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NXT on USA Network, AEW Dark, James Storm, Alicia Atout, Scoot Andrews, Ian Rotten, Nick Busick

-NXT is live tonight from Orlando, Florida at the Capitol Wrestling Center (WWE Performance Center). The show includes Kyle O’Reilly vs. Pete Dunne vs. Johnny Gargano in a Triple Threat for a shot at the NXT Championship at NXT Takeover In Your House. Join John Moore for his weekly live review at 7CT/8ET. John’s Dot Net Members’ exclusive audio reviews are available on Tuesday nights or Wednesday mornings.
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Chris Harris Discusses How His IMPACT Return Came Together, Possible Reunion With James Storm

James Storm competed in his 1000th IMPACT match on the March 31 episode of the program. Ahead of his return, he was greeted by his former tag team partner Chris Harris. Harris and Storm (America's Most Wanted) are one of the most decorated tag teams in TNA/IMPACT history, winning the NWA Tag Team Titles seven times as a team. They last teamed in 2006 when they lost to The Latin American Exchange (Hernandez & Homicide).
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Impact Wrestling Preview (3/30): James Storm To Wrestle 1,000th Match, Kenny Omega Returns

Tonight on Impact Wrestling, James Storm will make history by wrestling his 1,000th match against “The World Class Maniac” Eric Young in the main event. Young, a well-decorated and focal point competitor under the TNA/Impact Wrestling banner for the last 19 years, has a bone to pick with his most frequent and violent challenger, Eric Young. For several months now, Storm and Young have stood toe-to-toe in a feud that involves Chris Sabin, Jake Something and Young’s malicious stable, Violent By Design. After clashing off and on the last three decades, will “The Cowboy” get the last laugh by not only winning his 1,000th wrestling match but also putting Young in his rightful place?
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IMPACT Wrestling Results for 3/30/21 James Storm vs Eric Young

Good evening Fight Fans, and welcome to our coverage for tonight's edition of IMPACT Wrestling on AXS TV!. Havok shoves Kiera backwards and hits a backbreaker into a lariat before tossing her into her corner and tagging in Nevaeh before she and Havok double team Kiera for two. FNF take control and isolate Havok until she gets the hot tag to Nevaeh who clotheslines Tasha repeatedly and hits a German suplex before Havok hits a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall. Tasha then gets the blind tag to Kiera before everyone hits a move and FNF double team Havok for the pin and the win.
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3/30 Impact Wrestling TV Results: Moore’s review of AEW Champion Kenny Omega’s appearance, James Storm vs. Eric Young, Knockouts Tag Champions Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz vs. Havok and Nevaeh in a non-title match, Ace Austin and Madman Fulton vs. Josh Alexander and TJP, Suicide vs. Brian Myers

Highlights from last week’s Impact Wrestling show aired followed by the opening intro theme…. Matt Striker and D’Lo Brown were on commentary…. 1. Impact Tag Team Champions Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz vs. Havok and Nevaeh in a non-title match. Havok ragdolled Kiera to start off the match due to the power advantage. Nevaeh tagged in and hit Kiera with a lariat for a two count. Kiera and Tasha ended up trapping Havok in their corner and then trading quick tags to keep up the double team moves. Tasha ended up slowing things down with a headlock on Havok.
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Powell’s Impact Wrestling Hit List: James Storm vs. Eric Young in Storm’s 1,00th match, Ace Austin and Madman Fulton vs. TJP and Josh Alexander, Impact Tag Team Champions Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz vs. Havok and Nevaeh in a non-title match, Sami Callihan vs. Larry D

