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[Post Bound For Glory 2017]


We Are Impact!
(for good this time, we promise...)


[Bound For Glory recap]

Block #1 [Ottawa] - November 2017: We Are Impact! - The Boss is Back... - The I in Impact! - Drake/Impact - The Rematch
Block #1 [Ottawa] - December 2017: Show Your Colours - Friends & Foes - Golden Opportunity - The End
Block #2 [Toronto] - January 2018: The Genesis - Our Time - Enforced - The Strong Survive
Block #2 [Toronto] - February 2018: The Grand Protector - United We Stand - The Fight Back - Hard Justice
Block #3 [Chicago] - March 2018: Contenders - Unfinished Business - Powerful Enemies - Game Changers
Block #3 [Chicago] - April 2018: Mano-a-Mano - The Fight Goes On! - The Selection - Countdown To Lockdown

Pay-Per-View: Lockdown

Block #4 [Ottawa] - May 2018: Blood on the Battlefield - Natural Order - World In Their Hands - El Patron vs. Moose - Impact World Championship
Block #4 [Ottawa] - June 2018: Storm Warning - Is He Here? - This Town Isn't Big Enough - Slammiversary Week Impact


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Tag Team Division

X Division

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Looking forward to seeing how this plays out. I contemplated a possible Impact Wrestling diary. Good luck!
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Johnny Impact bt. Eli Drake (c) to become the Global Champion
Gail Kim bt. Allie, Sienna (c) & Taryn Terrell to become the Knockouts Champion
LAX bt. oVe (c) in a "5150 Street Fight" to become the Tag Team Champions
Matt Sydal won a 6-man Ultimate X match to become the X Division Champion
King Mo & Lashley bt. Moose & Stephan Bonnar in a Six Sides of Steel match
Abyss bt. Grado in a Monster's Ball match
Taya Valkyrie bt. Rosemary in a First Blood match
Team Impact (James Storm, Eddie Edwards & Ethan Carter III) bt. Team AAA (El Hijo del Fantasma, Pagano & Texano)

Coming out of Bound For Glory, the main talking point was the fact that of the four Champions who walked into their matches, zero of them walked out with their titles. This seismic shift created an air of a fresh start over Impact Wrestling, as the company goes into the final two months of 2017.

During the show’s Main Event, we also saw the promoted appearance of Alberto El Patron, who returned to take a seat in the front row. Getting into a jaw jacking session with Eli Drake before the bell, El Patron remained in his seat throughout the match. However, as Johnny Impact had his hand raised in victory, Alberto rose to his feet, applauding the new Global Champion.

Elsewhere, King Mo & Lashley scored a controversial victory, as American Top Team’s influence was once again felt. Aggravating Stephan Bonnar, Dan Lambert and co. managed to get the door of the Six Sides of Steel open, resulting in Bonnar coming after them. Once he exited the ring, the cage door was locked behind him, leaving Moose at the mercy of King Mo and Lashley. Now in a two-on-one situation, Moose was unable overcome the odds, falling to Lashley’s Spear!

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"We Are Impact!"

Video Package: Opening up the show, a series of stills will recap the events of Bound For Glory. Emphasis shall be placed on the fact that of the four Championship defended at the show, each of them changed hands. Particular focus is to be placed on Johnny Impact’s victory, as he defeated Eli Drake in the Main Event to become Impact Wrestling’s Global Champion. (3 minutes; including opening credits)
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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 8 minutes

Coming straight out of the opening credits, there will be no introduction from the commentary team, as the music of Johnny Impact opens the show.
Taking his time, Johnny Impact will ensure that he interacts with as many audience members as possible, before entering the ring. As Johnny Impact is handed a microphone, the announcers will quickly introduce the show, putting over the “huge success” that was Bound For Glory. They will also promote the fallout and reaction from the show, which will feature throughout tonight’s “Impact Wrestling”.

Back in the ring, Johnny Impact will recount his victory, given free reign on the microphone to put himself over as Impact Wrestling’s new “World Champion” (this verbiage is important). Johnny Impact will then invite the audience to join him at the end of tonight’s broadcast, for his official Championship inauguration. Johnny Impact will say that he realises a lot of people, have a lot to say to him, and he’s going to give them all that opportunity - tonight!

As Johnny Impact leaves the ring, Josh Matthews and Jeremy Borash will recap the invitation, suggesting that Eli Drake will be first in line to address the man who defeated him at Bound For Glory. However, they will add that it is unlikely that Eli will be the only one with something to say to the new Impact Wrestling “World Champion”.
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Location: LAX “Club House”
Duration: 3 minutes

Heading over to the secret “Club House” of LAX, we will see Konnan speaking to Ortiz, Santana and Diamante. Homicide will stand behind Konnan.
Konnan will discuss the events of Bound For Glory, proud that LAX were able to regain the Tag Team Championships in their “5150 Street Fight” against oVe. His attention will then turn to Johnny Impact, and the invitation he made earlier. Implying that there may be a new member of LAX joining tonight, Konnan will tell LAX that they all need to be out there at the end of the night. Homicide will then pipe up, telling the other three members that there is a job to do tonight - and there’s no room for error. Konnan will also remind the members of LAX that there is no Bruce Prichard… there is no Jim Cornette, so tonight “the inmates run the asylum!”
Returning from the break, Jeremy Borash and Josh Matthews will discuss the fact that Konnan and LAX will be present at Johnny Impact’s Championship inauguration tonight. Referring back to Konnan’s words, Borash will speak of the implication that LAX have reinforced their ranks, concerned about what it means for Johnny Impact and Impact Wrestling tonight.
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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 3 minutes

Returning to the ring, James Storm, Eddie Edwards and Ethan Carter (no III) will make their entrance to the music of James Storm.
Taking the lead in the promo, James Storm will talk about how the three men in the ring - despite their differences - defended Impact against Team AAA at Bound For Glory. Pointing out how different the three men are, James Storm will say that they came together for something greater than themselves… the future of Impact Wrestling!

Speaking of the future, James Storm will put over the three men’s status as leaders within the company, both in the ring and in the locker room. Having each held the World Championship at one time or another, James Storm will call the three men “pillars” of the company. Issuing an open challenge, Storm will offer the opportunity to face them, to any three competitors in the back… the challenge will be accepted by Andrew Everett, Caleb Konley and Trevor Lee.

Andrew Everett, Caleb Konley & Trevor Lee vs. Team Impact
Used to show the cohesive unit that Team Impact have formed, the match will also put over the “no nonsense, gritty” attitudes of Everett, Konley and Lee. Pointing out that all three men where plain black trunks, the announcers will say that the three opponents of Team Impact aren’t interested in playing to the fans or the glitz and glamour, they’re only interested in winning matches. While they will be unable to do that in this match, the three men will remain competitive until the very end, when an Ethan Carter sacrifice will save Eddie Edwards.

From here, Eddie Edwards will isolate Caleb Konley, hitting him with a “Boston Knee Party” for the victory.

Winners: Team Impact
Duration: 9 minutes; excluding entrances

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 3 minutes

Following the match, as Eddie Edwards and Ethan Carter begin to celebrate, James Storm should take a back step.
As the two team members hug, it will be said that Eddie and Ethan have grown close in recent weeks, having worked closely in the build up to their Bound For Glory victory. Pointing out Storm's apprehension, it is speculated that that James Storm still doesn't quite trust Ethan Carter.

However, when James Storm speaks, he will dispel this idea, instead praising the selflessness and teamwork that both men have shown in recent weeks. James Storm will instead point out that the three men in the ring are three of Impact’s most important competitors, and as great as a unit as they have formed, they have a duty to each forge their own way in Impact Wrestling. Storm points out that Eddie Edwards is the first ever foreigner to win the top Championship in NOAH, while Ethan Carter holds the Grand Championship. As much as he has enjoyed teaming with them, Storm will suggest that the three men now continue their work, by going their separate ways.

Reacting to this, Eddie Edwards will be fully on board with James’ suggestion, while Ethan Carter will show some reservation. Offering his hand to both men, James Storm will first shake hands with Eddie Edwards. He will then offer the same to Ethan Carter, who will also accept the gesture. Commentary will however put over the look of reluctance from Ethan Carter, who they will say had grown particularly close to his teammates in recent weeks.


