TNA Impact Review – March 7, 2024

TNA Impact Review – March 7, 2024

Non Title Match
X Division Champion Mustafa Ali vs. Kevin Knight

Mustafa Ali hits a backstabber from the top rope and crawls over for the only but only gets a two count.

Ali slaps Kevin Knight and runs the ropes but is turned inside out by a clothesline.

Ali goes to the outside and is checked on by his security but Knight hits a splash off the top rope.

The Good Hands comes out but are followed by Time Machine and they get into a brawl.

Ali goes for a Splash but Knight moves out of the way and hits Sky High for a near fall.

John Skyler tries to interfere using the X Division Title but Chris Sabin fights him and Ali hits a running kick.

Ali grabs the X Division Title and hits it on Knight for the win.

Winner: X Division Champion Mustafa Ali

After the match The Good Hands get a hold of Kevin Knight and extend his arm and Ali hits a 450 Splash on his arm. Alex Shelley’s music hits and he runs out and Ali & The Good Hands bail.

We see a video package for the Knockouts Title Triple Threat Match.

We see Kevin Knight backstage being tended to by doctors and the doctor says there is no way he can compete for the next 24 hours. Alex Shelley takes exception to Kushida throwing in the towel. Sabin says if he acts like that, no one will want to team with him. Shelley talks about Time Splitters vs. The Good Hands.

Ash By Elegance vs. Angel Blue

Ash By Elegance hits a running upper knee and hits punches in the corner followed by stomping a mudhole on her. Ash By Elegance pulls her down by the hair.

Ash By Elegance pummels her with right hands. Ash By Elegance hits a vertical suplex and goes to the top rope and hits Rarefied Air for the win.

Winner: Ash By Elegance

We see a recorded promo by Steve Maclin from a hotel room. He says he has been right all along about Nic Nemeth. He asks where he is. He says he is not going to accept this double standard and he will not be there until Nemeth is there. He hears a knock on his door and goes to open it and Nemeth attacks him and lays him out.

Tag Team Match
The Good Hands (Jason Hotch & John Skyler) vs. Time Splitters (Alex Shelley & Kushida)

Kushida wrings Jason Hotch’s arm but Hotch gets the tag to John Skyler before Skyler grabs Kushida and tags to Hotch and Hotch hits a running kick on Kushida.

Skyler gets the tag and they team to hit a double shoulder block on Kushida for a two count.

Kushida tags to Alex Shelley & Shelley chops Skyler and hits chops in the corner on Hotch.

Shelley whips Hotch and Skyler gets the tag as Hotch grabs Shelley’s leg and Skyler clotheslines him from behind.

Hotch hits a kick followed by a spear off the ropes for a two count before Hotch gets the tag and hits a neckbreaker for two.

Hotch clears Kushida from the apron but Shelley throws Skyler into Hotch.

Kushida gets the tag and Time Splitters hits a double team dropkick on Skyler for a two count.

Hotch hits a Blue Thunder Bomb on Kushida for a two count before Kushida hits a baseball slide onto Hotch on the outside and locks in Hoverboard Lock on Skyler in the ring and Skyler taps out.

Winners By Submission: Time Splitters

We see a vignette with Dirty Dango & he’s in a field with Oleg Pradius & Alpha Bravo and he asks of they’re in the Hardy Compound. Dango says they’re going in each market and facing a team with 1year or less of experience. He talks about Josh Alexander and asks why he’s wearing a headgear and if he has no ears. Dango says real tough guys don’t need a catchphrase.

We see The Good Hands backstage with Mustafa Ali. Skyler talks about their loss and says this was like a fact finding mission. Mustafa Ali says he thanks them because he realized that Time Splitters cannot be taken lightly and brings out the Grizzled Young Veterans and says they’re better suited for the task at hand. He thanks The Good Hands for their services.

Knockouts Tag Team Champion Masha Slamovich vs. Dani Luna

Dani Luna hits a dropkick and charges at Masha Slamovich in the corner and hits an exploder suplex.

Luna uses the ropes to hit an assisted Blue Thunder Bomb for a two count.

Luna hits a back elbow on Slamovich but Slamovich dumps Luna on her shoulders for a two count.

Slamovich goes for Snowplow but Luna reverses into a roll up for a two count before Luna hits Luna Landing for the win.

Winner: Dani Luna

We see a recap of last week’s Soundcheck where PCO came in and got into it with Kon.

PCO vs. Alan Angels

Alan Angels goes to the top rope and goes for a frog splash but PCO moves out of the way and turns Angels inside out with a clothesline and hits a chokeslam on Angels and hits a PCO Sault off the top rope for the win.

Winner: PCO

After the match, Kon comes out with a chair and attacks PCO. He grabs Angels and snaps his neck. PCO has a chair and Kon and PCO get into a duel. They fight all the way out of the entrance stage.

We see a clip of the Digital Media Title No DQ match from Xplosion.

We see a Digital Media Champion Crazzy Steve vignette and he says what he is is a little bit complicated. He says he is an artist and he teaches misery. He says each time he’s in the ring, his title is being defended. He says in the end the story of his life will be his death.

Eric Young comes out to the ring and says Sacrifice has been a way of life for him. He says he would give a thousand lifetimes to be standing where he is standing right now. He says one of the things he wants is what TNA World Champion Moose is holding. He says he won’t guarantee results but he will guarantee that he will keep coming forward. He says Moose is one of the best to ever do it. He says the dead don’t get deader and at Sacrifice he’s playing for keeps.

Moose’s music hits and he comes out and says Young is truly a world class maniac and he has the idiots believing in all the bull crap coming out of his mouth. He says Eric Young he has been in TNA for a very long time and at Sacrifice, his time is over. He says the outcome will be the same and still TNA World Champion. He says he’s done his homework and Eric Young loves a good fight. He says he also loves a good fight. He suggests giving the people a good old fashioned New Orleans Street Fight. Moose says that’s not how The System works. Eddie Edwards & Brian Myers attack Eric Young from behind. Moose hits a spear on Eric Young. Alisha Edwards comes out with a steel chain and Moose wraps it around his body and spears Eric Young again. Moose signals for one more but TNA World Tag Team Champions ABC come out and The System bail.

Josh Alexander vs. Dirty Dango

Josh Alexander & Dirty Dango exchange punches before Alexander goes for a C4 Spike but Dango take out the knee but Alexander hits a rolling senton and drops a knee off the ropes onto Dango for a two count.

Dango sets up Alexander in the corner and hits a leg drop and hits a Falcon Arrow for a two count.

Dango goes to the top rope for Down & Dirty but Alexander moves out of the way and hits consecutive German suplexes and goes for the bridging pin but couldn’t go through with it because of his knee.

Dango goes for a superplex off the top rope but Alexander pushes him to the outside onto Alpha Bravo. Alexander hits a senton off the top rope onto Dango & Bravo on the outside.

Alexander tosses Dango into the ring but Oleg catches his leg and Dango hits a tornado DDT and goes to the top rope for Down & Dirty but Alexander catches his leg for the Ankle Lock and Dango taps out.

Winner By Submission: Josh Alexander