Bobby Lashley, Bram, Eli Drake & Tyrus Vs Alberto El Patron, Chris Adonis, Matt Morgan & Magnus

Alberto and Lashley start us off, but Lashley tags out to Drake before making contact. Feeling out stuff to start until Alberto hits an enziguiri for 2. Adonis tags in and unloads some chops on Drake and makes a quick cover for 2. Lashley tags in and goes to work on Adonis, then they trade full nelson attempts before Adonis takes Lashley down with a shoulderblock. Adonis with a double underhook suplex ot the World Champion, who now tags Bram in to charge right into a Samoan drop from Adonis for 2. Magnus is in to see his first action in an Impact ring in a long time, and coincidentally, it’s against his former BFF Bram. Magnus with a sitout Michinoku driver for 2, then Bram ditches out to the floor. Magnus connects with a baseball slide, but Bram trips Magnus on the apron and rams him into the barricade a couple of times. Bram dishes out more punishment inside the ring and tags in Drake to put the boots to Magnus. Magnus hits a jawbreaker on Drake, but gets brought right back down with a Russian legsweep. Magnus boots Drake in the face and makes the tag to Alberto, who comes in and hits a lungblower on Drake. He goes after Lashley before hitting a single arm DDT on Drake as we go to commercial.

We’re back as Tyrus blindsides Adonis with a clothesline from behind before hitting a slam and an elbowdrop for 2. Tyrus with a t-bone suplex, followed by an avalanche splash in the corner . Tyrus picks Adonis up, walks to the corner, and tags Lashley before hitting a front powerslam, allowing Lashley to cover for 2. Adonis is in deep trouble as Lashley hits a neckbreaker for 2. Magnus gets mugged in the Mathews corner, then Bram hits a short clothesline for 2. Drake is back in and dumps Adonis to the floor where Lashley and Bram work him over some more. Team Borash tries to make the save, but the referee goes to the floor and backs them off, allowing the heels more time to work Adonis over. Finally we’re back under control as Drake hits a powerslam and elbowdrop on Adonis for 2. Adonis tries to fight his way past Tyrus and Drake, but Tyrus headbutts him in the chest and drags him to the corner. Tyrus goes to the second rope for the Vader Bomb, but Adonis rolls out of the way and then makes it to his corner to tag Morgan in. Morgan cleans house on the entire Team Mathews by himself. Morgan with corner splashes on Bram and Drake, then a side suplex to Drake. Morgan chokeslams Bram and covers for 2. Tyrus is in, Alberto dropkicks his leg out then superkicks his teeth down his throat, Lashley spears Alberto, Adonis hits a spinebuster on Lashley, Drake hits a Celtic Cross on Adonis, Magnus powerbombs Drake, then he gets the seated Cloverleaf. Bram breaks it up and tosses Magnus, then gets Morgan in the eyes, but runs right into the Carbon Footprint. Magnus comes off the top with an elbowdrop and pins Bram for the win.

Winners: Alberto El Patron, Chris Adonis, Matt Morgan & Magnus

Here’s James Storm for a chat. During his entrance, Josh says he won a coin toss to determine who gets to make the first pick. Anyway, Storm says the Cowboy is back and it’s time for him to become World Champion again.

Cue Bram and Kingston to rant about Storm lying to them about the DCC. Storm says he picked the music and bought the suits while Kingston was the one begging for a job. Kingston spits in Storm’s face and takes a Last Call. Bram loads up a chair shot but gets stared down. Another Last Call sends the chair into Bram’s face and Storm hits the catchphrase.

LAX made their entrance. Borash said the new male members joining Konnan and Homicide are Ortiz and Santana, and the female is Diamante. Konnan said they were there for the tag titles. He said his past with the “Impact Mafia” has been contentious. He said it won’t be decided in the tribunals, as LAX is taking it street style. DCC made their entrance…

Sananta and Ortiz (w/Konnan, Homicide, Diamante) vs. James Storm and Bram (w/Kingston).
LAX worked over Bram heading into the break. [C] Coming out of the break. Mathews said LAX dominated. Storm came back with a clothesline and tagged in Bram, but the referee didn’t see it. Rinse and repeat again with the ref missing the tag. Bram eventually took a hot tag and powerbombed Ortiz. Storm tagged himself in and worked over both opponents. Storm got a two count off a neckbreaker.

Storm caught Santana with the Codebreaker and set up for his superkick, but he was distracted briefly. The two LAX members performed a reverse double suplex on Storm and pinned him.

After LAX left, Storm blamed Kingston for the ref distractions. Kingston shoved him. Storm shoved him back. Bram shoved Storm. Storm told Bram that he is the Cowboy and he’s the one who started this. Fans chanted Cowboy, and Storm left the ring alone…

Winners: Sananta & Ortiz

DCC vs. Reno Scum

Scum are Luster and Adam who come to the ring with their Future Stars of Wrestling Tag Team Titles (not on the line here). It’s Bram and Kingston starting things off as the announcers bicker some more, this time over who is responsible for the new referee’s shirts. We nows stop to admire Josh’s suit, as in taking the camera off of the ring. The match has been going on for about two minutes now and we might have spent ten seconds talking about the action. Luster catches a diving Bram in a spinebuster and a top rope double stomp gives Adam the pin at 2:26.

