Kenny Omega retained his IMPACT World Championship at Against All Odds. The match took place at the home of All Elite Wrestling – Daily’s Place. Omega retained after the referee was accidentally knocked down. The Young Bucks then appeared and hit Moose with a BTE Trigger. They then helped Omega hit the One Winged Angel for the victory. As they celebrated, the lights went down and Sami Callihan appeared with a bat taking everyone down. Don Callis grabbed a mic to tried talking Sami out of the ring. Callihan refused to leave the ring, which caused Callis to fire Callihan from IMPACT Wrestling as the event went off the air.
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The match location was determined at the first-ever AEW and IMPACT Wrestling summit this past Thursday night on IMPACT. Don Callis, Scott D’Amore, and Tony Khan met in the ring last week to address the main event of Against All Odds. Callis attempted to get into the mind of Moose over the last couple of weeks on IMPACT. The attempts were not successful, which D’Smore to push for a triple threat match at Against All Odds. With Kenny Omega holding both the AEW and IMPACT World titles, Tony Khan was brought in to settle the dispute.
Although the match did not become a triple threat contest, Khan did move the location of the match from IMPACT’s home of Skyway Studios to Daily’s Place. Khan also decided that the winner of the match would face Sami Callihan at Slammiversary. This was before Callis’s actions tonight. Omega is now left without an opponent for the IMPACT World Championship at Slammiversary.
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