08-23-2009, 02:23 PM
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Birmingham, England
Re: TNA: A Change Cometh
Live From ‘The Voltage Zone’ in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Tuesday, 13th July 2009
With Victory Road being only one week away, things look set to heat up this week on Voltage. With last week involving a lot of confrontations and in fact, the spearhead of many feuds, this week's Voltage looks set to keep the ball rolling as we head into Victory Road.
Samoa Joe did it again. Last week, in front of a live audience and the several million watching at home, Joe left AJ a crumpled mess in the ring after slamming him through a table with a Muscle Buster following a contract signing that swiftly turned into an all out brawl. Joe may have thought that was a smart move, but he may as well think again as AJ Styles wil be out for Joe's blood tonight. But how will things evolve this week?
Down But Not Out
Another important event that occured last week was the match up between Mark Jindrak and Matt Morgan. The contest itself barely lasted three minutes until both men spilled to the outside and took the fight to the backstage area, where Morgan gained the upper hand by choking Mark out with a chair. This prompted Jeff Jarrett to get involved and he scheduled a match between Morgan and Jindrak come Victory Road. But there's less than seven days until the pay-per-view, and tonight, expect Morgan and Jindrak to butt heads one way or another once more.
A Taste Of Things To Come
If you've been following Voltage lately, you will know that at Victory Road, Beer Money will put up their TNA World Tag Titles against LAX, The British Invasion and Team 3D in a four corner elimination tag match. However, tonight, in a taste of things to come, it will be D-Von Dudley of Team 3D vs. James Storm of Beer Money vs. Hernandez of LAX vs. Doug Williams of The British Invasion in a four corner match. Which person will gain the victory?
Let Us Fight Again
For the past two weeks, Kenny Omega has got one up against Eric Young. He beat him on the second show and also got the victory last week in a mixed tag match, and both of those victories have been courtesy of Omega's trusty valet, Daisy Haze. However, come Tuesday night, Young has challenged Omega to another one-on-one match, but in his corner will be Taylor Wilde who looks set to keep Daisy Haze at bay from interfering.
Prove You're Good Enough
At Victory Road, it will be Christy Hemme taking on Angelina Love for the TNA Womens Knockout Championship. However, before that match, Christy has another thing to worry about, as Tuesday night she looks set to face Angelina's BFF, Velvet Sky, in a one-on-one match up. In Velvet's corner will be Madison and Angelina, who will do everything it takes to humiliate Christy after what she has done to them over the space of the past three weeks.
Since the monstrous Klondyke returned to TNA three weeks ago, she has achieved a lot. Not only did she defeat Christy Hemme last week in a six Knockouts tag, but the week before she got the one, two, three over ODB. Tonight, Klondyke will take on both ODB and Sojo Bolt in a two-on-one handicap match, and Bolt and ODB will be looking for payback after Klondyke has made their lives a misery since she arrived at Voltage's door.
All this and much, much more come Tuesday night!
Four Corner Elimination Match | D-Von Dudley vs. James Storm vs. Hernandez vs. Doug Williams
Two-on-One | Klondyke vs. Sojo Bolt & ODB
One-on-One | Eric Young w/ Taylor Wilde vs. Kenny Omega w/ Daisy Haze
One-on-One | Christy Hemme vs. Velvet Sky w/ Angelina Love & Madison Rayne
[FEIST: Women's Pro Wrestling BTB]