TNA Impact! Results – March 7, 2024 – Kevin Knight vs. Mustafa Ali

March 7, 2024
New Orleans, LA – Alario Center
Commentary – Tom Hannifan and Matthew Rehwoldt
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Quick Match Results

  1. Mustafa Ali defeated Kevin Knight via Pinfall
  2. Ash by Elegance defeated Angel Blue via Rarefied Air (pinfall)
  3. The Time Splitters defeated The Good Hands via Hoverboard Lock (submission)
  4. Dani Luna defeated Masha Slamovich via Luna Landing (pinfall)
  5. PCO defeated Alan Angels via PCO-Sault (pinfall)
  6. Josh Alexander defeated Dirty Dango via Ankle Lock (submission)

Mustafa Ali vs. Kevin Knight

Before they’re on opposite sides in a six-man tag team match tomorrow night at Sacrifice, X-Division Champion Mustafa Ali goes one-on-one with Kevin Knight! Ali rolls through the ropes to take Knight down with a neckbreaker. Moments later, Ali hits a DDT for two. Knight picks him off the top with a head scissors off the top. Knight is in control following a no-look slingshot crossbody. Ali regains the advantage with a top rope Backstabber but it’s not enough to keep Knight down. Knight takes out Ali’s security force with a springboard crossbody to the outside. The Good Hands make their way to ringside but Chris Sabin and KUSHIDA even the odds. The brawl spills into the ring as the referee tries to restore order. Knight avoids the 450 Splash from Ali and hits Sky High for two. Sabin prevents Skyler from using the X-Division Title as a weapon. Instead, Ali uses it while the referee is distracted, allowing him to pin Knight for the win.

Winner: Mustafa Ali via Pinfall.

After the match, The Good Hands hold Knight down as Ali delivers a 450 Splash to his arm. Alex Shelley runs down to the ring to prevent them from doing further damage.

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Jordynne Grace defends the Knockouts World Title against both Tasha Steelz and Xia Brookside tomorrow night at Sacrifice!

Backstage: Kevin Knight, KUSHIDA, Motor City Machine Guns

The doctor tells Kevin Knight that due to the post-match attack earlier, he is not cleared to compete at Sacrifice. Tensions rise when Alex Shelley says that he will take Knight’s spot and accuses Sabin of not being there for him in the TNA World Title match at No Surrender. Shelley heads to the office of Director of Authority Santino Marella to see if he and KUSHIDA can get a match against The Good Hands tonight.

Ash by Elegance vs. Angel Blue

The Personal Concierge demands that everyone leaves the ring as he introduces Ash By Elegance.

Ash By Elegance competes in her second match in TNA as she goes one-on-one with Angel Blue! Ash demands that Blue kisses her boot, before laying in the beatdown. Ash dominates the match, putting Blue away with Rarified Air from the top rope.

Winner: Ash by Elegance.

Video: Steve Maclin

Despite being booked to appear on iMPACT! tonight, Steve Maclin refuses to leave his hotel room because of the double standard set by Nic Nemeth. If Nemeth isn’t showing up tonight, then neither is he. Out of nowhere, Nemeth barges into Maclin’s hotel room and assaults him.

The Good Hands (Jason Hotch & John Skyler) vs. The Time Splitters (KUSHIDA & Alex Shelley)

Director of Authority Santino Marella has made this match official as the Time Splitters look for a measure of revenge on The Good Hands! Hotch pushes KUSHIDA into his own partner, allowing The Good Hands to gain control with a double side Russian leg sweep. The Good Hands are in firm control as they cut off the ring and wear KUSHIDA down. Minutes later, KUSHIDA creates some much-needed separation with a double handspring back elbow. KUSHIDA makes the tag to Shelley and the pace begins to quicken. Shelley is bringing the fight to Hotch when Skyler makes a blind tag and shuts him down with a clothesline. Shelley causes The Good Hands to have a misdirection of their own and tags KUSHIDA back into the match. KUSHIDA hits Skyler with the Tanaka Punch. Shelley inadvertently kicks his own partner as Skyler rolls up KUSHIDA for two. KUSHIDA locks in the Hoverboard Lock on Skyler to win by submission.

