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IMPACT Wrestling Results (10/4): Matt Sydal vs. Rich Swann

IMPACT Wrestling Results (10/4)

Impact Wrestling
October 4, 2018
Frontin Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico

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Transcription by Josh Lopez 

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First Match: Rich Swann vs. Matt Sydal 

Swann shakes hands with Sydal. Sydal tells Swann to open his third eye. Swann responds with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Sydal rolls himself out of the ring. Swann SuperKicks Sydal. Swann follows that with a Corkscrew Senton off the ring apron. Swann punches Sydal in the face. Sydal leapfrogs over Swann. Swann somersaults over Sydal. Sydal kicks Swann in the gut. Sydal goes for a SnapMare TakeOver, but Swann lands back on his feet. Swann with a Tilt-A-Whirl HeadScissors TakeOver. Swann drops Sydal with a Running Back Kick. Sydal with a Leg Lariat that sends Swann to the floor.

Sydal blasts Swann with a knife edge chop. Swann is throwing haymakers at Sydal. Sydal crawls under the ring. Sydal rakes the eyes of Swann. Sydal rolls Swann back into the ring. Swann and Sydal are trading back and forth shots. Swann kicks Sydal in the jaw. Sydal responds with a Side Walk Slam. Sydal goes for a Belly to Back Suplex, but Swann lands back on his feet. Swann thrust kicks the midsection of Sydal. Swann with a Tilt-A-Whirl Hurricanrana. Swann with a RoundHouse Kick for a two count. Swann is in a deep trance. Swann connects with a HandSpring Cutter for a two count.

Sydal has Swann perched on the top turnbuckle. Sydal goes for a Standing FrankenSteiner, but Sydal lands back on his feet. Swann unloads another SuperKick. Swann goes for a Standing FrankenSteiner, but Sydal counters with an Avalanche PowerBomb for a two count. Sydal with a High Leg Lariat to Swann. Swann negates The Chemical Imbalance. Swann drops Sydal with a Spinning Heel Kick. Swann sets up for The Phoenix Splash. Ethan Page PowerBombs Swann back into the ring. Sydal plants Swann with a Swinging Fisherman’s NeckBreaker to pickup the victory.

Winner: Matt Sydal via Pinfall 

Second Match: Eli Drake vs. La Parka

“The Smoke Show” Scarlett Bordeaux joins the commentary team for this match. Park attacks Drake before the bell rings. Parka starts teeing off on Drake. Parka is choking Drake in the corner. Parka kicks Drake in the gut. Parka HeadButts Drake. Parka blasts Drake with two knife edge chops. Parka delivers an irish whip. Drake side steps Parka into the turnbuckles. Drake with a Leaping NeckBreaker. Drake transitions into a ground and pound attack. Drake grabs a folding chair. Parka with a Drop Down Lariat. Parka throws the chair out of the ring. Drake gets himself intentionally counted out.

Winner: La Parka via CountOut 

LAX & The OGz Backstage Segment: 

Ethan Page & Matt Sydal Backstage Segment: 

Third Match: Murder Clown w/Katarina vs. Joe Hendry w/Grado 

Hendry made a music video for Murder Clown and Katarina. Hendry starts things off with a Uppercut/Chop Combination. Clown tosses Hendry across the ring. Clown kicks Hendry in the gut. Clown blasts Hendry with a knife edge chop. Hendry with a Jumping Knee Strike. Hendry goes for an irish whip from, but Clown stands still. Hendry dives over Clown. Clown with a Diving Clothesline. Clown gets Hendry tied in the tree of woe. Clown with a Hesitation Dropkick.

Clown with a clubbing blow to Hendry’s back. Clown drives his knee into Hendry’s face. Hendry is having a hard time creating separation. Clown applies a wrist lock. Clown kicks Hendry in the back. Clown bodyslams Hendry. Clown goes for a Running Senton, but Hendry ducks out of the way. Hendry with a Fallaway Slam. Clown with a double boot to Hendry’s chest. Clown drops Drake with a Corner Clothesline. Clown lands a Top Rope Splash to pickup the victory. After the match, Katarina low blows Grado. Clown puts Hendry through a table with another Diving Splash.

Winner: Murder Clown via Pinfall 

Eddie Edwards, Moose, and Killer Kross Segment: 

Johnny Impact & Austin Aries In-Ring Segment: 

Impact calls out Aries. Aries is here all alone, but after last week, he’s suffered some injuries. Aries had a concussion, nerve damage in his arm, twisted his ankle and has a bad back. Impact didn’t think he was going to come out here. Aries had an inconvenient day, but he’s right about one thing: he’s not going to whoop his ass tonight, he’s going to do it at Bound For Glory because he wants the Impact World Title to prove that nobody here is better than him in the ring. It’s about proving who’s the best, not who can hire the most goons or politic backstage.

The title should be about Austin Aries vs Johnny Impact, so since he came out here by himself tonight, he wants to know if Aries can do the same at Bound For Glory? Aries won the title in 45 seconds in his street clothes. Moose and Killer Kross will not come to ringside, because he doesn’t need anybody to do his dirty work. Aries is the Impact World Champion and the best wrestler in the world. Meanwhile Impact has spent his career putting his eggs in a million baskets. Aries spent his career putting all his eggs in a basket called pro wrestling, and he’s the master of this world.

