IMPACT Wrestling presents Day 2 of the Down Under Tour in Australia.
Adam Brooks vs Robbie Eagles – Oceania Pro Wrestling’s Men’s Championship
The first-ever OPW Champion will be crowned as two of Australia’s best go head to head! It’s a stalemate in the early going as both competitors match each other’s pace. Brooks sends him head-first into the turnbuckles. Brooks attempts a Crossface but Eagles immediately rolls through. Brooks hits a pump kick from the apron instead. Moments later, Eagles creates separation with a running clothesline to the back of Brooks’ head. Eagles hits running double knees for two. Brooks avoids the 450 splash but Eagles fires back with a series of kicks. Brooks drapes him over the top rope with a TKO, followed by a tornado DDT for another near fall. The action is back and forth as both competitors looks for an opening. Eagles spikes him with a reverse Rana, followed by Sliced Bread for two. Brooks locks in the Ron Miller Special but Brooks makes it to the bottom rope. Brooks gets his knees up on the 450 splash, the soars with the Swanton Bomb to win.
Adam Brooks def Robbie Eagles – NEW Oceania Pro Wrestling’s Men’s Champion
Gisele Shaw claims that tonight will be different when she once again challenges Deonna Purrazzo for the Knockouts World Title. Shaw proved her technical prowess when she submitted Erika Reid last night.
The Natural Classics (Stevie & Tome Filipe) vs The Velocities(Jude Dude London and Paris De Silva)
The action continues as top tag teams collide! The Velocities jumpstart the match with double dropkicks to their opponents. The Natural Classics use their power advantage to turn the tide. De Silva tries to make the tag but London is pulled off the apron. De Silva gets his knees up on a Moonsault, allowing him to tag in London. The pace quickens as London goes on the attack. London gets two for one before hitting Stundog Millionaire. The Natural Classics connects with a double team neckbreaker for three.
The Natural Classics (Stevie & Tome Filipe) def The Velocities(Jude Dude London and Paris De Silva)
Knockouts World Champion Deonna Purrazzo sarcastically congratulates Gisele Shaw on her first submission victory last night. Purrazzo declares victory in the main event as she puts her title on the line against “The Quintessential Diva”.
Digital Media Champion Joe Hendry vs Moose – Digital Media Championship
Joe Hendry renews his rivalry with Moose and the Digital Media Title is on the line! Before the bell rings, Hendry reminds the crowd of his hit song, “Dancing Moose”. Hendry puts his power on display as he hits a delayed vertical suplex. The fight spills to the outside where Hendry repeatedly drives Moose head-first into the apron, followed by the steel ring post. Moose uses the rope for a low blow behind the referee’s back. Both men exchange a series of chops before Moose hits a standing Uranage for two. Hendry comes back with a running cutter but it’s not enough to keep Moose down. Moose hits an impressive dropkick, followed by the powerbomb for two. Hendry avoids the spear but Moose rolls him up with a handful of tights for another near fall. Hendry can’t put Moose away following a big pop-up powerbomb. Moose hits a thunderous Superplex but Hendry transitions into a suplex of his own. Moose is caught with another handful of tights. Hendry rolls him up and scores the victory.
Digital Media Champion Joe Hendry def Moose – Digital Media Championship
Eddie Edwards vs Slex
Eddie Edwards looks to bounce back as he goes one-on-one with Slex! Edwards outsmarts his opponent in the early going as he goads him into the corner. Slex comes back with a spinning elbow but Edwards cuts him off mid-dive. Edwards remains in control with a suplex on the floor. Back in the ring, Slex counters the Die-Hard Driver into a vertical suplex, followed by a springboard kick for two. Edwards connects with the Blue Thunder Bomb for two. Slex delivers his own Business Bomb for a near fall of his own. Slex soars with a tornado DDT on the floor, followed by a top rope Moonsault. Edwards hits the Boston Knee Party to win.
