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iMPACT PREVIEW
Live from ‘The Impact Zone’ in Miami, Florida
Thursday, 16th July 2009



Things took a new turn last week on iMPACT. Not only did Sting manage to get one over on Rhino and Mick Foley, but things began to get heated in the X-Division also. This week's iMPACT looks set to continue current feuds as we are only four days away from the pay-per-view of the summer, Victory Road!

Can Sting Be Stopped?
After two weeks of Sting becoming victim of a Gore by Rhino, last week Sting managed to utilise an opportunity to get his own back on both 'The War Machine' and Mick Foley. Disguised as a police guard, Sting slammed his signature baseball bat into Rhino's back and then dropped him with a perfect Scorpion Death Lock. Tonight we will see what is next in this ongoing saga as the TNA World Heavyweight Champion battles the powers of the iMPACT owner and his trusty protegee.

X Gon Give It To Ya
The X-Division has been heating up the past few weeks, mainly thanks to it's new arrivals and an ongoing feud for the X-Division title. Tonight, a huge eight man tag team match will go ahead, as we will see Pac, Matt Cross, Christopher Daniels and Amazing Red take on Alex Koslov, Prince Devitt and the sensitive team of Motor City Machine Guns Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley.

On The Road To Victory
At Victory Road, Kurt Angle and Booker T will team up to face Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed after a feud that has dominated the midcard scene these past few weeks. However, before they can even think about that, this week's iMPACT will see a pair of one-on-one matches as Jay Lethal will face Booker T and Consequences Creed will slug it out with Kurt Angle. Which team will get the one up going in to Victory Road?

A Worldwide Experience
With the World X Cup coming up after Victory Road, Mick Foley has thought up a great way of getting the TNAtion ready for the exciting tournament. This week's iMPACT will see Team Japan's Kaz Hayashi, Team International's Rocky Romero and Team Mexico's Laredo Kid go head to head in a three way dance. A taste of things to come will surely be on show in this high paced match.

All this and much, much more come Thursday night!

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Confirmed Matches

Eight-Man Tag Team | Pac, Matt Cross, Christopher Daniels & Amazing Red vs. Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin, Alex Koslov & Prince Devitt

One-on-One | Booker T vs. Jay Lethal

World X Cup Preview | Three Way Dance | Kaz Hayashi vs. Rocky Romero vs. Laredo Kid

One-on-One | Consequences Creed vs. Kurt Angle
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“No Stopping The Stinger”
TNA iMPACT RESULTS
Live from The iMPACT Zone in Miami, Florida
Thursday, 16th July 2009



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LAST WEEK…
A recap of last week is once more focused on the evolving feud concerning Mick Foley and Rhino’s hatred towards the TNA World Heavyweight Champion, Sting. The video shows how Sting came out, calling both Foley and Rhino out to the ring, but was met by Foley who taunted Sting with a restraining order whilst standing on the apron. Sting obviously laid a fist into Foley for payback, but Foley then announced that the attack was proof that the restraining order is needed, and then the video showed that Sting was carted away by police officials, before telling Jeremy Borash backstage that ‘it wasn’t over.’ The video then is consumed by the text ‘later that night’ which begins with Foley ordering around police guards in his office, before entering the ring with the guards and Rhino to announce that Rhino would compete in a gauntlet. Quick snippets are shown of the gauntlet match, with Rhino looking dominating and eventually winning after a Diving Gore to Jethro Holiday. However, the video then shows the moments after the match, where Sting, disguised as a police guard, rocks Rhino with a crowbar before then planting him with a Scorpion Death Drop. The final shot sees Sting staring daggers towards Foley as he pulls Rhino away and walks to the back with his arm over his shoulder.
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--TNA iMPACT OPENING VIDEO TO THE THEME OF ‘CROSS THE LINE’ BY ‘AD/AM’--

--HEAD TO RINGSIDE--

Eight Man Tag Team Match
Pac, Matt Cross, Christopher Daniels & Amazing Red vs. Alex Koslov, Prince Devitt, Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley


Recap: A series of hot tags and technical manoeuvres started this exciting eight man tag match, involving eight of the best that the X-Division has to offer. Koslov went toe-to-toe with Amazing Red but the experience factor on Red’s side allowed him to spring off the ropes and take Alex down numerously, especially with a nice rope walk arm drag. Koslov in fact was forced to tag in Sabin, who Red went up against, with a nice wheelbarrow snapmare takedown followed by a rear chinlock putting the Amazing one ahead of his opponent. Red then tagged in Pac who worked over Sabin even more, but his attempts at a standing monkey flip were thwarted by Sabin standing to his feet and thrust kicking Pac in the mid-section! Sabin then locked in a nice standing armbar and dragged Pac towards Shelley, but Alex seemed to not want to tag in, leaving Sabin victim of a rolling arm drag by Pac into a front facelock hold! Pac then tagged in Matt Cross who hit a body blow on Sabin before battling away, but things began to go wrong for Cross after he was dragged outside the ring by Koslov and Devitt. Sure, he managed to fend off the attack, but when he got back up on the apron, Alex Shelley out of nowhere blasted Cross with a superkick to the face, before demanding the tag in from Sabin! Shelley worked over Cross systematically on his own but looked incapable of tagging anyone else in to take part, and that was shown after he clinched in a rolling chinlock before flipping backwards to drill knees into the skull of Cross! Alex then pulled Cross towards his corner, but instead of tagging in Sabin he tagged in Devitt, who worked over Cross nicely. A surfboard hold looked set to squeeze the life out of Matt, but soon he began standing to his feet and fighting back, only for Devitt to cut Cross off with a running knee to the gut! Devitt then tagged in Koslov who pranced around in his usual comedic fashion, before levelling Cross with four consecutive elbow drops followed by a…Kosak Dance!? Koslov then lifted Cross off the ground and looked for a suplex, but Cross jumped behind, lifted Alex up and planted him with a hard fireman’s carry backbreaker! Cross then crawled for the cover, but somehow Koslov got the tag in first to Alex Shelley who immediately went to pulling Cross away from the corner. Sabin followed to help Shelley, but Shelley tried to blow Sabin off and yelled at him to get back to his corner, but this only allowed Cross to kick both opponents away and then tag in Christopher Daniels! Daniels immediately jumped to the top rope, awaited MCMG to stand…and then dived off with a cross body that took both Sabin and Shelley down to the canvas! Daniels elegantly rolled off and then met a charging Koslov with a hip toss, before hitting Devitt with a brutal running big boot to the face! Daniels looked on fire, as he then went all out on Shelley, hitting him with a scoop slam followed by a beautiful Arabian press! One…two…but no, Sabin pounced on which broke up the cover, but he was suddenly dropped by a spinning wheel kick courtesy of Amazing Red…and chaos was brought into the ring! The action then spilled to the outside as all that was left in the ring were Sabin, Shelley, Daniels and Pac, and Pac headed to the apron…before springboarding off the top rope with an AMAZING moonsault plancha that knocked all the other competitors in the match down to the arena floor! Meanwhile, the action returned to the ring where Daniels and Shelley battled it out, only for Shelley to get one up with a single knee facebreaker which was swiftly followed by the brain shattering Shellshock! Daniels was down! But suddenly, Sabin ran over from the corner and hooked the legs, despite being the illegal man! Shelley noticed this however and dragged his partner off of Daniels, which caused Sabin to stand up right and look into the face of an angry Shelley! The two traded words until Shelley began shoving Sabin hard, until Sabin flipped and shoved Shelley back angrily…right into a school boy roll up by Daniels! Sabin held his head in shame and then looked set to stop the cover, but Amazing Red managed to intercept from out of nowhere, dragging Sabin away as the pin counts were made!
Winners: Christopher Daniels, Pac, Matt Cross & Amazing Red @ 10:09

