Impact Wrestling Coverage: Don’t Cross Kross, LAX OGs Return

The debut of Killer Kross and the return of Hernandez made for an off the wall episode of Impact that was easily one of the best of 2018.

Although the two LAX factions are a bit confusing, it should set up an awesome tag match at some point.

Matches:

Rich Swann vs. Fenix: This was Ana amazing match with a ton of counters- almost like a ritual dance. Swann did everything but win and Fenix eventually got the win with the Spinning Muscle Buster Bomb. After the match oVe attacked Fenix and “Pentagon” made the save before he beat on Fenix himself. Soon enough it’s revealed Pentagon is Sami Callihan and the real Pentagon made the save.

Fallah Bahh w/KM vs. Killer Kross: Bahh tried, but Kross Choked him out for the impressive win that was aided by an awesome Suplex on the 400-pounder. After the match, Kross choked out KM and basically laughed off Petey Williams’ chair shots.

Impact Women’s Champion Su Yung and Undead Bridesmaid vs. Madison Rayne and Allie: In spite of interference from Tessa Blanchard, Rayne escaped the Yung Panic Switch and landed the Crossroads for the win.

Katarina w/Grado) vs. Rebel: This was a throwaway segment that saw the always game Rebel lose via Backbreaker.

Kongo Kong w/Jimmy Jacobs vs. Brian Cage: Jacobs’ distractions weren’t enough as Cage eventually won with a Superplex and the Weapon X.

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