IMPACT 1000 notes: Feast or Fired results, Traci Brooks set for HOF, Mickie James & Tasha Steelz return

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The Feast or Fired match made its comeback at IMPACT 1000. Four briefcases were secured and the talents that left with them were Chris Bey, Crazzy Steve, Yuya Uemura and Moose. Steve Maclin had one of the briefcases but Rhino made his return and Gore’d Maclin which sent the briefcase flying into Moose’s hands. At part two of IMPACT 1000, the results from Feast or Fired will be revealed as one of the briefcase holders will be let go from the company. 

For the first time since 2012, Traci Brooks was in in-ring competition. She teamed with her husband Frankie Kazarian and they bested Eddie Edwards and Alisha Edwards. After Traci secured the win, she was surprised with the announcement that she’ll be inducted into the IMPACT Hall of Fame along with Mike Tenay and the late Don West

Former Knockouts World Champions Mickie James and Tasha Steelz made their returns. They’ll be a part of the 10-woman tag match on 9/21. It’ll be James, Trinity, Gail Kim, Awesome Kong and Jordynne Grace taking on Deonna Purrazzo, Savannah Evans, Angelina Love and Tasha. 

Team 3D (Bully Ray & D-Von Dudley) were back in action and they scored a win over Champagne Singh and the returning Rohit Raju. 

The following matches are also on the bill for part two of IMPACT 1000: 

  • Josh Alexander vs. Trey Miguel
  • Eric Young vs. Kenny King (w/ Sheldon Jean)
  • Ultimate X Match: Angels vs. ‘Speedball’ Mike Bailey vs. Samuray Del Sol vs. Ace Austin vs. Zachary Wentz vs. Rich Swann

On Before the IMPACT, Jody Threat picked up a win over KiLynn King. King’s foot was on the rope but the referee did not see it. 

As Santino Marella, Eric Young and America’s Most Wanted (James Storm & Chris Harris) were conversing backstage, Shark Boy joined in. Marella appointed Shark Boy as the Deputy Director of Authority. 

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