Here are the results for the episode of Impact Wrestling airing November 3rd, 2020. Check the link if you missed the previous episode here: Bravo & Rosemary’s Wedding
Who shot Johnny Bravo? Taya Valkyrie? Hernandez? Cody Deaner? Rikishi (for The Rock)? Let’s find out. Tommy Dreamer asks D’Amore for the prognosis. Bravo is in a medically induced coma, but is stable. Dreamer will conduct an investigation.
#1. [Knockouts Championship] Su Yung (c) vs. Deonna Purrazzo (w/ Kimber Lee) — Winner: Deonna Purrazzo by DQ after Yung hit her with a steel chair
Rhino is helping Heath to sit down due to his leg injury. Scott D’Amore sits down with them so they can sign the contract. He’s worried about Heath’s status though, and doesn’t want him to sign anything til Heath has rehabbed his injury.
Purrazzo’s representative Barrister Evans is back. He’s upset about the way the Knockouts title match went down, so Scott tells him she will get a No DQ match against Yung for the title. Evans wasn’t after that… but it’s all Scott is willing to give.
Rich Swann catches up with Eddie Edwards. They be tagging tonight and the champ is ready. It seems they both love singing Eddie’s theme song.
#2. Chris Bey vs. Trey Miguel — Winner: Chris Bey with a Flying Cutter
Madison Rayne Locker Room Talk
Welcome back to the show, and Madison Rayne is accompanied by Johnny Swinger. He’s not worried about the murder allegations. This week we have Jordynne Grace as a guest… Swinger goes to hug her but she shoves him out the way. Tenille Dashwood is here as well, and Swinger isn’t happy to see Kaleb. Madison nudges them in the direction of forming a team for the Knockouts Tag Team title tournament.
Grace gives Tenille a slight compliment and she takes the time to stop looking at her phone and ask… Madison if she will be her partner. And you know… Madison likes the idea and Jordynne’s completely ignored. She gets up, takes the phone from Kaleb and throws it away. Swinger wants to get in to the photoshoot with Tenille & Madison, but Kaleb says he’s ruining it.
– Tommy Dreamer is going all Sherlock Holmes on the investigation. He rules out the referee who Bravo called a moron. Cody Deaner & Johnny Swinger argue about who will be questioned by Tommy first, but they have a match to get on with so he lets ’em go.
– TJP tries getting in to a match with Rohit Raju, but the champion isn’t buying it because he already beat him in the match at Bound For Glory. TJP lists his accomplishments, but Raju calls him pathetic and repeatedly tells him to leave his ring. In frustration, TJP spills tea all over Raju and a brawl ensues; with TJP getting the upper hand.
– Chris Sabin says Motor City Machine Guns didn’t get beat because The North injured Alex Shelley before the match, and that’s the only way any team could overcome them. He wants to prove why he’s one-half of the best team in the world in an open challenge to Larry D or anyone who wants to step up.
– The argument spills over in to the backstage area between Raju & TJP. Scott D’Amore settles this by booking them in an X-Division title match, but if TJP loses he will never be allowed to challenge for the title so long as Raju remains champion.
#3. Doc Gallows (w/ Karl Anderson) vs. Ethan Page (w/ Josh Alexander) — Winner: Doc Gallows
The two teams fight after the bell and The Good Brothers prevail. The North are the tag team champions, but momentum is not on their side.