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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 8 minutes

Returning from the break, the new Knockouts Champion, Gail Kim will make her entrance. As she makes her way down the ring, she will be put over as a “record breaking” seven time Knockouts Champion, as well as an “Impact Wrestling Hall of Famer”.
Thanking the audience for their support, Gail Kim will speak of her pride at achieving the goal that she set out upon her return to Impact Wrestling. Breaking the record and once again becoming the Knockouts Champion will be discussed, as well as putting over her opponents from Sunday, before she reaches her main point. Gail Kim will remind the audience that 2017 will be her last year as an active member of the roster, and in becoming Knockouts Champion for a 7th time, she wants to make further history! However, before Gail has the chance to finish her thought, she will be cut off by the music of Taya Valkyrie.
As Taya makes her way to the ring, the commentators will talk about her victory at Bound For Glory, where she won a “First Blood” match against Rosemary. Taking a microphone, Taya will point out that there were two Knockouts matches at Bound For Glory. She will say that while Gail Kim won the Championship, it was in her victory that she stole the show. For this reason, Taya will suggest that she be the new Number One Contender. Without giving Gail the chance to reply, Sienna will appear on the top of the ramp.
Conveying her anger at losing the Championship at Bound For Glory visually, Sienna will try and cover up her emotions, suggesting that Gail Kim’s victory had nothing to do with her being the better woman, and everything to do with the other two women in the match. Highlighting the fact that she was never pinned to lose the Championship, Sienna will blame Allie for her defeat. However, she will not dwell of the defeat, as she announces that she will be taking her rematch in tonight’s Main Event! Gail Kim will appear to be up for the challenge, while Taya will take issue. Ending the segment, Sienna will say that tonight is going to be a whole lot different from Sunday, as there will be no Taryn Terrell and no Allie. Sienna will then add that “one more thing” will be different from Sunday, because tonight she has her cousin KM in her corner. Coming out from behind the curtain, KM will stand behind Sienna, towering over her.
On commentary, Matthews and Borash will put over the fact that KM has helped Sienna on numerous other occasions, and will provide an “X Factor” in tonight’s Main Event!
Video Package: “From one X Factor to another”, we will segue into talk of the Ultimate X match at Bound For Glory, where Matt Sydal became the new X Division Championship. We will then show footage from Dezmond Xavier’s “Super X Cup” victory, where he defeated Pro-Wrestling NOAH’s Taiji Ishimori in the tournament final. (2 minutes)


Dezmond Xavier vs. Matt Sydal
Highlighting the fact that this match features the 2017 “Super X Cup” winner against the current X Division Champion, the commentator will talk about Matt’s victory at Bound For Glory and the opportunity that Xavier now has. In the ring, the competitors will be told to go all out, wowing the audience with their array of “high spots”. The match should be a back and forth exchange, with several close falls for both competitors. It should however be made clear that Matt Sydal is the currently superior “X Division Athlete”, scoring a decisive victory with a Shooting Star Press.

Winner: Matt Sydal
Duration: 10 minutes; excluding entrances

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 2 minutes

Following the match, the two competitors will embrace in the ring. The commentators will put over the highly competitive match, suggesting that Dezmond Xavier is a future X Division Champion. After the pair shake hands, Matt Sydal will hold Xavier’s arm in the air, before the Super X Cup winner leaves the ring, allowing Sydal to celebrate his victory.
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Location: On The Ramp
Duration: 4 minutes

Ending the hour, the commentators will talk about a scheduled interview with Eli Drake that was supposed to take place up next. Sending over to the interviewer, she will say that Eli Drake has cancelled the interview on the last minute, citing “an unforeseen change in circumstances”. It will be noted that the interview had been originally scheduled prior to Eli Drake losing the Championship. As the interviewer continues to talk, Chris Adonis will make his way to the top of the ramp, cutting her off.
Chris Adonis will say that he isn’t going to sit back there and listen to her bad mouth the “rightful” Champion of Impact Wrestling. Adonis chastises the “reporter”, saying that Eli Drake isn’t going to lower himself to talking to somebody like her. Adonis will however add that Eli Drake does have something to say tonight, and he’s going to say it to Johnny Impact face to face!

Returning for the second hour of Impact Wrestling, the commentators will discuss the match at Bound For Glory that featured Bobby Lashley and Moose.

Video Package: Featuring stills from the match, Matthews and Borash will explain the controversial finish to the match. When Stephan Bonnar, who stood shoulder to shoulder with Moose, left the cage to confront the American Top Team at ringside, the door was locked behind him. This left Moose in the cage alone, at the mercy of Bobby Lashley and King Mo!
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Location: On The Ramp
Duration: 8 minutes

Joined by “American Top Team”, Bobby Lashley will make his way to the ring. Surrounded by his teammates in the ring, Lashley will take a microphone.
Given free reign to address the audience, Lashley should promote his win at Bound For Glory, saying that it was a victory for his whole team. Lashley will then bring up the question marks around his future, saying that at Bound For Glory all of his questions were answered. Lashley will then turn on the audience, suggesting that just like them, everybody in the back is below him. Lashley will run down the level of competition in Impact Wrestling, heavily implying that he will be leaving. As Lashley goes to leave the ring, the commentators will question if this will be the last we see of him in Impact Wrestling. However, before his team have left, the music of Moose begins to play.
Pointing out his lack of fear, despite the numbers being against him, Moose will be put over for his valiant effort on Sunday, despite his defeat at the hands of Lashley and co.

Once he reaches the ring, Moose will tell Lashley that he isn’t here for a fight, but he wants to talk to Bobby Lashley man to man. Moose should reiterate his dislike for Lashley on a personal level, but then say that he wants to “get real” with him. At this point, Moose will say that despite their deep, personal issues, as a competitor he has always respected Lashley. Moose will add that even if American Top Team have got so deep into his head that he can’t think straight, the competitor inside of Lashley knows that he can’t leave it like that.

Looking to appeal to Lashley’s professional pride, Moose will say that he knows that what happened on Sunday isn’t how Lashley wants to be remembered as a Pro Wrestler. Seeing that he isn’t getting through, Moose will put their rivalry aside, calling Lashley one of his “major inspirations” when he first became a Pro Wrestler, speaking of a bond that they will always have which “goes beyond Impact Wrestling”. Stopping short of breaking character Moose will make a final plea, saying that he will always have respect for Lashley, but he needs to face him one more time...

Turning to his teammates, Lashley will momentarily make it appear as though he is considering the offer, but will eventually turn back to Moose and laugh it off. Leaving with the rest of “American Top Team”, Lashley will leave a dispirited Moose in the middle of the ring. As Lashley leaves up the ramp, the speculation will return, with question marks over if we will ever see Bobby Lashley in the squared circle again!
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Location: LAX “Club House”
Duration: 2 minutes

Returning to the secret “Club House” of LAX, we will see that Konnan has taken Santana and Ortiz to one side.
Highlighting the importance of “the job” tonight, Konnan will tell the Tag Team Champions to get in and out of there as quickly as possible in tonight’s match against Reno SCUM. Revealing that “The Boss” is going to be here later, Konnan will put pressure on Santana and Ortiz, telling them that they can’t let anything go wrong tonight.
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Location: Backstage (footage from Bound For Glory)
Duration: 2 minutes

Sending over to reaction from Sunday’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view, we will see a shell shocked, blood covered Grado walking through the back, following his Monster’s Ball defeat against Abyss. As Grado walks through the back, he will be approached by his representative Joseph Parks, who was conspicuously absent during Grado’s match with Abyss and has treated him with disdain in recent weeks.
Putting an arm around Grado, in a complete turnaround, Joseph Parks will tell his client that he did him proud in the match, and after that it would be a shame to see him sent back to the UK. Not reacting, playing up complete shellshock from his defeat the hands of Abyss, and his impending deportation, Grado will stare straight ahead at his blood soaked hands. Remarkably upbeat, Joseph Parks will tell Grado that despite what was has happened, and what is round the corner, he is proud to have called Grado his client.

Leaving Grado stood still in the back, Joseph Parks is seen walking off, smiling at the camera. It is noted as he grins, that Joseph Parks’ two front bottom teeth are unusually missing, an affliction shared by his “brother” Abyss...
Returning to ringside, the commentators will discuss the complete turn around from Joseph Parks, who had seemingly washed his hands of Grado prior to the Monster's Ball. They will also point out that with Grado’s fate now completely in Joseph Parks’ hands, Bound For Glory may have been the last we see of Grado in Impact Wrestling.


LAX vs. Reno SCUM
As well as the return of Reno SCUM, the story of this match should be the obvious rush that LAX are in. Put under pressure by Konnan, the pair are not joined by any of their fellow LAX members at ringside. Despite appearing to be the better team in the match, LAX will fall to a “shock” defeat, as Adam Thornstowe is able to defeat Ortiz with a roll up.

Winner: Reno SCUM
Duration: 5 minutes; excluding entrances

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 2 minutes

As the Tag Team Champions stand in the ring, heatedly discussing what had just happened, they will be joined by Konnan’s right hand man Homicide.
Chastising the pair for their defeat, Homicide will grab both men by the back of the head. Pushing them both towards the apron, he will order them to get to the back. Exiting through the crowd, back to the LAX “Club House”, Homicide will continuously berate the defeated duo. As they leave, the commentators will put over the fact that Reno SCUM now have a legitimate claim to being the Number One Contenders to the World Tag Team Championships.
Video Package: Just before the main event, we will go back to footage from earlier in the night, where Johnny Impact made it clear that he would be back in the ring at the end of the night. We also see Johnny Impact’s bold invitation to anybody who has an issue with him - including Eli Drake - to join him in the ring for his Championship inauguration! (2 minutes

Knockouts Championship match

Gail Kim (c) vs. Sienna
Joined by her cousin KM, who was absent this past Sunday, the match will revolve around Sienna’s attempts to bend the rules, hoping to regain her Championship from the record-breaking Gail Kim. Having achieved her goal, there will also be discussion of Gail Kim’s attempt to make an announcement earlier tonight, before she was cut off by Taya Valkyrie.

Coming to the end of the match, Sienna will ramp up the underhanded tactics, with KM becoming more involved as the contest goes on.
Getting up onto the apron, KM will distract the referee, grabbing him by the shirt as he tells him to get down. During this time, Sienna will leave the ring, looking to use Gail’s Championship as a weapon. What she will fail to see is the fact that Rosemary has made her way down to the ring, and has joined KM on the apron.
Tapping KM on the shoulder, Rosemary will surprise him, as he had been solely focussed on the referee. As KM turns, Rosemary will spray red mist into his eyes, causing him to drop off the apron. The distraction this will cause to Sienna will allow Gail Kim to take the Championship from her. From here, Gail Kim will hit Sienna with an Eat Defeat, allowing her to retain the Knockouts Championship.

