IMPACT Wrestling Final Resolution 2020

Here are the results for Impact Wrestling’s Final Resolution 2020 PPV on Impact Plus. It features three championship matches.

#1. [Old School Rules] Tommy Dreamer vs. Larry D — Winner: Tommy Dreamer*

*Per stipulation, Larry D must go to jail for the attempted murder of John E. Bravo

#2. Havok & Neveah vs. The Sea Stars (Ashley Vox & Delmi Exo) — Winners: Havok & Neveah
#3. Alisha & Eddie Edwards vs. Tenille Dashwood & Kaleb with a K — Winner: Tenille Dashwood & Kaleb
#4. Fallah Bahh vs. Hernandez — Winner: Hernandez**

** With Kiera Hogan as special referee and Tasha Steelz as guest ring announcer, Hernandez won back some of the money which was stolen from him for winning the match.

#5. Eric Young (w/ Joe Doering) vs. Rhino — Winner: Eric Young

The Deaners confront Eric Young. Cody Deaner turns on his partner and family Cousin Jake, but it’s yet to be confirmed if he will join Young & Doering.

#6. [X-Division] Rohit Raju (c) vs. Manik — Winner: Manik becomes the new champion***

*** On social media, Raju claims that Manik is TJP and he was screwed out of the title because TJP isn’t allowed to challenge for the X-Division title after losing an earlier match to him.

#7. [Knockouts] Deonna Purrazzo (c) w/ Kimber Lee vs. Rosemary w/ Taya Valkyrie — Winner: Deonna Purrazzo retains

– Kenny Omega & Don Callis appeared on the show from the AEW bus. They invite former Bullet Club member Karl Anderson to talk to them. After telling them he has to go wrestle Ethan Page, Omega & Callis tell him to beat Page in two minutes so he can come back and party. They psyche him up so much that he’s going to show them the old “Machine Gun” Karl Anderson.

#8. [Tag Team Title Shot] Karl Anderson vs. Ethan Page w/ Josh Alexander — Winner: Karl Anderson****

**** Due to their loss, The North will not get another title shot against The Good Brothers. It looks like the end for them. Ethan Page’s contract is up.

#9. [World Championship] Rich Swann vs. Chris Bey — Winner: Rich Swann retains

After the defense, Moose hands the Impact World Championship to Rich Swann, further teasing a title vs. title match between the two.