Preview: IMPACT Wrestling – X-Division Open Challenge (9/2/21)

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IMPACT Wrestling returns to television this Thursday night for another two hours of IMPACT on AXS TV. The card will see Josh Alexander host his X-Division open challenge, The Influence will be in action, and a match with Victory Road implications will take place.  You can catch all of the action at 8 PM EST. […] READ MORE


Preview: IMPACT! On AXS TV – Satoshi Kojima Debuts (5/27/21)

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IMPACT Wrestling returns to AXS TV this week, fresh off of last week’s exciting episode. New Japan Pro Wrestling star Satoshi Kojima will make his IMPACT Wrestling debut and the new IMPACT World Tag Champions VBD will make an appearance. You can catch all of the action starting at 8 PM EST. The preshow, Before […] READ MORE


#AndNEW: Fire ‘N Flava Win IMPACT Knockouts Tag Team Championship

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IMPACT Wrestling has new IMPACT Knockouts Tag Team Champions. Fire ‘N Flava (Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz) have recaptured the titles. They won the tag titles back from Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering at Under Siege. This was a rematch from Rebellion where Grace and Ellering knocked off Fire ‘N Flava to win the championships. This was […] READ MORE


#ANDNew: Rachael Ellering & Jordynne Grace Win Knockouts Tag Titles

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The Knockouts Division has new Tag Team Champions. Rachael Ellering and Jordynne Grace knocked off former champions Fire ‘N Flava at the Rebellion pay-per-view. The duo was accompanied to the ring by Jazz, who has had her issues with Fire ‘N Flava. Jazz was forced to retire from in-ring competition following her career vs. title […] READ MORE




Rachael Ellering Appears To Be Done With NXT

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Looks like Rachel Evers is the latest departure from NXT as she returned her Twitter account to her real name, Rachael Ellering, and tweeted a video highlighting her NXT and indie career before stating “Rachael Ellering – Don’t Call It A Comeback”. Stylistically, it was very similar to the video that her real-life significant other […] READ MORE




Preview: ROW on the RISE (1/19/2019)

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2018 was probably the best year ever for women’s wrestling in North America. Stars like Tessa Blanchard took center stage, and events such as WWE‘s Evolution got fans everywhere excited to see women wrestle. But it wasn’t just the big name promotions. Indie promotions played, arguably, an even greater role in showcasing the best that women’s wrestling […] READ MORE