IMPACT on AXS notes: Golden Six Shooter match, two title bouts on 1/26, Jay Briscoe graphic

Golden Six Shooter match for a shot at the IMPACT World Title, Jay Briscoe graphic, two title matches official for January 26th

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New IMPACT Wrestling on-screen authority figure, Santino Marella, made it official that on the 1/26 program, there is going to be a ‘Golden Six Shooter’ match with the winner facing Josh Alexander for the IMPACT World Championship at No Surrender on 2/24. The participants are Sami Callihan, Moose, Rich Swann, Rhino, Eddie Edwards and Chris Sabin. 

Callihan is in the process of joining The Design (Deaner, Angels & Kon). His first task was passed on ‘Before the IMPACT’ when he delivered a piledriver to Delirious after a tag match against Kon and Angels. Callihan was informed that there will be consequences if he does not win the ‘Golden Six Shooter’. 

Two championship matches are scheduled for 1/26 in addition to a traditional tag match: 

  • X Division Championship: Trey Miguel (c) vs. ‘Action’ Mike Jackson
  • Knockouts World Tag Team Championships: Death Dollz (Taya Valkyrie & Jessicka) (w/ Rosemary) vs. Gisele Shaw & TBA (w/ Jai Vidal)
  • The Major Players (Brian Myers & Matt Cardona) vs. BULLET CLUB (Ace Austin & Chris Bey)

To honor the life of the late Jay Briscoe, a graphic was put up for the former IMPACT World Tag Team Champion. 



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To start off the show, Bully Ray told Knockouts World Champion Mickie James to exit the ring. This was to set up the six-person tag that saw Mickie, Frankie Kazarian and Jordynne Grace take on Tasha Steelz, Savannah Evans and Bully. There were appearances from both Santino Marella and Ernest ‘The Cat’ Miller during this segment. 

Headlining the 1/19 IMPACT on AXS was ‘Speedball’ Mike Bailey defeating Kenny King in a Pit Fight match. Bailey won via TKO after stomping a chair onto King’s head. 

Busted Open Radio’s Dave LaGreca sat down with Tommy Dreamer to talk about his fallout with fellow Busted Open co-host, Bully Ray.

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