Aftermath: Daniels slides out of the ring happily celebrating with his team mates, as inside the ring, Sabin holds his head in his hands, annoyed at what just happened. Shelley meanwhile looks around, angrily, before resting his eyes on Sabin, where he jumps to his feet and stomps towards his team mate, if you can call him that. Sabin stands up and tries to explain and apologise, but Shelley responds with a cheap slap to the face! Sabin turns around, holding his cheek and nodding his head, until suddenly…he explodes with forearms to Shelley! Shelley fights back, though, and takes Sabin down, rocking him with lefts and rights until Sabin kicks him away…but Shelley is not done as he takes Sabin back down to the mat and the two trade punches yet again! Finally, Sabin manages to roll away but Shelley calls for a microphone, which is given to him by the referee.

“The Next” Alex Shelley: Another week, another screw up by you, Chris Sabin!? Well let me tell you…this one is gonna cost you! Because I’ve been speaking to Mick Foley, and we came up with a deal. At Victory Road, you’re match will still be a triple threat match, but it will have something added to it. A special guest referee. And who will that be? ME, I, ALEX SHELLEY!

The crowd seem perplexed by this as the camera looks at Sabin’s stunned face.

“The Next” Alex Shelley: Chris, you’ve screwed me over numerous times these past couple of weeks. Unintentional or not, I don’t care. Because at Victory Road, if you think I’m going to be putting my refereeing power on your side, then think again. I’m gonna call the match right down the middle, and best of all…I will GLADLY, that’s right, I will GLADLY count your shoulders down for the three counts!

Shelley then throws the mic down to the mat, and walks towards the ropes, where an upset looking Sabin looks on.

--TNA VICTORY ROAD 2009 HYPE VIDEO--

--COMMERCIAL BREAK--

--HEAD TO RINGSIDE--


The cameras head to the broadcast desk, where commentators Mike Tenay and Jim Cornette are standing by.

“Play-by-Play Commentator” Mike Tenay: Hello everybody and welcome back to tonight’s edition of iMPACT, and wow, what an opening contest we just witnessed to wet our appetite for the start of what promises to be one sensational show.

“Colour Commentator” Jim Cornette: That’s right, Mike, and what a bombshell Alex Shelley just dropped here on iMPACT, as at Victory Road, he will be the special guest referee in the three way X-Division title match!

“Play-by-Play Commentator” Mike Tenay: You know, in all my years here at TNA, even I didn’t see that coming! But before Victory Road, we’ve got an action packed line-up for you guys watching at home…and tonight, let’s start off with the big one- the TNA World Heavyweight Champion, Sting, will be here in this ring. And after what went down with Mick Foley and Rhino last week, we can honestly imagine that Foley will be looking to screw over the champ yet again.

“Colour Commentator” Jim Cornette: That’s certainly going to be one to watch, as is one amazing match we have lined up- after Victory Road, the TNA World X-Cup will take place, and tonight we’re going to see three people from Team Japan, Team Mexico and Team International face off. That’s right, right in this ring, as a taste of things to come, it will be Kaz Hayashi of Team Japan taking on Rocky Romero of Team International taking on Laredo Kid of Team Mexico.
“Play-by-Play Commentator” Mike Tenay: I’m so pumped for those matches, Cornette, but what also seems to be the excitement factor of tonight’s show is that we’re going to see a pair of singles matches take place which revolves around a pivotal feud in TNA. We’ve seen the past few weeks Kurt Angle and Booker T’s quest to ‘be the best’ and that has angered Lethal Consequences so much so, that they have challenged Angle and Booker to tag match at Victory Road. Tonight, however, as a little preview to that match, we will see Jay Lethal take on Booker T and Consequences Creed take on Kurt Angle in two separate one-on-one matches. And to hear how Lethal Consequences feel about this, let’s take it to the back where Jeremy Borash is standing by with both Lethal and Creed. Take it away, Borash.

--HEAD TO BACKSTAGE--

The view opens to the back where, standing by as promised, is Jeremy Borash, with Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed standing either side of the interviewer.

“Backstage Interviewer” Jeremy Borash: Thanks, Mike, and right now, I am standing by with the tag team of Lethal Consequences, Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed, and guys, I got one question for you that’s on my mind. Tonight, you’re going to be facing two seasoned veterans inside the six-sided ring in separate singles match ups…how have you prepared for the experience, the talent and the charisma that faces you tonight?

“Black Machismo” Jay Lethal: How have we prepared!? How have we prepared…umm…yeah…we don’t need to prepare! Well…umm…okay…technically we do, but…umm…Kurt Angle and Booker T are very experienced guys, yeah, as you put it seasoned veterans. Have they got the talent? Yeah. Have they got the experience? Uh-huh. Have they got the skill? Yeah baby! But have they got the nerve…have they got the nerve to do this…

Lethal then points his finger in the air and spins around, laughing to himself as Jeremy Borash looks perplexed. Consequences, after laughing for a while, then puts his mouth towards the microphone and begins to speak.

