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Unread 01-10-2018, 06:05 PM
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20LEgend, I really love your diary so far, but I have one request. Could you please give Homicide a reason to be in the company? It annoys me that the X Division Championship is the one title LAX doesn't seem to be targeting when they have a former X Division Champion in the group. I think Homicide will be an excellent addition to the X Division.
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The way this is going, I have a weird feeling you're thinking X-Division tag belts?
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”Hard Justice”
This week’s Impact Wrestling will see a highly stacked card, as Impact’s Global distributors present: Hard Justice!

Of particular note, is the one on one Main Event match between Ethan Carter and Eddie Edwards - where two men of very different backgrounds, styles and approaches go one on one for the Grand Championship. Last week, Ethan Carter defeated James Storm - after the challenger had been assaulted in the back by a mystery assailant. Video footage which proved Ethan Carter’s whereabouts at the time of the assault would appear to clear him, but a sense of injustice remains over last week’s Main Event. Having claimed Edwards and Storm as “Enemies of Impact”, Ethan Carter has taken the position as “Impact’s Defender”, and will look to continue his mission to rid the company of his former “Team Impact” teammates.

Elsewhere, Homicide will make his return to singles action in Impact Wrestling, going one on one with Johnny Impact in a Street Fight. Having assaulted Johnny Impact with a Steel Pipe last week, LAX’s Homicide was challenged by the former Impact World Champion - who is currently suffering from a number of niggling injuries stemming from his rivalries with Alberto El Patron and LAX. Playing into the hands of Homicide, the opportunity to further add to Impact’s troubles was too tempting to turn down, and the LAX OG will return to the Impact Wrestling ring for a heated Street Fight this week!

Also, Crazzy Steve and Rosemary will face KM & Sienna, in a No DQ match which has been made to bring an end to their heated rivalry. Having had their opponent’s number during their earlier interactions, Crazzy Steve & Rosemary have been the victim of a series of sneak attacks from KM & Sienna, and will look to score revenge in a match where anything is legal! Meanwhile, X Division up and comers DJ Z & Dezmond Xavier will team up against The Gatekeepers, in a match which will see them attempt to prove they have the ability to hang with the two X Division veterans. Having claimed themselves to be the last bastions of a “Golden Age” in X Division history, Petey Williams and Sonjay Dutt have spent the past month looking to establish themselves as the dominant force in the X Division.

Impact Grand Championship
Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

Street Fight
Homicide vs. Johnny Impact

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers (Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt)

No Disqualifications
Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee

Given that Ethan Carter could not have been directly involved in the assault, who will be behind the attack of James Storm last week?
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Impact Grand Championship
Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

Street Fight
Homicide vs. Johnny Impact

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers (Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt) (Tyson Dux chooses to side with the Gatekeepers.)

No Disqualifications
Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna (It would be awesome if you reunited Decay here.

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee (The lack of a title in this match makes me think that the BTC could possibly interfere.)

Given that Ethan Carter could not have been directly involved in the assault, who will be behind the attack of James Storm last week? Eli Drake & Brian Cage.
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Impact Grand Championship
Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

Street Fight
Homicide vs. Johnny Impact

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers (Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt)

No Disqualifications
Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee

Given that Ethan Carter could not have been directly involved in the assault, who will be behind the attack of James Storm last week? The alliance of Drake and Cage
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Impact Grand Championship
Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

Street Fight
Homicide vs. Johnny Impact

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers (Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt)

No Disqualifications
Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee

Given that Ethan Carter could not have been directly involved in the assault, who will be behind the attack of James Storm last week? Going to also say Eli Drake and Brian Cage
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Impact Grand Championship
Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

Street Fight
Homicide vs. Johnny Impact

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers (Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt)

No Disqualifications
Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee

Given that Ethan Carter could not have been directly involved in the assault, who will be behind the attack of James Storm last week? Gonna go out on a limb and say Tyrus.
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Impact Grand Championship
Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

Street Fight
Homicide vs. Johnny Impact

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers (Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt)
Good story here man

No Disqualifications
Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna
hard pick

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee
Just love seeing Sydal shine in a diary