Winners: Reno Scum

James Storm Vs. Jessie Godderz

Much to the chagrin of the audience. Josh Mathews is back on commentary…. Amusingly enough though, Mathews puts himself over on commentary for being able to return to the broadcast table, only minutes after being thrown at ringside by Cody. Mathews makes mention of hall of fame commentators like Jim Ross and Tony Schiavonie. Mathews says if this had happened to them. They would be out for months but he was able to recover quickly and didn’t even need to get his ribs taped. Mathews ends up suggesting to The Pope that Cody was mistaken and didn’t know it was him. That they are good friends and that Cody probably thought he was The Pope. Mathews even takes a crack at Pope by promoting Don West and suggested that he could replace him on commentary. Mathews even goes on to say that he has elevated The Pope on commentary. He even takes a shot at Jeremy Borash. That he needs to be replaced and that he is probably out right now flying his drones…..

Evenly contested battle here between Storm and Godderz. When Jessie takes control. Eddie Kingston of The DCC show up at ringside. The distraction helps Storm re-take advantage of the match. Storm distracts the referee so that Kingston can interfere and choke out Godderz by the ring ropes. Godderz starts to rally and hits a flurry of moves on Storm. He ends the flurry with a blockbuster and gets a 2 count out of it. Meanwhile Mathews on commentary puts over his ability as an in ring wrestler and lays claim to being undefeated in his career…… Storm has now turned the tide and hits a spinebuster for a 2 count. James then goes for the “eye of the storm”. Godderz counters and attempts the Adonis crab submission. Kingston runs into the ring but Godderz knocks him down. The referee turns his back to get Kingston out of the ring. Storm misses with the last call kick. Godderz puts him back into The Adonis Crab. Storm is tapping out but the ref does not see it. Bram runs down to the ring and strikes Godderz from behind with a steel chair. Storm then hits the Last Call kick on Jessie and pins him.

Winner: James Storm

Bram (w/ Kingston) Vs. Jessie Godderz

Bram yells at Godderz. Kingston up on the apron and Godderz knocks him down, Bram tries to take advantage, but Godderz gets him down.

Kingston grabs Godderz’ leg as he goes to springboard in and smashes him on the apron. Godderz is up and Bram elbows him in the back of the head, knocking him to the floor. Bram goes to work on Godderz on the outside, slamming him into the stairs before sliding him in and covering; one, two– kickout.

Godderz punches his way up, elbows to Bram, he hits the roeps and charges and Bram tosses him over, and Kingston attacks Jessie before tossing him back in. Bram covers; one, two– kickout.

Bram punches Godderz down repeatedly, kicking at his head, hits the ropes. Powerslam from Godderz, follows up with a back suplex. Bram charges Jessie but Jessie gets al elbow up, hops up on the middle rope, blockbuster! Jessie with a double leg takedown, he pulls Bram into the Adonislock! Bram tries to make it to the ropes but Jessie pulls him back to the middle of the ring! Kingston up on the apron and Jessie turns him over and slingshots Bram into Kingston! Godderz rolls Bram up.

Winner by pinfall: Jessie Godderz

Jessie sidesteps and tosses Bram out, and then fends off Kingston with an enzuigiri before bailing out of the ring!

The DCC are backstage and they say how hard can it be and James asks a producer if they can put subtitles at the bottom because people don’t understand what they are saying. James says it’s very simple and they’re going straight as a line which Bram interrupts and says straight as an arrow. James says that aren’t going around, but going right through. Goes on to say that EC3 found out the hard way and that he wanted to be the big man on campus, but James says the DCC are the big men on campus. James goes on to say that another one wants to step up and that is Jessie Godderz, James insults Jessie.

Eddie Kingston vs Jessie Godderz

Jessie fires a bunch of shots off at Kingston, who no-sells and hammers back with some chops. Godderz hits a dropkick out of nowhere for 2, then unloads some European uppercuts for good measure. Godderz with a hiptoss, but then he walks into a t-bone suplex from Kingston. Kingston chokes Godderz over the second rope, then ties him up with a bearhug. Godderz gets free and connects with a series of clotheslines and a blockbuster for 2. Godderz goes for the Adonis crab, Kingston powers out, so Godderz hits a leaping enziguiri and a springboard forearm for the win!

Winner: Jessie Godderz

Lights go out, and when they come back up, Storm and Bram are in the ring with Kingston, but Godderz is up at the top of the ramp telling the DCC that he has their number.

The DCC comes out to the ring and says the world is crumbling around them, but their ass-kicking business is BOOMING. This brings out Eli Drake and Tyrus, and Tyrus wants to know how tough they are when they have to fight straight up. A brawl breaks out at ringside with Drake and Tyrus winning early on, but the DCC has the numbers advantage and turns the tide as we go to commercial.

Eli Drake & Tyrus vs The DCC

It’s 3-on-2, and Tyrus is trashing Eddie Kingston as we come back from commercial, then Drake tags in to unload with some right hands. Kingston goes to the eyes, and Drake is caught in the wrong half of the ring as the DCC tags in and out on him. Drake snaps a powerslam off on Bram for 2, then a suplex gets another 2. Now Tyrus and Drake are in control and cutting Bram off from Storm and Kingston, as Drake puts the boots to Bram in the corner and then distracts the ref while Tyrus goes to the eyes. Bram gets a right hand in on Drake as he comes off the second rope and makes the hot tag to Storm, who cleans house on Drake and flattens him with a Slingblade. Storm almost hits Last Call, but Drake falls away from him and tags in Tyrus. They trade right hands, Tyrus comes out on top, and then he lays Kingston and Bram out for good measure. He goes to tag Drake, but Drake is taking a walk and leaving Tyrus by himself. Tyrus continues trying to fight, but eats the Last Call from Storm, and Kingston falls on top for the win.

Winners: The DCC