“The All-Round Athlete” Consequences Creed: No, but seriously, joking and messing around aside, Jay and myself know exactly how tough the competition is out there tonight. We know that Kurt Angle holds an Olympic gold medal, we know how Booker T is a former five time world heavyweight champion, and how can we forget it really as that’s all they seem to talk about over and over. But one thing they’re trying to do is cut a hole in our territory, our division. You see, and no offence intended Jay, Kurt beat my boy ‘Black Machismo’ three weeks ago, but then Kurt, I beat your boy Booker T two weeks ago whilst you were in Japan. So, as it goes, we are neck and neck, 1-1. Tonight, Lethal and I are out to up the stakes, because that’s exactly what we need to do come Victory Road.

“Black Machismo” Jay Lethal: And to quote you, Booker T yeah…now can you dig ‘dat…yeah…SUCKKAA!?

Lethal then laughs and walks away with Creed following close behind him.

--TNA WEBOGRAPHY FEATURING ‘BLACK MACHISMO’ JAY LETHAL--

--HEAD TO AN UNDISCLOSED LOCATION--


The cameras open up in a dark, eerie location, where a solitary spotlight shines and falls onto a wrestling ring. The scene seems to be in a disused warehouse, and there is a figure inside that ring. Suddenly, out of the shadows, comes Raven, the man whom at Victory Road will face Abyss in a Raven’s Rules match. The camera falls onto Raven and his serious looking face until he clears his throat to talk.

“The Leader of the Pack” Raven: One week ago, I made a shocking statement to testament the power I possess. During Abyss’ match against Dr. Stevie, a match I made with all the intentions and the pieces of the puzzle falling together, I conjured up a plan that would not only alert the world of TNA to how damn good I actually am, but a plan that would disconcert the global audience. And that involved knocking down my opponent at Victory Road, Abyss.

Raven then smirks as he remembers what occurred, before continuing on.

“The Leader of the Pack” Raven: You see, last week, Abyss proved how dumb and stupid he really is. Not only did he accept to a match he knew he was going to lose, he left his ‘beloved’ girlfriend backstage for Daffney and I to pounce upon. And then, he showed stupidity yet again when he went to her beck and call, only to get mowed down. And yes, surprise surprise, it was I who was in control of that car. I was the one who made Abyss lie flat out on the cold hard floor…and I loved every second of doing it.

Raven then bats his eyelids, before then continuing onwards.

“The Leader of the Pack” Raven: But you see, I’m not here to talk about Abyss. Oh no, instead, I’m here to talk about one thing, which goes by the name of two words- ‘Raven’s Rules.’ Y’see, ever since last week, I’ve had the same questions- what is Raven Rules? What type of match is it, what does it entail? Well take a look around…

The camera then zooms around the ring, falling on whatever Raven describes.

“The Leader of the Pack” Raven: Trash cans strapped to the steel posts, full of an assortment of weaponry from Singapore canes to detour signs. One section of the ropes wrapped in flesh breaking barbed wire. A steel meshed fence propped up on one of the apron sides, with hanging to it a range of brain battering objects from barbed wire baseball bats to a fire extinguisher and bull rope. Tables propped on the outside, ladders placed precariously against the guardrail. A board of barbed wire propped against one of the turnbuckles.

The camera then returns inside the ring where Raven looks set to finalise things.

“The Leader of the Pack” Raven: You see, this is Raven’s Rules. Only the most hardcore superstars can set into the ring, and come Sunday, two of the most brutal superstars to ever grace a TNA ring will step into the chaos surrounding this war zone. Abyss is out to hurt me, and I am out to hurt Abyss. Alongside Threat To Society, we will prevail in taking Abyss out once and for all. And believe you me, I won’t stop until his body is full of broken bones, his flesh is ripped…and his blood is SMEARED all over me. I’m looking forward to it, Abyss…are you?

Raven then stares manically into the camera before releasing an evil laugh, and then the camera fades away from him.

--HEAD TO BACKSTAGE--

We see Booker T and Sharmell heading down the corridors backstage, simply taking every step in their stride. Mike Tenay then appears over the broadcast, informing the crowd that Booker T versus Jay Lethal is next!

