Follow along with the Starman as he recaps the Impact Wrestling Under Siege pay-per-view, which takes place live at the Western Fair District Agriplex in London, Ontario.
Countdown to Under Siege Preshow
The countdown show starts and we immediately go into the first preshow match of the night.
Preshow Match 1: The Coven (Taylor Wilde & KiLynn King) vs. Death Dollz (Courtney Rush & Jessicka)
The bell rings as Taylor Wilde and Courtney Rush go back and forth in the opening moments match. KiLynn King is then tagged in and takes Rush down as she makes the tag to Jessicka. The two trade slaps and punches in the ring before the Death Dollz do some double team moves to momentarily gain control until King takes Rush down with a suplex to gain control. The Coven then utilize quick tags to wear down Rush as Rush powers her way to her corner and makes the tag, but the referee is distracted and doesn’t allow it to happen. Rush is finally able to tag in Jessicka, who connects with a series of strikes on King and picks up a two count after hitting a seated splash. Rush and Wilde are tagged in and The Coven tries to go for a double team move, but it is broken up by Jessicka. Rush then locks Wilde in a Sharpshooter to pick up the submission victory.
Winner: Death Dollz defeated The Coven by submission.
A video package highlighting the Deonna Purrazzo and Jordynne Grace match for the Impact Knockouts Championship is aired. If Grace loses, she can’t challenge Purrazzo for the Knockouts Championship ever again.
Joe Hendry comes out to the ring and says Dirty Dango has an identity crisis as his opponent has been a ballroom dancer and a police officer. Hendry wonders who he will get tonight and throws out occupations such as a teacher, an astronaut, and a parachute instructor. Hendry says it doesn’t matter what occupation he picks as all he needs to do is walk down to the ring and get beat up by Joe Hendry.
Preshow Match 2: Joe Hendry vs. Dirty Dango (Impact Wrestling Digital Media Championship)
The bell rings as Dango rolls out to the floor as slowly walks around the ring until Hendry comes out and levels Dango with a clothesline. Back in the ring, Hendry slams Dango and connects with a flurry of chops and strikes in the corner. Hendry then holds Dango up in a suplex while he does a few squats before sending Dango crashing to the floor. Dango finally turns the tide by sending Hendry into the ring post and picks up a near fall after slamming Hendry down to the mat. Hendry is able to counter Dango’s attack with a neckbreaker from the middle rope and follows with a fallaway slam. Dango then distracts the referee before luring Hendry in and connecting with a low blow, which causes a disqualification. Dango then climbs to the top rope but he is run off by Santino Marella, who then hands the Digital Media Championship to Joe Hendry.
Winner: Joe Hendry defeated Dirty Dango by disqualification to retain the Impact Wrestling Digital Media Championship.
A video package highlighting Steve Maclin winning the Impact World Championship and the events leading up to Maclin defending against PCO is aired. The announce team then runs down the rest of the main card as we head into Under Siege.
Preshow Quick Results
– Death Dollz defeated The Coven by submission.
– Joe Hendry defeated Dirty Dango by disqualification to retain the Impact Wrestling Digital Media Championship.
A video package highlighting the big matches of the Under Siege card is aired. We are welcomed to the Western Fair District Agriplex for Under Siege and the first match of the night.
Match 1: Nick Aldis vs. Kenny King (w. Sheldon Jean)
The match begins as Aldis and King go back and forth in the opening moments of the match. King then slides out to the floor to regroup as Aldis comes out and King sends him into the steel steps with a drop toe hold. The match returns to the ring as King continues to wear down Aldis until he misses with a springboard leg drop. Aldis then picks up a near fall after taking King down with a pump handle slam but takes too much time getting up the top rope and King connects with a boot to the head, which sends Aldis falling to the canvas.
The two then trade blows until King takes Aldis down with a snap slam for a near fall of his own. Aldis then counters with a Michinoku Driver and heads to the top rope and connects with an elbow drop. Sheldon Jean then hops on the ring apron to distract the referee, but Aldis knocks him down. The distraction gives King time to regain control of the match and picks up a couple of near falls. Aldis then takes King down with a powerbomb and quickly locks in the King’s Lynn Cloverleaf to pick up the submission victory.
