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Impact Wrestling “Sacrifice” 2022 (Wrestling Review)

Impact Wrestling


Louisville, Kentucky

March 5th, 2022



Impact X-Division Title Match
Trey Miguel (c) vs. Jake Something

Fantastic opening match. Jake and Trey worked together great here with agility and powerhouse mixing here for some great spots. Crowd was super into it and had tons of close falls. 

4 / 5

Singles Match
Rhino vs. Eddie Edwards

A super lackluster match. Just used to continue the team feuds going. Eddie and Rhyno alone were a boring sludge that only picked up with the nonstop barrage of run ins that the ref never managed to notice. 

1.5 / 5

Impact Knockouts Tag Team Title Match
The IInspiration (Cassie Lee & Jessie McKay) (c) vs. The Influence (Madison Rayne & Tenille Dashwood)

A shockingly fun womens tag title match. It moved at a great pace and both teams had the crowd going and played to them well. A lot of good moves and both teams looked good in ring and the ending helped get new champs without making anyone look weak. 

3 / 5

Singles Match

A good strong man spot match. PCO does all his normal insane spots and Jonah was carried heavily by him. It was pretty much everything you’d expect this match to be. 

3 / 5

Singles Match
Alex Shelley vs. Jay White

What a phenomenal match. Paced perfectly and told a story of these two going back years and years. It had emotions going, the crowd involved, close falls, and both men putting their heart and soul into it. 

4.5 / 5

ROH Women’s World Title Match
Deonna Purrazzo (c) vs. Chelsea Green

Just an okay open challenge match. Was nothing special but the ending itself was solid. Felt like both could have put on a better match. 

2.5 / 5

Impact Knockouts Title Match
Mickie James (c) vs. Tasha Steelz (w/Savannah Evans)

A really good story driven match for the womens title. Both women here gave it their all and had a great back and forth here. Mickie was a good champ and put up a fight here but this was a good match to crown a new champ with. 

3.5 / 5

Impact World Tag Team Title Match
The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson) (c) vs. Violent By Design (Eric Young & Joe Doering) (w/Deaner)

A much better match than I expected. Still not a fan of The Good Brothers at all but here they worked well. It was a lot of hard hits and big guy moves. It kept a fast pace which is what saved it and didn’t seem to go too long. 

3 / 5

Impact World Title Match
Moose (c) vs. Heath

Such a boring and lackluster main event. Moose as a champ is just lifeless and Heath stood no chance here. They didn’t mesh well and it just went on for far too long. 

1 / 5

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