Impact Wrestling – June 9, 2020

Impact Wrestling
Date: June 9, 2020
Location: Skyway Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Commentators: Madison Rayne, Josh Matthews

It’s a big night as we get to find out the future of the World Title. Last week Ace Austin won the #1 contenders tournament, which was rather odd as he beat someone who wasn’t even entered. Never let it be said that things go as you might expect around here, though that’s not necessarily a good thing. Let’s get to it.

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Round one: Final results

So yes, somehow there is a bigger group of jobbers than Deuce & Domino, and it is BOOKER T & TEST, who only garnered a pathetic 22 votes against Funk & Cactus.  Also, sadly, John Cena's final shot at getting to the next round with a wacky tag team partner fell by the wayside when he and Miz were destroyed by the awesome duo of Kid & Jannetty.  Meanwhile, Steve Austin has two wacky tag partner duos in the second round.  Just saying.  
First set of votes for the round of 64 later tonight!

Tag Tournament Results: There goes the Ax, there goes the Smasher…

Well, SHIT.  Damn random drawing.  Farewell, Demolition.  Maybe Bill Eadie can sue and get damages at least.  
No huge upsets this time around, although I was a bit surprised to see La Rez going over Big Show & Kane so strongly, as well as Michaels & Austin absolutely steamrolling Bossman & Shamrock.  Also, I wouldn't want to be Miz & Sandow next round.
Last 16 matchups of the first round coming later tonight!  

Tag Tourney Results Round One: Groups Y-AF

Farewell, Brainbusters.  It was agonizingly close, however.  Biggest rout of the tournament thus far was Los Guerreros over Suzuki & Dupree, unsurprisingly.  Also a mild surprise in that the Wild Samoans completely destroyed the Godwinns, who I thought would have at least got one pity round before bowing out.  
We'll step it up to 16 matches per night to close out the first round, including what should be the most intense battle of the tournament later tonight.  

Tag Tournament Blocks I-P RESULTS

Mostly as expected, although I thought the super-patriot team of Hogan and Edge would destroy Sheik and Volkoff, which is not what ended up happening.  Some mighty routs in this group, but also some surprisingly close ones, with the US Express getting upset in something of a surprise to me.  
More first round matches later tonight!  

2013 RSPW Awards results

Hey, Scott: the 2013 RSPW Awards are (finally) finished! (It took us a while to root out a couple of schmucks who were vote-spamming and recalculate all totals.)

Sorry, I just wanted to ensure that Bob Backlund finally got his Best Bowtie Slammy after Owen Hart stole it 18 years ago.  

WWE Results after One Month

Hey Scott,

I emailed you about a month ago about my blog listing the results of
all WWE shows and the win-loss records of all WWE Superstars.  I
thought I would send you a summary of how things look after the first

After the first month of the year I thought I would go over the
Win-Loss records and pull out some interesting stats for the first
five weeks of the year.

Most Matches
•       14 – Wade Barrett
•       12 – Antonio Cesaro
•       11 – Randy Orton, Sheamus
•       10 – Damien Sandow

Most Total Wins
•       9 – Randy Orton
•       8 – Wade Barrett
•       7 – Daniel Bryan, Kane, Sheamus
•       6 – Alberto Del Rio

Best Win % (3 or more matches)
•       1.000 – Alberto Del Rio, John Cena, Big E Langston
•       0.818 – Randy Orton
•       0.800 – Kaitlyn
•       0.778 – Daniel Bryan, Kane

Most Total Losses
•       7 – Antonio Cesaro, Damien Sandow
•       6 – Epico, Primo, Heath Slater, Darren Young
•       5 – Wade Barrett, Dolph Ziggler, The Big Show, Cody Rhodes, Titus O’Neil
•       4 – Kofi Kingston, Jinder Mahal, Michael McGillicutty, Yoshi Tatsu

Worst Win % (3 or more matches)
•       0.000 – Darren Young, Titus O’Neil, Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox, JTG
•       0.143 – Epico, Primo, Heath Slater
•       0.200 – Damien Sandow, Jinder Mahal, Michael McGillicutty
•       0.250 – Drew McIntyre, Tensai

Fewest Wins (3 or more matches)
•       0 – Darren Young, Titus O’Neil, Yoshi Tatsu, Alicia Fox, JTG
•       1 – Epico, Primo, Heath Slater, Jinder Mahal, Michael McGillicutty,
Drew McIntyre, Tensai, Justin Gabriel
•       2 – Damien Sandow, The Big Show, Cody Rhodes, Zack Ryder, Brodus
Clay, Leo Kruger, CM Punk, Tamina Snuka

Other interesting stats
There are four undefeated wrestlers (3 or more matches): Alberto Del
Rio, Kaitlyn, Big E Langston & John Cena

Kaitlyn, John Cena, The Big Show and CM Punk are undefeated on Raw
(there are others with a 1-0 record).

Zack Ryder, Brodus Clay, The Great Khali, Kofi Kingston, The Usos &
The Miz are undefeated on Superstars.

Alberto Del Rio, The Miz, Randy Orton & Sheamus are undefeated on
Smackdown (there are others with a 1-0 record).

No wrestler has had more than one match on Saturday Morning Slam.

There have been 5 matches ending in a no contest.  Sheamus has been in
3 of them.

There have been 4 matches ending in a DQ.

There have been 4 matches ending in a CO.

You can check out the win-loss records at