IMPACT on AXS notes: Suzuki to be in six-man tag on 11/4, Josh Alexander, Mickie James

Morrissey and IMPACT World Champion Moose want Minoru Suzuki's help, Josh Alexander snaps, Madison Rayne confronts Mickie James

IMPACT Executive Vice President Scott D’Amore made it official that on the 11/4 IMPACT on AXS, Josh Alexander, Eddie Edwards and Matt Cardona will team up to take on IMPACT World Champion Moose and two talents of his choosing. Moose asked W. Morrissey to join him and together, they approached Minoru Suzuki who made his IMPACT TV debut on 10/28 and brawled with Josh Alexander.

Eric Young got physical on IMPACT TV for the first time since his ACL injury in March. Young, alongside Joe Doering and Deaner beat down Rhino and Heath. Violent By Design lost to Rhino and Heath at Bound For Glory.

The newly crowned Knockouts Champion Mickie James was confronted by Madison Rayne on the 10/28 program. Mickie is game to defend the title against Madison.

During a backstage segment, Scott D’Amore caught Josh Alexander pressing referee Brian Hebner up against an equipment crate. Alexander said he did what he did because Hebner let the IMPACT World Title match between he and Moose at Bound For Glory begin while Jade Chung (Josh’s wife) and his son were in the ring.

Trey Miguel won the vacant X Division Championship at Bound For Glory. His first title defense was against Rocky Romero and Trey remained champion. Post-match, he was attacked by Steve Maclin who was involved in the vacant X Division Title match at the pay-per-view. Maclin was not pinned.

To check out POST Wrestling’s complete breakdown of the 10/28 IMPACT on AXS, click here.

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