Winner: Nick Aldis defeated Kenny King by submission.
We then see Killer Kelly and Masha Slamovich fighting within the crowd. The spill over the railing in the elevated section and fight into the ringside area and into the ring. Killer Kelly begins choking Slamovich with a chain as officials and referees run out to the ring to break things up.
Gia Miller is backstage with Jordynne Grace and says there is a lot on the line tonight as if she loses, she won’t be the face of the Knockouts Division, she won’t be able to carry the company on her back and she won’t be the best. Grace then questions who she is if she’s not the best.
A video package highlighting the feud between Sami Callihan and The Design is aired, which brings us into the next match of the night.
Match 2: The Design (Deaner/Kon/Angels) vs. Sami Callihan/Rich Swann/Jake Crist
Jake Crist is announced as the third man on Sami Callihan’s team. The match begins with Angels and Crist going at it, but it quickly turns into a six-man brawl in and out of the ring, which ends with Callihan sending Angels over the top rope and onto a pile of wrestlers. Crist and Swann rolls Kon into the ring as all three of them kick Kon in the face. Kon then stands up as all three of them connect with a superkick, but he continues to stand. Swann tries to jump on Kon’s back, but Kon takes Callihan and Crist down with a clothesline and slams Swann on top of them.
The Design then utilize quick tags to wear down Crist and picks up a couple of near falls in the process. Crist is able to make the tag to Callihan clears the ring before motioning to Deaner to come in. Callihan gives Deaner a free shot and the two trade blows before Crist and Angels come in and deliver dual DVDs to Deaner and Angels. Kon then comes in and takes both of them down with a powerbomb as Angels follows with a frog splash on Callihan for a near fall. Swann is tagged in and connects with a superkick on all of them before hitting a double cutter to Deaner and Kon. The match then breaks down until Swann counters with a rollup on Angels to pick up the pin fall.
Winner: Sami Callihan/Rich Swann/Jake Crist defeated The Design by pin fall.
A recap of the preshow match between Joe Hendry and Dirty Dango is aired. Gia Miller is backstage with Santino Marella, who recaps being attacked the past few weeks by Dirty Dango. Marella says he is trying to be impartial in his new role as D.O.A., but says he will punch out Dango’s lights if he comes at him.
Match 3: Trinity vs. Gisele Shaw (w/ Jai Vidal and Savannah Evans)
Trinity starts off fast against Shaw and picks up a quick pin attempt after hitting a leg drop. Shaw rolls out to the floor to regroup and Trinity continues on the attack when she returns to the ring. Trinity sends Shaw out to the floor with a head scissors and then leaps over Jai Vidal to continue on the attack. Trinity then rolls Shaw back into the ring as Vidal distracts the referee as Savannah Evans trips up Trinity on the apron and sends her to the floor.
Shaw rolls Trinity back into the ring and picks up a two count before methodically picking Trinity apart and getting a few near falls in the process. Trinity then counters Shaw’s attack with a backbreaker. Trinity follows with a series of strikes and spikes Shaw’s head into the canvas for another near fall. Trinity then hits a split legged moonsault but Shaw is able to kick out of the pin attempt. Shaw then counters Trinity’s move and drops her with a DDT for a near fall. Trinity then takes Shaw, Vidal and Evans down with a superkick and then locks in the Starstruck submission to pick up the victory.
Winner: Trinity defeated Gisele Shaw by submission.
Gia Miller is backstage with Subculture as Mark Andrews says they are well aware that they are coming in straight to the top with a shot at the Impact Tag Team Championships. Brian Myers and the Good Hands come in and says he doesn’t know how they got a shot at the titles, but if they do win, they will face off against the Good Hands. This brings us to the next match of the night.
Match 4: Subculture (Mark Andrews & Flash Morgan Webster w/ Dani Luna) vs. ABC (Ace Austin and Chris Bey) (Impact Wrestling Tag Team Championship)
Mark Andrews and Ace Austin start off slow to feel each other out in the opening moments. Austin and Chris Bey then hit some double team moves on Andrews and pick up a near fall in the process. Flash Morgan Webster is then tagged in as the two double team Bey with a series of quick flips and strikes. Subculture then uses quick tags to wear down Bey until Bey makes it to his corner and ABC double teams Webster. Bey then kicks Webster out to the floor as Bey dives out onto Webster on the floor. Austin is tagged in and he spikes Webster into the canvas to pick up a near fall.