--COMMERCIAL BREAK--

--HEAD TO RINGSIDE--


One-on-One
Jay Lethal vs. Booker T


Recap: The ring bell chimed and the two squared up mid ring, only for Booker to cockily shove Lethal in the chest before firing away at him with fist shots, which kept him cornered! Lethal fell to a seated position against the ropes, but then hit back with a kick to the gut before jumping off the second buckle with a flying arm drag into a grounded armbar! Lethal turned this into a crucifix pin attempt which gained a two, and then he ducked out of a lariat attempt, leapfrogged over a charging Booker T but Booker decided to slide to the outside so that Sharmell could check up on him, before finally standing back up on the apron. But Lethal was adamant and he dropkicked Booker, which caused him to fall back down to the arena floor! Lethal then scouted Booker and went for a baseball slide…but Booker moved, causing Lethal to slide onto his feet on the outside…where Booker SMASHED him with a jumping thrust kick to the jaw! Lethal lay wounded on the floor as Booker taunted his opponent, before rolling him back into the canvas, where a pin attempt could only garner a two. But the damage had been dished out and Booker dished out a knee drop to the temple of a fallen Lethal, but only two again! Machismo was fighting it! Booker then piled on the pressure with a seated chinlock, but soon Lethal began standing to his feet and began back elbowing Booker square in the ribs. But as Lethal went to run off this assault, Booker quickly recovered to lariat Lethal in the back of the head, taking him down to the canvas! The experience was surely getting in Booker’s favour as he scoop slammed Lethal to the mat, before spending time flaunting to the crowd before following up with a neat vertical suplex which achieved a two count off the cover. Booker then argued with the ref, but as he did so he cockily leant his knee across Lethal’s throat, piling on the pressure! Booker then went back to work on Lethal with a few hard mounted punches, before then clinching in a camel clutch on his opponent! However, with the crowd’s willpower behind him, Lethal began standing up, taking Booker with him and then dishing out a snapmare takedown! Booker got right back up and went to grab a now charging Lethal in a hip toss, but Lethal managed to hit a knee to the sternum, before levelling Booker with a hip toss of his own, followed by a handspring…followed by a HIGH basement dropkick to the jaw of the seated Booker! Booker fell in pain as Lethal sprung to his feet and told Booker to bring it, before rocking the larger opponent with three shoot punches followed by a wind up standing lariat! Another lariat followed, then a handspring back elbow smash which knocked a running Booker down to the floor! Machismo covered…but no, kick out at two! Black Machismo then went to lift Booker off the floor but instead Booker dished out an eye rake, before swinging his leg wildly for a spinning crescent kick…but Machismo ducked underneath! Booker, being close to the ropes, then looked to back body drop Jay over the top rope, but Lethal kept his balance on the apron before blocking a punch and roundhouse kicking Booker in the cheek! Booker staggered away but this gave Lethal the opportunity to spring to the top rope…and then leap off with a missile dropkick to the chest! Lethal crawled towards a downed Booker as the crowd cheered profusely, and hooked the legs…one…two…but no, Booker kicked out just in the nick of time! Lethal then stood to his feet and awaited Booker to stand…Lethal Combination, maybe!? Lethal dished out the STO Backbreaker but as he stood Booker back up for the Inverted STO, somehow Booker battled back with two neat back elbows…and reversed the move into a DEVESTATING Book End! Both superstars fell to the floor, with Lethal rolling away in pain, before Booker slowly crawled for the cover! It HAD to be it…one…two…NO! Lethal somehow pumped a shoulder up at two! Booker looked beside himself as he then lifted Lethal off the floor and then suplexed him up, before placing him into a seated position on the top rope. Booker then scaled the ropes after Lethal and looked all set for a superplex, but somehow, Lethal began battling back with forearms to the abdomen. Still in the suplex position, Lethal then amazingly front suplexed Booker to the floor, causing him to fall stomach first on the canvas before rolling onto his back. Lethal then got his balance standing on the top rope, leapt off…and hit an AWESOME diving elbow drop to the chest! Cover…one…two…three…LETHAL GOT IT! Lethal just pinned Booker T!
Winner: Jay Lethal @ 8:13

Aftermath: Lethal gets to his knees and celebrates, looking pretty bewildered at how he managed to defeat Booker T! Suddenly, Kurt Angle comes running down from the back but Lethal manages to roll out of harms way before leaving the ring. Consequences Creed comes down from the back and lifts Lethal’s arm high in the air, before looking into the ring at an irate Kurt Angle. Angle talks trash to Consequences Creed and points at his wrist as if to say ‘you’re later!’. but Creed seems to revel in Lethal’s glory so much so, he struggles to care.

--HEAD TO MICK FOLEY’S OFFICE--

The cameras open up to the view of Mick Foley sitting at his desk, his head in his hands, perhaps deep in thought. Jeremy Borash is standing by, but is sitting on a cabinet of some sort, looking quite awkward as Mick looks irresponsive.

“Backstage Interviewer” Jeremy Borash: So…umm…did you see the last match?

Mick doesn’t respond however, and keeps his head down.

“Backstage Interviewer” Jeremy Borash: I thought it was quite entertaining…y’know…to tell you the truth, I had my money on Booker T, but after Lethal came on the comeback, I was like, yeah, this has gotta be Black Machismo’s for the taking…

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: Look, will you just shut up!? I have enough on my plate right now rather than listening to you go on about a match I don’t care about that much. ‘Cos you know what I do care about. Sting, I care about Sting. After he viciously assaulted Rhino last week, he hasn’t been seen since.

“Backstage Interviewer” Jeremy Borash: Oh really?

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: No, I made it all up…what do you think!?

But suddenly, the two are interrupted by the appearance of Rhino! ‘The War Machine’ stomps through the door and walks up to Foley’s desk, causing him to sit upright and look at his protégée.

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: Oh hey, man, what’s up?

“The War Machine” Rhino: What’s up? Are you kidding me, Mick!? Where’s Sting, hey? You promised me he’d be here right now, and I and anyone else has seen no sign of him. You saw what he did to me last week…I wanna rip his FRICKIN head off!

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: Look, Rhino, Sting’ll be here, but I got bad news. I’ve had TNA management on the phone and my plan for you to take on Sting tonight in a little sneak preview of Victory Road…it ain’t gonna happen.

“The War Machine” Rhino: What the fu-

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: No, no, but let me tell you what will happen. Right, Sting’ll be here later tonight, I promise you that, and trust me, he’ll be facing someone that, let me put it this way, will have no trouble wiping the smile off his face. And then when he’s done, he’ll leave Sting in the middle of the ring, so that you can enter and finish him off. How do you like the sound of that?

“The War Machine” Rhino: Fine by me. Who’s he facing?

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: Well, you see, there’s the secret…I’ll discuss it with you in private…

Rhino then moves forward as if to discuss this with Foley, but then they realise that Borash is still in the room, gawping. Foley turns to look at Borash.

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: I said in private…

But Borash stands still, nodding his head as if he’s half listening to the conversation. Rhino is becoming agitated.

“The War Machine” Rhino: So GET THE HELL OUT!

Borash then scarpers away quickly, as the camera leaves Rhino and Foley to talk tactics.

--TNA CROSS THE LINE VIDEO PACKAGE--

--COMMERCIAL BREAK--


--
HYPE VIDEO…
In continuation of the past two weeks, this hype video focuses on TNA’s newest signing. Similarly, the video starts in a dark atmosphere, before lights fall onto the superstar, revealed as Elijah Burke. Burke begins to talk, and he states “Life is a journey. Sometimes you arrive at your destination. Other times you don’t. But you see, I’m beginning a new life, and with that, comes a brand new journey. And that new journey is going to start in TNA. Because I need to prove who I am, what I can do. I need to flaunt my abilities, and I need to show the world of wrestling that I am serious about what I do, about who I am. I’m Elijah Burke, and when the dust settles off Victory Road and iMPACT begins all over again…you WILL remember my name!” Burke then smiles until the screen is blacked out, and writing appears stating ‘Elijah Burke debuts…after Victory Road!’
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--HEAD TO RINGSIDE--

‘A Taste of Things to Come’
Three Way Dance
Laredo Kid vs. Kaz Hayashi vs. Rocky Romero


