IMPACT Wrestling Under Siege 2022 Results

IMPACT Wrestling Under Siege 2022 Josh Alexander Tomohiro Ishii

IMPACT Wrestling is Under Siege tonight in Newport, Kentucky tonight as they present their second-annual event under the name, headlined by Josh Alexander vs. Tomohiro Ishii.

IMPACT Wrestling’s 2022 schedule continues tonight as they present Under Siege, live from the Promowest Pavilion at Ovation from Newport, Kentucky. Five championship contests are scheduled for the event, capped off by a mammoth World Championship encounter between Tomohiro Ishii and the defending champion Josh Alexander. Defences of the company’s X Division, Knockouts World, and World Tag Team Championships are also due, as is a defence of the AAA Reina de Reinas Championship.

A huge ten-man tag team match will see Bullet Club – represented by Jay White, The Good Brothers, Chris Bey, and the returning El Phantasmo – battle Honor No More, which will consist of Eddie Edwards, Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, Vincent, and Kenny King. The Motor City Machine Guns will also contest separate singles matches, as Chris Sabin faces Steve Maclin, while Alex Shelley goes one-on-one with Mike Bailey.

Under Siege airs live on FITE TV, IMPACT Plus, and YouTube for IMPACT Wrestling’s Ultimate Insiders.

IMPACT Wrestling Under Siege 2022 Results

  • Heath and Rhino defeat Raj Singh and Shera
  • Rich Swann defeats Laredo Kid and Mike Bailey
  • Gisele Shaw defeats Madison Rayne
  • Chris Sabin defeats Steve Maclin
  • Taya Valkyrie defeats Deonna Purrazzo to retain the AAA Reina de Reinas Championship
  • Ace Austin defeats Trey Miguel to retain the IMPACT X Division Championship
  • Honor No More’s Eddie Edwards, Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, Vincent, and Kenny King defeat Bullet Club’s Jay White, Doc Gallows, Karl Anderson, Chris Bey, and El Phantasmo
  • Tasha Steelz defeats Havok to retain the IMPACT Knockouts World Championship
  • The Briscoes’ Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe defeat Violent By Design’s Eric Young and Deaner to win the IMPACT World Tag Team Championships
  • Josh Alexander defeats Tomohiro Ishii to retain the IMPACT World Championship