Croak made a statement in the opening match of the night when he defeated Mike Steel with the War Hammer right out of the gate. Steel was ready for a second round, but officials had to ask him to leave the ring.
In a double debut, the Hellbillies, led to the ring by Bubba James and GLITTER's OMG, defeated the Minutemen, Revolt and Revere, via Roadkill Rally on Revere.
Lastly, in the main event, Cinq put the World Junior Championship on the line against Star Blazer. Star Blazer proved to not be ready as Cinq quickly put him away with the Briseur de Jambe to retain the title.
Ascension #1 — 08.18.2099
In the opening match of the night, right as the bell sounded, Badd Mann delivered the Golden Glove to put Rip Rokken away.
Rabbid, looking much different and with full fan support, beat Tom Tracks with a Jack Hammer after softening him up with the Rabbit Punch.
Vincitor returned to IFC with a chorus of cheers behind him. The fans all shouted in unison, "VINCITOR WILL KILL YOU!" After a couple of Muscle Busters, Stomper used his Shockwave ability and found himself disqualified.
Kerry Storm put the massive Rampage down with the Category 4 Claw early on in the match. The ladies in the arena went nuts for the fan favorite from Tornado Alley. After the match, Rampage stumbled back to his feet and attacked Storm. Sadly, Storm received a Boulder Bomb on the exposed concrete floor.
In the main event, Midnite Dynamite, Stan Manley and Bobby Bomb, put the Duos Championship up against Blunt Force Trauma, Krudr and Skulgil. This match could easily be called the best showcase of talent since the IFC reappeared outside of the Nil Zone. In the end, Midnite Dynamite finished Krudr with the Sledge-O-Matic to retain the titles.
Livewire #1 — 08.20.2099
In opening duos action, Samoan Hit Squad, Af'i and Tu'i, put away the veteran team of Saint Nick and Comet. Tu'i picked up the win after the Samoan Drop.
After a big back-and-forth battle, a much more determined Yoko Ohno, formally stylized as Oh-No, put the young Eradicator away with the Super Fuji Drop.
Air Wolf moved up the ranks of the World Junior Division as he managed to beat Ultra Sanda, a highly anticipated fighter from Japan, via Howl at the Moon! Both men shook hands at the end of the match.
Fans thought they were about to see a train-wreck with Road Rage going up against Joe Pro. However, Road Rage hit the Suicide Clutch (Fast Forward) to bring the anticipated brawl to an abrupt end. Noticing the fans disapproval of the match, Rage and Pro began violently swinging their chains at each other. The fans went nuts when Mike Steel came out to take on both men. Well, he ended up being a living piñata for both chain-swinging brawlers.
Corps, Mutt and Razor, defeated the arrogant Neutron and Proton, the Galactics, via Bioshocker. The Galactics went immediately to the studio interview area to complain that the "army men" cheated. A rematch was granted just to get Proton and Neutron to shut up!
Rozwell agreed to put the Heritage Championship on the line against Tick Tock. As Rozwell was about to go for the Area 51, Tick Tock used his underhanded attacks and took over, finishing the champion with the Thumb Trap for the first fall. Rozwell would come back and pick up a fall via Running Star Bomb. For the final fall, Rozwell was hit from behind by Blunt Force Trauma while the referee was distracted; this allowed Tick Tock to score the final fall via Thumb Trap and win the Heritage Championship.
In the main event, Powermonger and Punk A.D. battled it out in a fierce grudge match. As Honest Abe came down through the crowd, Powermonger put Punk away via Dream Street. Abe jumped into the ring and asked what these men were fighting for; neither of them were Intergalactic Champion. Powermonger went after Abe, but Punk cut him off and nailed him with the '85 Special. Abe then dropped Punk with the Lincoln Lariat as the show went off the air.
Val Kano defeated Hexx in the opening bout via Surf's Up!
Lauren Lethal defeated Bast via Free Kick.
After a long, rough, back-and-forth battle, Dawn put OMG away via Dusk Till Dawn. Bubba James came down to the ring to help OMG back to her feet. Dawn looked absolutely disgusted at the site of James.
Chloe Cosmos and Space Girl Page, in a five-star showcase, ended in a draw at the fifteen minute mark. Both sisters shook hands and said they would go at it again next week.