Given that Ethan Carter could not have been directly involved in the assault, who will be behind the attack of James Storm last week? Chris Harris
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Impact Grand Championship
Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

Street Fight
Homicide vs. Johnny Impact

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers (Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt)

No Disqualifications
Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee

Given that Ethan Carter could not have been directly involved in the assault, who will be behind the attack of James Storm last week? Davey Richards
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Impact Grand Championship
Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

Street Fight
Homicide vs. Johnny Impact

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers (Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt)

No Disqualifications
Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee

Given that Ethan Carter could not have been directly involved in the assault, who will be behind the attack of James Storm last week?
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Impact Grand Championship
Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

Street Fight
Homicide vs. Johnny Impact

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers (Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt)

No Disqualifications
Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee
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Impact Grand Championship
Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

Street Fight
Homicide vs. Johnny Impact

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers (Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt)
The name of the team is not even trying. :P

No Disqualifications
Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee

Given that Ethan Carter could not have been directly involved in the assault, who will be behind the attack of James Storm last week? Cage and Drake
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"Hard Justice"

Location: Toronto, Canada - Announcers: Jeremy Borash and Josh Matthews

Video Package: Impact Wrestling will open with footage from the previous week’s show. This will be used to promote the show as a “Hard Justice” Special. The video package will show footage of Homicide’s attack on Johnny Impact last week, where he hit the former Impact World Champion with a Steel Pipe - further injuring the rival of LAX.

Introducing the show in a quick fashion, JB and Josh will run through the scheduled card for the night, before informing the viewer’s that “we are going straight into the action”, as Johnny Impact goes one on one with Homicide - in a Street Fight! (2 minutes)

[Street Fight]

Homicide vs. Johnny Impact
Beginning to brawl before the opening bell, the two men will quickly take the fight to the outside. Realising that getting the two men under control would be futile, the referee will ring the bell to start the match. From here, the match will be a fairly even contest, focussed on highlighting the skillsets of the two men involved. Throughout the match, it will be noted that Johnny Impact is still suffering from an arm injury, sustained against Alberto El Patron last month. Using various weapons to compliment their styles, the physical feats of athleticism performed by Johnny Impact will be met with the hard-hitting, gritty approach of Homicide. This will result in a highly competitive match, where Homicide will often look in control, until Impact manages to turn the tables.

The finish to the match will come when the two men look to return to the ring. With Johnny Impact entering the ring first, Homicide will follow, but stop on the apron. When Impact looks to hurry Homicide, the LAX original will swing a Steel Pipe at Impact - the weapon used to take Johnny out last week. However, Impact’s impressive reaction times will see him catch the Steel Pipe, which he will use to drag Homicide back in the ring. Now without his weapon, Homicide will come at Johnny Impact, who will duck out of the way. Reversing the assault from last week, Johnny Impact will use the Pipe like a Baseball Bat, swinging it into the back of Homicide’s leg. This will cause the LAX veteran to fall to the mat, in perfect position to be hit with the Impact Elbow. Favouring his injured arm, Johnny will be able to connect with the move, scoring the victory in the match.

Winner: Johnny Impact
Duration: 12 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 1 minute

Following the match, Johnny Impact will return to his feet, where the referee will raise his hand.
Putting over the arm injury that he is still suffering from, as well as the damage sustained during the match with Homicide, Johnny will look to be in some discomfort. As Johnny Impact celebrates his victory, the commentators will put his huge win, suggesting that his rematch with Impact World Champion, Alberto El Patron, may be just around the corner.
Video Package: Returning from the first commercial break, the rest of the night’s show will be promoted - with continued focus on the “Hard Justice” special episode. Particular prominence will be given to the Main Event match between Eddie Edwards and Ethan Carter, where the latter will defend his Impact Grand Championship.

