Impact Genesis Results: Ace Austin vs. Suicide

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Impact Wrestling's first Impact Plus special of 2021, Genesis, emanates from Skyway Studios in Nashville, TN on Saturday, January 9th. With the Hard to Kill PPV only a week away, Genesis is focused primarily on the return of the Super X Cup tournament, which will take place entirely during the show. The tournament's brackets pit Ace Austin against Suicide, Daivari vs. Cousin Jake, Crazzy Steve vs. Trey Lamar, and KC Navarro vs. Blake Christian in the opening round, while the semi-finals and final will take place later in the night. In addition, Genesis features an I Quit match between Moose and Willie Mack that will, hopefully, settle the pair's differences once and for all. Finally, in the last advertised match of the show, Jazz delays her retirement one more time for a one-on-one match with Jordynne Grace. Of course, it would be surprising if there weren't at least a few developments in the matchups planned for Hard to Kill on tonight's show.


Match graphic for Ace Austin vs. Suicide at Impact Genesis
Match graphic for Ace Austin vs. Suicide at Impact Genesis

Impact Genesis Results Part 1

The opening video for Genesis talks about how much 2020 sucked and how good 2021 is going to be. If we are going to continue to watch the walls close in on Donald Trump, then count in El Presidente! Haw haw haw haw!

Ace Austin vs. Suicide

Ace Austin vs. Suicide is the first match in the first round of the Super X Cup. In the match video, Chris Sabin suggests that Suicide could be Christopher Daniels. Ace Austin has Madman Fulton at ringside with him for the match.

Suicide proves too much for Ace Austin to handle in a fair fight. Based on his moveset and body type, I am pretty sure he is my old political rival, Raul, under the mask. Did he escape the prison my secret police threw him in? Somebody had better look into that.

Luckily for Ace Austin, he is not alone. He has Madman Fulton at ringside with him to have his back. Fulton manages to provide a distraciton at the right time for Austin to hit the Fold and get the win.

Winner: Ace Austin

A fine opening match, but even El Presidente has trouble understanding exactly what differentiates X Division wrestling from all other wrestling these days. Oh well.

Bleeding Cool's live coverage of Impact Genesis continues, but I must pass the baton to Chad McMahon, a sad little man who will also one day die like a dog.

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