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Spoilers from the April 22nd Impact Wrestling TV tapings

Impact Wrestling held Impact TV tapings on Saturday from Orlando, FL at Universal Studios. Here are the spoilers that will air on upcoming episodes of Impact:

— Jeremy Borash is still suspended indefinitely. Josh Mathews and The Pope are still announcing.

— 4-Way X-Division Match: Andrew Everett defeated Caleb Konley, Desmond Xavier, and Matt Sydal.

— JB confirms Impact will be taping from Mumbai, India in May and then the company will be holding TV tapings in Orlando in July.

— Tournament match for the vacant GFW Tag Team Championships: LAX defeated Garza Jr & Laredo Kid.

— GFW Championship Match: Alberto El Patron defeated Magnus to win the championship.

— Mahabali Shera & Braxton Sutter KM & Kongo Kong when Kong walked out on KM.

— Kongo Kong defeated Braxton Sutter. After the match, KM & Sienna come out to attack Sutter, but Shera made the save. Sutter challenges Kongo & KM to a tag match next week.

— LAX holds a funeral in the ring. Konnan says this will be symbolic of all of the teams in the GFW Tag Team Championship tournament. Konnan pie faces a man with an American flag. VOW come down and clear LAX from the ring.

— EC3 vs. James Storm with Magnus on commentary was next. Storm tries to use a belt, but Magnus takes it from him and gets in Storm’s face. This led to Dave and Earl Hebner as well as Bruce Prichard to run out to the ring and send Magnus to the back. Prichard booked a Triple Threat Match for next week featuring Storm, EC3, and Magnus. Prichard told EC3 to find his balls, which led to EC3 attacking Prichard until Al Snow and other officials to pull him away.

— Jeremy Borash announced that he has been reinstated and that he has hired an attorney, which is Joseph Park. Park proposes a tag team with him and Borash against Josh Mathews and a partner of his choosing.

— Ultimate X Championship Match: Low Ki © defeated Andrew Everett and Trevor Lee


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