Winner: Gail Kim
Duration: 11 minutes; excluding entrances

Returning from the final commercial break of the evening, the commentators will discuss the events of the night’s show, before switching their focus to the upcoming “Johnny Impact Championship Inauguration”. Sending over to the ring, the announcers will speculate what Johnny Impact will have to say, as Eli Drake and LAX wait in the wings to address the Impact Wrestling “World Champion”.
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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 12 minutes

Making his second entrance of the evening, Johnny Impact will once again embrace the audience, as the announcers put over the fact that he is here to be a Champion of the people, having relieved them of Eli Drake as Champion.
Taking a microphone, Johnny Impact should play up to the audience, looking for a reaction to his victory at Bound For Glory, where he “freed” them from Eli Drake’s reign with the Championship. Johnny Impact will say that it doesn’t matter if he’s the Champion of the Globe, or of the World, what matters is the fact that he represents the very pinnacle of Impact Wrestling! Johnny Impact will then point out that he isn’t out here to repeat himself, but he knew there would be a lot of people in the back with a lot to say to him. He will then call anybody who wants to put their two cents in, to make their voice heard! This will lead into the entrance of Eli Drake, who will be joined by Chris Adonis.
Entering the ring, Eli Drake will be in an awful mood, telling Johnny Impact that he’s heard just about enough from him. Given free reign to get his message across, Eli Drake will suggest that Johnny Impact was lucky this Sunday. He will add that Johnny Impact was gifted another shot, and that if “they” kept lining Johnny up with opportunity after opportunity, one of those times Johnny was bound to strike it lucky.

Johnny Impact will disagree with this, pointing out that the difference on Sunday at Bound For Glory was the fact that the referee kicked Chris Adonis from ringside early enough that Eli couldn’t get away with it. Impact will say that everybody in this building knows that the only reason that Eli Drake ever held the Championship is because of Chris Adonis’ help. Drake will come back, suggesting that Johnny Impact is pandering, pointing out that calling himself Johnny “Impact” is the biggest suck up move going. Eli Drake will say that Johnny Impact is another guy who has been here five minutes, and wants to take credit for what Eli Drake has done for Impact Wrestling. This will lead him to suggest that Johnny Impact is “everything that is wrong with Impact Wrestling!”

Coming back, Johnny Impact will say that he didn’t know anything was wrong with Impact Wrestling, suggesting that Eli Drake is only saying that because for once the cards haven’t fallen in his favour. Johnny Impact will say that Eli Drake’s idea of Impact is very different to most people, because Eli only thinks about himself. Johnny Impact will say that this company is about more than just an individual, and the fact that he holds the most prestigious Championship that they have means that it’s his job to defend Impact Wrestling.

Johnny will say that Eli Drake isn’t “Impact”, saying “I am Impact”, he will then point to the ground, saying “this is Impact”. Finally, Johnny will point all around ringside, to the fans in attendance, saying “We Are Impact!”

As those words leave his tongue, the music of LAX will begin to play. Lead by Konnan, the entirety of LAX will swarm the ring.
Immediately deciding that this isn’t a fight they want to pick, Eli Drake and Chris Adonis will quickly roll out of the ring, backing off up the ramp. This will leave Johnny Impact alone, at the mercy of LAX.

Getting up in the Champion’s face, Konnan will tell Johnny Impact that LAX have been keeping a close eye on him recently, and an even closer eye on the Impact World Championship. Standing up to LAX, Johnny Impact will be told to calm down by Konnan, who calls him “Mr. Impact”. Konnan will then add that Johnny has been making alot of noise, making some very powerful people very angry, and he’s already had a run in or two with LAX. But Konnan will say that he hasn’t seen anything yet. Konnan will add that Johnny wants to talk about Impact, then how about LAX show Johnny Impact and Impact Wrestling what a real “impact” looks like.

At this moment, Homicide, Santana & Ortiz will make their move on Johnny Impact, who is ready for the fight. While he will brawl valiantly, Johnny Impact will eventually succumb to the numbers advantage of LAX. With no help from the back (explained as showing the fear Konnan has spread), LAX are able to take Johnny out completely, leaving him laid out in the ring. As Konnan picks the Championship up from the ground, Homicide will order the Tag Team Champions to each grab an arm. Barely conscious, Johnny Impact will be dragged around the ring, until his head faces the ramp. Homicide will then grab Johnny Impact by the hair, ensuring that he is looking straight ahead at the entrance way. Kneeling beside Johnny Impact, holding his Championship, Konnan will tell Johnny Impact: “The Boss is back…”

From here, the focus will switch the entrance way, where Alberto El Patron will make his official return to Impact Wrestling. Dressed in an all black suit, Alberto El Patron will stand at the top of the ramp, with a smirk on his face.
As Alberto El Patron takes in the reaction of the audience, focus will return to the ring. Still in control of Impact, Homicide and Konnan will be nodding their heads, while the other members will have smiles on their face, having “finally got their man”. Fearing the worst, the announcers will put their over as a potentially “grave moment” for Impact Wrestling.

When we return to the top of the ramp, Alberto El Patron will now be holding a microphone, maintaining the smug look on his face. With the momentum now seemingly in the favour of LAX, Alberto El Patron will end the show with a message for Johnny Impact. Addressing the Impact World Champion, who is still being propped up in the ring by Homicide, Alberto El Patron will tell him:

”Johnny… you have something which belong to me!”

Still too out of it to react in any way, the final shot of the show will feature Konnan holding Johnny Impact’s own World Championship up against the side of his face, as the other members of LAX hold up their signature “gang sign” to Alberto at the top of the ramp...

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A great debut show! Your format is one of the most enjoyable out here. Kudos to you!
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Good luck with this one, i really enjoy it this first show. Keep the great work.
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Solid debut! Really looking forward for this one.
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Good luck, will be following this.
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Well you've made me want to watch Impact! Never thought anyone could get me do that! Could picture every moment of the final segment. El Patron and LAX could be a great unit. I thought you told the story of them holding Johnny Impact and the bit with Konnan holding his Championship against Johnny's face, brilliantly!!
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Well you've made me want to watch Impact! Never thought anyone could get me do that! Could picture every moment of the final segment. El Patron and LAX could be a great unit. I thought you told the story of them holding Johnny Impact and the bit with Konnan holding his Championship against Johnny's face, brilliantly!!
This.
I used to love Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, as evidenced by one of my old diaries I really like the foundation of the company, but theyve been such a mess for the past several years that its hard to respect them much, despite a terrific roster.

You sir, 20Legend, have already made me respect this version of the company by simply booking a proper show. Good work, love the thought that I now have a good Impact diary to follow. (last one i recall was your other one lol)
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Looking forward to seeing how this plays out. I contemplated a possible Impact Wrestling diary. Good luck!
Thanks, I find Impact are a good company for me to play. With WWE I find the "workload" too much, especially with B-shows (I cancelled Xplosion pre-game). Hopefully this is a better fit.

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A great debut show! Your format is one of the most enjoyable out here. Kudos to you!
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Good luck with this one, i really enjoy it this first show. Keep the great work.
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Good luck, will be following this.
Thanks a lot, hope I can continue to deliver I am hoping to make a few improvements (perhaps even wholesale changes) to the roster when I reach 2018 in game, so I hope I can maintain people's interest until then

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Well you've made me want to watch Impact! Never thought anyone could get me do that! Could picture every moment of the final segment. El Patron and LAX could be a great unit. I thought you told the story of them holding Johnny Impact and the bit with Konnan holding his Championship against Johnny's face, brilliantly!!
Haha, thanks. That was the segment that was the basis of me wanting to do this game, so quite a bit of thought went into it. I am looking forward to Alberto and LAX's association a lot! My long term plans revolve around their dynamic, particularly pertaining to a signing I will look to make later on.
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This.
I used to love Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, as evidenced by one of my old diaries I really like the foundation of the company, but theyve been such a mess for the past several years that its hard to respect them much, despite a terrific roster.

You sir, 20Legend, have already made me respect this version of the company by simply booking a proper show. Good work, love the thought that I now have a good Impact diary to follow. (last one i recall was your other one lol)
My previous Impact "venture" is probably my favourite to date (along with my Strong/Valentine USPW save) and I think the first year I did of that diary was best stuff I have done. This roster is a lot different, and overall of a much lower quality I would say. While I am not looking at too many big names, I do hope to make major (albeit ideally gradual ) changes to the roster over time. I would be interested to know who people would like to see me bring in, I may set up a "survey" at some point.

Didn't want to just post replies (but if I don't I usually forget all together), so here is a preview of the next show (which is almost ready):
  • LAX (c) vs. oVe: Invoking their rematch, oVe will look to regain the World Tag Team Championships that they lost in the "5150 Street Fight" at Bound For Glory!
  • Eddie Edwards vs. Trevor Lee: After naming the date for his X Division Championship rematch, Trevor Lee will face the GHC Heavyweight Champion just 7 days before that return bout. Looking to test himself against the best, Lee's warm up could not be any harder, ahead of his match with Matt Sydal next week.
  • Andrew Everett & Caleb Konley vs. Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt: A generational clash, two men who see themselves as future stars of the X Division, Everett & Konley, will be given an opportunity to prove themselves against the self-proclaimed "gatekeepers" Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt.
  • Allie vs. Taryn Terrell: Having taken the fall in the Four Way at Bound For Glory, Allie has found herself at blame for Taryn Terrell not being the Knockouts Champion. Terrell will look to make her pay for that, in a singles contest.
  • James Storm vs. KM
  • Grado vs. Kongo Kong: As the Parks and Grado relationship grows increasingly more strange and the logistics of the Scotsman's visa muddy the waters, Grado is yet to be deported from the USA. With the stipulation from his defeat at Bound For Glory being in effect, Joseph Parks appears intent on ensuring that Grado continues to be "punished", before he is returned to the UK. Having not yet torn up Grado's "talent contract", Joseph Parks has set up the outgoing superstar with a match against Kongo Kong!
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Well I think Johnny Impact and Alberto El Patron were great signings for IRL Impact, but there's always a risk with (TNA) of it becoming an 'ex-WWE' promotion. So based on that, I thought I'd throw out a few non-WWE names as suggestions for signings:

Prince Puma - A Puma/Mundo feud would be awesome, but with different gimmicks, it won't get stale. I'm thinking you bring him in as Ricochet. I think he has a lot of potential, and already has chemistry/history with Johnny. A Ricochet vs El Patron feud, and one with Lashley would also be excellent!!

