Fallah Bahh Granted World Title Shot
This week’s Impact Wrestling kicked off with Austin Aries, Moose, and Killer Cross out to cut a promo. The ring had two couches set up that looked a lot like Moose’s outfit from last week. Long story short, Aries tells us how they have taken out everyone that has stepped up to them. They say they will do the same to anyone else who tries their luck.
Much to everyone’s surprise, out came Fallah Bahh and KM. KM ripped Austin Aries for being a liar and called Moose a feminine hygiene product. Aries then challenged Bahh to an Impact World Championship match.
KM’s promo was better than expected and Austin Aries was on his game. This still seemed like a strange way to open the show. With all the talented guys currently on the roster, I’m not sure Fallah Bahh is the guy who needs a title shot. He is over with the crowd though.
Lucha Brothers defeated The Cult of Lee
This was another high quality match from the Lucha Brothers. Trevor Lee and Caleb Konley don’t get enough credit for how good they are in the ring. They sold a few spots really well and also hit a super impressive Doomsday Device-style foot stomp.
Fénix and Pentagón Jr. ultimately hit the Fear Factor to pick up the win. The match was a fun TV match with lots of spots. I’m not sure how much longer Pentagón and Fénix will be in Impact, but they are one of the best acts on the show while they have them.
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After the match, oVe appeared on the video screen. Sami Callihan cut another good promo, as he and the Crists challenged the Lucha Brothers and Brian Cage at Bound for Glory. The ‘Draw’ is absolutely fantastic.
Jake Crist is doing his best Damien Mizdow impression. For some reason, he’s mimicking everything Callihan says. Unfortunately, it’s not as funny as Mizdow’s was. Brother Dave is not impressed by this.
Neither am I, but sign me up for another round of oVe vs. the Lucha Brothers. Callihan better bring an industrial style stapler if he plans on stapling any WrestleTalk Magazines to Brian Cage.
— WrestleTalk Magazine (@WrestleTalkMag) September 11, 2018