Promoting that match, as well as the matches such as Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna (in a No DQ match), Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers and action featuring the new Tag Team Champions, the commentators will put over tonight’s episode as being jam packed with the very best that Impact Wrestling has to offer. They will then send over to the back, where Johnny Impact will give his reaction to the match he had just competed in. (2 minutes)
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Location: In The Back
Duration: 3 minutes

Walking through the back, Johnny Impact will be followed by the Impact Wrestling cameras. Already holding an ice pack to his arm, it will be clear that the former Impact World Champion is in severe pain.
As he continues to walk through the back, Johnny will be asked about Alberto El Patron words last week, where he claimed that in order to get a shot at the Champion, Johnny Impact would have to beat his friend Moose. Explaining that he had just been in a “fight” with one of the toughest guys to ever step foot in this company, Impact will say that now isn’t the time for him to be making comments on that. Johnny Impact will say that he needs time to put his thoughts together. As he says this, Moose will walk into his path.
Telling Johnny Impact that they have simply have to take up Alberto’s proposal, Moose will say that if they know who is the best man out of themselves, then they’ll have no problem beating Alberto El Patron for the Impact World Championship. Johnny Impact will tell Moose that now isn’t a good time, continuing to walk away. Moose will accept this, but tell Johnny Impact that they simply have to do it, saying “there’s no other way!”
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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 7 minutes

Returning to ringside, talk about Alberto El Patron will neatly segue into that of LAX. Two people who have stood up to LAX, Allie and Braxton Sutter, will then make their way down to the ring. The commentators will put over the bravery of the pair, but also point out the danger that they have put themselves in by making enemies of LAX.
Once in the ring, Allie will take a microphone. Calling out the actions of LAX, Allie will say that she doesn’t feel safe coming to the ring alone, because she knows that Ivelisse Velez will never come out to the ring without the backing of LAX. Allie will say that with Braxton by her side, she feels she can say some things that have been on her mind, and she wants to do that face to face. Coming out of the LAX entranceway, Ivelisse Velez will already have a microphone.
Heated from the get go, Ivelisse will walk towards the ring, while telling Allie that she’s here alone now, and she doesn’t need any back up. Velez will say that if Allie is half the woman she claims she is, then she will send Braxton Sutter to the back, and they can talk to each other on a one to one basis. Both Allie and Braxton will be skeptical, with Braxton particularly making it clear that he doesn’t trust Velez. However, when Ivelisse Velez says that Allie will someday have to learn to stop hiding behind her man, Allie will be prompted to ask Braxton Sutter to leave.

When the two stand alone in the ring, Velez will take control of the situation, telling Allie that she has her right now, and she’s ready to listen - Velez will then challenge Allie by asking “what you got?” This will make Allie nervous, with her previously more assertive demeanor taking a momentary back seat. However, she will pluck up the courage to tell Ivelisse Velez how she feels.

Allie will talk about the fact that Ivelisse Velez won the Knockouts Championship on her first night in Impact Wrestling, and how she was given an opportunity that many women have to fight for years to even come close to. Allie will say that the disrespect shown to a legend of their division is exactly the reason why Ivelisse doesn’t deserve to hold the title. Allie will add that she isn’t saying that Ivelisse isn’t a worthy Knockout, nor is she questioning her ability. Allie’s issue has always been with how she took her opportunity. This will lead to Allie recapping the threats of violence towards Gail Kim’s husband Robert Irvine, and how they were used to force Gail Kim into accepting one more match on her retirement night. Allie will say that a woman as iconic and inspirational as Gail Kim deserved to go out with dignity, instead she was left to rot in the middle of the ring.

This will bring Allie to her boyfriend Braxton Sutter, and the way that they have both been treated for daring to stand up to LAX. Allie will say that she is afraid of what they might do to him, but she has never let fear stop her before. Allie will then tell Ivelisse Velez that the reason she wanted Velez out here tonight, is to officially challenge her to a Knockouts Championship match!