Dalton Castle - He's been one of my favourite acts on the indie scene for a long time now. He can work as a heel, and as a babyface, and can start off as someone to build up from near the bottom of the roster. Unlike Ricochet, who seems to be a ready made top guy at this point.

Santana Garrett - I liked what I'd seen from her in NXT, but she SHONE in the Mae Young Classic. She lost to Kairi Sane, but it was an incredible match. She's so young, at just 22, so can improve a lot. And, she's also in a relationship with the aforementioned Ricochet

Those are just a few suggestions that would help a few divisions of your roster, but there are plenty of names out there that can help. I agree that star power at the top of the card is probably your biggest hole.
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"The Boss is Back..."

Video Package: Opening up the show, we shall be taken back to footage from the end of last week's episode. Following a confrontation with Eli Drake, we will see the moment that Johnny Impact declared “I am Impact. This is Impact. We are Impact!” We will see that this immediately drew LAX out from their clubhouse, resulting in the new Impact Wrestling Champion being laid out cold in the ring. This was part of LAX’s plan all night, as Konnan declared “The Boss is Back!”

The footage will then show the moment that Alberto El Patron returned, making an appearance at the top of the ramp. Showing Johnny Impact still out cold in the ring, the package will end with Alberto El Patron telling Johnny Impact: “you have something that belongs to me!” (4 minutes; including opening credits)

Out of the credits, the announcers will introduce the show, declaring last week a “dark moment” in the history of Impact Wrestling. They will promote the fact that we will hear from Alberto El Patron to open the show, with Jeremy Borash at a loss as to how Alberto El Patron is going to justify aligning with the group who targeted him before his suspension from Impact Wrestling...
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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 11 minutes

Making his entrance to open up the show, a smug looking and suited Alberto El Patron will make his way to the ring. Taking a microphone from ringside, Alberto should completely blank the audience as he walks down the ramp.
Beginning to speak to the fans in attendance, Alberto El Patron will say that before he starts, he needs to get one thing clear. Alberto then states clearly that he has not joined LAX. He will add that he has always, and will always be his own man. On that front, nothing has changed.

Alberto will say that this isn't about LAX or Johnny Impact, this is about Impact Wrestling. Alberto El Patron will say that he knows that everybody in this building has heard the stories about him, but they might not know the full story. Just like Impact Wrestling didn't know the full story when they suspended him. El Patron says that he deserved more respect from this company, who he will say were “lucky” that he came here and even more lucky when he brought his family - including his legendary father - to grace this ring. Alberto El Patron will add that he had good reason to walk away from this company and never look back, but he has has far too much to say, and far too much unfinished business to do that.

Moving on from his suspension, Alberto El Patron will talk about how when the incident was cleared up, and he was ready to come back to work, he was told not to bother. Instead, Alberto El Patron will say that he was asked to return the title, and watch as he was stripped of the Championship that he had worked so hard for. Alberto will add that he brought his family to Impact Wrestling, and he was ready to become a part of the Impact Wrestling family... until Impact Wrestling turned their back on him!

El Patron will say that he gave Impact Wrestling his word that he could be their man, and in turn they decided to humiliate him, and disrespect his family. Nobody in Impact Wrestling, from the talent to management trusted him.

El Patron will also say that everybody, including the fans, assumed the worst of him and for that he “will never forgive them”. He will say that when he felt at his lowest, betrayed by everybody who he had worked so hard for, one man reached out. That man was Konnan. El Patron will then recount a conversation he had with Konnan, who told him that “whatever happens”, he will always have his back. Alberto will say that was the moment it hit him, the moment he realised that everything that Konnan had been trying to tell him was true.

Alberto El Patron will continue to become even more fired up, saying that he did everything he could, when he came to this country, to embrace into the “American Dream”. To believe that with hard work and ability, he would one day be treated as one of their own. When Impact Wrestling stole his Championship, Alberto El Patron woke up to the reality of this country!

Having heard enough, drawing the line at Alberto’s final comments, Johnny Impact will make his way to the top of the ramp.
With Alberto having not yet had chance to address what happened to Johnny Impact last week, he will tell Impact to hold on. However, Johnny Impact will make a beeline for the ring, only to be stopped as the ringside area is swarmed by the emergence of the entirety of LAX.
Remaining on the middle of the ramp, Johnny Impact will decide against going any further. Borash will back up Johnny's decision, stating that a repeat of last week would undoubtedly follow if he continued. Also holding a microphone, Konnan will tell Johnny Impact that he got off lightly last week, and going any further would be a bad decision. Konnan will add that Johnny has something that doesn't belong to him, and if he makes the wrong move, they will take it back. He will say that they didn't reach out to Alberto because they wanted to recruit him to LAX, adding that he knows that Alberto has always done things his own way. The reason that Konnan and LAX are fighting this fight is because it's the right thing to do!

With Johnny Impact still standing on the ramp, he will assess the situation, before adding his own comments. Telling Alberto El Patron and LAX that he knows he can't complete with their numbers, he will say that he doesn't know when, and he doesn't know where, but he will get his revenge on every single one of them!
Returning from the break, the commentators will discuss the previous segment, with Jeremy Borash saying that the company had Alberto El Patron’s back all along, denying his claims. This should be said with a passion that suggests Borash is speaking on a “human” level, rather than as a “neutral” commentator.

Video Package: Footage will be shown from last week, following the victory of Team Impact (Edwards, Carter and Storm) over Andrew Everett, Caleb Konley and Trevor Lee. We will see James Storm’s suggestion that the three of them should go their separate ways, having done their jobs in defending the company at Bound For Glory. Seeing Eddie Edwards’ positive reaction, it is clear that Ethan Carter wasn’t quite as on board with Storm’s suggestion.


Eddie Edwards vs. Trevor Lee
Promoting the fact that Eddie Edwards holds the top Championship in NOAH, the commentators should present the GHC Heavyweight Champion as one of the top competitors in the world. Credit will be given to Trevor Lee for hanging with Edwards as long as he does, with talk also turning to Lee’s X Division Championship rematch. Managing to get a couple of near falls, Trevor Lee should grow frustrated throughout the match, and eventually succumb to Eddie’s “Boston Knee Party”.

Winner: Eddie Edwards
Duration: 10 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 2 minutes

Coming out of Eddie’s victory, he will be handed the GHC Heavyweight Championship. Continuing the emphasis on Edwards’ achievement, he will show off his Championship to all corners of the ring. On commentary, Eddie’s “packed schedule” will be discussed, with Borash calling Edwards “one of the the hardest working men in Pro Wrestling today”.
Video Package: Going back to last week, footage will replay clips from the interaction between Lashley and Moose. Lashley will be shown suggesting that there is nobody on his level in Impact Wrestling, before Moose told him that he couldn’t go out this way. Showing Moose’s attempt to appeal to the competitive spirit within Lashley, we will see that it was to no avail, as Lashley appeared to walk out on Impact Wrestling. (2 minutes)

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Location: Backstage (footage from last week)
Duration: 2 minutes

Heading to footage from last week, we will see an interview conducted with Moose after Lashley decide to walk away.
Asked for his opinion on whether Lashley will be back in Impact again, Moose will answer that he “hopes so”, while making it clear that he has no idea what is going through Lashley’s mind. Moose will remind everybody of Lashley and King Mo’s controversial victory at Bound For Glory (with the help of American Top Team), finishing the interview by making it clear that he is far from ready to give up on a rematch.

Allie vs. Taryn Terrell
Due to Allie having been pinned at Bound For Glory, as Gail Kim became the new Knockouts Champion, this match will be explained as being at the request of Taryn Terrell, who blames the defeated Knockout for her not being the Champion. In the ring, Allie will give a valiant effort, looking to draw the audience behind her, while Taryn Terrell will take control. Not particularly long, Allie should manage a short comeback, only to be cut down by Taryn. This will lead to the finish, with Terrell hitting a “Cutter” to score the victory.

Winner: Taryn Terrell
Duration: 6 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 2 minutes

Despite her victory, Taryn Terrell will not be done with Allie, looking to drive her point home by grabbing a microphone.
Allie will attempt to get to her feet, but be blocked from doing so by Terrell standing over her. Looking down on Allie, Taryn Terrell will tell Allie that she “doesn’t belong” in an Impact Wrestling ring!
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Location: LAX “Club House”
Duration: 2 minutes

Heading over to the private “Club House” of LAX, we will that the group are sat around the table. Homicide will sit next to Konnan, while the other members of LAX will be facing their “leader”.
Briefing them for tonight, Konnan will tell Ortiz, Santana and Diamante that they don’t need to think about Johnny Impact’s threats. He will say that LAX have eyes everywhere, and as long as he and Homicide are out there, they won’t have to worry about anybody. Adding that they intent to put Johnny back in his place next week, Konnan will tell the Tag Team Champions that the only thing they have to focus on is oVe, and leaving with the gold tonight!

