Credit: Influence Wrestling
Alex Shelley announced that he would not be able to participate in the tough competition in the advertising campaign, which forced Moose to participate in the game, with Chris Sabin and rival world champion Rich Swann (Rich Swann) cooperated with Kenny Omega, the label team champion brother and the AEW world champion.
Don Callis handled Omega̵
Before the action failed, the earlier wrestling from Sabine and Carl Anderson was replaced by a quarrel between Moose and Doc Garros. In all this, Omega caught Swann and marked Anderson. Sabin quickly fell from Moose’s stand-up moon landing, but high heels threw him around the corner again.
The action broke again. This time, the baby face turned around, and Sabine and Swan delivered the auxiliary tornado DDT to Omega and jumped off the rope to destroy their opponent. The gallows worked in Swann and Omega increased its prestige.
The Impact World Champion marked Moose as a game in the game, and the former St. Louis Ram was taken aback in the game. With Sabine, the legal man, when Omega dropped him with a powerful bomb between two people sitting still, these baby faces were once again in a defensive state.
Sabine knocked down Omega and shot down a blazing waterfall. However, Anderson and Gallows overwhelmed the former TNA and X-Division champions and scored twice of their own.
Swan entered the game and exchanged blows with Omega. The AEW champion got the best results, providing snapdragon supplies and hook pile drivers.
The moose held Omega on his shoulders, but the “cleaner” slid, and sent the big man into Swann, rotating him on the top rope. Enemy Swann and Moose combined to obtain improved apocalyptic equipment with a score of 2.
When Omega was rolled up, Swann delivered 450 splashes, and then fell sharply again.
The missed Phoenix splash gave way to the good brothers, who gave up Swann with the help of the Magic Festival killer and the elk, and made a save at the last minute. Omega put Moose on the floor, delivered the V-shaped trigger, and completed his victory with a single-winged angel.
Omega and The Good Brothers defeated Swann, Sabin and Moose
This is the dynamic main event that you would have expected from such a deep talent pool.
Moose shines here, this is the most electric performer in the prestigious circle performer competition. Whether using a gallows or a wrestling Omega, he is full of motivation, agility and body. When Impact clearly positioned him as the throne, he definitely performed well and looked like the company’s biggest star.
This brings us to Swann.
Rich has always been one of the best stories in the wrestling world. For the company, Rich overcame a serious career injury, won the world championship in a 10-month storyline, and won the Bound for Glory in October. The return.
However, throughout the specific storyline and throughout the game, he was overshadowed and treated him like Kenny Omega’s secondary thoughts. When Chris Sabine lost the game easily and did not damage his credibility, he ate the drops, which further aggravated his suspicious bookings throughout the plan.
As strong as the game, this does raise the question of why the whole suffering is so single from beginning to end.
After defeating Omega and “The Good Brothers”, he won the best baby face countless times in the introduction of “Hard to Kill”. Then they won the main event. What exactly did this do to Impact?
Of course, its status in the wrestling world has improved for a few weeks, but things quickly stabilized and there was no one-time buy-in rate, which does not seem to have any long-term benefits. Especially when Tony Khan and Tony Schiavone talk about trash on Impact every week.
Assuming that the goal is to book this one-time PPV match in the hope of generating revenue, it might work. Whether it is worth sacrificing the reputation of Impact Stars is a completely different question.