Impact looks like a million bucks with his robe, tights, abs, and hair, and he looks like he should be the World Champion, and he looks like a great pretend pro wrestler. Aries may not look the part of the man, he’s the man around here. At Bound For Glory, Johnny Impact is going to walk that aisle looking like a million dollars, like he’s finally going to become the World Champion, and everyone in the building will believe it, but then Aries will come out in black trunks, black boots, and he doesn’t even care if they play his music, because he’s going to get in that ring and beat him.

Maybe Impact should change his name to Johnny 205. Aries better realize what he’s getting himself into. His choices are either getting in the ring with him at Bound For Glory, or giving up his title shot and become his lap dog, and he would rather get wheeled out of Bound For Glory on a stretcher than accept that offer. Aries says that’s fine, and he’ll see him at Bound For Glory, but first, he has one last thing to say, Aries hits Impact with a microphone. Aries is putting the boots to Impact. Impact SuperKicks Aries. Impact lands The Starship Pain.

– Next week on Impact it will be Rohit Raju vs. Gursinder Singh to see who’s the weak link in The Desi Hit Squad.

– GWN Flashback Moment Of The Week is Hulk Hogan vs. Sting from TNA Bound For Glory 2010.

The Smoke Show With Special Guests: Petey Williams & Trevor Lee 

Fourth Match: Kiera Hogan w/Allie vs. Su Yung 

Yung attacks Hogan before the bell rings. Hogan is throwing forearms at Yung. Hogan blasts Yung with a knife edge chop. Hogan follows that with a Corner Clothesline. Hogan with a Running Hip Attack. Hogan wraps this sequence with a Sliding Boot for a two count. Hogan unloads another knife edge chop. Yung reverses out of the irish whip from Hogan. Hogan kicks Yung in the jaw. Yung responds with a Reverse Alabama Slam for a two count. Yung transitions into a ground and pound attack.

Yung tosses Hogan around the ring. Yung with a clubbing blow to Hogan’s back. Yung thrust kicks the midsection of Hogan. Yung wraps her legs around Hogan’s neck. Yung goes for a HeadScissors TakeOver, but Hogan blocks it. Hogan with rapid fire forearms. Hogan ducks a clothesline from Yung. Hogan with Two Modified SlingBlades.

Following a snap mare takeover, Hogan SuperKicks Yung. Yung heads to the outside. Hogan lands a Suicide Dive. Hogan is fired up. Hogan rolls Yung back into the ring. Hogan with the cover for a two count. Yung goes for The Panic Switch, but Hogan lands back on her feet. Hogan with a SitOut PowerBomb for a two count. Yung knocks Allie off the ring apron. Yung plants Hogan with The Panic Switch to pickup the victory. After the match, Yung puts Hogan in a coffin.

Winner: Su Yung via Pinfall 

Taya Valkyrie Promo: 

Fifth Match: oVe vs. The Lucha Brothers & Brian Cage in a 6-Man Tag Team Match 

Pier six brawl after the bell rings. Pentagon hits The SlingBlade. Cage dumps Callihan on the canvas. Cage with a MoonSault off the second rope. Fenix follows that with a Swanton Bomb for a two count. Callihan rakes the eyes of Fenix. Fenix fires back with a flurry of kicks. Fenix with a Forearm Smash to Callihan. Fenix knocks The Crist Brothers off the ring apron. Callihan sends Fenix chest first on the top rope. Callihan with a Draping Fisherman’s NeckBreaker. Callihan drags Fenix to the corner. Callihan transitions into a ground and pound attack. Callihan is trying to rip off Fenix’s mask.

Crist Brothers clears the ring. Dave gets Fenix in The Electric Chair Position. Fenix lands back on his feet. Fenix shoves Dave into Callihan. Fenix tags in Cage. Cage fires up with multiple clotheslines. Callihan with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Cage responds with a Pop Up PowerBomb. Cage with a Spinning Back Kick to Dave. Cage connects with a Fallaway Slam/German Suplex Combination. Callihan with a Running Pump Kick to Cage. Cage is pissed. Callihan pulls down the referee. The referee calls for the bell. After the match, oVe attacks Cage from behind.

Pentagon with a LungBlower to Jake. Dave responds with a Twisting FlatLiner. Fenix with a Roll Through Cutter. Fenix SuperKicks Jake. Jake kicks Fenix in the jaw. Jake throws Fenix into the turnbuckles. Cage goes for a Discus Lariat, but Jake counters with a Spinning Heel Kick. Cage decks Jake with a Jumping Knee Strike. Cage takes out the calvary with a Deadlift Suplex off the second rope. Cage and Callihan are trading back and forth shots on the floor. Fenix delivers a Corkscrew Plancha off the steel guard rail. The show ends with another pier six brawl.

Winner: The Lucha Brothers & Brian Cage via Disqualification 

Check Out Episode 126 of The Josh Lopez Wrestling Podcast 

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