Andrew Everett & Caleb Konley vs. Petey Williams & Sonjay Dutt
Put over on commentary as a clash of the generations, the story of this match will revolve around the fact that Petey Williams and Sonjay Dutt represent a “golden era” of the division, another one of which Matthews and Borash will state that they believe is “just around the corner”, with the likes of Trevor Lee, Desmond Xavier and the two men in the ring tonight ready to step up. Promoting the experience edge of Williams & Dutt, commentary will call them “gatekeepers” of the X Division, as they test the mettle of potential future stars. Passing this test with flying colours, Everett and Konley will pick up a victory, with Everett catching his opponent off guard with a roll up.

Winners: Andrew Everett & Caleb Konley
Duration: 8 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 2 minutes

Following what is put over as something of a surprise defeat for Petey Williams and Sonjay Dutt, the pair will make it clear that they are impressed with the young duo who defeated them.
Offering the handshake to the victorious Andrew Everett and Caleb Konley, Williams and Dutt’s advance will be rejected, and the rookie X Division stars will blow them off and leave the ring. Looking on, Williams and Dutt will shake their head at the duo, who Jeremy Borash will call “disrespectful”. Josh Matthews will disagree, saying that Everett and Konley don’t need to be “patronised” by Petey and Sonjay.

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 7 minutes

The sound of Eli Drake’s music will open the second hour of Impact Wrestling, with the man who was defeated for his Championship at Bound For Glory making his way down to the ring. Eli Drake will be in an awful mood, and will be joined by a stern looking Chris Adonis.
Taking a microphone, Eli Drake will get straight into it, beginning with his trademark “let me talk to ya…”

From here, Eli will say that lately, a lot of things have been “pissing [him] off”, adding that throughout his whole run as Champion of Impact Wrestling, he had a huge chip on his shoulder. Eli Drake will talk about the Impact Wrestling reboot and the rebrand, and all the new faces he’s seen in this company in 2017. Eli will say that all these changes can be summed up by one phrase. “Make Impact Great Again”. Turning to Chris Adonis, Eli Drake will shake his head. Continuing, Eli Drake will say that it’s the same old story, because “the new guys” wanted to make “Impact Their’s Again”. But throughout all the changes, one thing stayed the same, and Eli Drake will declare that “nobody has had a better 2017, than E-Li-Drake!”

Eli Drake will say that “Making Impact Great Again” was about a bunch of out-of-touch egos trying to make their mark on this company. But where they dropped the ball, E-Li-Drake ran with it. Drake will then name specific examples, where Impact Wrestling looked to find their next top guy, saying that Johnny Impact and Low-Ki and Alberto El Patron were all lined up, with one guy or another fighting their corner in the back. But when the playing field was evened out, and everybody was thrown into the gauntlet, they realised that “greatness” had been under their noses the whole time. Drake will explain that there are too many fragile egos in this business, and far too many people sticking their noses into business that doesn’t concern them. Eli Drake will say that his ego trumps them all, yet still nobody will admit that they backed the wrong horse. He will say that is why Johnny Impact was given opportunity after opportunity at Eli’s Championship, not because of what he’d done, but because of who he was.

Switching gears, Eli Drake will say that he has his rematch in the bag, and he isn’t worried about that in the slightest. Instead, Eli Drake will say that he’s here to talk about the fact that since coming to Impact Wrestling, he has done nothing but knock the ball out of the park, time and time again! Eli Drake will say that he looks around Impact Wrestling, and he sees a bunch of guys who don’t belong in the ring with him. Eli Drake will say that as the “face” of this company, and the soon to be two-time Impact World Champion, it is his job to “trim the fat!”

With this final statement, Eli Drake will look straight down the camera, with a stern, emotionless look on his face. Dropping the microphone, Eli Drake will nod to Chris Adonis, signaling it is time for them to leave.

On commentary, the discussion will revolve around speculating what Eli Drake may mean by “trimming the fat”, as well as putting over the impassioned tone of Eli’s “rant”.
Video Package: Taken back to stills from Bound For Glory, a series of shots will show Grado in his Monster’s Ball defeat to Abyss. Shown to be in complete shock after his loss, we also see the footage of Joseph Park shown last week, who appeared to have forgotten about what had gone before them. (2 minutes)


Grado vs. Kongo Kong
Coming to the ring, Grado will put over the fact that he is in complete shell shock, having been defeated by Abyss at Bound For Glory. Commentary will remind us that, as a result of the matches stipulation, Grado was not freed from Joseph Parks’ control and has the prospect of deportation looming over him. Discussing Parks’ actions at Bound For Glory, it will be suggested that this is now a twisted, power game, with Joseph having complete control over Grado’s future. That will be used to explain why Grado is still here, and in a match which he stands little chance of victory. Distracted and clearly off his game, Grado will struggle with Kongo Kong, eventually losing to a Splash.

Winner: Kongo Kong
Duration: 4 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 3 minutes

Following his defeat, Grado should stay in the ring, sitting in the corner when he finally comes round. Still in complete shock, Grado should be confronted by Joseph Parks who joins him in the ring.
Helping Grado to his feet, Joseph Parks will have a serious look on his face, telling Grado that this is his problem. Parks will say that he wanted to best for Grado, he really did, but Grado turned out to be weak! Parks will say that Grado is an embarrassment to him, and adds that as the reason why he set up the match to have him deported. Grado should look confused throughout, as Parks explains that Grado needs to “snap out of it”. Parks will say that against his better judgement, he allowed Grado to compete tonight, and he is giving him one last chance. Parks will end by saying that Grado had better give him what he wants, ending in his deeper ‘Abyss voice’ saying that “otherwise... I’m sending you home!”
Video Package: Going back to last week, Jeremy Borash and Josh Matthews will talk through the footage from the end of the Knockouts Championship match between Gail Kim and Sienna. They will discuss the outside involvement of KM, who attempted to distract the referee while Sienna looked to use the Championship for victory. We will then be shown the moment Rosemary appeared on the apron, talking the huge KM out with her trademark “Red Mist”. From here, we will see that Gail Kim was able to pick up the victory. (2 minutes)


James Storm vs. KM
Joined by Sienna at ringside, this match will be used to remind us of what happened last week, where KM was blinded by Rosemary. The commentators will reveal that KM has been talking about “getting his revenge” all week, and put him over as a angry, bitter man. Discussion will also take place about James Storm’s promo last week, where he decided that as three of the company’s top stars, he, Eddie Edwards and Ethan Carter should go their separate ways. Despite being slowed by the strength of his opponent, James Storm will leave a successful example for his partners, scoring a win with the “Last Call” Superkick!

Winner: James Storm
Duration: 5 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 4 minutes

Celebrating his victory in the ring, James Storm will be surprised when the music of Ethan Carter begins to play. Rolling his eyes, Storm will make it clear that he thought this was all behind him. The commentators will point out the attachment that Ethan Carter has recently developed to the partners who, after a difficult start, he considered to be “real friends”.
Looking standoffish, James Storm will be asked by Ethan Carter “why are you doing this?” who will also say that he thought they’d put all their issues aside. James Storm will take the microphone from Ethan Carter, saying that this isn’t about their issues, but about a job they have to do. James Storm will say that Carter has the potential to be one of the best, and he has a duty to these fans to reach those heights once again. Storm will say that guys like Eddie, himself and Carter as well, are too good to be contained all together.

Ethan Carter will look hurt by this, taking back the microphone and telling Storm “we could have been great together”. Looking down, Storm will act like he doesn’t know what to say to Carter. Eventually, Storm should take the microphone, telling Ethan Carter “we will be great… alone!”

With that, James Storm will roll out under the bottom rope, leaving Ethan Carter in the middle of the ring. Judging from the on the look on Ethan Carter’s face, it will be suggested that Storm is finally getting through to the “former World Heavyweight Champion”.
Changing topic, the commentators will promote an interview with Moose up next. This will introduce a quick recap.

Video Package: Returning to the footage from the previous episode, we will once again be shown Lashley’s promo from last week, where he suggested he had done everything there is to do in Impact Wrestling. A graphic at the end of the package will ask “Did Lashley Walk Out on Impact Wrestling?” (2 minutes)
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Location: On the ramp
Duration: 2 minutes

Coming out of the footage, the interviewer will be stood on the ramp, holding a microphone. Again recapping the events of last week, she will introduce her guest Moose, who the commentators will add requested the time to speak him.
Not looking to be questioned, Moose will take the microphone from the interviewer, and call for to the cameraman to “bring it in”. Looking directly down the lens, Moose will make a clear and direct plea to Lashley. Moose will say that he isn’t going to challenge Lashley right now, saying that he just wants one thing. Moose will tell Lashley that if he has an ounce of respect left in him, he will agree to meet him - one time - in the middle of the ring. Moose will say that if every battle that they’ve been through means anything at all, he will look him in the eye and give him the chance of closure.
After Moose finishes, we will go straight back over to the commentators. They will briefly talk about Moose’s request for Lashley to meet him in the ring, before switching gears to the Tag Team Championship main event. It will be at this time that they promote the third straight Championship rematch in a row, as following Gail Kim vs. Sienna last week, and the upcoming Tag Team Championships match, former X Division Champion Trevor Lee will be taking his shot at Matt Sydal - next week.

Video Package: Returning from the commercial break, footage will recap the opening of the show and Johnny Impact’s attempt to get at Alberto El Patron. Having made his way down the ramp, we will see Impact being cut off by LAX. Stopped in his tracks, Johnny Impact was unable to get his revenge, but vowed that he would - eventually. (2 minutes)

World Tag Team Championships

LAX (c) vs. oVe
Going into the Main Event, there will be some talk of LAX’s defeat last week at the hands of the returning Remo SCUM. It will however be put over that this match is being treated with much more importance by LAX, highlighted by the fact that Konnan and Homicide are at ringside for this one. Going all out to put on the best match possible, these two teams will be sent out to top their previous matches. However, given the fact that oVe have had LAX’s number recently, only losing at Bound For Glory in a match which LAX set the rules for, those on the outside will do as much as they possibly can to help their team. Despite the referee’s best effort, he will be unable to stop all of LAX and in the end this will play a part of the result. Using every underhanded tactic in the book, LAX will manage to retain the Championships, as Ortiz & Santana hit Dave Crist falling to a “Street Sweeper” from Santana & Ortiz.