James Storm vs. Eric Young: Impact did a nice job with the 1,000th match stipulation. A case can be made that they could have done even more by saving it for an Impact Plus show and giving Storm a title shot given that Tommy Dreamer got one for his birthday, but there’s nothing wrong with using it as a television hook. The surprise appearance of Chris Harris was a cool surprise that really put this over the top, and Storm delivered a great Bob Ryder tribute promo. The actual match was well worked, though obviously it’s a shame that Young suffered a torn ACL. Here’s wishing him the best in his recovery.
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Powell’s Impact Wrestling Hit List: Ace Austin vs. Chris Bey, James Storm and Chris Sabin vs. Rohit Raju and Mahabali Shera, Good Brothers vs. David Finlay and Juice Robinson contract signing, ODB vs. Susan, Tasha Steelz vs. Jazz, the final push for Sacrifice

Ace Austin vs. Chris Bey: The highlight of the night. It was a good back and forth match between two of the company’s brightest young stars. Austin continues to strike me as the guy that Impact should build around. I’d rather see him hold the world championship, but winning the X Division Title at Sacrifice would at least be a step in the right direction.
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3/9 Impact Wrestling TV Results: Moore’s review of Ace Austin vs. Chris Bey, Rohit Raju and Mahabali Shera vs. Chris Sabin and James Storm, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson vs. Juice Robinson and David Finlay contract singing, the final push for Sacrifice

Highlights from last week’s Impact Wrestling show aired followed by the Impact intro theme…. Matt Striker and D’Lo Brown were on commentary…. 1. Tasha Steelz (w/Kiera Hogan) vs. Jazz (w/Jordynne Grace). Tasha and Kiera started the match off by giving Jazz a condescending applause. Jazz then took down Tasha with a armdrag. Tasha retreated to ringside and stalled a bit with Kiera. Tasha entered the ring and took down Jazz with a side headlock. Jazz escaped and trapped Tasha’s head with a leg scissors. Tasha escaped the move with a handstand.
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“Cowboy” James Storm Coming to RetroMania Wrestling

For over 20 years, James Storm has been in pro wrestling – and now he’s appearing in his second video game ever. The former NWA National, NWA World Tag Team, TNA World Tag Team, and TNA World Heavyweight Champion has been one of the industry’s best-kept secrets for a long time. His 2011 singles run in TNA, now Impact Wrestling saw him win the World Title and cut some of the best, most organic promos since Steve Austin’s heyday.
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Powell’s Impact Wrestling Hit List: Rich Swann and Tommy Dreamer contract signing, Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson vs. James Storm and Chris Sabin for the Impact Tag Titles, Trey Miguel, Willie Mack, Josh Alexander, and Suicide vs. Ace Austin, Chris Bey, Shawn Daivari, and Blake Christian

“The Good Brothers” Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson vs. James Storm and Chris Sabin for the Impact Tag Titles: It was fun while it lasted. The DQ finish was underwhelming in the moment, but it was a logical way to add Storm and Sabin to the tag title match at No Surrender.
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Impact Wrestling Results (2/9): The Good Brothers Vs. James Storm & Chris Sabin, Swann/Dreamer Contract Signing

Welcome to Wrestling Inc’s live coverage of Impact Wrestling, which airs every Tuesday on AXS TV, as well as on Impact Wrestling’s own Twitch channel at 8 pm EST! Be sure to chime in on your thoughts about tonight’s show in the comments section below. Additionally, share our live coverage through social media. Make sure to click the REFRESH button to continue to get the most current up to date coverage. Above and below is what’s on tonight’s agenda for Impact:
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James Storm Still A Free Agent While Working With IMPACT

IMPACT got a former World Champion back, but so far it's just for these set of tapings. "Cowboy" James Storm popped up again on IMPACT Wrestling television, kicking off his 2021. However, as Fightful Select has learned, he's in the same boat as Matt Cardona, who is working the tapings without a contract.
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AJ Styles Talks His WWE Theme Song Originally Being Created For James Storm

This week on WWE's The Bump, "The Phenomenal One" AJ Styles' spoke with the panel about his Royal Rumble debut in 2016. But before they got into that, panelist Matt Camp mentioned Styles pre-WWE career when he was working for WCW in 2001. His initial debut for the company took place one month before WCW closed their promotion for good in March of 2001.