TNA iMPACT 03 14 2024

TNA IMPACT results for March 14, are courtesy of

The fallout from Sacrifice begins, an all-new TNA iMPACT! is on the air.

X-Division Champion Mustafa Ali vs. Chris Sabin – X-Division Championship

Chris Sabin receives his contractually-obligated rematch for the X-Division Championship as he challenges Mustafa Ali in our opening contest! Sabin attacks Ali’s personal security before the opening bell. Sabin dives through the ropes, taking out Ali at the bottom of the ramp. Sabin bends the rules, pulling the hair of Ali. Moments later, Ali creates an opening to gain control off a rolling neckbreaker. Ali spikes him with a short DDT for two. Sabin avoids the 450 Splash, allowing him to regain his composure. Sabin hits a tornado DDT out of the corner. Both men are down after exchanging superkicks. Sabin catches Ali with mid-air offense but it’s not enough to keep him down. Sabin clotheslines Ali to prevent him from using the X-Division Title as a weapon. Sabin is about to use it himself when Ali rolls him up with his feet on the ropes to win.

X-Division Champion Mustafa Ali def. Chris Sabin – X-Division Championship

Nic Nemeth and Speedball Mountain vow to take Steve Maclin and the Rascalz to the Danger Zone tonight.

We Hear From Josh Alexander

After falling to Hammerstone last Friday at Sacrifice, Alexander had his signature headgear stolen by his opponent. Alexander is in the ring and says that his goal is to reclaim the TNA World Championship, which is the title he held for longer than anyone else in company history. Alexander turns his attention towards Hammerstone and says that the headgear isn’t his identity, it’s his heart and fighting spirit that make him who he is. Alexander sends a warning that for the first time, he’s no longer thinking about the TNA World Championship, he’s focused on kicking Hammerstone’s ass. Alexander calls him out but Alpha Bravo and Oleg Prudius make their way to ringside instead. Bravo claims that the reason Alexander lost to Hammerstone was because Dirty Dango softened him up last week. Dango attacks Alexander from behind but security breaks it up before Prudius cant get involved. Director of Authority Santino Marella makes an impromptu match between Alexander and Prudius right now!

Josh Alexander vs. Oleg Prudius w/ Dirty Dango & Alpha Bravo

A focued Alexander makes quick work of Prudius, forcing him to submit to the Ankle Lock.

Josh Alexander def. Oleg Prudius w/ Dirty Dango & Alpha Bravo

Digital Media Champion Crazzy Steve reflects on his recent string of victories over Tommy Dreamer, Rhino and most recently, Joe Hendry. Steve says that there isn’t another human alive who could handle the type of pressure that he endures. The lights go out and Steve is confronted face-to-face by PCO.

Ace Austin w/ Chris Bey vs. Frankie Kazarian

After costing Eric Young the TNA World Championship at Sacrifice, Frankie Kazarian must now answer to Ace Austin! Before the match begins, Frankie Kazarian demands that ring announcer Jade Chung introduces him as the “King of TNA”. Kazarian pulls him throat-first into the top rope. Austin is perched on the top when Kazarian sends him toppling to the floor below. Back in the ring, Kazarian hits a springboard leg drop. Kazarian taunts Bey as he chokes Austin up against the guardrail. Austin creates separation with a back body drop, then quickens the pace with a flurry of strikes. Kazarian counters a springboard kick attempt into an Electric Chair for two. Austin avoids Fade to Black but Kazarian transitions into the Chicken Wing, forcing him to submit.

Frankie Kazarian def. Ace Austin w/ Chris Bey

After the match, Kazarian attacks Chris Bey but a vengeful Eric Young chases him off.

TNA World Champion Moose and new TNA World Tag Team Champions Brian Myers and Eddie Edwards brag about their list of accolades. After Sacrifice, The System now hold more gold than ever before.

Gia Miller tries to get a word with Time Machine following their string of bad luck against Mustafa Ali and the Grizzled Young Vets. Speaking of GYV, they barge into the locker room and claim to the new top team in TNA Wrestling. Shelley tells them to prove it against the Time Splitters, which is comprised of him and KUSHIDA.