Having listened to everything Allie had to say, Velez will be rather dismissive, simply telling her “I’ll think about it…” before leaving the ring and heading back towards the LAX entranceway. Left in the ring, having poured her heart out, Allie will cut a frustrated figure.
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Location: Interview Area
Duration: 2 minutes

Coming back from the break, Eddie Edwards will be seen in the Interview Area, prepared to promote the Main Event match.
Eddie Edwards will talk about his match against Ethan Carter, and the recent rivalry between the two men. Edwards will the talk about James Storm’s match last week, and how close he came to becoming the Grand Champion. Edwards will say that had Storm not been assaulted, he has no doubt that tonight’s Main Event would be between Edwards and Storm. On this note, Edwards will say that what he saw last week, has made him all the more determined to defeat Ethan Carter tonight. Eddie Edwards will close by saying that he refuses to fall to the same fate, promising that nothing will stop him from becoming the Impact Grand Champion by the end of the night.

Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z vs. The Gatekeepers
Finally getting their hands on the men who have tried to block their rise in the X Division, Xavier and DJ Z will come into the match overzealously, and despite a good start they will find themselves isolated from one another as The Gatekeepers take control. While Dutt and Williams enjoy a spell of dominance, the commentators will explain the rivalry to the viewers, focussing on Petey Williams and Sonjay Dutt’s belief that they are the guardians of a “Golden Era” in the history of the X Division, which will never be repeated. Fighting against this, DJ Z will come back into the match and eventually bring Dezmond Xavier into the contest. From here, Dezmond Xavier and DJ Z will look to take control of the match, only to be stopped in their tracks by the emergence of Tyson Dux.

Distracting DJ Z, Tyson Dux will make his way down to the ring. Stopping at the bottom of the ramp, Dux’s presence won’t disrupt the match too much, and DJ Z will continue to build momentum. However, when Williams and Dezmond Xavier get heated on the outside, the referee’s distraction will allow Dux to spring into action. First Dux will throw Xavier into the Guardrail, before following up by pushing DJ Z off the top rope. He will then enter the ring, hitting DJ Z with a Lariat from behind that hands the victory to The Gatekeepers. This will allow Dutt to take the pin, secure his team’s win.

Winners: The Gatekeepers
Duration: 7 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 4 minutes

Getting out of the ring and celebrating up the ramp, The Gatekeepers will leave Tyson Dux stood tall in the ring.
As Tyson Dux remains in the ring, looking to come across as intimidating, he will be joined. Walking down the ramp at pace, Mike Bailey will hold his arms out, questioning what Tyson Dux had just done. Dux will remain unmoved.
When Mike enters the ring, he will ask Dux what he is thinking, but Tyson will have no answer. Tyson Dux will then brush past Bailey, going to leave the ring. However, before he exits, Tyson will turn back and hit Mike Bailey with a Lariat which sends him to the mat. Tyson Dux will then lay some boots in Bailey as he attempts to get back to his feet. After a while, Bailey will be allowed to return to his feet, only to be hit with a High Knee to the back of the neck by Tyson Dux. This will send Mike Bailey crashing into the ropes, and when he rebounds back, Tyson Dux will hit him with a vicious Lariat to the back of the head. This will send him crashing into the mat, landing completely out cold in the ring.

As Mike Bailey lays motionless in the ring, the commentators will put over the viciousness of the assault from Tyson Dux, who appears to have aligned himself with The Gatekeepers, after handing them the victory in their match with Dezmond Xavier & DJ Z.
Coming back from the break, the commentators will discuss the violent actions of Tyson Dux, claiming that he “nearly took Bailey’s head off”. Moving on, it will be made clear that the violence isn’t set to end any time soon, as the next match will be a No DQ match! This will lead into the introduction of a video package.

Video Package: Recapping the rivalry between Crazzy Steve & Rosemary and KM & Sienna, footage will show the early interactions between the two sides, where the former members of Decay consistently got the better of KM & Sienna. This resulted in a change of approach from the family duo, who began to use more cunning tactics to get the better of their opponent. This worked for a while, but has now led to a Mixed Tag Team match - where anything goes! (2 minutes)

[No Disqualifications]

Crazzy Steve & Rosemary vs. KM & Sienna
From the opening bell, this match will see an all out brawl between the two teams, with the action becoming difficult to follow as the fight spreads throughout the ringside area. With little technique on display, the match will see an array of weapons being used, with notable spots coming towards the end of the match.

Seemingly ready to take Crazzy Steve out, KM will set up a Barbed Wire Board between the Guardrail and the ring. Going for a Powerbomb, KM will look to take Crazzy Steve out completely. However, before KM can release his opponent, Crazzy Steve will grab his neck. Sacrificing his own body, Crazzy Steve will use his momentum to send both men crashing into the Barbed Wire Board, effectively taking them both out of the equation. Back in the ring, Sienna will look to hit Rosemary with a Superplex, but also find herself unable to complete the move. Fighting out of the corner, Rosemary will be able to slip out and drop to the mat. She will then be able to grab Sienna on the second rope and carry her over to the Table. Dropping her opponent down with a Powerbomb, Rosemary will stack Sienna up, securing victory for her team.

Winners: Crazzy Steve & Rosemary
Duration: 8 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 2 minutes

Having been through a highly competitive brawl, Crazzy Steve and Rosemary will regroup in the ring. Crawling back from the outside, having been through a Barbed Wire Board, Crazzy Steve will struggle to return to his feet.
Despite his pain, Crazzy Steve will have a smile on his face, an expression mirrored by Rosemary as the pair become transfixed on each other’s eyes. As the former Decay members pose in the rubble of the match, the commentators will put the match over as the conclusion of the rivalry.

Returning to the second hour of Impact Wrestling, the commentators will put over the action of the previous hour, before promoting that of the second. However, before that can get underway, they will introduce footage from last week.

Video Package: With footage playing from last week, where James Storm was found out cold in the back, the commentators will explain the fact that Ethan Carter could not have been directly involved in the attack. Clips will then be shown from the Main Event match between Carter and Storm, where Storm’s injury drastically lowered his chances of coming out victorious. (2 minutes)
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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 6 minutes

Coming down to the ring, James Storm will not be in his usual high spirits. Making his way down the ramp, James Storm will take a microphone - and a bottle of beer - as he enters the ring.
Taking a sip of the bottle, James Storm says that he’s drinking to take the edge off, because he really needs to calm down. Seemingly doing so, James Storm will say that he wanted to come out here and call out whoever attacked him, but if he learned one thing last week, it’s that whoever did this is a coward. Because of that James Storm isn’t out here to call anybody out, he’s here with a warning. James Storm will add that while Ethan Carter couldn’t have been physically involved in the attacks, he isn’t ruling him out of having played a part. After all, Carter was the one man who had the most to gain from the attack.

James Storm will then say that his warning is pretty simple, and it goes out to everybody in the back. Storm will tell the Impact Wrestling locker room that he will find out who is responsible for costing him his opportunity, and he has a message for that person - as well as anybody who tries to come between him and the perpetrator. When James Storm gets his hands on the attacker, then he is quite simply “sorry… about [their] damn luck!”

On that note, James Storm will leave the ring, having made his point loud and clear.
Video Package: Footage from two weeks ago will show highlights from the World Tag Team Championship match between LAX and Pro-Wrestling NOAH’s Katsuhiko Nakajima & Naomichi Marufuji. The match saw LAX finally get caught out, as the NOAH representatives became the new Impact World Tag Team Champions (2 minutes)
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Location: Ringside
Duration: 1 minute

As the commentators talk about the upcoming match featuring Marufuji & Nakajima - their first appearance since becoming the World Tag Team Champions - Eli Drake will appear on the ramp.
Joined by Brian Cage, Eli Drake will baffle the commentators by joining them at their position by the ramp. When Eli Drake is asked why he is out for the match, he will simply tell them that “I am simply here to observe”. He will then take a headset, as Brian Cage stands guard behind him.

Marufuji & Nakajima vs. The Veterans of War
Going into the match, the two teams will make clear that there is a mutual respect between them. While V.O.W will manage a level of offence in the match, the contest will largely be used as a showcase of the ability of the Pro-Wrestling NOAH representatives. Quicker and more technical than their opponents, the World Tag Team Champions will be able to score a decisive victory, with Katsuhiko Nakajima scoring the pin over Wilcox, following a Bridging Northern Lights Suplex. Despite this, Eli Drake will not be impressed - asking what the fuss is about and questioning the abilities of Naomichi Marufuji & Katsuhiko Nakajima.

