Former AEW wrestler makes his Impact taping debut (SPOILERS)

The impact wasn’t made at Center Stage in Atlanta after their against all odds event on Friday, July 1. On Saturday, they recorded material for the next two weeks of television. Here’s some of what

The impact wasn’t made at Center Stage in Atlanta after their against all odds event on Friday, July 1. On Saturday, they recorded material for the next two weeks of television.

Here’s some of what you’ll see the next two Thursdays on AXS — including the debut of a wrestler who just finished his AEW run — courtesy of Fightful & Wrestling Observer:

Before impact / dark matches

Brian Myers def. Aidan Prince will retain the Impact Digital Media Championship

Gisele Shaw def. Alisha

Bhupinder Gujjar def. johnny swinger

July 6

SpeedballMike Bailey def. Alan Angels will retain the X-Division title

• After the match, Bailey & Angels were attacked by Joe Doering and Deaner of Violent By Design. Doering wanted world champion Josh Alexander out, but got Eric Young instead. EY disappointed with Doering for losing title shot against all odds. He teased a breakup, but agreed when Deaner asked Young to give them another chance.

Trey Miguel def. Child of Laredo

BCP def. black bull

• Honor No More celebrated with PCO after winning. Heath walked into the crowd, hit Kenny King with a neckbreaker, and ran away.

Rich Swann def. shera

Mia Yim def. Deonna Purrazzo to become Jordynne Grace’s No. 1 Knockouts Championship contender

July 13

Josh Alexander and the Motor City Machine Guns def. Violent By Design (Young, Deaner & Doering)

Steve Maclin def. James Storm

• Sami Callihan tried to tackle Maclin after the match, but Maclin ran away before he could.

Chelsea green def. Mickie James

Masha Slamovich def. Dashwood Tenille

Honor No More (Eddie Edwards, Matt Taven, Mike Bennett and Kenny King) def. Bullet Club (Good Brothers, Ace Austin and Chris Bey)

Sound like a fun few weeks of rassling? Do you think the angels will stay around Impact?