IMPACT On AXS TV Results (11/4/2021)

IMPACT On AXS TV Results From Sam’s Town Live In Las Vegas, Nevada (11/4/2021)

The road to the IMPACT Turning Point 2021 pay-per-view continues this evening.

IMPACT On AXS TV returns this evening starting at 8/7c from Sam’s Town Live in Las Vegas, Nevada with the latest build to their upcoming Turning Point PPV show scheduled for November 20, 2021.

Things gets started with the Before The IMPACT pre-show at 7/6c on AXS TV and the official IMPACT Wrestling YouTube channel, which features a scheduled six-man tag-team match pitting Brian Myers, Zicky Dice and VSK against the trio of Rich Swann, Willie Mack and Sam Beale.

Watch the Before The IMPACT pre-show which leads directly into tonight’s edition of IMPACT On AXS TV via the video embedded below courtesy of the official IMPACT Wrestling YouTube channel.

On tap for tonight’s main show is Moose, W. Morrissey and Minoru Suzuki vs. Josh Alexander, Eddie Edwards and Matt Cardona in a featured six-man tag-team bout, as well as Mickie James vs. Madison Rayne with the IMPACT Knockouts Championship on-the-line, Rohit Raju vs. Laredo Kid vs. Steve Maclin vs. Black Taurus in an IMPACT X-Division Championship Eliminator match and a non-title bout with IMPACT Tag-Team Champions The Good Brothers taking on FinJuice.

Featured below are complete IMPACT On AXS TV results from Thursday, November 4, 2021.


After the Before The IMPACT pre-show wraps up, this week’s main show kicks off with a video recap of the events that transpired on last week’s episode with Moose, Josh Alexander, Minoru Suzuki and others, as well as Scott D’Amore making the six-man tag-team main event for tonight’s program.

From there, “We Own The Night” plays along with the usual signature opening video that starts the show off each and every Thursday night on AXS TV.

We then shoot inside the arena where fans are making a ton of noise and the camera pans the venue while Matt Striker and D’Lo Brown welcome us to the show on commentary.

X-Division Title No. 1 Contender Match
Steve Maclin vs. Rohit Raju vs. Laredo Kid vs. Black Taurus

Now we get ready for our opening match of the evening, as Steve Maclin’s theme hits and he makes his way down to the ring for what will be a four-way X-Division Championship No. 1 Contender match.

As Maclin settles into the squared circle, his theme music dies down and then the familiar sounds of Rohit Raju’s entrance music plays as he makes his way down to the ring accompanied by Shera.

Raju settles into the ring as his theme cuts off and the entrance music for Laredo Kid plays. The masked fan-favorite makes his way out and heads down to the ring as D’Lo Brown calls him his odds-on-favorite to emerge victorious in this bout.

Finally, the lights in the building go out and the Decay theme plays as Black Taurus makes his way out accompanied by Crazzy Steve, and settles in the ring as the fourth and final competitor in this title-eliminator bout for a future shot at the X-Division Championship.

The bell sounds and Raju and Laredo Kid begin duking it out while Taurus and Maclin simply hang back and watch. They finally get into the mix as welll as Raju and Kid end up on the floor at ringside, leaving Taurus and Maclin alone in the ring. Kid fires up and hits a sling blade on Maclin for a near fall.

Laredo Kid continues to shine as he hits a couple of follow-up high spots, including a crazy top-rope moonsault splashing onto the rest of the competitors in this bout on the floor. The fans chant “La-re-do! La-re-do!” as the action resumes inside the squared circle.

Raju ends up taking over but soon thereafter, Taurus ends up in the shine-spot, as he hits a crazy top-rope modified drop kick that takes out Raju and Maclin. Laredo Kid re-enters the mix as Taurus and Raju filter out to the ringside area, and now he and Taurus go at it as the crowd starts to come alive.

Kid starts to gain the upper-hand over Taurus, and immediately after he does, he begins flying all over the place, popping the crowd with high spot after high spot. Taurus ends up on the floor. Maclin enters the ring but ends up running and diving right back out of it, splashing onto Taurus on the floor with a tope suicida.

Seconds later, Kid and Raju are left alone in the ring and Kid hits a Tiger Driver for the pin fall victory. With the win, Laredo Kid will move on to challenge for the X-Division Championship, currently held by Trey Miguel.

