Kongo Kong is defeated by Moose, and things get worse for "The New Monster" as his leader, Jimmy Jacobs, is discovered to be laid out backstage as IMAPCT Wrestling goes off the air!
Jimmy Jacobs & Kongo Kong wanted Abyss - now they have finally got him.
On this weeks Impact, Abyss with Father James Mitchell took on Kongo Kong with Jimmy Jacobs in a Monster's Ball Match.
The match started with both wrestlers trading blows, with Kong getting the better of the exchange, but would miss hitting a corner splash - followed by Abyss hitting Kong with a trash can, knocking Kong out of the ring. Leading to a commercial break.
During the break Kong put Abyss through a table with a shoulder block, then set another table up in the ring. Kong went for his top rope Splash, however Abyss got to his feel and brought Kong off the top rope onto his back. Then getting a bag of thumbtacks and dumping them in the ring.
Abyss went to chokeslam Kong, when Jimmy Jacobs attacked Abyss with a kendo stick. Abyss was not stunned and chased Jimmy round the ring side, into the ring but was met by Kong, who hit a Chokeslam on Abyss into the tacks.
Kong set the table into position, putting Abyss on there - Abyss popped up and Powerbombed Kong through the table, Abyss went to use Janice on Kong, but Kong blocked it and put Abyss onto barbed wire board with another Chokeslam, followed by a top rope Splash for the pinfall.
In his latest attempt to get Abyss to "come out and play," Jimmy Jacobs brought his monster Kongo Kong to the Park, Park & Park offices for his own brand of redecoration.
Kongo Kong w/ Jimmy Jacobs vs. Chandler Park w/ Joseph Park
Kong charges at Chandler in the corner but he sidesteps and begins to build momentum.
Chandler celebrates too early, however, as Kong is able to regain control with a big cannonball in the corner.
Kong hits a modified piledriver to pick up the win in convincing fashion.
After the match, Kong hits Park with a huge top rope splash as Joseph watches on.
Chandler Park talks to Joseph Park about his big win, but Jimmy Jacobs walks over and puts them both down.
Chandler tries to stand up to him, but Jacobs introduces Kongo Kong, and Chandler backs down.
January 22nd - IWA Mid South "Reckoning" - Ace Perry defeated Jimmy Jacobs in a Falls Count Anywhere Match.
January 23rd - JCW - Kongo Kong defeated Jimmy Jacobs.
January 30th - ROH "Winter Warriors Tour" - Jimmy Jacobs defeated Tadarius Thomas in Thomas's retirement match.
January 31st - ROH "Winter Warriors Tour" - BJ Whitmer & Jimmy Jacobs defeated Flip Kendrick & Louis Lyndon.
February 12th - IWA Midsouth "Heartbreak" - Jimmy Jacobs defeated Ace Perry in a Spike On A Pole Match.
February 20th - AIW "I Choo Choo Choose You" - Jimmy Jacobs & BJ Whitmer defeated The Batiiri, The Beaver Boys and To Infinity & Beyond to retain their AIW Tag Team Titles.
February 28th - AIW "The Art War" - Ethan Page defeated Jimmy Jacobs.
March 1st - ROH "13th Anniversary" - Adam Page & Jimmy Jacobs defeated Adam Thornstowe & Luster The Legend.
March 13th - ROH "Conquest Tour" - Beretta & Romero defeated BJ Whitmer & Jimmy Jacobs
March 14th - ROH "Conquest Tour" - ACH defeated Jimmy Jacobs
March 15th - IWA Mid South "Prince Of The Death Matches" - Ace Perry defeated Jimmy Jacobs in a Loser Leaves Town Match.
At IWA Mid South's "A Matter Of Respect" on January 8th, Jimmy Jacobs was defeated by Ace Perry in a "Respect" match.
Here is what happened following the match...
December 11th, Clarksville, Indiana - IWA Mid South "Big Ass Christmas Bash" - Jimmy Jacobs defeated Ace Perry.
December 20th, Detroit, Michigan - Juggalo Championship Wrestling "Big Balls" - 2 Tuff Tony defeated Jimmy Jacobs to retain his JCW Heavyweight Title.
December 26th, Cleveland, Ohio "Charge It To The Underhills" - The Tim Donst VS Tommy Mercer turned into a 6 Man Tag when the rest of The Forgotten got involved.
The Jollyville Fuck-Its (Russ Myers & T-Money) & Tim Donst defeat The Forgotten (BJ Whitmer, Jimmy Jacobs & Tommy Mercer)
December 27th, Berwyn, Illinois "One Twisted Christmas" - The Monster Mafia (Ethan Page & Josh Alexander) defeat Eddie Kingston & Jimmy Jacobs.