Winner: The Time Splitters via Submission.

Despite their victory, the Time Splitters argue over their miscues after the match.

Video: Dirty Dango, Alpha Bravo, Oleg Prudius

Dirty Dango, Alpha Bravo and Oleg Prudius continue their search for the best tag teams with one year or less of experience. Dango sets his sights on Josh Alexander in tonight’s main event.

Backstage: Mustafa Ali, The Good Hands, Grizzled Young Vets

Mustafa Ali thanks The Good Hands for their services but replaces them with The Grizzled Young Vets in the big six-man tag team match at Sacrifice.

Masha Slamovich vs. Dani Luna

Before Dani Luna and Jody Threat challenge MK Ultra for the Knockouts World Tag Team Titles at Sacrifice, momentum is up for grabs as Threat goes one-on-one with Masha Slamovich! The early advantage goes to Slamovich as she distracts the referee, allowing Kelly to choke Luna from the outside. Slamovich capitalizes off the distraction and wears Luna down with a headlock. Luna begins to build momentum with a dropkick into the corner, followed by an Exploder suplex. Luna uses the top rope for an assisted Blue Thunder Bomb. Slamovich counters the Luna Landing into a modified driver for two. Now it’s Luna who counters the Snow Plow into the Luna Landing for three.

Winner: Dani Luna via Pinfall.

Alan Angels vs. PCO

After PCO stormed the set of Sound Check to get his hands on Kon, he will battle the host of Sound Check, Alan Angels! PCO goes for a Chokeslam but Angels uses his quickness to ground the big man with a DDT. Angels crashes and burns on a top rope Frog Splash attempt, allowing PCO to gain control with a clothesline. PCO successfully hits the Chokeslam, then soars with the PCO-Sault to win.

Winner: PCO via Pinfall.

After the match, Kon assaults PCO ahead of their No Disqualifications match tomorrow night at Sacrifice. Kon turns his attention towards Angels and snaps his neck. Kon and PCO engage in a steel chair duel before brawling to the backstage area.

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Video: Crazzy Steve

After defeating Rhino in a No Disqualifications match on Xplosion, Digital Media Champion Crazzy Steve turns his attention towards Laredo Kid.

In-Ring: Eric Young, Moose, The System, ABC

Eric Young is in the ring just 24 hours before he challenges Moose for the TNA World Championship at Sacrifice. Young says that Sacrifice isn’t just the name of an event, it’s his way of life. Young talks about dedicating everything he has to this company, and he would do it again in a heartbeat – but Moose has the thing he desires most, the TNA World Championship. Young guarantees that no matter the result, he will keep coming forward. Moose interrupts to tell Young that despite how much sacrifice, passion or dedication he may bring, the outcome will always be the same – and still TNA World Champion. Moose teases getting physical but backs off at the last moment as Eddie Edwards and Brian Myers jump Young from behind. Alisha introduces a steel chain as Moose wraps it around his body and delivers a spear to Young. The System are about to do even more damage when they chased off by the TNA World Tag Team Champions, ABC.

Dirty Dango vs. Josh Alexander

As Josh Alexander prepares to battle Hammerstone in a huge rematch tomorrow night at Sacrifice, he goes one-on-one with Dirty Dango in tonight’s main event! Alexander locks in an early Ankle Lock but Dango scurries to the ropes. Dango puts his own submission game on display as he locks in a Cross Armbreaker. Alpha Bravo grabs Alexander from the outside, allowing Dango to knock him off the apron. Dango targets the left knee of Alexander with a pair of Dragon Screw leg whips on the floor. Dango smashes Alexander’s leg into the steel ring post. Dango goes for it again but Alexander pulls Dango face-first into the steel. Back in the ring, Dango hits a Falcon Arrow for two. Alexander avoids Down N’ Dirty, then hits a series of German suplexes. Both men are perched on the top when Alexander hoists Dango over his head, sending him crashing into Bravo. Alexander takes out everyone with a Moonsault off the top of the ring post. Prudius holds onto the leg of Alexander, allowing Dango to capitalize off the distraction with a tornado DDT. Alexander counters Down N’ Dirty into the Ankle Lock to win by submission.

Winner: Josh Alexander via Pinfall.