Winners: Marufuji & Nakajima
Duration: 6 minutes

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Location: Ringside Area
Duration: 2 minutes

Following a quick recap of the match that had just been seen, Marufuji & Nakajima will be shown stood tall in the ring. Throughout the recap video, Eli Drake will make disrespectful comments about the Tag Team Champions.
Raising their titles, and celebrating in an understated manner, Marufuji & Nakajima will draw the ire of Eli Drake, who will get so heated that he will stand up.
Beginning to rant, Eli Drake will not initially have the attention of the Champions, but his over-the-top reaction will eventually get him noticed. Furious for reasons only known to Drake, the former Impact World Champion will call the two Japanese imports “boring” and claim that they “lack the charisma to make it here”. Having had a run in with Eli Drake and Brian Cage in the past, the two men - despite having no idea what Eli is saying - will raise their Championships in the air. This will push Eli Drake over the edge, and he will throw off the headset and leave up the ramp. As ever, Brian Cage will closely follow.
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Location: Joseph Park’s Office
Duration: 2 minutes

Returning to another skit from the offices of Park, Park and Park, Joseph Park will once again look to promote his agency.
Putting over his agency as a worldwide, global brand, Joseph Parks will use an array of business talk, making it clear that he is continuing to work day and night to ensure the very best talent makes it's way to Impact Wrestling. He will also stress the “importance” of securing the best deal for both his clients, and for the future of “this great wrestling promotion”.

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee
The story of this match will surround Trevor Lee having an opportunity to once again prove his ability to compete for the X Division Championship, after his failure to regain the title from Matt Sydal. In a back and forth, competitive match, the two men will manage some impressive offence, before Matt Sydal manages to secure a victory. Narrowly avoiding defeat on two occasions, Matt Sydal will fight his way back into the driver’s seat, hitting Trevor Lee with a Shooting Star Press for the victory.

Winner: Matt Sydal
Duration: 8 minutes

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Location: LAX “Club House”
Duration: 2 minutes

Going into the LAX “Club House”, the camera will pan across the members of the group, as they casually play cards on the table in front of them. Laughing and having fun, the camera will continue to pan, until a bloody Braxton Sutter is seen.
Tied to a chair, and clearly in a bad way, Braxton Sutter will appear in stark contrast to the relaxed atmosphere of the members of LAX. With Sutter seemingly drifting in and out of consciousness, the camera will pan back to Konnan, with Ivelisse Velez stood behind him with the Knockouts Championship. Looking into the camera, Konnan will say “Allie… you got your match - next week!”
Returning to ringside, the commentators will be shocked at the depths that LAX are willing to go to, saying that they have once again crossed the line. Speaking of how much further the issue could escalate, they will then move on to talk about the personal nature of the rivalry in the Main Event, adding that both competitors have agreed for the rounds to be extended to 5 minutes for their Grand Championship match. The reason that the stakes are so high in the match will be covered in an extensive video package.

Video Package: Going into the rivalry between the two men, which began after Ethan Carter turned his back on Eddie Edwards with a low blow, the video package will cover the differences between the competitors. Comparing them as two former Impact World Champions, their paths to the title will be contrasted, before the specifics of their rivalry is detailed. Considering Eddie Edwards to be an “Enemy of Impact” (along with James Storm), Ethan Carter has unsuccessfully tried to rid Impact Wrestling of him. In doing this, Ethan Carter continually neglected his duties as the Impact Grand Champion, until his two biggest rivals spoke out against him. This resulted in this match being made, taking place just one week after James Storm came so close to “reclaiming” the Grand Championship from Ethan Carter. (3 minutes)

[Impact Grand Championship]

Ethan Carter (c) vs. Eddie Edwards

[Round #1] Going into the match, Eddie Edwards will look to set the pace, only to find Ethan Carter’s power advantage to be a major stumbling block. Eventually taking control of the round, Ethan Carter’s ability to slow the tempo serves him well, as Edwards will look to make headway. By the end of the round, Eddie Edwards will be beginning to gain momentum, and look to finish the match off in the first round. However, as Edwards seems to set up to finish the match quickly, the Grand Champion will be saved by the bell - just as he was last week.

