Impact Wrestling Hard To Kill is approaching quickly. Fans around the world are excited as we prepare for Kenny Omega’s in-ring debut in Impact Wrestling.
Impact Wrestling has been at the top of its game over the past year. Even before the shocking debut of AEW World Champion Kenny Omega, Impact Wrestling was going in the right direction. With the roster full of the tremendous talent that Impact Wrestling has obtained, they are starting to make an impact again.
We are on the verge of possibly the biggest Impact Wrestling pay-per-view in years. Hard To Kill will be headlined by the in-ring debut of Kenny Omega. While the rest of the card has piled up some great matches. We will see every official Impact Wrestling Championship be defended, sorry Moose, and new Knockouts Tag Team Champions for the first time in years.
Along with other matches engulfed by personal feuds and a man feuding personally, this show promises to be a great wrestling show. As we wait for this Saturday, let’s take a look at the full card and see who I think will come out on top.
Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb with a K vs. Rosemary and Crazzy Steve
Fans rejoiced when Rosemary and Crazzy Steve reunited to bring back Decay to Impact Wrestling. While it is sad to not have Abyss along for the ride, we are glad to see them back nonetheless. In their first match back as a group, you can feel safe betting on them picking up the victory in this one. However, never count out Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb, that’s with a K you know.
They could pull off the upset victory if Crazzy Steve and Rosemary have any type of issue. It has been a long time since Decay has been together. On the other hand, Tenille and Kaleb have been together for a bit. Although, Decay still clearly has the experience advantage. I am expecting that Rosemary and Crazzy Steve will win this match and cement Decay’s return.
Winners: Rosemary and Crazzy Steve
The Karate Man vs. Ethan Page
This is possibly the most difficult match that I have ever had to book. Even Invisible Man versus Invisible Stan may have been easier to predict than a man fighting his own alter ego. I have heard of defeating yourself, but never have I heard of one personality defeating the other. However, it is 2021 and things are a bit bizarre and well, here we are.
There were reports last month that Ethan Page would not be re-signing with Impact Wrestling. However, his contract was said to be set to expire on December 31st. As of now, he is still working for the company but this could be a farewell as well. We are going to see something unique when this match takes place.
As bizarre as the concept is, it does get people talking and tuning in to see what can possibly happen. I am expecting that Page’s partner in The North, Josh Alexander will get involved in some way during the “match.” This match could end in many different ways. It wouldn’t be one to place a big bet on. However, my call is going to be Karate Man via disqualification.
Winner: Karate Man
Eric Young, Joe Doering, and Deaner vs. Rhino, Tommy Dreamer, and Cousin Jake
On a night that the main event will be a six-man tag match, this one will be a great way to tune up the crowd. Eric Young has recruited Joe Doering and Deaner to follow him into battle against two ECW originals Rhino and Tommy Dreamer and Cousin Jake, who Cody Deaner turned on a few weeks ago. Since then we have seen a new side of Deaner.
Deaner has been determined to prove himself to Eric Young and has been doing a good job of doing so. He has continued to push Cousin Jake to retaliate against him. The potential singles match between the two is going to be entertaining. However, we are focusing on this match. This is the first time that we will see Young, Doering, and Deaner team together.
Since returning to the company at Slammiversary, Eric Young has reminded everyone of exactly who he is. He was underutilized during his WWE run and his manic aggression makes complete sense in the best ironic way. Eric Young’s team needs this victory more than the latter to cement the group as a threat. Let Cousin Jake get a moment beating Deaner later.
Winners: Eric Young, Joe Doering, and Cody Deaner