Jordynne Grace is new Knockouts Champion
Taya Valkyrie smashed the record months ago for the longest reigning Knockouts Champion, shattering it and surpassing Taryn Terrell by almost 100 days. Valkyrie had one of the most impressive, if not all-time, Knockouts title reigns.
She not only held the belt for 379 days, but also faced the who’s who of top tier talent. It started by knocking off the now-reigning IMPACT World Champion Tessa Blanchard. She defeated the likes of Jordynne Grace, Madison Rayne, Su Yung, Havok, Rosemary, Tenille Dashwood and even the legendary IMPACT and former Knockouts Champion ODB from there.
She was established as one of the best champions in little over a year, not just in her business but as a whole in pro wrestling. But all good things have to come to an end, and that is exactly what happened tonight.
Valkyrie has finally lost her Knockouts Title to Jordynne Grace after 379 days on top. For almost a year now, Thick Mama Pump has chased Valkyrie, since almost every win Valkyrie had over Grace was unclean.
The championship fight was no different. Valkyrie used every underhanded trick in the book, and when the referee’s back was turned John E. Bravo did his best to strike Grace. Grace showed some impressive durability tonight, managing to get back into the ring before the count of ten after planting on the ramp with the Road to Valhalla.
Finally, after months and months of narrowly escaping Valkyrie with the money, Grace trapped her in the Driver of Grace, bringing her away for good.