Complete SPOILERS From Last Night's IMPACT Wrestling TV Tapings

A Ruthless Aggression star debuts, a possible babyface turn, and more from IMPACT's latest tapings!

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Having amassed plenty of buzz from their Hard To Kill pay-per-view on Saturday evening, IMPACT Wrestling followed with a set of television tapings last night (Sunday, 9 January). Last night's proceedings will across the next few weeks, with IMPACT's next set of tapings scheduled for 21 and 22 January in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

As things stand, the Anthem-helmed promotion won't return to live action until 19 February, where they present No Surrender in New Orleans.

Per IMPACT Asylum reader Marvin Pruitt, here's everything that went down:-

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Before The IMPACT

Black Taurus d. Matthew Rehwoldt.

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IMPACT Digital Media Championship: Jordynne Grace retained over Lady Frost. Matt Cardona emerged post-match as her next contender.

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A Scott D'Amore promo, saying IMPACT will return to Dallas on 1 April as part of WrestleCon.

W. Morrissey calls out Moose, demanding another World Championship match. Moose refuses, saying he's giving someone else a shot.

The Ring Of Honor contingent jumped D'Lo Brown and put him through a table, leaving him off the commentary booth for the remainder of the taping.

Laredo Kid d. Chris Bey. Trey Miguel provided guest commentary.

Mike Bailey d. Jake Something. Ace Austin and Madman Fulton provided guest commentary.

Masha Slamovich d. an unnamed indie talent in a squash.

Josh Alexander demands his World Championship match. Charlie Haas debuts, leading to a brawl before Josh accepts Haas' challenge to a match.

IMPACT World Championship: Moose retained over Zicky Dice. W. Morrissey chased off Moose post-match and attacked both Dice and VSK. Brian Myers watched on.

JONAH d. Raj Singh, who demanded some competition. Scott D'Amore provided guest commentary.

ROH Women's World Championship: Deonna Purrazzo won the title from Rok-C. Matthew Rehwoldt and ROH's Ian Ricabboni provided guest commentary. The ROH contingent confronted her post-match, with Rehwoldt, Rich Swann, and Willie Mack being unsuccessful in chasing them off.

The Influence's Tenille Dashwood and Madison Rayne d. Havok in a handicap match, having laid out Rosemary pre-match. They took a selfie post-match next to an unconscious Havok.

Tasha Steelz d. Chelsea Green. Mickie James provided guest commentary, who then got into a post-match with Steelz and Savannah Evans before Green made the save.

W. Morrissey d. The Learning Tree's Zicky Dice and VSK in a handicap match, before stating he'd go to the back and find Moose if he wasn't given a title match. Brian Myers provided guest commentary.

ROH World Championship: Jonathan Gresham retained over Steve Maclin. The ROH contingent watched from the balcony.

Doc Gallows and Joe Doering d. Heath and Rhino after Deaner interfered. Karl Anderson provided guest commentary.

Josh Alexander d. Charlie Haas. Chris Sabin provided guest commentary. The ROH contingent, officially named in this segment as Honor No More, jumped them, Rich Swann, Willie Mack, Heath, and Rhino, before fleeing from a kendo stick-wielding Eddie Edwards. Eddie and Maria Kanellis-Bennett got into it on the mic after.

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