Showstopper defeated Kay Fabe with a defensive Show's Over.
In a non-title match, the Nasty Girls defeated SFDM (Sisters From Different Misters) when Knubbs caught Butterfly Haley Jean off-guard with the Knubb Sandwich. La Cerdita was down from an attack by Scabs outside the ring and couldn't make the save. The Nasty Girls now get a shot at the belts at All That's GLITTER #2.
Finally, in the main event, Serenity defeated Ratchet via Double Dragon to retain the Sparkle Championship. Serenity played to the crowd and helped Ratchet up, faking a handshake. Serenity was shocked when Ratchet dropped the champion with the Wrist Rocket.
The show opened with a video of Rozwell losing the Heritage Championship at Livewire #1. Fans in the audience showed their displeasure for the way their champion lost. The package ended with Tick Tock, grinning eat to ear, ordering BFT to the back.
Disco Fever defeated Rough House via Soul Train.
Bubba James defeated Chomper via Vermin Slam.
In the main event, Rozwell hoped to pick up a win after losing the Heritage Championship to Tick Tock. Croak, jumping at every moment to make a name for himself, had his eyes set on keeping his streak alive. In the end, Rozwell, still banged up from the attack by Blunt Force Trauma, lost to the Cold Blooded Clutch.
Ascension #2 — 08.25.2099
In the opening match, Mike Steel continued his fight for his first win. Tom Tracks put a stop to everything with the Diesel Device. Mike Steel tried to grab the microphone and speak, but Death Star and Starscare, the Fallen Stars, entrance music hit and ended the rant before it even began.
Death Star and Starescare, enemies turned duos, tried to go for a combination of the Death March and Starmbar, but Anvil escaped and came back with the Tungsten Tackle on Starscare for the win. Death Star and Starscare still managed to clear the ring after Strike Team tried to prove a point by attacking Death Star.
Rabbid survived the Aftershocker from Stomper; however, a set of Backflip Kicks put him down for the night. Rabbid was obviously struggling to recover from kicking out of the Aftershocker. Rabbid, though winning at Ascension #1, still seems to be on shaky legs.
Vincitor proved he is determined to move on up the ranks and reclaim his former glory in the IFC. He struggled to put Rampage down; however, the the Rocky Mountain Rampage finally tapped on the fourth Kinniku Special II.
In the main event, Honest Abe took on Punk A.D. in a non-title match. Punk beat Honest Abe with the '85 Special. After the match, Punk said that he had a title shot in line now that he beat the champion cleanly. The Minutemen came down to the ring and all three men got in the face of Punk. Luckily, the Founding Fathers did not attack. The show ended with Punk pointing at the Intergalactic Championship on Honest Abe's waist.
Livewire #2 — 08.27.2099
Rabbid opened the show by defeating Eradicator via Rabbit Punch.
Croak kept his streak alive by crushing Kerry Storm with the War Hammer.
Road Rage rocked the whole arena when he finished Yoko Ohno via Suicide Clutch! The ring posts and ropes had to be inspected after the finish due to the stress the fall put on the ring.
Razor and Mutt, the Corps, surprised the Galactics, Proton and Neutron, when Mutt delivered a quick Mega Shell (Fast Forward)! After the match, the Corps said they were coming for the Duos Championship. The Hellbillies interrupted and took Mutt and Razor out!
In a non-title match, Air Wolf stopped Cinq, the World Junior Champion, with the amazing Howl at the Moon! Air Wolf will get a shot at the title at Ascension #3. Cinq made sure to tell Air Wolf that the "ugly, masked boy wonder" would never take the title from him!
Boone and Deacon, the Hellbillies, brought a very tough fight to the Duos Champions in a non-title bout. Bobby Bomb and Stan Manley, Midnite Dynamite, still managed to finish off Boone with the Rocket Launch, however.
In the main event, Powermonger defeated Honest Abe in a non-title match. Abe put up a good fight, but Powermonger used the dreaded Dream Street to sneak past the champion. The Minutemen hit the ring and went after Powermonger. Punk A.D. ran down and began fighting as well. The show went off the air with the Founding Fathers beating down Punk A.D. and Powermonger!