Winners: LAX (Ortiz & Sanata)
Duration: 12 minutes.

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 5 minutes

Following the match, LAX will celebrate their victory, standing over oVe in the ring as they are handed the Championships.
Diamante, Konnan and Homicide will look to join Santana & Ortiz in the ring. However, as they climb onto the apron, Johnny Impact will run down the ramp.
As Johnny Impact runs down the ramp, he will place his Championship on the apron, and Homicide and Konnan will climb down from the apron, “wanting no part of the fired up Johnny Impact”. Ortiz & Santana will be elected to deal with them, with Konnan making it clear that he feels they are capable of getting the task done themselves. However, as Johnny Impact runs wild in the ring, it will become clear that the Tag Team Champions have been caught off guard. When Johnny Impact wills them to come back for more, Konnan shall make the decision to withdraw his men, signalling for them to leave the ring. While Johnny tries to get his hands on them, they will manage to get escape.

Now standing tall alone in the ring, Johnny Impact will pick his “Impact World Championship” up from the mat and place it over his shoulder. Johnny Impact will then trash talk LAX, as they leave back from where they came, to the “Club House”. Johnny Impact will look to close out the show, standing tall and raising his Championship on the second rope (taking the far corner on the ramp side of the ring). As he does this, Johnny will be distracted by the sound of Alberto El Patron’s music, and will swivel around to look at the ramp. Once again wearing a suit, Alberto El Patron repeats his appearance from last week.
Jumping down from the second rope, Johnny Impact will invite Alberto El Patron to the ring, ready to fight him there and them. Alberto El Patron will shake his head, producing a microphone once more. El Patron will repeat to Johnny Impact, “you have something that belongs to me”, with Impact responding off microphone that he is “right here”. Johnny will ask “isn’t this what you wanted?” while pointing towards his title, himself and the ring. Alberto El Patron will laugh at Johnny Impact, shaking his head at the World Champion. El Patron will say “you have something belongs to me” again, adding “and you don’t get me… until I get that!”

Refusing to wait for a response, Alberto El Patron will turn around, walking back behind the curtain. Left in the ring, a frustrated Johnny Impact is left to ponder his next move. Signing off the show, Jeremy Borash will put over Johnny’s dilemma, and the conditions laid down by Alberto El Patron - a man who, Josh Matthews reminds us, has the backing of Konnan and the entirety of LAX in his corner.

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Another really good show:

— This storyline between El Patron, Impact and LAX is so well written.. I think IMPACT (irl) did a great job building strong characters for El Patron and LAX and you're making the same thing here by building Impact. The fact that El Patron isn't joining LAX also makes sense and might be used for another turn of events later.

— I absolutely love what you're doing with Moose and Lashley. I think this feud has been lackluster because Lashley has been a little bit overshadowed by the rest of ATT, but now that we're going back to a feud only about Moose and Lashley, it seems more promising.

— That build-up for EC3 and Storm... I absolutely love it! What's going to happen is unpredictable. Is Storm going to turn on EC3 ? Is EC3 going to turn heel again and reignite his feud with the Cowboy ? Are they going to form a all-star tag team ? I can't wait to see what's in store for them ! Also, Eddie Edwards has the potential to become a top star and I'm glad you're seeing it.

— ELI DRAKE. That promo was insane. I was afraid that Drake would go back to meaningless feuds, but it seems like he will insert himself in the title picture again.

I can't wait for what's next. I absolutely love what you're doing with IMPACT. Great job!
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"The I In Impact"

Video Package: Going back to recent footage, the recap will begin with the moment that Alberto El Patron made his return 2 weeks ago, which followed an attack on Johnny Impact by LAX. Next, we will see footage from last week, where Alberto El Patron claimed that everybody involved in Impact Wrestling had turned their backs on him - apart from Konnan. While Alberto El Patron confirmed that he had not joined LAX, we will see that Konnan made it clear that the group would back him in his quest to regain the Impact World Championship. Reiterating that Johnny Impact has something that “belongs” to him, we will see the end of last week’s show, where he told Impact that he would give him a chance at revenge, as long as he gets his shot at the Impact World Championship. (4 minutes; including opening credits)

Out of the video package, Jeremy Borash and Josh Matthews will introduce the show, promoting the fact that Matt Sydal will defend the X Division Championship against Trevor Lee, while LAX will face Reno SCUM (having been defeated by them two weeks ago on Impact).
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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 8 minutes

Coming down to the ring, at the start of the show, Ethan Carter will make his entrance. As Carter makes his way down to the ring, the commentators will remind the audience of the situation with Ethan Carter and James Storm. They will remind everybody of James Storm’s suggestion that “Team Impact” (Edwards/Carter/Storm) go their separate ways, something which Ethan Carter didn’t seem prepared for.
Ethan Carter will address the audience, asking them if they enjoyed watching “Team Impact” defend Impact Wrestling at Bound For Glory. Ethan Carter will add that there are no 3 men in their locker room better equipped to defend Impact Wrestling than those three. Ethan Carter will says that since he came here, he has given everything to represent this company, taking that responsibility on his back. He will then bring up Eddie Edwards, who he puts over as “the hardest working guy” he knows, pointing out the fact that he represents this company all over the world, and has proved himself as one of the best in the world out in Japan.

This will bring Ethan Carter to James Storm, calling him “Mr. Impact” himself. Carter will say that James Storm is the only man who has been in this company since day one, throughout every “era”, serving as the backbone of this company. Carter will say that all the threats that this company has been faced, Storm has challenged them head on. Ethan Carter will say that the three of them couldn’t be more different, but together they could have represented everything that makes his company what it has always had the potential to be. Carter will add that two weeks ago, James Storm decided to put an end to their alliance, and say that he is here tonight to call him out. James Storm’s music will hit almost straight away, and he will make his way down to the ring.
James Storm will begin to speak, telling Ethan Carter that he made his position clear, but Ethan will cut him off. Carter will say that he invited Storm out here, and he’s going to let him speak. Ethan Carter will say that James Storm brought an end to “Team Impact” as soon as the two other guys had done what he needed from them, but Carter will say that the team wasn’t Storm’s to end. With that, Ethan Carter will say that he’s bringing back Team Impact, and he’s inviting James Storm to join him.

James Storm will be confused, asking Ethan Carter what is wrong with him. Carter will say that he is ready to represent this company, and he wants to know if James Storm is on board. James Storm will make it obvious that he isn’t interested, deciding to leave Ethan Carter, who he believes is acting bizarrely. However, as Storm goes to leave the ring, Ethan will tell him to hold on. Ethan will say that he is looking to build Team Impact, with or without James Storm, but there’s one thing Storm needs to know. Carter will say that if you aren’t “Team Impact” and “we’re better apart”, then he wants James Storm - one on one - tonight!

Surprised at how the straight-forward challenge from Ethan Carter, Storm will say that this doesn’t need to get personal, but “you got it”. With that, James Storm will leave the ring. Heading over to the commentary table, Borash and Matthews will discuss what they say is tonight’s “Main Event”, pointing out that the last time these two went one on one, it was at Slammiversary. They will talk about how a knock to the head saw James Storm dramatic knocked out in the match, an incident which left him out of action for some time.
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Location: LAX “Club House”
Duration: 2 minutes

Heading over to the “Club House” of LAX, Konnan will once again brief his men and women for tonight.
Konnan will explain that after Ortiz and Santana were “humiliated” two weeks ago, their job is to put “those Reno freaks” back in their place tonight. But before that, he will tell them that there is an important moment that Alberto El Patron has requested tonight, and they need to make sure that nobody can ruin what he calls a “landmark” in the development of the relationship between Alberto El Patron and LAX.

Fallah Bahh & Mario Bokara vs. oVe
With both teams coming into this match off the back of defeats, the commentators should put over that oVe are back to the first rung of the ladder, looking to return to contention for the World Tag Team Championships. We will see Fallah Bahh and Mario Bokara look to overpower the former Champions, but fail to keep oVe down. Coming back into the match, it will be a fairly routine victory for them, as Jake Crist pins Mario Bokara.


Winners: oVe
Duration: 6 minutes


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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 4 minutes

As oVe celebrate their victory up the ramp, Fallah Bahh and Mario Bokara will remain in the middle of the ring.
With the commentators putting over the unfortunate sequence of results that they have suffered from, there will be surprised when Eli Drake and Chris Adonis come out from the back. Without any music playing, Eli Drake will demand a microphone from ringside, entering the ring to confront the losing team. Borash and Matthews will be at a loss to explain his issue with the pair.
Approaching the losing duo, Eli Drake will ask them “do you remember when you last won a match?”. However, before they are given the chance to reply, Drake will say “yeah… me either”. Looking annoyed at Eli’s unprovoked verbal assault, Fallah Bahh will appear ready to fight. Chris Adonis will step forward to him, before looking down on his partner, who is still holding his ribs in pain. Eli Drake will then step to Fallah Bahh too, with the big man realising he is somewhat outnumbered. Eli Drake will tell Fallah Bahh “I should slap you in the face right now!” Off-mic, Bahh should question what his problem is, and Eli Drake will answer him, saying that “you aren’t the problem… you are a symptom”. Eli Drake will then talk about the fact that “guys like” Bahh and Bokara were brought in, in order to make this company “great”. Drake will say he doesn’t know which deluded idiot dragged them from whatever backwater country they came from, but when they did, it was a slap in the face of guys like him, who have been giving their blood, sweat and tears to this company for years! Eli Drake will say that nobody has had a better year than “E-Li-Drake”, and the idea Bahh and Bokara are what Impact Wrestling needed to be “great” would make him laugh, if it didn’t make him sick.