AJ Francis vs. Joe Hendry

Following a months-long game of one-upmanship, Joe Hendry and AJ Francis attempt to settle the score tonight! This match marks AJ’s singles debut in TNA Wrestling. Francis blindsides Hendry while he’s addressing the crowd and we’re underway. Hendry hits a big vertical suplex, followed by a running knee strike that he calls Tennessee Whisky. Hendry avoids the Chokeslam but gets caught with a back suplex instead. Hendry tries to pick Francis up on his shoulders but collapses under the big man. Hendry spikes him with a DDT to create separation. Hendry hits an impressive powerslam but it’s not enough. Francis uses the referee as a shield, causing Hendry to inadvertently collide with him. In a shocking turn of events, Rich Swann comes down to the ring and cracks Hendry with a steel chair. Francis capitalizes with the Chokeslam to win.

AJ Francis def. Joe Hendry

The set of Alan Angels’ Sound Check is not up to the standard of Ash By Elegance and her Personal Concierge. Ash reveals that she’ll be having her third match in TNA next week on iMPACT!

Knockouts World Tag Team Champions Spitfire (Dani Luna & Jody Threat) def. Beaa Moss & Vanna Black

After dethroning MK Ultra at Sacrifice, Spitfire take to the ring for tag team action! Before the match begins, MK Ultra and Decay, both of whom are owed contractual rematches for the Knockouts World Tag Team Titles, scout the new champions in the iMPACT! Zone. Luna takes out both of her opponents with a double vertical suplex. Threat launches Black into a sitdown powerbomb from Luna to score the dominant victory.

Knockouts World Tag Team Champions Spitfire (Dani Luna & Jody Threat) def. Beaa Moss & Vanna Black

Tasha Steelz interrupts the show to challenge Jordynne Grace to a singles match for the Knockouts World Title next week. Steelz reminds us that she wasn’t pinned in the three-way match that also involved Xia Brookside at Sacrifice.

Steve Maclin & The Rascalz (Trey Miguel & Zachary Wentz) vs. Nic Nemeth & Speedball Mountain (Mike Bailey & Trent Seven)

After Nic Nemeth triumphed over Steve Maclin at Sacrifice, the war continues in a six-man tag team main event! Bailey is setting up for an early Shooting Star but Wentz trips him up. Maclin capitalizes off the interference with a backbreaker to gain control. Maclin knocks Nemeth off the apron, before refocusing his attention on Bailey. Moments later, Bailey fights out of the corner with a leaping dropkick to Miguel. Bailey makes the tag to Sven, who turns Miguel inside out. Seven gets two for one chops Miguel into a DDT on Wentz. Maclin pulls Miguel off the shoulders of Seven, allowing his team to turn the tide. Seven is being worn on the opposite side of the ring as Maclin and the Rascalz employ quick tags. Seven is about to tag out but Maclin pulls Bailey off the apron. Seven picks Wentz off the top with a Superplex, allowing him to make the much-needed tag to Nemeth. Nemeth is on fire as he squares off with Maclin. Maclin gets a running splash hat trick to all of his opponents, followed by a flurry of elbow drops to Maclin. The action is fast and furious as everyone gets involved. Maclin dumps Nemeth over the top rope to the outside but inadvertently takes out Miguel with the SCUD Missile. As a result, the Rascalz walk out of Maclin. It’s three on one as Nemeth puts Maclin away with the Danger Zone to win.

Nic Nemeth & Speedball Mountain (Mike Bailey & Trent Seven) def. Steve Maclin & The Rascalz (Trey Miguel & Zachary Wentz)

After the match, The System hit the ring and start attacking Nemeth, Bailey and Seven. Alisha Edwards slows Nemeth from the outside, allowing Moose to clobber him with the TNA World Title. Moose does the same to Bailey and Seven before standing tall over a fallen Nemeth.

TNA iMPACT! goes off the air.