Eddie Edwards vs. Sami Callihan
New fans that may be watching the show because of Kenny Omega will stay because of a battle and feud like this one. Eddie Edwards and Sami Callihan will collide in a correctly named Barbed Wire Massacre match. Any AEW fans of Jon Moxley that may be tuning in will be in for a real treat with this match.
Edwards and Callihan have a feud that Josh Mathews has said defined the company. Sami has tried to end Eddie’s career with Ken Shamrock by his side. Sami Callihan has brought a monster back to life in Shamrock. However, he may have accidentally created a monster along the way. Sami has gotten into the head of Eddie and pushed him to his breaking point.
We have seen in the past that Eddie Edwards isn’t afraid to go hardcore when needed. He isn’t afraid of a little blood and getting stitches. Although this match isn’t going to be hardcore, this will be as the title reads, it is going to be a massacre. These two men are going to be bloody and battered by the end of this one. However, with Shamrock and mind games in his corner, this may be Callihan’s night to win.
Winner: Sami Callihan
Havok and Nevaeh vs. Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz
For the first time in 8 years, we are going to see new Knockout’s Tag Team Champions crowned at Hard To Kill. After an intense tournament compiled of some of Impact Wrestling’s best, we are down to two teams. Havok and Nevaeh on one side and Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz on the other. Two teams that aren’t strangers to each other.
On Impact Face To Face, the two teams rewatched a No DQ match. The experience was intense and helped set the tone for this match. The two teams did a great job at creating heat and making this match more than just a regular tournament final. These two have a history between the two of them and more than gold is on the line.
By the end of the video, the teams were lucky that they had screens to hold them back. These two teams are about to rip each other apart at Hard To Kill. Hogan and Steelz promoted the fact that they have beaten Havok and Navaeh twice in the past. If they let that kind of confidence get into their heads, they may be too confident and Havok and Navaeh walk out as the new champions.
Winners: Havok and Navaeh