ABC isolates Webster and use quick tags to continue wearing him down. Webster is able to counter their attack and crawls to his corner to make the hot tag. Andrews takes bother members of ABC down with a double DDT before taking Bey down with a moonsault out to the floor. In the ring, Andrews takes Austin down with the Code Red for a near fall. Webster tags himself in and hits a Falcon’s Arrow on Austin for another near fall. Andrews is tagged in, but Austin is able to recover and takes Andrews down with a missile dropkick.
Webster and Bey are both tagged in as ABC hits a series of double team moves for a close near fall. All four are in the ring as ABC sends Andrews out to the floor and Webster sends both members of ABC out to the floor before climbing to the top rope and hitting a Senton onto the floor. Back in the ring, Andrews hits a Stun Dog Millionaire and Webster follows with a Senton for another near fall. All four are in the ring again, but Webster accidentally knees Andrews in the face. Bey then follow by taking both members of Subculture down with a Poisonrana. Austin then hits the Fold on Andrews to pick up the pin fall to retain the Impact Tag Team Championship.
Winner: ABC defeated Subculture by pin fall to retain the Impact Tag Team Championship.
A video package highlighting the X Division Championship match between Trey Miguel and Chris Sabin, which is coming up next.
Match 5: Chris Sabin vs. Trey Miguel (X Division Championship)
The bell rings as Trey Miguel stalls by rolling out to the floor and walks around the ring. After doing that a few times, Sabin follows him out and kicks Miguel in the face. Back in the ring, Sabin connects with a hesitation dropkick and gets a one count over Miguel. Miguel then trips up Sabin on the top rope and takes his time getting in some offense before going for an arrogant cover for a one count. Miguel hits a chain of moves which ends into a guillotine choke, but Sabin is able to get to the ropes to break the count.
Sabin is able to turn the match into his favor with a missile dropkick and picks up a near fall after landing a DDT. Sabin continues with a German suplex and sets up for the Cradle Shock, but Miguel counters and stops Sabin in the chest. Miguel then connects with a series of strikes and hits a brainbuster for a near fall. Miguel then heads to the top rope but Sabin rolls out of the way and takes Miguel out at the knee. Sabin begins to focus on Miguel’s knees and locks in a Sharpshooter, which pops the Canadian crowd. Miguel is able to break the hold by reaching the bottom rope and rolls out to the floor.
The two end up fighting in the corner and Miguel is able to connect with a few kicks and sends Sabin down to the mat. Miguel then hits the Meteora but Sabin is able to kick out. Sabin rolls out to the floor, but Miguel slides out and takes Sabin down with a DDT onto the floor. Sabin is rolled back into the ring and Miguel tries for another Meteora, but Sabin rolls out of the way.
The two begin trading chops and strikes until Sabin connects with a Canadian Destroyer. Sabin then tries for a Cradle Shock, but Miguel rakes Sabin’s eyes and he drops Miguel. Sabin tries for another Cradle Shock but grabs the referee. Sabin realizes what he’s done and drops the ref, but Miguel kicks Sabin into the referee, knocking him down. Sabin the connects with the Cradle Shock, but there is no referee to make the count. Sabin then revives the referee as Miguel rolls out to the floor and grabs a can of spray paint. Miguel sprays it in Sabin’s eyes and rolls him up to pick up the pin fall and retain the X Division Championship.
Winner: Trey Miguel defeated Chris Sabin by pin fall to retain the Impact X Division Championship.
A video package highlighting the six man match to determine the #1 contender to the Impact World Championship is aired, which brings us into the next match of the night.
Match 6: Moose vs. Eddie Edwards vs. Jonathan Gresham vs. Yuya Uemura vs. Alex Shelley vs. Frankie Kazarian (Impact World Championship #1 Contender’s Match)
The bell rings as Kazarian and Edwards go at it and begin fighting on the floor. Moose and Uemura also head out to the floor as Shelley and Gresham begin to grapple in the ring. Shelley then begins taking everyone down that comes into the ring with dragon screw takedowns. Shelley then locks in single leg Boston Crabs onto Kazarian and Uemura, but Edwards breaks it up. Edwards begins chopping everyone in the ring and slams Gresham before turning his attention once again to Kazarian, who is able to take Edwards down and hits a springboard leg drop.
Kazarian then hits an Unprettier on Edwards and goes for a pin attempt, but it is broken up by Shelley. Kazarian and Shelley work together to take out Gresham before turning their attention to each other. Uemura comes in and goes after Shelley, Kazarian and Gresham as all six end up in a tower in the corner, until Moose comes in and takes them all out. Moose then takes Uemura and Kazarian out with a powerbomb before countering Gresham’s attack with another powerbomb for a near fall. Uemura takes Moose down with a bulldog from the middle rope for a close near fall. Moose then comes back with a Sky High but Shelley is able to break up the pin attempt.
Kazarian then hits Gresham with a slingshot cutter and locks the chicken wing on Uemura, but Edwards breaks it up. Moose then takes Edwards down with a spear and Uemura takes Moose down with a German suplex. Shelley then hits Uemura with the Shellshock to pick up the pin fall to become the new #1 contender for the Impact World Championship at Against All Odds.
Winner: Alex Shelley defeated Moose, Eddie Edwards, Jonathan Gresham, Yuya Uemura, and Frankie Kazarian by pin fall to become the #1 contender to the Impact World Championship.
Gia Miller is backstage with Trey Miguel and asks if she is going to disrespect his win as Chris Sabin comes in and tries to attack him, but he is held back by security as Miguel talks trash and walks away. A video package highlighting the Knockouts Championship match between Deonna Purrazzo and Jordynne Grace is aired as we head into the next title match of the night.
Match 7: Jordynne Grace vs. Deonna Purrazzo (Impact Knockouts Championship)
If Jordynee Grace is unable to win this match, she cannot challenge Deonna Purrazzo for the Knockouts Championship ever again. Grace tries to quickly go after Purrazzo, but she gets hung up in the ropes and Purrazzo takes advantage with a neckbreaker onto the apron. Back in the ring, Grace is able to catch Purrazzo and hangs her up on the top rope for a near fall. Grace continues on the attack and picks up another pin attempt with a bridging German suplex. Grace then sets Purrazzo for the Muscle Buster, but Purrazzo is able to escape only to be clotheslined over the top rope, which sends them both crashing to the floor.
Back in the ring, Purrazzo is able to gain the advantage with a Russian Leg Sweep and a Fuiwara armbar, but Grace is able to escape. Grace is able to regain control and slams her down to the mat for another near fall. Grace then tries for a Grace Driver, but Purrazzo is able to counter and picks up a near fall after hitting a piledriver. Grace is able to counter an attempt at the Queen’s Gambit and hits a Juggernaut Jackhammer for a near fall. Grace then tries to set Purrazzo up in the corner, but Purrazzo escapes and hits the Queen’s Gambit, however, Grace kicks out at two. Purrazzo then locks in the Fujiwara armbar, but Grace rolls through for a pin attempt as Purrazzo breaks the hold. Grace then counters with a reverse piledriver for another near fall.
The two then trade blows in the middle of the ring and knock each other down. The two fight each other on their knees until they stand up. Grace slams Purrazzo a couple of times as the two fight in the corner and Purrazzo hits the Queen’s Gambit from the middle rope to pick up the pin fall and retain the Impact Knockouts Championship. Grace is shown with tears in her eyes as she leaves the ring in defeat.
Winner: Deonna Purrazzo defeated Jordynne Grace by pin fall to retain the Impact Knockouts Championship.
The announce team hypes the following live events with Against All Odds in June and Slammiversary in July. A video package of Steve Maclin winning the Impact World Championship and hitting Scott D’Amore with it. This leads us to the upcoming match between Steve Maclin and PCO for the Impact World Championship.