Round #1 Winner: Ethan Carter (split)

[Round #2] Unhappy with the decision of Round 1, which the commentators will explain as being due to Carter’s ability to control much of the round, Eddie Edwards will be straight out of the blocks in the second round. Catching Ethan Carter off guard, Eddie Edwards will dominate the round, coming close to a pinfall victory. While the second half of the round will see Carter do a good job of “fire fighting”, he won’t come close to redressing the balance. As the bell is rung, there will be little doubt to who has won the round

Round #2 Winner: Eddie Edwards (unanimous)

[Round #3] Following a similar pattern to James Storm’s Grand Championship challenge last week, the commentators will put over one major difference on commentary. Explaining that Eddie Edwards was not attacked before the match, his performance during the round will show how much fresher than James Storm the challenger is. As a result, he will be able to continue the momentum of the second round. This will lead to Ethan Carter finding himself locked in an Ankle Lock just before the 3 minute mark of the final round.

In his attempt to scramble out of the move, Ethan Carter will eventually find himself facing the ramp, looking directly at the countdown clock on the big screen. With just under 2 minutes left at this point, Eddie Edwards will ‘grapevine’ the leg, causing Ethan Carter to accept that he will not be escape the move. Looking to the screen, desperate to hold on, Ethan Carter will be unable to do so. As the commentators say that every second must feel like an hour to Carter at that moment in time, the Grand Champion will tap out in the middle of the ring.

Winner: Eddie Edwards (NEW Impact Grand Champion)
Duration: 2 x 5 minutes rounds; 3 minutes of Round 3

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Following the match, the relief of Eddie Edwards will result in him sprawling backwards in the ring. He will only return to his knees when the referee approaches him, handing him the Grand Championship.
Shortly after, Eddie Edwards will be handed his GHC Heavyweight Championship, and he will put one Championship over each shoulder. Eddie Edwards will then return to his feet, as highlights from the match just gone are shown. Returning to live footage, Eddie Edwards will celebrate what is put over as a “huge victory”, with Jeremy Borash failing to show impartiality as he describes Edwards’ win as “a great moment for the Grand Championship”. Continuing to celebrate with both Championships, Eddie Edwards will pose on the second turnbuckle as the show goes off air.
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I love that Eli Drake's picture matches with his action of standing up from his chair and yelling at Marufuji & Nakajima.
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”The Contenders”
Following last week’s huge “Hard Justice” special episode, Impact Wrestling returns with another packed show - emanating from Chicago, Illinois. Coming out of his victory over Homicide in a Street Fight, the injury hit Johnny Impact will once again step into the ring, this time against Moose. Having been told that the only way either man would get a shot at Impact World Champion, Alberto El Patron, would be to face off against each other, Moose pushed for the match to take place - with management announcing it as this week’s Main Event.

Elsewhere, former World Tag Team Champions (Ortiz & Santana) will take their rematch, three weeks after losing their titles to Pro-Wrestling NOAH representatives Katsuhiko Nakajima & Naomichi Marufuji. There will also be two huge Knockouts matches, as the recently returned Taya Valkyrie faces off against Rosemary, and Allie gets a Championship match against Ivelisse Velez. Having drawn the wrath of LAX, as a result of speaking out against their treatment of Gail Kim and her husband Robert Irvine, Allie will be up against it as she looks to secure her first Impact Knockouts Championship. Adding to her troubles will be what happened last week, when her boyfriend Braxton Sutter was taken “hostage” by LAX. Sutter has not been seen since, but Allie will have to put this to the back of her mind if she is to become the new Impact Knockouts Championship.

Impact World Championship; Number One Contendership Match
Johnny Impact vs. Moose

Impact Knockouts Championship
Ivelisse Velez (c) vs. Allie

Impact World Tag Team Championship
Marufuji & Nakajima (c) vs. LAX’s Ortiz & Santana

Rosemary vs. Taya Valkyrie
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