Eli Drake will then say that people might not believe this, but over the last year he’s had to bite his tongue. Right now Eli will say he has nothing to lose. Eli Drake will say that while he thinks the tagline “Make Impact Great Again” should be left where it was, dead in the past, he’s got a few thing to say so “let me talk to ya…”

“Make Impact Great Again”

Eli Drake will repeat the phrase, saying that these “brainiacs” don’t know a damn thing about greatness. He will say that the people in charge of this company looked all around the world, but they forgot to look on their own doorstep. He’ll say that “the old boys club” were so out of touch, they failed to see that “greatness” was right under their noses.

Eli Drake will then turn to Fallah and Mario, asking them “are you still here?” Bahh will shake his head, before helping Boraka back to his feet. As the two leave the ring, Eli Drake will shake his head at them, gesturing them to hurry up. Eli Drake will then turn to the camera, making a final statement straight to the audience. Eli Drake will say that whatever anybody wants to believe about him, the truth is that there is nobody on his level working today. Drake will say that he is going to prove that he is levels above, when he takes back his Championship, and “that’s not an insult… that is a fact of life!”
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Location: Locker Room
Duration: 2 minutes

Sending over to the back, the commentators will tell us that an interviewer has been dispatched, looking to gain Eddie Edwards’ insight on tonight’s Main Event between his Bound For Glory partners Ethan Carter and James Storm.
Eddie Edwards will talk up both men, saying that he learned to trust and respect both of them as they travelled the world and worked together. Edwards will say that there was always a tension between the two, and he will express a lack of surprise at what has gone down between them. Eddie will say that with their vastly different personalities, he thinks it’s best that they go their separate ways, adding his belief that all three men have so much more to give to Impact Wrestling, and the Impact fans, as singles competitors.
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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 7 minutes

Returning to ringside, we will see the entrance of Allie. As she walks down to the ring, we will see footage from last week, where Taryn Terrell defeated Allie. We will also see the post match, where Taryn told Allie that she “doesn’t belong” in Impact Wrestling. When this finishes, Allie will be stood in the ring with a microphone.
Responding to Terrell’s comment last week, Allie will cut a passionate promo about how hard she has worked, and what she has sacrificed to be here. Allie will talk about coming from Canada originally, and working her way into the hearts of the Impact Wrestling fans. As Allie begins to address Terrell, she will grow more and more frustrated, while maintaining her wholesome image. She will prepare to call out Taryn, only to be cut off by Sienna. Putting over the history between the two, the commentators will also note that she is being followed by her cousin KM.
Once they enter the ring, KM will stand over Allie, evidently trying to intimidate the meek Knockout. Sienna will take a microphone and tell Allie to stop complaining. She will say that Allie “got her feelings hurt”, mocking her for complaining about Taryn’s words. Saying that some people have “real problems”, Sienna will take us back to two weeks ago, where Rosemary’s involvement in the Main Event cost her the Championship. Allie will act confused, pointing out that all Rosemary did was prevent KM from getting involved, and ensure the match remained fair. This will anger Sienna (and KM), who will be reminded off what happened. Intimating that she is going to teach Allie a lesson, Sienna will hit her fist against her other palm, while approaching Allie. As KM and Sienna are compared to “playground bullies”, Allie will be joined in the ring by Rosemary.
Getting in KM’s face, Rosemary will look to creep the big man out, something she successfully does. Causing KM to retreat behind Sienna, Rosemary will keep her eyes on him. Sensing how creeped out he is, Sienna will suggest they leave, despite being annoyed by his cowardice. Taking the microphone from Allie in the ring, Rosemary will say that some people don’t fit into the norms of society, but Allie most certainly “belongs” here. Rosemary will then put her arm around the awkward Allie and challenge Sienna and Taryn Terrell to face them - next week on Impact!
Vignette: Showing a series of his best clips and most exciting moves, a short vignette will play promoting the return of DJ Z. Ending the short package, we will see a graphic which states: “DJ Z returns… next week!” (1 minute)

Coming out of that footage, the commentators will talk about DJ Z’s return from injury, as well as his recent travel representing Impact Wrestling in Mexico’s AAA promotion. This will then lead into discussion of the match up next, as Trevor Lee takes his X Division Championship rematch.

Video Package: Ahead of Trevor Lee’s rematch for the X Division Championship, we will see various clips of Matt Sydal’s arrival in Impact Wrestling. Particularly highlighting his incredible victory over Lashley, we will also see his victory in the 6 man Ultimate X match at Bound For Glory. The new X Division Champion, we will be shown footage from his post-match Bound For Glory interview, where Matt promised to elevate the X Division to a height that no other wrestler in the world possibly could. (3 minutes)

X Division Championship

Matt Sydal vs. Trevor Lee
Sent out with the intention of putting on an all-out “high spot” based match, these two “X Division Athletes” will be given a reasonably long time to display their vast array of exciting moves. Proving himself to be on a level with Matt Sydal, Trevor Lee will come close on a number of occasions, ultimately falling short of victory. On commentary, Borash and Matthews will put over Matt Sydal’s impact on the X Division, stating that there is nobody more respected around the world for the “X Division style” of competing. This will be punctuated by Matt Sydal’s impressive Shooting Star Press, which will prove enough to defeat the former Champion.

Winner: Matt Sydal
Duration: 11 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 4 minutes

Having been handed his X Division Championship in the ring, Matt Sydal will fail to notice as Andrew Everett and Caleb Konley walk down the entranceway and join their defeated ally at the bottom of the ramp.
Helping Lee back to his feet, the three men will regroup, eventually getting up and surrounding Matt Sydal on three sides of the ring. Leaving the ramp side open, Everett, Lee and Konley will be unable to initiate their planned assault, as Petey Williams and Sonjay Dutt run down to the ring.
Standing shoulder to shoulder with Matt Sydal, the two men will even up the odds. With Trevor Lee still feeling effects of the match, the three men will decide to step down from the apron, backing off up the ramp. As they do, Sonjay Dutt will take a microphone.

Telling the three young X Division stars to hold on, Dutt will say that they aren’t enemies of Lee, Everett and Konley, suggesting that they could in fact help them. Sonjay Dutt will say that better than anybody, he and Petey know what it is like to try and make your way as a member of the X Division. Petey will then add that what they’re doing right now is the wrong way to go about it, but they can learn from bad choices. Williams will say the way they’re acting isn’t going to do them any favours, it’s just going to piss people off. Petey will say that he and Sonjay have the benefit of over 30 years of experience in the ring between them, and their advice is worth listening to.

Despite this offer of an olive branch, Andrew Everett, Caleb Konley and Trevor Lee will look at each other and appear dismissive of the advice. Suggesting that this is down to the arrogance of youth, Jeremy Borash will be cut down by Josh Matthews, who will say the only “arrogance” is coming from the self-appointed “gatekeepers” of the X Division, with their “do as I say, not as I did” attitude!
Video Package: Coming back from a commercial break, footage will be shown that details Alberto El Patron’s return to Impact Wrestling. Having appeared at Bound For Glory, and aligning with LAX on the Impact that followed, we will see the moment Alberto told Impact World Champion Johnny Impact: “you have something which belongs to me”. Select clips will also recap Alberto’s motivations for forming an alliance with - while not officially joining - LAX. With claims that Impact Wrestling’s wrestlers, management and fans turned their back on him, we will see El Patron’s bitter assertion that he should still be Impact World Champion. (3 minutes)
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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 6 minutes

Returning at the start of the second hour of Impact, Alberto El Patron will make his way down to the ring. Looking to be in much higher spirits this week, the smug look of El Patron will make way for a smile across his face. The commentators will comment on his more positive outlook, while informing the viewer’s that El Patron has requested this time in order to “ceremonially confirm the alliance between LAX and Alberto El Patron”.
Taking a microphone, Alberto El Patron will say that he is in a great mood tonight, but ensure the fans that it has nothing to do with them. El Patron will add that it is in fact in spite of these “filthy perros” that he has a smile on his face. Alberto will say that he has decided that he will not allow them to get him down, adding that he doesn’t need them because he has something so much more valuable. With that, Alberto will say that he isn’t here to talk to these people, insteady inviting out “mis amigos, mi familia… Konnan and LAX”

As LAX and Konnan make their way from their own entrance, Jeremy Borash will speak of the change in Alberto El Patron, reminding everybody of the bitter rivalry that existed between Konnan and LAX and Alberto before his time away from Impact.
When Konnan enters the ring, he will be embraced with a hug from Alberto El Patron, before the leader of LAX takes a microphone. Konnan will want to get straight down to business, praising Alberto El Patron for turning his back on these pieces of crap who don’t give a damn about him. Konnan will say that what happened between them is all in the past, and when it comes to business, they both know not to let personal issues get in the way. Konnan will then thank Alberto from inviting him out, as Borash once again calls out the whole farce on commentary. After Borash reminds us of what LAX tried to do to Alberto’s father and brother, El Patron begins to speak again.