Match 8: PCO vs. Steve Maclin (No Disqualification Match for Impact World Championship)
The bell rings and the fight quickly goes out to the floor, where PCO beats down Maclin and sends him into the steel steps. Maclin comes back and backs PCO into the railing before giving PCO a suplex into the steps. Maclin begins grabbing weapons from under the ring and hits PCO with a trash can and cookie sheet before rolling PCO into the ring. Maclin nails PCO with a cookie sheet a few more times before tossing him out to the floor. Maclin tries to dive out at PCO, but PCO connects with a cookie sheet to the head, which busts him wide open. PCO then nails Maclin with a trash can a couple times before focusing on the open wound on Maclin’s forehead.
PCO rolls Maclin into the ring and grabs a staple gun, but Maclin is able to take PCO out with a low blow. Maclin then hits PCO with a chair a few times before going out to the floor for more weapons. Maclin sets up a trash can in the corner but it falls out to the floor when he sets PCO up in the corner. Maclin then dives off the middle rope and lands on PCO with a chair for a near fall. Maclin puts another trash can in the corner and again sets PCO up in the tree of woe and spears PCO into the trash can and gets a two count on a pin attempt.
Maclin then grabs the staple gun and staples PCO’s mouth shut. PCO takes Maclin out as he pulls out a pair of pliers and removes the staples, which you can see hanging from PCO’s lips. Maclin then grabs a sledgehammer and hits PCO with it before grabbing some slabs of concrete from below the ring and placing them on PCO’s back. Maclin sets up two of them and smashes them over PCO’s back with a sledgehammer. Maclin then goes for a cover, but PCO kicks out. PCO then sits up and begins striking Maclin’s crimson mask and takes him down with a DDT. PCO then hits a leg drop from the middle rope for a near fall.
The referee tries to clear out the ring from all of the broken concrete shards as PCO hits the Deanimator on the ring apron. Maclin is able to recover and throws a chair at PCO before tossing PCO off the top rope and onto the ring apron. Maclin then grabs five cinder blocks and tosses them into the ring. PCO then comes in with a bloody face of his own and takes Maclin down with a reverse DDT. PCO arranges the cinder blocks in the corner and grabs a few more for good measure. PCO puts Maclin on seven cinder blocks and heads to the top rope, however, Maclin recovers and slams PCO into the blocks and follows with the K.I.A. to pick up the pin fall to retain the Impact World Championship.
Winner: Steve Maclin defeated PCO by pin fall to retain the Impact World Championship.
After the match, Steve Maclin demands that Scott D’Amore come down to the ring to put the Impact World Championship around his waist and shake his hand as he promised. D’Amore makes his way out to the ring and is handed the title. He stands there for a moment before putting the title around Maclin’s waist. D’Amore then sticks out his hand but Maclin refuses to shake his hand and leaves the ring. Bully Ray then comes in from the other side and begins choking out D’Amore with a strap.
Ray then tells Maclin to get the table as Maclin obliges and slides one into the ring. Ray then grabs some lighter fluid as Matt Rehwoldt goes into the ring and tries to stop them. Ray sprays fluid all over Rehwoldt and takes him out as PCO comes back into the ring. PCO drops Ray but Maclin nails PCO with the championship and sends him out to the floor. Maclin then drives PCO head first into a cinder block as the Motor City Machine Guns come out to the ring, but they are quickly dispatched from the ring by Ray and Maclin.
Ray douses the table with lighter fluid and sets it on fire. Macline then sets up D’Amore for Ray as he sends D’Amore crashing through the burning table. Ray then gets in D’Amore’s face and says he is never leaving and he will never get rid of him. Ray says he will take D’Amore and his whole company down. Maclin and Ray stand tall in the ring as Under Siege comes to a close.
– Nick Aldis defeated Kenny King by submission.
– Sami Callihan/Rich Swann/Jake Crist defeated The Design by pin fall.
– Trinity defeated Gisele Shaw by submission.
– ABC defeated Subculture by pin fall to retain the Impact Tag Team Championship.
– Trey Miguel defeated Chris Sabin by pin fall to retain the Impact X Division Championship.
– Alex Shelley defeated Moose, Eddie Edwards, Jonathan Gresham, Yuya Uemura, and Frankie Kazarian by pin fall to become the #1 contender to the Impact World Championship
– Deonna Purrazzo defeated Jordynne Grace by pin fall to retain the Impact Knockouts Championship.
– Steve Maclin defeated PCO by pin fall to retain the Impact World Championship.