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Old 08-20-2009, 08:21 AM   #37 (permalink)
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iMPACT NEWS AND NOTES
Sunday, 11th July 2009

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Quick Results
- Prince Devitt def. Pac following a Prince's Throne and the three counts.
- Kurt Angle def. Amazing Red after forcing him to tap out from an Ankle Lock.
- Dr. Stevie def. Abyss after Abyss left the building to tend to his girlfriend Lauren, giving Stevie the countout victory.
- Christopher Daniels def. Chris Sabin after Sabin was hooked in a bridging Northern Lights suplex which kept his shoulders down for the three counts.
- Rhino won a gauntlet match by def. Shark Boy, Naito, Yujiro and Jethro Holiday in seperate pin fall victories.
In other news...

- We can exclusively reveal that TNA has announced that the World X Cup 2009 is all set and ready...and will take place as soon as the week after Victory Road! There will be four teams, including Team Mexico- which comprises of Laredo Kid, Ricky Marvin, Alan Stone and Aero Star, Team Japan- which is built up by the No Limit team members Yujiro and Naito, and also CIMA and Dragon Kid, Team International- built up by existing TNA roster members Alex Koslov and Prince Devitt with England's own Hade Vansen and Rene Magnifique (formerly known as Rene Dupree from WWE), and last but not least, Team TNA, which will be revealed soon. This year's World X Cup will follow the same format as the previous years.

- Due to the brand extension of TNA, it has been announced that Victory Road will be a five hour, instead of a usual four hour, broadcast. Nine matches are set to populate the card and by the addition of this hour, it can only mean that perhaps contests may last longer than intended.

- This week's TNA iMPACT Webmatch saw Daffney defeat little known competitor, Serena Deeb in a singles match up. In what was the first Knockouts match on iMPACT since the division migrated to Voltage, Serena brought the fight to Daffney and almost had her pinned following a spear bridged into a cover! Daffney had her whits about her however, and pushed Serena into the referee which kept him distracted long enough for the weird one to cake Serena's face with Black Mist! The Lobotomy, and the three counts, swiftly followed.

- TNA iMPACT managed to pull a 1.3 rating for last night's show, which seems to be a somewhat recurring trend.
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