Alberto El Patron will agree with Konnan’s sentiment, adding that their history is the past, because they’re going to paint the future of Impact Wrestling in their colours. El Patron will say that they’re out here tonight to make their alliance official, in front of the whole world. Extending his hand to Konnan, Alberto El Patron’s hope of sealing the deal tonight is ruined, when the music of Reno SCUM begins to play.
As the two men run down to the ring, the distraction will cause the moment to be ruined. Alberto will look ready to take out the two men, but Konnan will place a hand on his chest. Konnan will then lead Alberto El Patron out of the ring, telling him that his men have got this covered. Konnan will send El Patron away, diplomatically ensuring that he doesn’t need to get involved with Reno SCUM.

LAX vs. Reno SCUM
Looking for revenge on what is described as an “embarrassing upset” two weeks ago, LAX will start the match aggressively, looking to make quick work of Thornstowe and Luster. Reno SCUM will once again trouble LAX, but come unstuck when the involvement from the outside begins to pick up. With Diamante causing distractions and Homicide getting involved wherever possible, the numbers game will prove to be just too much for Reno SCUM. As a result, when Luster gets taken out, Adam will eventually fall to the “Street Sweeper”.

Winners: LAX
Duration: 7 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 5 minutes

Returning to the ring, Konnan and the rest of LAX will stand tall over the defeated Reno SCUM.
Making it clear that they aren’t done with them, Konnan will instruct his group to continue the beatdown on the two men, with commentary suggesting this is revenge for the “humiliation” of two weeks ago. Standing to the side, Konnan will direct traffic. As a result, he will be the first to spot when Johnny Impact runs down to the ring.

As Impact speeds down to the ring, he will haphazardly grab a Steel Chair from ringside. Now directing his men from the apron, as he looks to avoid Johnny Impact, Konnan will watch along with Diamante, as Johnny Impact takes a chair to Ortiz, Santana and Homicide. Realising that the fired up Johnny Impact won’t be stopped by any number of men, Konnan will lead LAX’s retreat. Having finally got the better of LAX, and with Alberto El Patron nowhere to be seen, Johnny Impact’s feat will be talked up on commentary. However, as soon as he begins to feel any sense of achievement, the music of Eli Drake will divert his attention.
Followed by Chris Adonis, Eli Drake will have a microphone in his hand. Eli Drake will make fun of Johnny Impact, saying that he looked like he was having a lot of fun playing superhero and swinging that chair around. But E-Li-Drake isn’t here to play Johnny’s games. Eli Drake will tell Johnny Impact to enjoy his moment in the sunshine, because he won’t be able to use his cheap tactics against him. Eli Drake will then add that Johnny Impact needs to forget about fighting the good fight against LAX, because Eli Drake wants his rematch… and he is taking it next week!
Video Package: Going back to the confrontation between Gail Kim and Taya two weeks ago, the new Knockouts Champion had her announcement cut off by the Impact newcomer. Having defeated Rosemary in a First Blood match at Bound For Glory, we will see Taya stake her claim to be the next Number One Contender. (2 minutes)



Alisha Edwards vs. Taya Valkyrie
A straightforward one sided match, the aim of this contest will be to show Taya in the best light possible. Managing very little offence, Alisha Edwards’ job in this match will be to play the underdog, unable to overcome the odds. The finish will come when Taya pins Alisha, following the “Road To Valhalla”.

Winner: Taya Valkyrie
Duration: 4 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 2 minutes

As Taya Valkyrie stand tall in the ring, she will be dismissive as the referee raises her hand. Signalling that she wants the Championship, Taya will draw Gail Kim out from the back.
Making her way to the ring, Gail Kim will go face to face with Taya, raising her Championship in the air. Off microphone, Gail will ask Taya “you want this?” Taya will nod her head at Gail Kim. Putting her hand out, Gail Kim will make it clear she is prepared to give Valkyrie a Championship shot, but Taya will hesitate in shaking her hand. Repeating “you want this?” Gail Kim will encourage Taya to shake her hand, eventually sealing the deal in the middle of the ring. Having got what she wanted, Taya will leave the ring, seemingly confirmed as the new Number One Contender.
Vignette: A graphic will display, promoting that Lashley will appear on Impact Wrestling next week.

Coming out of that, Jeremy and Josh will discuss Lashley’s appearance next week, confirming that he will update his position within Impact Wrestling on the show. Discussing his “walk out” two weeks ago, where he told Moose that he had done everything he had to do with the company, we are told that Lashley will address his “Official Status” in Impact Wrestling in 7 days time.

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Location: Sit-Down Interview
Duration: 3 minutes

Going over to a Sit-Down Interview recorded “earlier this week”, we will see Joseph Park take a seat, ready to discuss the situation surrounding Grado.
Joseph Parks will be defensive and evasive in answering questions, refusing to give a straight answer in relation to his change of heart. Parks will say that he has a job to do, and suggests that people don’t understand how hard his job is. Parks will also say that he gave Grado everything, he also put his reputation on his line, for somebody who turned out to be a “lazy, worthless prima donna”. Joseph Parks will say that he did this interview to clear things up, expressing his feelings of “betrayal” from Grado throwing this opportunity back in his face. Joseph Parks will then take a more twisted demeanor on, saying that before he decides whether to send Grado back to the UK, he is going to make sure he “extracts” everything that he can from his “client”.
Video Package: Footage will show the last time Ethan Carter and James Storm went one on one. The end of a heated and personal rivalry, at Slammiversary, we saw Ethan Carter defeat James Storm in a Strap match, after Storm took a knock to the head which cause him to lose consciousness. The remnants of this rivalry remains, even as the two men came together to form “Team Impact” with Eddie Edwards. However, leading into to Bound For Glory, we will see the respect that grew between the two, and the handshake that followed. After scoring the victory at BFG, we will be taken back to two weeks ago, where James Storm suggested the team went their separate ways… (3 minutes)


Ethan Carter vs. James Storm
With discussions of their interaction earlier in the night, the match begins with Ethan Carter telling James Storm that “we could have been great together”. However, before James Storm responds, Ethan Carter will go straight after Storm, taking the fight to him early on. From here, James Storm should come back in the match, taking the fight to Ethan Carter, who will take a breather as a result. Eventually, Ethan Carter should take control of the match, and make it appear as if he is attempting to “teach Storm a lesson”. This aggression will not venture into breaking the rules, but will still draw suggestions that Carter is going too far. In fact, at one point it will appear as if Carter could look to finish the match, but he will decide against it. The commentators will talk about how personally Carter took Storm’s suggestion to end “Team Impact” directly after Bound For Glory.

Remaining in charge, Ethan Carter will look to emphasise his dominance of the match, setting James Storm up for a One Percenter. However, James Storm will push Carter away, accidently sending him into the path of the referee. While this won’t cause harm to either man, it will disorientate Ethan Carter, who will turn straight into a “Last Call” Superkick from James Storm. This will be the move that results in Storm picking up the win.

Winner: James Storm
Duration: 12 minutes

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Location: In-Ring
Duration: 4 minutes

Having his hand raised in the ring, James Storm will take a couple of beers from ringside, waiting for Ethan Carter to return to his feet. When he does, Ethan will grabs the ropes to support himself and look extremely frustrated.
Ethan Carter will stagger towards James Storm, and extending an olive branch, Storm will offer Carter a beer, adding “great match, brother”. Ethan Carter will stare intently at the beer bottle, almost offended by the offer. Swiping the beer out Storm’s hand, Ethan Carter will knock the bottle on to the floor, spilling the beer all over the canvas. James Storm will be surprised, furrowing his brow at Ethan Carter in confusion and asking “what is your problem?”. This confusion should quickly turn to anger, as the unrepenting Ethan Carter remains stoic. As James Storm squares up to Ethan Carter, he will be told to “back off”. When James Storm refuses, Ethan Carter will finally look Storm in the eye, lightly pushing him away with his right hand. Carter will then go to walk past Storm, who will grab him on the shoulder. As the two men go nose to nose, Eddie Edwards will run down from the back.
Coming between the two men, Eddie Edwards will be unable to get through to Ethan Carter, who’s vacant stare will remain locked on Storm, even as Eddie speaks to him. This will draw fury from James Storm, who will begin shouting towards him, annoyed at his constant, unblinking glare. Reaching over Edwards, Storm will try and get his hands on Carter, pushing him back. Carter will take a step back from Storm, but maintain the eye contact with him. As a result of the reach, Eddie Edwards will turn to James Storm, telling him to calm down. Storm will protest that Carter is to blame, and Eddie will continue to try and play peacemaker.

Coldy assessing the situation, Ethan Carter will step towards Eddie Edwards, who has his back to him. Taking advantage of the ongoing discussion between Storm and Edwards, Ethan Carter will push his former partner - and apparent “close” friend - into James Storm, resulting in a clash of heads between the two. James Storm will stagger backwards into the ropes, while Eddie will back towards Ethan Carter. Grabbing Eddie Edwards by the head, Ethan Carter will drop him in the middle of the ring with a One Percenter, to the complete bafflement of Borash and Matthews. Standing over Eddie Edwards in the middle of the ring, Ethan Carter will finally show a shred of personality, as a smirk spreads across his face. Holding his head, and down on one knee, James Storm will look up at Ethan Carter, shaking his head in shock. When James Storm composes himself, Ethan Carter will roll out of the ring under the bottom rope, avoiding the wrath of his former partner.

James Storm will then check on Eddie Edwards, who will lay out in the ring. The commentators will express confusion as to Ethan’s actions, wondering why he took his frustrations out on Eddie Edwards, who has remained friends with him and had nothing to do with the dissolution of Team Impact. Taking a knee, James Storm will try to bring Eddie Edwards round, as focus will switch to the ramp. Stood with his back to the ring, Ethan Carter will close the show by looking over his shoulder, once again smirking back at what he had done. Carter will slowly raise his right arm, displaying his signature “3” hand gesture as the episode goes off air.

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