Winner and NEW No. 1 Contender To X-Division Championship: Laredo Kid

After The Match: Trey Miguel Approaches Laredo Kid, Steve Maclin Attacks

Once the match wraps up, Laredo Kid celebrates his big victory until the theme for Trey Miguel hits and the X-Division Champion makes his way down to the ring to get a closer look at the man he will be defending his title against next.

Miguel extends his hand to Kid and Kid gives him a handshake in a nice sign of respect. Unfortunately, things went downhill from there, as Maclin re-enters the ring and hits both Miguel and Kid with a cheap shot.

Eventually they fire up and get the better of him and everyone else, clearing the ring again and leaving themselves as the last two man standing. The commentators hype their upcoming title match showdown and then we move on.

Gia Miller Talks To Madison Rayne About Tonight’s Title Match & “Locker Room Talk”

After the opening bout of the evening wraps up, the commentary duo of Striker and Brown run down the advertised lineup for the rest of tonight’s show.

From there, we shoot backstage to Gia Miller, who is standing by with Madison Rayne and Kaleb With A K. She talks about her Knockouts Title match against Mickie James tonight and goes to walk off, but Miller stops her to ask one final question.

She brings up hearing that in addition to her title match against Mickie James later in the show, she will also be hosting another segment of Locker Room Talk where she will be talking to the new Knockouts Tag-Team Champions — The IInspiration (Jessica McKay and Cassie Lee).

Rayne turns around and claims to be unaware of what Gia is talking about. She walks off. Kaleb With A K makes a quick crack about Gia having her facts mixed up and then we head to a commercial break.

Gia Miller Talks To Ace Austin & Madman Fulton About Chris Sabin

When we return from the break, we shoot backstage to Gia Miller once again. This time, she is standing by with Ace Austin and Madman Fulton. She brings up his match against Chris Sabin on last week’s show and everything that unfolded after it ended.

Austin brushes off the question and instead simply brags about beating the former multiple-time X-Division Champion on last Thursday’s post-Bound For Glory show. He shows off his “I Beat Chris Sabin” t-shirt.

From there, he pats Fulton on the shoulder as he talks about Sabin being in big trouble tonight. Fulton speaks briefly, vowing to tear Sabin apart. Austin then quickly wraps up the interview segment.

Eric Young vs. Jai Vidal

Now we head back inside the building where the theme for Violent By Design hits and out comes Eric Young, Deaner and Joe Doering.

Young gets on the mic and talks about being ready to get back to battle. He wore a unique mask on the way to the ring as well.

Eventually someone named Jai Vidal makes his way out and heads down to the ring. He comes off like an excited, young wrestling hopeful. This leads to Young having some fun at his expense, sarcastically assuming this is Vidal’s first time on TV and that he is probably excited.

After that, we get down to business as it’s time for some one-on-one action here on IMPACT On AXS TV, as Eric Young takes on Jai Vidal.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one. Immediately we see the VBD leader taking it to the young prospect, beating him from one side of the ring to the other before finishing him off with ease with his piledriver finisher.

Winner: Eric Young

The IInspiration Being Stalked By Decay

We now head to a segment where we see The IInspiration walking around, presumably for their “Locker Room Talk” appearance mentioned earlier by Gia Miller in the Madison Rayne backstage interview segment.

Instead, we see this turn into a scene from a bad horror movie, as the lights go out and in the darkness, we see glimpses of Rosemary and Havok of Decay. They end up disappearing after freaking out the duo of McKay and Lee.

Eventually, the segment wraps up with The IInspiration seeing a message written on the wall for them by Rosemary and Havok, making it clear that they are invoking their champions rematch clause and are looking to recapture the Knockouts Tag-Team Championships at IMPACT Turning Point 2021. We then head to a commercial break.

Gia Miller Talks To The IInspiration About Decay Title Match At Turning Point 2021

When we return from the commercial break, we see Gia Miller standing by backstage with the Knockouts Tag-Team Champions The IInspiration. She asks them about what just transpired prior to the break.

McKay and Lee talk about how they aren’t surprised the Decay duo wants another crack at the Knockouts Tag-Team Titles at Turning Point, but mention that they are freaked out by them. Miller then warns them to steer clear of The Undead Bridesmaids.

Non-Title Match
The Good Brothers (C) vs. FinJuice

As we head back inside the building, we hear the familiar sounds of the entrance music of The Good Brothers. IMPACT Tag-Team Champions Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson make their way down to the ring for their advertised non-title match on tonight’s show.

The champs settle into the ring and their music dies down. Now the theme music for FinJuice plays and out comes the duo of David Finlay and Juice Robinson.

We hear the bell and we’re off-and-running with our next match of the evening here on IMPACT On AXS TV. The match features some back-and-forth action early on, however it isn’t long before The Good Brothers take over and start dominating the action.

Gallows knocks the FinJuice duo out to the floor and continues to deliver punishment as the commentary duo of Striker and Brown talk us into a mid-match commercial break as the action in this tag-team non-title match continues.

When we return from the break, we see the action still in progress. FinJuice starts to fire up and fight back into competitive form, as they seemingly have victory in their purview. Unfortunately, before they can finish off the IMPACT Tag-Team Champions, out comes the Bullet Club and the referee calls for the bell.

A big post-match brawl ensues between FinJuice and the Bullet Club. The Bullet Club end up beating down The Good Brothers and FinJuice. Hikuleo of the Bullet Club grabs hold of the IMPACT Tag-Team Titles and takes a good look at them.

Winners: No Contest

Gia Miller Talks To Johnny Swinger About The Demon & His New Casino In The Works

We shoot backstage where Gia Miller is standing by with Johnny Swinger. She sees him selling his stuff to make money so that he can buy himself a new Swinger’s Palace-style casino. Eventually Hernandez and John E. Bravo approach Swinger and take him to help him with The Demon. After this, we head to another commercial break.

Scott D’Amore Makes FinJuice vs. Bullet Club In Tag-Title Eliminator For Next Week

After we return from the break, we see Juice Robinson and David Finlay complaining about the Bullet Club costing them their match against the IMPACT Tag-Team Champions prior to the break. They vow to get their hands on the Bullet Club and make them pay.

Up walks Scott D’Amore, who tells Robinson and Finlay that they are going to get what they want — as they will be taking on the Bullet Club on next week’s show. He guarantees there will be a winner in the match, and says whoever emerges victorious will move on to challenge The Good Brothers for the IMPACT Tag-Team Championships at Turning Point 2021.

IMPACT Knockouts Championship
Madison Rayne vs. Mickie James (C)

Now we head back inside the building where we hear the familiar sounds of Madison Rayne’s theme music. The women’s wrestling and IMPACT veteran makes her way down to the ring for our next match of the evening.

Rayne settles inside the squared circle and her theme dies down. She waits for the entrance of her opponent in what will be an IMPACT Knockouts Championship match.

On that note, “Hardcore Country” plays and out comes the reigning, defending champ Mickie James. She heads into the ring and plays to the crowd, who gives her a nice reaction coming out.

The bell sounds and we are now officially off-and-running with our lone title bout scheduled for tonight’s show. The commentators talk early on about how most fans think of Gail Kim, Awesome Kong and Mickie James when thinking of women’s wrestling legends in IMPACT. They point out that Madison Rayne belongs in that same conversation without a doubt.

Early on we see Mickie being very cautious, avoiding getting caught in any traps by Rayne and Kaleb With A K, who is in her corner on the floor at ringside. Thus far it’s working out for the Knockouts Champion, as she dominates the offense from the word “go” and is having her way with Rayne thus far.

We see a spot where Kaleb tries to yank Rayne out of the ring from the floor, but Mickie yanks her back under the bottom rope and back into the ring. Kaleb tries again, Mickie again stops him. This goes back-and-forth with Rayne being pulled in opposite directions back-to-back-to-back.

Finally some distractions from Kaleb at ringside does allow Rayne to shift the offensive momentum in her favor, as she starts to take over and dominate the action at this point in the match. It doesn’t last long, however, and Mickie ends up shifting the momentum back in her favor and ultimately finishing off Rayne for the win.

Winner and STILL IMPACT Knockouts Champion: Mickie James

After The Match: Mercedes Martinez Confronts Mickie James Ahead Of Turning Point 2021

Once the match wraps up, we see Mercedes Martinez make her way out and head down to the ring. She approaches Mickie James and says they go back a long time and she definitely respects her.

