Number One Contenders Determined, Title Change Occurs At Impact Under Siege

A busy Saturday night in Nashville

A new challenger for Kenny Omega's Impact World Heavyweight title has been determined, and a championship changed hands, at Impact's Under Siege on Saturday night in Nashville.

Omega's next challenger will be Moose, who earned the show by virtue of winning a six-way number one contender's match, outlasting Chris Bey, Matt Cardona, Sami Callihan, Trey Miguel, and Chris Sabin.

Moose scored the winning pin on Sabin, via a spear.

The title match between Omega and Moose will take place at Against All Odds on Saturday, June 12.

Also on Saturday night, the Knockouts Tag Team titles changed hands, as Tasha Steelz and Kiera Hogan of Fire 'N Flava regained the belts from Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering.

Steelz scored the winning pin for her team, pinning Grace with a frog splash.

Steelz and Hogan won the reactivated belts in a tournament final on January 16 at Hard to Kill. They lost them to Grace and Ellering on April 25 at Rebellion.

In addition, Ace Austin and Madman Fulton won a four-way match over Rohit Raju, XXXL, and Petey Williams and TJP to earn a future shot at Impact's Tag Team titles, currently held by FinJuice. The date of that match has not been determined.

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