Impact Wrestling: Under Siege PPV – Thoughts & Predictions

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Impact Wrestling Under Siege PPV
Thoughts & Predictions
May 14, 2021
DougMaynard.com

Coming up on Saturday night, live on Impact+, is Impact Wrestling’s “Under Siege” pay-per-view. Are you ready for a few predictions? Let’s do this.

AEW & Impact Champion Kenny Omega & The Good Brothers vs. Impact Wrestling Tag Team Champions FinJuice & Eddie Edwards.

A six-man tag match to show the unity between the one-time Bullet Club members and help set up a future tag team title match between FinJuice and the Good Brothers somewhere down the road. Omega can’t lose so he needs to be kept strong, but there is nothing to stop either Gallows or Anderson from taking a fall. On the other hand, FinJuice, are the new champions and should be kept strong. Edwards should be kept away from getting pinned too. This match could really go in any direction and I expect whoever the next challenger to Omega, the winner of the six-man top contender match, will cause a distraction and allow FinJuice and Edwards to capitalize and score a fall, thus building to the upcoming title match. Sounds like a plan to me.

Winners: Fin Juice and Eddie Edwards

Six-Way to determine the top contender to Kenny Omega’s Impact Championship: Matt Cardona vs. Chris Bey vs. Sami Callihan vs. Moose vs. Trey Miguel vs. Chris Sabin.

Let’s run through the names. It won’t be Chris Bey or Chris Sabin. I can’t see Matt Cardona working a world title main event either. Woo woo woo – you still know it. Moose? I think his contract is up soon and unless he signed a new deal and I missed it, I don’t think we’ll see him as the victor either. So Sami or Trey Miguel? Sami has been there/done that aura about him so I’m going with Trey. He’s new, hot, and a future big star just waiting to break that proverbial glass ceiling.

Winner and NEW #1 Contender: Trey Miguel

Impact Wrestling Knockouts Champions Jordynne Grace & Rachael Ellering vs. Fire N’ Flava.

Fire & Flava have a fire behind them and they’re fun to watch, but this one isn’t even really a tough call in my opinion. Grace & Ellering take that trip to the pay window.

Winners: Jordynne Grace & Rachael Ellering

Impact Wrestling X-Division Champion Josh Alexander vs. El Phantasmo.

This one is a tough call for me because Phantasmo is the new kid, comes in with a great reputation, and has a rocket strapped to his back, but will the trip to the top of the card come at the expense of Josh Alexander? I hope not because Josh is a new champion and it’s too early to lose the title and take a pinfall loss. But Phantasmo shouldn’t lose either, being the new kid on the block. Let’s go for some craziness and a no-contest here. No winner and no loser, but just some great action that leaves the fans wanting more.

No Contest: Alexander retains the X-Division title.

Impact Wrestling Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo vs. Havok.

This will be a fun match and I wouldn’t be surprised to see Rosemary find a way to get involved before all is said and done. But that being said, that belt is staying right where it belongs, wrapped around the waist of Purrazzo. She’s overcome the odds and keep the Knockouts title safe and secure in her grasp.

Winner and STILL Impact Knockouts Champion: Deonna Purrazzo

Willie Mack vs. W. Morrisey.

Morrisey is new to Impact Wrestling and is making a big comeback to the world of professional wrestling and you can’t teach that. He’s seven feet tall and you can’t teach that. And he’s going to kick Mack’s head off and get the win in a short, but satisfying match. And you can teach that.

Winner: W. Morrisey

Brian Myers vs. Black Taurus.

Although Myers has made a career of losing matches, if earlier tonight on Impact was any indication, those days are over. After a loss to Matt Cardona on the last pay-per-view, Myers is looking for some redemption. He’ll get it here.

Winner: Brian Myers

Susan & Kimber Lee vs. Tenille Dashwood & Taylor Wilde.

Taylor Wilde just returned to the company and I don’t think she came back to lose her first pay-per-view match. All four women in this match can work and it should be a good match and fun to watch. But there is no doubt in my mind. Dashwood and Wilde are taking home the win here.

Winners: Tenille Dashwood & Taylor Wilde

And there you go. So what do you think? Who will win and who will take the falls on Saturday night. Let me know in the comments. My thanks for reading. Until the next time, take care of yourself and I’ll see you at the matches.

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