01-31-2009, 07:29 AM
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: The Lane
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
Well I am back to BTB, and this time with a TNA thread. I had an old one which I really enjoyed. My last Booking project became too much for me, writing two shows for a week was not good, and I want to take it slower. If anyone wants to know what happened in my WWE thread then PM and I will show you the plans I had written up until Backlash. But enough of that, it’s time for a change and let the back-story begin.
P.S. If anything from this period is slightly wrong, do not fret it will all change anyway, you will see in the roster some superstars have already been added, and some storylines dropped. The back-story will explain why I have started from this period.
2008 for TNA was a good year; things seem to be getting slightly better, moving along slowly. All that was until, it began to change. The introduction of Mick Foley to TNA wrestling shocked fans around the world. Soon, a new belt was introduced with no credibility, and a storyline full of young versus old was the tipping point … was it all starting to go wrong. TNA was heading for freefall, television audiences were not rising … though good things would come from this, more PPV’s were outside of the iMPACT Zone, TNA had its first live iMPACT, and we were officially in HD.
Now with a little tweaking I have found the perfect point to starts at, after Slammiversary 2008. Now I will take Total Nonstop Action Wrestling from here, clearing up the mess before it even happened, trying to make TNA a legit contender. There is no Main Event Mafia, there is no Legends Title Bet and no Mick Foley. Let the real TNA begin.
Slammiversary 2008 Results
TNA X-Division Championship
Petey Williams (c) (with Scott Steiner and Rhaka Khan) defeated Kaz
6-Women Tag Team Match
Gail Kim, O.D.B., and Roxxi defeated The Beautiful People (Angelina Love and Velvet Sky) and Moose
TNA Tag Team Championships
The Latin American Xchange (Homicide and Hernandez) (with Salinas and Hector Guerrero) (c) defeated Team 3D (Brother Ray and Brother Devon)
$25,000 Dollar Challenge
Awesome Kong (with Raisha Saeed) defeated Serena Deeb
Awesome Kong (with Raisha Saeed) defeated Josie Robinson
A.J. Styles defeated Kurt Angle (with Tomko)
TNA World Heavyweight Championship - King of the Mountain
Samoa Joe (c) defeated Robert Roode, Booker T, Rhino, and Christian Cage
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling Staff
Mike Tenay - Play by play Commentator
Don West - Colour Commentator
Jeremy Borash - Backstage Interviewer/Part time Ring Announcer
Jim Cornette - Management Director
Lauren Thompson - Backstage Interviewer
Dave Penzer - Ring Announcer
Hernandez - TNA World Tag Team Champion
Homicide - TNA World Tag Team Champion
Jeff Jarrett - Inactive
Petey Williams - TNA X-Division Champion
Samoa Joe - TNA World Heavyweight Champion
Sheik Abdul Bashir
Sting - Inactive
Awesome Kong - TNA Knockout Champion
Christy Hemme - Valet of Rock ‘n’ Rave Infection
Jacqueline Moore - Valet of Beer Money
Raisha Saeed - Valet of Awesome Kong
Rhaka Khan - Valet of Scott Steiner & Petey Williams
Salinas- Valet of LAX
So Cal Val - Ring Girl & Valet of Sonjay Dutt
Angle Alliance (Kurt Angle & Tomko)
Beautiful People (Angelina Love, Velvet Sky & Cute Kip)
Beer Money Inc. (Robert Roode & James Storm)
Latin American Xchange (Hernandez & Homicide)
Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley)
Rock ‘n’ Rave Infection (Lance Rock & Jimmy Rave)
Team 3D (Brother Ray & Brother Devon)
12th June 2008 TNA iMPACT (iMPACT Zone, Florida)
19th June 2008 TNA iMPACT (iMPACT Zone, Florida)
26th June 2008 TNA iMPACT (iMPACT Zone, Florida)
3rd July 2008 TNA iMPACT (iMPACT Zone, Florida)
10th July 2008 TNA iMPACT (iMPACT Zone, Florida)
13th July 2008 Victory Road (Reliant Arena, Houston)
17th July 2008 TNA iMPACT (iMPACT Zone, Florida)
24th July 2008 TNA iMPACT (iMPACT Zone, Florida)
31st July 2008 TNA iMPACT (Forbes Arena, Atlanta)
7th August 2008 TNA iMPACT (iMPACT Zone, Florida)
10th August 2008 Hard Justice (Sovereign Bank Arena, New Jersey)
Side Notes* Some storylines will be dropped (Kong $25,000 challenge, Booker-Joe), some will continue. Beer Money have become a tag team already, Cute Kip is already part of Beautiful people. Sheik Abdul Bashir is already part of the roster and will debut soon as will Taylor Wilde. I know TNA went HD in October but hey who cares really?
Or is it?
Last edited by JayDeeSpur : 01-31-2009 at 07:38 AM.
02-01-2009, 11:47 AM
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: The Lane
Re: Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
Thanks for all the nice comments so far, I have a good feeling about this. So a preview for the first show will be up some time in the next couple of days ... meanwhile, news anyone?
Originally Posted by tnawrestling.com
SUPERSTARS RELEASED FROM CONTRACTS
Shark Boy, Curry Man and Traci Brooks have all parted way with the company; we would like to wish all three the best with their future endeavours.
Also today Karen Angle has parted way with TNA wrestling; we too wish her the best in the future.
Originally Posted by pwinsider.com
TNA RELEASE 3, UPDATE SET AND WEBSITE
It is true that TNA have parted ways with Shark Boy, better known as Dean Roll and Traci Brooks, also known as Tracy Brookshaw as part of a summer clean-out, so expect more to follow as well as new superstars signing on the dotted line too. But we here still are unable to believe that Curry Man, aka The Fallen Angel Christopher Daniels has been let go; many think this will be a way for Daniels to return after the character of Curry Man failed to impress over the year.
Along with this TNA also have revamped their set, now only using one stage, but still keeping to entrance ways from ‘faces’ and ‘heels’ to enter from. The set is part of TNA officially debuting in HD.
Big news on the TNA front as well is that the website has been revamped and made an easier to use. Also a new, interesting feature has been added. There will now be a 30-Mintue Show shown only online presenting the best of the rest, letting talent show why they should be on IMPACT, it will also be a place for small segments to play out as well as a round up of iMPACT. It will be put up on the website on Sunday afternoons, and will also act as PPV hype, much like the WWE did with Heat before a Paper Per View. It will be called ‘Cyber Collision’ from what we know.
Or is it?
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