Re: TNA 2013: A Revolution
Show's gonna be a few days yet unfortunately. Broken finger really hinders your writing! Threw this together to give you something to get excited about!
Preview For January 17th TNA Impact
Originally Posted by impactwrestling.com
If Angle wins, he and Styles get one last shot at the Tag Team Titles. If Daniels wins, Angle and Styles must split up: Kurt Angle Vs Christopher Daniels
Preview: With the way the TNA Tag Team Championship match panned out last week on Impact, Kurt Angle and AJ Styles have been given the opportunity to earn themselves one more shot at the titles as Kurt Angle goes one on one with Christopher Daniels. There is a stipulation attached to the match that could see things in the tag team scene drastically change. If Kurt defeats Christopher Daniels, he and AJ will be given one last shot at the TNA Tag Team Championships. However, if Daniels manages to defeat Angle, Styles and Angle must split up as a team. With such a huge stipulation hanging over this match, will Angle be able to rise to the occasion and defeat Daniels to earn another Tag Title shot? Or will Christopher Daniels finally put an end to the team that has been a thorn in his side for the last 6 months?
Joey Ryan & Zema Ion Vs John HenOxiOxiOxiOxin & Chris Sabin
Preview: Having just won the TNA Television Championship, Joey Ryan is now firmly established as a power player in TNA and that has also planted a target firmly on his chest. Having already pinned the champion in his first match with the company, John HenOxiOxiOxiOxin is looking to establish himself as one of the next in line for a TNA Television Title shot. On the other side of this match, Chris Sabin won his return match and wants a match with Zema Ion, whether it's for the TNA X-Division Title or not. If HenOxiOxiOxiOxin and Sabin can pull out the win, they'll go a long way to convincing people that they are truly deserving of a title opportunity. Can they pick up a big win over the champions? Or are Ryan and Ion just too good for the high fliers?
Mr Anderson Vs D'Angelo Dinero
Preview: These two men went one on one on the three-hour Impact just a fortnight ago and, following a backstage confrontation, the two men agreed to go at it again this week on Impact. With Dinero already 1-0 up on Anderson, a second victory would surely see Dinero rocket up the rankings in terms of challenging for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. On the flip side, a win for Mr Anderson could help re-establish him as a title contender. Will Anderson avenge his loss two weeks ago? Or will Dinero go two for two?
Natalie Neidhart W/Beth Scarlet Vs Ayako Hamada
Preview: With the return of Ayako Hamada, the Knockouts Division gains another tenacious female competitor that could easily challenge for the Knockouts Championship. With the Knockouts Division growing by the minute, the competition is getting tougher and tougher but it's unlikely to faze Natalie Neidhart who, along with Beth Scarlet, plan to take apart the Knockouts Division, woman by woman. Will Hamada fall victim to this deadly duo? Or does she have enough skill to overcome two top Knockouts?
Samoa Joe calls out Dave Batista!
Preview: With things getting more and more heated as the weeks pass by, things could finally come to a head between Dave Batista and Samoa Joe when Joe calls Batista out this week on Impact. Having been screwed out of the TNA Television Championship by Batista last week, you can be sure he'll be out for blood should Batista answer the call. Only bad things can happen with these two combustible elements in the ring together!
Bobby Roode will be in attendance!
Preview: Having been absent from Impact last week due to what occurred between himself and King Mo, Bobby Roode has promised he will be on Impact this week. What he has to say is anyone's guess but you can be sure that Roode will have some kind of response to the actions of King Mo, having promised that Mo would 'pay for his sins'. It's anyone's guess what exactly Roode's plan is but you can be sure he definitely has one.
WARNING: CHOKE IN PROGRESS