Recap: A number of three way holds and takedowns between the competitors started off the match, with Laredo Kid managing to pull off a springboard headlock/ headscissors takedown to Hayashi and Romero which sent them rolling outside the ring! Laredo then hit an awe-inspiring corkscrew cross body plancha over the top rope, but this only hit Hayashi as Romero ducked out of the way! Romero then entered the ring and awaited Kaz and Laredo to stand, before decking them with a high-powered suicide dive! Romero then picked upon Laredo Kid and rolled him inside the ring, working over his back with a pendulum backbreaker before standing him up right and hitting a lovely STO backbreaker! The cover was on…but Kaz broke things up at two! Romero looked to capitalise with a jumping roundhouse kick to Hayashi, but Kaz ducked and then met his opponent with some stiff kicks to the thigh before pushing him into the corner to level Romero with fifteen consecutive high-powered backhand chops! Not surprisingly, Romero fell to a seated position off this, but this allowed Kaz to take a step back, a run up and then he CRUSHED Romero with a running double knee lift to the face! Rocky fell to the floor, hurt, but Hayashi quickly latched on the cover…one…two…but this time Laredo Kid broke things up! Laredo and Kaz then went at it, with Kaz going for a kick to the gut only for Laredo to counter it with a Dragon screw and then levelled Hayashi with a perfect jumping enziguiri! Kaz fell to his knees before falling face down on the canvas, as Laredo then went for a springboard moonsault! Hayashi however rolled out of the way causing Laredo to land only on his feet, before Hayashi then went all out seeking a running forearm! Laredo ducked however, and then Kaz got caught up in a rear waistlock courtesy of a now recuperated Rocky Romero! But Laredo saw the opening, and he bounced off the second rope before twisting around for a springboard sunset flip on Romero…and the takedown in turn DEVESTATED Kaz Hayashi with a release German suplex! But Laredo had the cover latched on…one…two…NO! Romero kicked out just in time! In fact, both Laredo and Romero got to their feet and began firing away at one another with hard forearms and back hand chops, until suddenly they both saw Hayashi springboard towards them! Both superstars had the same intention to duck underneath, but Hayashi landed on his feet anyway, which then gave Romero and Laredo the instinct for a double clothesline! But Kaz bridged out of the impact, and then gave Romero a hard thrust kick to the gut before wrapping Laredo in a standing sleeper hold! Romero however wanted to break this up, but as he ran forward, Hayashi ducked his head which in turn resulted in a back body drop to the Cuban native! As soon as that impact hit, Laredo managed to hit a sit out jawbreaker on Kaz which sent him wobbling back, before running forward…only for Kaz to lift the Mexican over his head towards Romero, with Laredo Kid then converting this into a NICE missile dropkick to the chest of Romero which sent him down to the canvas! Laredo then turned around only to be met by a stiff forearm to the cheek by Hayashi, who then looked all set for his patented WA4! But Laredo Kid used his knees to battle out before flipping out of the move, rebounding off of the ropes and then levelling Kaz with a step up hurracanrana! Kaz rolled towards the corner which gave Laredo the incentive to climb to the top…and then he DIVED off with an amazing 450 splash! But all he could meet was Kaz’s knees! The Mexican looked severely winded as he doubled over in pain, but this allowed an opening for Rocky Romero to come relatively out of nowhere with a Yakuza kick to the head which sent Laredo flailing to the outside! Romero then taunted the fallen opponent, but suddenly Hayashi came charging forwards! But Rocky had this scouted as he moved away, causing Kaz’s body to hit the corner hard, which then allowed Rocky to lock in a tight standing Dragon Sleeper! Romero’s face strained as he applied more pressure, but suddenly Kaz began walking forwards…and then he stepped up the turnbuckle and flipped backwards in athleticism! This in turn dropped Romero in an inverted facelock hold, which put Kaz in perfect position to hit…oh my god…HAYASHI CUTTER! Hit it! The force sent Romero’s legs shooting in the air but Kaz grasped onto them for the tight cover…one…two…three!
Winner: Kaz Hayashi @ 8:43

Aftermath: A worn out Hayashi stands to his feet, and instantly, the referee raises his hand as the crowd goes wild at the spectacle they just witnessed! On the outside, Laredo Kid is down and out, and so is Rocky Romero, who lies on the canvas bruised. However, as Kaz stands to his feet, one thing is certain- the upcoming World X Cup will be pure awesome!

--TNA VOLTAGE RECAP VIDEO--

--COMMERCIAL BREAK--

--HEAD TO RINGSIDE--


The cameras head to the broadcast desk where commentators Mike Tenay and Jim Cornette await their cue patiently.

“Play-by-Play Commentator” Mike Tenay: Hello and welcome back to iMPACT, and boy, what a night it’s been so far, isn’t that right Cornette?

“Colour Commentator” Jim Cornette: It’s too right, Tenay! A lot has happened, and the show is barely half way through broadcast!

“Play-by-Play Commentator” Mike Tenay: But you know, that’s lucky for us, as it means we still have a lot more to get through, and that includes our main event. Earlier we heard how Mick Foley has a mystery opponent lined up to face the TNA World Heavyweight Champion, Sting, in a non-title match up! And knowing the manipulative mind of Foley, it’s gonna be a tough challenge for the champ.

“Colour Commentator” Jim Cornette: That’s going to be great to see, but also tonight, we’re getting ready for Kurt Angle to face Consequences Creed in a few moments time. After Lethal defeated Booker earlier tonight, can Creed make it 3-1 going into Victory Road?

--HEAD TO BACKSTAGE--

Jeremy Borash is standing by with Kurt Angle in the interview booth backstage.

“Backstage Interviewer” Jeremy Borash: I’m standing by with Kurt Angle, and Kurt…earlier tonight, the TNation witnessed one of your opponents at Victory Road, Jay Lethal, defeat your tag team partner and best friend Booker T in sin-

“Olympic Gold Medalist” Kurt Angle: Look, okay, I know that already. I’m sure what you’re gonna ask me next is- what impact will this have on me come Victory Road? It will have no impact on me whatsoever. You know, as a wrestler, you enter the ring not knowing whether you’re going to win or lose. No…actually, with me I know in my mind I’m going to win, and…okay, where were we again…?

“Backstage Interviewer” Jeremy Borash: About Jay Lethal beating Booker earlier tonight…?

“Olympic Gold Medalist” Kurt Angle: Oh yeah, that’s it…but you see that doesn’t matter. Yeah, congratulations, Jay Lethal won the match…but it doesn’t mean he’s won the war. Pinning Booker tonight meant nothing, sure, it seemed to boost the popularity of this clown among the idiotic TNA fans, but that was it. I mean, what else did Jay Lethal prove? If anyone can find the answer to that, then step ahead.

“Backstage Interviewer” Jeremy Borash: But you see, it’s not Jay Lethal who you should be concerned about, as in a few moments time, you will be entering the ring to take on Consequences Creed in a one-on-one match up.

“Olympic Gold Medalist” Kurt Angle: What, and I should be concerned about Consequences Creed instead? Oh please JB, gimme a damn break! You know I called Jay Lethal, Black Machismo or whatever he calls himself, a clown…well take one look at Consequences Creed and he is exactly the same. He has the same persona, trying to act like someone he will never ever live up to.

The camera zooms closer to Kurt as he states the penultimate lines of the angle.

“Olympic Gold Medalist” Kurt Angle: And tonight, Consequences Creed, I’m going to impact that statement even further. You see, people like you I don’t respect, and people like you I judge as an easy target to boost my name up the TNA rankings. Tonight, in front of an audience ranging in the millions, I’m gonna prove that just like I am at Victory Road…when I BREAK your FREAKIN’ ankle!

Kurt then storms away, leaving the camera lingering on JB before it shuts off.

--KURT ANGLE CROSS THE LINE VIDEO PACKAGE--

--HEAD TO RINGSIDE--


One-on-One
Kurt Angle vs. Consequences Creed


Recap: At the beginning of the match, Creed had Angle well scouted, countering out of a collar-elbow tie up to take Kurt to the mat and then clinch in a toe hold, which was swiftly reversed by Angle into a takedown followed by a rear waistlock. This continued for a while until both men got to their feet and went back for a collar-elbow tie up, but the force by Angle was so powerful that both men fell through the middle ring rope to the outside! They slowly but surely got up, but it became evident that the rule of tie-ups was over as the two began clubbing one another with fist shot after fist shot, with Creed getting the better. Creed then climbed to the apron and awaited Angle to stand, but Kurt shot up quicker than expected and dished out a lariat to the leg of Consequences which caused him to trip and land face first on the enforced apron surface! Creed fell to the floor in pain as Angle pointed at his head to ensure the fans knew how smart he was, before he went back to work lifting Consequences up for a knee buster…but instead charging and blasting the knee off the steel pole! Creed fell to the floor in pain and held onto the knee in exaggerated fashion as the match headed off to a commercial break.

--COMMERCIAL BREAK--

Off the return off the break and Angle was in firm control, smashing the leg of Creed off the apron and then pulling him centre ring for a pin cover…but only the two count! Angle then locked in a tight Brazilian leg lock, which kept the pressure on to a pain induced Creed! But soon, Consequences got a hand on the bottom rope which forced Kurt to drag him back into the centre of the ring, but somehow Creed managed to fight out and hooked Kurt in a tight inside cradle! One…two…but no, Angle kicked out and the two stood to their feet…with Angle then DEMOLISHING Creed with a fallout lariat to the throat! Creed lay in a crumpled heap as Kurt taunted his opponent, before Angle then hit Creed with a standard knee buster! Kurt then set Creed up belly to back style before placing him in a seated position on the second turnbuckle, before dropping him down slightly so Creed’s leg lay across the rope in prone position for Kurt to stomp away on it! Kurt had to be pulled away by the referee, but he then got back to stalking Creed up…Angle Slam, maybe!? It sure looked like it…but Creed reversed out of it into a sunset flip pin attempt! But Angle rolled backwards…and then LOCKED in the Ankle Lock! Oh no, wait…Creed then twisted his legs and kicked Angle into the turnbuckle back first, but yet this didn’t phase Angle as he went charging towards a now standing Creed…only to be levelled with an STO Takedown! The referee began the ten count as both got to their feet, but by six, both stood and Angle immediately went for a fist shot…only for Consequences to block and level the opposition with four straight punches which sent Angle into the ropes! Creed then looked for an Irish whip but Angle reversed it into a whip of his own before bending down to catch Creed in a back body drop…only for Creed to elegantly roll off of Angle’s back, turn him around and BOOM, straight uppercut to Angle’s jaw! Angle fell down in pain as Creed covered…one…two…but no, that was not all she wrote! Creed looked exhausted as he then smashed Angle’s head into the corner and clambered up for the 10 Punch! Creed hit about six punches, before Angle then blocked one and headed behind Creed before wobbly setting him up for an Electric Chair! But Creed had it scouted as he reversed it into a victory roll pin attempt! One…two…th…almost, but Angle kicked out! The two rolled away, but Creed then went charging towards Angle…only to become victim of an overhead belly to belly suplex by the Olympic Gold Medalist, with Creed’s leg slightly catching the bottom rope as the move hit! Creed looked out as Kurt dragged him to the centre…one…two…but no, Creed kicked out just in the nick of time! Angle looked like he didn’t have a lot left, but soon he dug down deep and set Consequences up for a German suplex, but Creed spun out of the move before blasting Angle with a sharp inverted DDT! The desperation move caused Creed to roll away to the apron, where he waited for Angle to stand! When Angle did, Creed sprung to the top rope, but Angle cheatingly pushed the referee into the ring ropes which caused Creed to wobble and dangerously hit the canvas! Creed writhed in pain but Angle didn’t care, locking in an Ankle Lock with a body scissors! In no surprise, Creed tapped out after only a few seconds in the move.
Winner: Kurt Angle @ 9:08

Aftermath: Kurt Angle keeps the Ankle Lock hold on for a few more seconds after the ring bell chimes, until suddenly the arena goes dark as the lights go out! This prompts Kurt to release the hold as he then stands and walks towards the ropes, where he looks towards the entrance screen which is blacked out. Suddenly in bold white writing, the following symbols appear on the screen: 彼が来るの. Kurt looks confused at this greatly as he looks around, only for the lights to come back on and this to disappear from the entrance screen. A perplexed Angle is then left in the ring as the cameras head backstage.

--HEAD TO BACKSTAGE--

The cameras fall upon the TNA World Heavyweight Champion, Sting, who has just arrived in the building. Sting walks down the corridor before suddenly taking off his attire to reveal wrestling costume. It is then announced by Mike Tenay that Sting will be heading down to the ring, next.

--TNA WORLD X CUP HYPE VIDEO--

--COMMERCIAL BREAK--

--HEAD TO RINGSIDE--


We open back up from the commercial break with the theme music of Sting erupting out of the PA system. Sting walks down the entrance ramp to a large amount of cheers from the audience, even high fiving a few of them before calmly entering the ring. Sting stretches out using the ropes before awaiting one man to arrive…and that man is Mick Foley, which is signalled by the loud ‘BANG BANG’ entrance music. Foley arrives with Rhino, and the two are greeted by jeers and chants by the crowd. In Foley’s hand is a microphone, and whilst standing on the entrance stage and with the music dieing down, Foley begins to use it to good effect.

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: Sting…Stinger…Sting, my main man! So nice of you to join us, you know, it’s so welcoming to see you on this fine evening in Florida. How did the police cells work out for you last week, huh? Were they comfortable?

Foley then chuckles to himself, before the cameras head to the ring where Sting walks close to the ropes and glares towards Foley.

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: But you know what, all jokes and sarcasm aside, Sting I’m serious, it is nice to see you in this ring. And why is it so? Well, because let’s take our minds back to last week. Let’s think about all the rules you broke last week. I mean, firstly, breaking a restraining order, that’s a big no-no. Not only did you do that once, you did it twice. Then, secondly, and this one was wrong, you attacked two police guards. And then, if things couldn’t get any worse, you attack a man who is defenceless after his ‘gruelling’ match up. That’s right, you attack this man standing right here, Rhino. I mean, that’s technically GBH, Stinger! And you know, when rules get broken, you expect to get punished.

The crowd’s chants of ‘Stinger!’ begin to grow but this barely bothers Mick as he paces around a little before continuing on.

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: But you know what, Sting? Instead of I allowing Rhino to beat you to a pulp, I thought to myself, no wait, Rhino can do that come Victory Road. So instead, I thought to myself what could happen, and you see, you’re going to have a match up right here tonight. Now, I’m gonna be easy on you Stinger, because you’re title won’t be on the line. But then here’s the catch, and you know, with the TNA World X Cup coming up very soon, I thought to myself that the man I have chosen can show off exactly what he is capable of. And whilst he’s doing that, Rhino and I can sit on those luxurious ringside seats and do some research in time for Victory Road. So, let me announce your opponent. He stands at six foot four inches tall, two hundred and sixty-five pounds. He hails from {ENTER HERE} and come the iMPACT off Victory Road, he will be representing Team Interneational in the TNA World X Cup. Your opponent tonight, Sting, is none other than…

Foley takes a brief pause.

“iMPACT Owner” Mick Foley: RENE…MAGNIFIQUE!

Suddenly, a theme tune blasts out of the PA system and out comes Rene Magnifique, a former WWE worker when he was known as Rene Dupree. Rene looks more ripped than he did those days, and has obviously been working out since, looking heavier and much taller. He instantly walks over to Foley and Rhino and shakes hands with the pair of them, before Foley points rampantly at Sting who looks none-too-bothered about the man who has just stepped out from the tunnel. Rene then swaggers down the ramp, with Foley and Rhino following, before he enters the ring. Rhino and Foley take their seats ringside as Magnifique and Sting await the bell to ring out.

Main Event
Non-Title
One-on-One
Sting © vs. Rene Magnifique


Recap: Rene looked sure of himself as he walked into the match, but Sting proved why he holds TNA’s major league title by countering many of the technical holds the two ensued within. Soon things began to get ugly after Rene began with some closed fist shots, but Sting reversed it into some of his own before dropkicking Rene out of the ring, to show furthermore that ‘The Icon’ still has it. The battle then went outside the ring, with Sting using the barricades to good effect to plant Rene’s head off, before rolling the French-Canadian back into the ring. Rhino then caught Sting’s eye and Sting walked forwards to scare him away, but this distraction meant that when Sting went to enter the ring, Rene was alive and kicking and he chop blocked the leg of Sting which kept Magbifique on the offence. The Canadian went all out on the legs and knees of Sting, hitting some knee smashes before locking in a half Boston crab over the shoulder! Sting may have got to the ropes to break up the hold, but Rene wasn’t done, repeatedly elbow dropping the leg before wrenching a toe hold on. However, with the crowd support, Sting made it to the ropes again, before using his foot to kick Rene away, but he was in turn dropkicked in the knee when he stood up to his feet! Again, Rene piled on the pressure by trapping the one leg of Sting with his right foot and then stomping over the other with his left repeatedly! A stretch muffler almost caused Sting to tap, but soon he managed to release the leg and kicked Magnifique away again! But Rene once more got back up to his feet, but this time was so fired up he charged forwards, only to have Sting pull the top rope down causing Rene to fly outside of the ring! The faces of Foley and Rhino showed nervousness, until they willed Rene to get back to his feet, which he did so and climbed to the apron. A groggy Sting went to meet him with a fist shot, but Magnifique ducked underneath with a shoulder thrust, and then looked set to tie up a suplex! But Sting held off…and in turned suplexed Rene back into the ring! Magnifique held his back in pain as the two lay on the canvas for a substantial time, before Stinger got back up to his feet and called Rene to follow! Magnifique stood but was met with a barrage of forearms and knife edge chops, before being whipped into the ropes and becoming victim of a clothesline, then another…and then a whip into the ropes followed by a Stinger Splash! Rene groggily walked forwards, but Sting then met his opponent with a nice scoop powerslam, followed by a cover! One…two…but no, Rene kicked out! Foley and Rhino breathed a sigh of relief, but this may have been done too soon as Sting then looked set to drill his opponent with a Scorpion Death Drop! But Rene was quick to counter, twirling his body around and then drilling Sting into the corner and meeting him with some shoulder thrusts, before lifting him up to a seated position on the top rope! Rene smiled at Foley and Rhino before climbing up, but Sting began battling back with some rights and lefts! But this barely wobbled Rene who then eye raked Sting and hooked him up, with both now standing on the top turnbuckle…SUPERPLEX! Magnifique drilled Sting with that top rope move! Both seemed hurt on the floor, obviously Sting more than Rene, and this was shown by Magnifique soon crawling for the cover, looking adamant he had the victory! One…two…TH…NO! Sting popped a shoulder up and Rene looked lost for words! Magnifique then stalked Sting who lay hurt on the canvas, before pivoting behind him and hooking the arm for what looked like a Cobra Clutch! Rene began to get it locked in, but suddenly Sting used his body weight to kneel forward, which in turn flipped Rene back first onto the canvas! Sting had Rene in his sights as he then ran forward, but somehow, Rene managed to catch Sting on the rebound and planted him with a high-angle spinebuster! One…two…but no, the champion was not down and out! Rene then looked towards Rhino and Mick Foley who stuck their thumbs up avidly, which then caused Magnifique to stalk Sting, before kicking him in the mid-section and hoisting him up! Magnifique Bomb, maybe? It looked possible, but at the last second, Sting jumped out, grabbed Magnifique in a school boy…oh no, wait! The positioning was just right…for Sting to lock in a Scorpion Death Lock! The hold was applied and the crowd went crazy as Rene looked in pain on the floor! The French-Canadian crawled towards the ropes to break the hold, but Sting then pulled Rene forward and looked Foley and Rhino dead in the eyes as he squeezed on the pressure to Magnifique! Five seconds passed…and suddenly, the pain got too much for Magnifique, who was helpless but to tap out from the painful submission move, granting the TNA World Heavyweight Champion the non-title victory!
Winner: Sting @ 11:16

