Back in January, IMPACT Wrestling's Twitch channel was suspended by the streaming provider after an RVD segment during an episode of IMPACT.
During the segment, The Whole Dam Show, his girlfriend Katie Forbes, and his girlfriend's girlfriend Jennifer engaged in frivolous activities, which ended with all three of them topless and covered in whipped cream. The two women then pulled back RVD's robe and suggested they were going to engage in frivolous activities.
IMPACT's Twitch ban was lifted after a week, but the promotion is seemingly taking no more chances when it comes to the streaming network's terms of service as they aired a heavily edited version of Su Yung vs. Havok in an Undead Realm match.
IMPACT tweeted: "Some of the more gory elements of the Undead Realm had to be removed from the Twitch airing tonight, you can see the full unedited version now on YouTube!"
During the match itself, Havok and Yung attacked each other with crowbars and machetes while Father James Mitchell watched on. The Havok Death Machine then choked Yung with a noose. After they battled some more and were transported to a desert and back, Havok committed an on air murder as she stabbed Mitchell through the heart. This would obviously be against Twitch's terms of service which would explain why the match was edited.
Check out the unedited version below: