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Impact Wrestling TV taping spoilers: The road to Rebellion begins

The next two weeks of Impact on AXS TV are in the books.
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The following are spoilers from Sunday night's Impact Wrestling TV tapings in Louisville, Kentucky, following their Saturday Sacrifice special on Impact Plus.

These matches will air the next two weeks leading into their next TV tapings in Philadelphia on March 18th and 19th.

  • Raj Singh defeated Omar Amir
  • Jordynne Grace defeated Havok
  • Karl Anderson defeated Deaner in match taped for BTI. Afterward, the Good Brothers demanded a rematch with Violent By Design for the tag titles. Santino was on commentary for this and the previous two bouts.
  • Josh Alexander did a promo and was interrupted by Honor No More who then attacked him. Team Impact ran out to make the save.
  • Willie Mack defeated Kenny King with Team Impact and Honor No More banned from ringside.
  • Ace Austin defeated John Skyler and Crazy Steve in a three-way qualifying match for a shot at X-Division Champion Trey Miguel at  Rebellion.
  • Mickie James, Chelsea Green and The IInspiration defeated Knockouts Tag Team Champions The Influence, Knockouts Champion Tasha Steelz and Savannah Evans
  • Jay White called out Alex Shelley for a Too Sweet moment. The two went back and forth until Chris Sabin joined Shelley on the ramp which led to a tag team match of MCMG vs White and Chris Bey later.
  • Eddie Edwards defeated Rich Swann
  • Steve Maclin defeated Rhino
  • Bhupinder Guijar defeated Larry D. After the match, W. Morrissey went after Brian Myers at ringside but Guijar threw Raj Singh at Morrissey which led to more issues.
  • ROH Women's Champion and AAA Reina de Reinas Champion Deonna Purrazzo defeated Gisele Shaw and Lady Frost in a three-way Champ Champ challenge
  • JONAH defeated Zicky Dice. After the match, PCO came out on a stretcher, sat up, and had a pull-apart brawl with JONAH.
  • Masha Slamovich defeated Arie Alexander
  • The Motor City Machine Guns defeated Jay White and Chris Bey
  • Josh Alexander defeated Matt Taven