IMPACT Wrestling featured an eight-man tag team main event as The Good Brothers and the Motor City Machine Guns faced off against The North, Ace Austin and Madman Fulton.

IMPACT also announced an IMPACT Championship match between Rich Swann and Eric Young for Bound for Glory.

IMPACT Wrestling Ratings on AXS

  • July 21, 2020—163,000 viewers
  • July 14, 2020—156,000 viewers
  • July 7, 2020—135,000 viewers
  • September Viewership Unavailable

IMPACT Wrestling—Key Competition

  • MLB Regular Season Slate
  • NBA Playoff Season Slate

Pro Wrestling Bits—Bayley And Sasha Banks Break Up Amid Wrestling’s Divorce Obsession

IMPACT Wrestling Total YouTube Viewership on September 8, 2020—527,548

  • Most-Viewed: Eric Young Reaches a New Low (153,435 views) 
  • Least-Viewed: Brian Myers Lands a Cheap Shot on Willie Mack (43,870 views)
  • Median Viewership: 66,101

IMPACT Wrestling Results—Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Kylie Rae and Susie def. Deonna Purrazzo and Kimber Lee

Kylie Rae spent so long in WRESTLE HOUSE I forgot how good of a worker she was.

Susie’s Panic Switch is one helluva finisher.

Susie transitioned into Su Yung following this match, meaning Kylie and Susie had a three-on-two advantage.

XXXL def. The Deaners

At one point, Josh Mathews noted “Even a pinfall is effective when you’re the size of Larry D,” which sounds like the easiest game plan in history.

XXXL are the Natural Disasters in the IMPACT Zone.

Trey Miguel def. TJP

This match was even faster than it looked on paper.

A future cinematic match should take place from the perspective of Trey Miguel and/or The Rascalz while under the influence of THC.

TJP was listed at No. 275 on the PWI 500. I promise you, there are not 74 wrestlers better than TJP, let alone 274.

Rich Swann Appears Live

Rich Swann’s entire career is turning into one long retirement ceremony.

Scott D’Amore never has good news for anybody.

Rich Swann could have made his case stronger via email or a Zoom chat rather than standing on one leg and demanding to be reinstated.

Eric Young’s post-match rant was so good I wanted them to shut off Rich Swann’s music so I could hear it better.

Willie Mack def. Brian Myers

This feud should have been made into a Best of Seven series, because it pretty much seems to be headed that way.

The finishes of these matches have been so spot on given Brian Myers’ “Professional Wrestler” gimmick.

Kiera Hogan def. Taya Valkyrie

John E. Bravo and Rosemary’s nuptials are quickly proving marriage is evil, especially if you’re Taya Valkyrie.

This was a great win for Kiera Hogan but unfortunately she has to wait until Kylie Rae receives her shot at the IMPACT Knockouts Championship.

Ace Austin and Madman Fulton and The North def. Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson and The Motor City Machine Guns vs.

This match was a showcase of running splashes into the corner and it never got old.

Every five minutes in this match I changed my mind as to which team might be the best tag team in IMPACT.

I spent this whole match waiting for dissension and it didn’t even happen until the end when Ace Austin stole a pinfall.

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