wants the Virtousa. She tells James to take her trash bag and get out. James then attacks her and hits her with the Mick Kick!

Kenny Omega defeats Sami Callihan in a hardcore match to retain the Impact Wrestling World Championship. That had to be seen to be believed!

After the match the lights went out and SwitchBlade Jay White arrived to confront Kenny Omega! Omega and The Good Brothers try to get White to “Too Sweet” them.

The show then goes off the air.

Exclusive: White was interrupted by FinJuice who attacked him and White hit the BladeRunner on Robinson before heading out.

That wraps up the Impact Wrestling Slammiversary Results 7/17/21.

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