With that said, however, Martinez goes on to mention her Knockouts Knockdown tournament victory and how she will see Mickie in the ring when she beats her for the IMPACT Knockouts Title at the upcoming Turning Point 2021 pay-per-view later this month.

The IInspiration Approach The Undead Bridesmaids To Fill-In For Them Next Week

We shoot backstage again where we see The IInspiration as they approach The Undead Bridesmaids. They claim to have heard such lovely things about the duo and then McKay asks if they would like to fill-in on their behalf and face off against Decay in tag-team action instead.

The Undead Bridesmaids talk in their usual gibberish, mentioning something about wanting to acquire souls. The IInspiration aren’t sure if that is a “yes” or a “no” to their proposition. After this, we head to another commercial break.

Gia Miller Talks To Josh Alexander, Eddie Edwards & Matt Cardona About Tonight’s Main Event

Backstage we see Gia Miller standing by with Josh Alexander and Eddie Edwards. The two talk about Moose’s actions as of late, which prompts “The Walking Weapon” to let his emotions get the better of him, which is a consistent character flaw Christian Cage pointed out in the former X-Division Champion heading into their World Championship showdown at Bound For Glory.

Edwards ends up cutting Alexander off after he gets a little too worked up and makes the same point, telling him that Christian was right about his emotions getting the best of him. He makes it clear he can relate to the actions of Moose, as he attacked his wife and other dastardly acts as well.

Matt Cardona ends up walking into the picture and talks about how they’ll do their thing in the main event tonight, deal with Moose, W. Morrissey and Minoru Suzuki and then things will be what they will be after it is all said-and-done.

Madman Fulton vs. Chris Sabin

We head back inside the building where Madman Fulton, accompanied by Ace Austin, as well as his opponent — Chris Sabin — make their respective entrances to the ring for our next match of the evening.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one. Sabin does well early on, avoiding the size and strength of his larger, stronger opposition and using his speed and quickness advantages to jump off into an early offensive lead.

This doesn’t last long, however, as Fulton starts to take over and he begins a lengthy prolonged one-sided beatdown of Sabin. On that note, we head into a mid-match commercial break as the action continues.

As we settle back in from the break, we see that Fulton is still very much in control of things inside the squared circle, as he is having his way with Sabin still. After a few minutes, Sabin starts to fire up for a big comeback, however Fulton ultimately kills his momentum and shifts it back into his own favor.

Moments later, as Fulton calls for the end of this one, looking to hit his finisher on Sabin, the IMPACT fan-favorite counters a DDT attempt from Fulton into a simple small package. He gets the three count and earns the victory. Austin and Fulton try and attack him after the match, but he escapes the ring and heads to the back as Austin and Fulton are left fuming inside the ring after the loss.

Winner: Chris Sabin

Moose, W. Morrissey & Minoru Suzuki vs. Josh Alexander, Eddie Edwards & Matt Cardona

Once the Fulton-Sabin match wraps up, we shoot to the commentary duo of Striker and Brown, as they run down updates to the IMPACT Turning Point 2021 lineup and then run down some matches scheduled for next week’s edition of IMPACT On AXS TV.

Now it’s main event time, folks, as there is nothing left on the schedule for tonight’s show except for the advertised six-man tag-team main event match.

With that said, we head back inside the building where the familiar sounds of Moose’s theme music plays and the IMPACT World Champion makes his way out and heads down to the ring as we head to a pre-match commercial break.

When we return from the break, we see some of the final ring entrances of competitors in this match, as W. Morrissey and Minoru Suzuki also make their way out, with the latter getting a big reaction and enthusiastic sing-along to his theme from the fans in the building.

Now the babyface trio make their way down to the ring one-by-one, starting with Eddie Edwards. Also making their way out and down to the ring are his two tag-team partners for this six-man tag-team main event — Josh Alexander and Matt Cardona.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with our headline bout on this week’s show. We see some back-and-forth action coming out of the gate to get this one underway and then the heels start to pull into the offensive lead as we head to a mid-match commercial break as the action in the ring continues.

As we settle back in from the commercials, we see the action still in progress, with chaos going on all over the place inside and outside of the ring. Eventually this one culminates with Morrissey hitting his finisher and scoring the pin fall victory for his team. The heel trio stands tall in the ring as this week’s show goes off the air on that note. Thanks for joining us!

Winners: Moose, W. Morrissey & Minoru Suzuki


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