Eddie Edwards def Slex
Steph De Lander vs Killer Kelly
Steph De Lander locks up with Killer Kelly as tonight’s action rolls on! Before the match begins, De Lander lets the crowd know that she’s not happy to be spending another night in Wagga Wagga. The fight quickly spills to the outside where De Lander gains the early advantage by whipping Kelly into the steel ring post. Kelly tries to fight back with a series of open palm strikes but De Lander shuts her down with a strong clothesline. Kelly counters a butterfly suplex, then connects with the hesitation dropkick in the corner. De Lander goes for a suplex but Kelly counters into a DDT. De Lander breaks free of the Killer Clutch and dumps her face-first on the mat to win.
Steph De Lander def Killer Kelly
Frankie Kazarian will redirect his rage for Eddie Edwards when he battles Brian Myers next. His originally-scheduled opponent, Steve Maclin, was injured in last night’s IMPACT World Title match vs Alex Shelley.
Brian Myers vs Frankie Kazarian
It’s all about momentum as Brian Myers locks up with Frankie Kazarian! Myers bounces off the ropes and Kazarian hits him with the side Russian leg sweep. Kazarian connects with a DDT for two. Myers trips him up as Kazarian crashes and burns in the corner. Myers remains in control with an Enzuigiri to the back of the head. Myers wears Kazarian down with a headlock until he hits a back suplex to create separation. Kazarian begins to build momentum with a guillotine leg drop on the apron, followed by a slingshot DDT. Myers bounces back with the Michinoku Driver for two. Myers launches himself off the top for a pinpoint elbow drop. Kazarian locks in the Chicken Wing to win by submission.
Frankie Kazarian def Brian Myers
IMPACT World Tag Team Champions ABC (Ace Austin & Chris Bey) vs Motor City Machine Guns (IMPACT World Champion Alex Shelley & X-Division Champion Chris Sabin) – IMPACT World Tag Team Championship
Another chapter in the epic rivalry between ABC and the Motor City Machine Guns will be written with the IMPACT World Tag Team Titles on the line! Sabin charges towards Bey with a burst of intensity, knocking the bandana off his head. Ace and Bey dive through the ropes, colliding with the Guns on the outside. Sabin soars with a crossbody off the top rope. The Guns are in total control as they employ quick tags and begin to wear Bey down. Minutes later, Bey avoids the incoming assault which sends Sabin colliding into his own partner. Ace is tagged into the match and the pace quickens as he takes down both Sabin and Shelley with a springboard dropkick. ABC hit a dropkick neckbreaker combo on Sabin but it’s not enough. Another miscommunication for the Guns leads to a double Art of Finesse from Bey. Sabin hits Bey with a cutter before connecting with an assisted low dropkick on Ace. Near fall after near fall, the Guns can’t put ABC away. ABC hit the 1, 2 Sweet on Shelley, then the same to Sabin to retain the IMPACT World Tag Team Titles.
IMPACT World Tag Team Champions ABC (Ace Austin & Chris Bey) def Motor City Machine Guns (IMPACT World Champion Alex Shelley & X-Division Champion Chris Sabin) – IMPACT World Tag Team Championship
After the match, both teams shake hands in a tremendous show of respect.
Knockouts World Champion Deonna Purrazzo vs Gisele Shaw – Knockouts World Championship
Gisele Shaw challenges Deonna Purrazzo for the Knockouts World Title in tonight’s main event! Purrazzo locks in the Fujiwara Armbar early but Shaw scurries to the bottom rope to break the hold. Shaw crushes the left arm of Purrazzo with a big boot to the mat. It becomes apparent that Shaw has indeed been working on her mat wrestling game. Purrazzo charges towards the corner but Shaw redirects her into the steel ring post. Turnabout is fair play as Purrazzo uses her good arm to whip Shaw into the opposite ring post. Purrazzo goes for the Fujiwara Armbar but the damage to her arm prevents her from locking it in. Purrazzo connects with a Flatliner, allowing her to secure a Koji Clutch. Both Knockouts exchange strikes with Purrazzo getting the better of the exchange. Shaw hits Shock & Awe for a very close near fall. Purrazzo recovers and locks in Venus de Milo to win by submission.
Knockouts World Champion Deonna Purrazzo def Gisele Shaw – Knockouts World Championship
Purrazzo celebrates her victory to remain Knockouts World Champion as the Down Under Tour goes off the air.