TNA iMPACT notes: Jordynne Grace retains in main event, Moose/Nic Nemeth, Digital Media Title

Headlining the newest episode of TNA iMPACT was a Knockouts World Championship match. Jordynne Grace successfully defended against Tasha Steelz. 

At the Rebellion pay-per-view, Moose is going to put the TNA World Championship on the line against Nic Nemeth. Nemeth had an in-ring segment and was confronted by The System (Moose, Eddie Edwards, Brian Myers & Alisha Edwards). Moose stated that throughout Nemeth’s career, he has never been able to beat the system. 

There was a Digital Media Title bout on the show that saw Crazzy Steve retain over PCO. As the match was ongoing, Kon made his way to the ring and ended up brawling with PCO. With PCO distracted, Steve rolled him up for the win.

Deaner appeared for an in-ring segment and stated that he’s made a lot of mistakes over the last few years and referenced his time in Violent By Design and how he lead The Design. He wants to regain his love of wrestling and said he will no longer be making the decisions. Deaner will let the fans guide him and that led to him getting into a scuffle with Grizzled Young Veterans (Zack Gibson & James Drake). Making the save were Time Splitters (KUSHIDA & Alex Shelley). They picked up a win over G.Y.V. in a tag match. 

Scheduled for 3/28 is an appearance from A.J. Francis and Rich Swann to explain how their alliance came about.

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