8 Ups & 0 Downs From Impact Wrestling Emergence 2020 (Part 1)

Three title matches and another classic tag team encounter as Emergence takes over.

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This week's Impact Wrestling marked a special night, with the first part of Emergence. Being the first 'big show' for Impact since Slammiversary meant it had a lot to live up to, and while the show was in no way on the level of the 18 July pay-per-view, it remained a stellar night, as evidenced by the Ups to Downs ratio.

The Motor City Machine Guns and The North closed the show with another phenomenal World Tag Team Championships bout, while the show kicked off with Rohit Raju lifting the X Division Championship from Chris Bey. For veteran readers of this column, you'll be well aware of this columnist's opinion on 'The Desi Hitman', leaving Emergence as a historic night in the history of Impact Ups & Downs.

Aside from the tops and tails of the show, we also had The Good Brothers finally getting their hands on Ace Austin and Madman Fulton, while Moose defended the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against Trey Miguel. Backstage, Eric Young, Brian Myers, and Heath had a lot to say for themselves, with the recently released crop of WWE lads making a home for themselves in Impact.

If part one was anything to go by, then the second part will be nothing show of excellence. Let's get to it...


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