Aftermath: Even though the bell rings out numerous times, Sting keeps the hold locked in as his focus on Foley and Rhino stays put. Rhino continues to stare towards Sting for a while until suddenly, he has enough, kicking his chair over and then sliding into the ring! Sting sees this coming however and he releases the hold…and a HUGE brawl erupts centre ring! The two go at it blow for blow as the crowd scream wildly, with Rhino managing to take Sting down to the canvas and begins punching his lights out! But Sting shows no giving up as he kicks Rhino onto his back and flies onto him, trying to choke him out! Foley then calls for security, and soon around 10 security guards enter, breaking up the fight with five on Sting and the other five restraining Rhino. Rhino admits that he has to leave the ring until he suddenly pushes two of the security guards away and runs forward to Sting, but Sting releases his grasp and meets Rhino half way where the two begin exchanging fist shots to the face! But suddenly, the security are all over the two superstars again and they begin to pull Rhino out of the ring to separate the fight. The guards on Sting warn him not to continue the fight, but after nodding his head, Sting then takes three security guards to the floor with fist shots before climbing onto the apron…and flying off with a cross body! This takes Rhino and the security guards down but Sting climbs onto Rhino and dishes out six m0unted punches before he is pulled off by some of the standing security guards! The final shot sees Rhino crawling away from the carnage, with Sting being restrained and Mick Foley looking seriously annoyed as the show comes to a close!

--END OF SHOW--


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Winner gets a future shot at the X-Division Title
Fatal Four Way
Alex Koslov vs. Prince Devitt vs. Pac vs. Matt Cross

Tag Team
Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed) vs. Kurt Angle & Booker T w/ Sharmell

TNA X-Division Title Match
Three Way Dance
Christopher Daniels © vs. Amazing Red vs. Chris Sabin
Special Guest Referee: Alex Shelley

Raven's Rules
One-on-One
Raven w/ Daffney & Dr. Stevie vs. Abyss

TNA World Heavyweight Title Match
One-on-One
Rhino w/ Mick Foley vs. Sting ©
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Just my quick overall thoughts on Impact

I really enjoyed the show overall, I'm more a fan of Voltage but still I really enjoy reading Impact. It just seems like you do a good job at giving each brand it's own ideniity.

Anyways great X-Division tag match with the MCMG continue to implode but I feel like this is going to be a huge swerve and in the end Sabin is going to walk out of victory road with the title thanks to help from Shelly.

Raven promo just great, really captured Raven greatness on the mic

Lethal Vs Booker, great match, and a huge upset that legitamizes Jay Lethal.

Again more great X-Divison action, previewing the World Cup I love it

Angle Vs Creed- A great match and even things after the Lethal Vs Booker match earlier

Main Event- Really surprised to see you bring in Rene Dupree but again a great match that legimtazed Rene but Sting keeps his momentum going into the big match in a few weeks at VR.

Overall:8.5/10 really enjoyed it, again love voltage brand more, but I really enjoy impact everyshow
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VICTORY ROAD 2009 MATCH CARD
Live from the TNA iMPACT! Zone in Orlando, Florida
July 19th, 2009
5-Hour Pay-Per-View


Winner gets a future shot at the X-Division Title
Fatal Four Way
Alex Koslov vs. Prince Devitt vs. Pac vs. Matt Cross


Raven's Rules
One-on-One
Raven w/ Daffney & Dr. Stevie vs. Abyss


TNA Knockouts Title Match
One-on-One
Christy Hemme vs. Angelina Love ©


Tag Team
Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed) vs. Kurt Angle & Booker T w/ Sharmell


TNA World Tag Team Titles Match
Four Corner Elimination Tag Team
Beer Money © vs. LAX vs. The British Invasion vs. Team 3D


TNA X-Division Title Match
Three Way Dance
Christopher Daniels © vs. Amazing Red vs. Chris Sabin
Special Guest Referee: Alex Shelley


Falls Count Anywhere
Mark Jindrak vs. Matt Morgan


TNA Legends Title Match
One-on-One
AJ Styles © vs. Samoa Joe


Main Event
TNA World Heavyweight Title Match
One-on-One
Rhino w/ Mick Foley vs. Sting ©

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VICTORY ROAD 2009 MATCH CARD
Live from the TNA iMPACT! Zone in Orlando, Florida
July 19th, 2009
5-Hour Pay-Per-View


Winner gets a future shot at the X-Division Title
Fatal Four Way
Alex Koslov vs. Prince Devitt vs. Pac vs. Matt Cross


Raven's Rules
One-on-One
Raven w/ Daffney & Dr. Stevie vs. Abyss


TNA Knockouts Title Match
One-on-One
Christy Hemme vs. Angelina Love ©


Tag Team
Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed) vs. Kurt Angle & Booker T w/ Sharmell


TNA World Tag Team Titles Match
Four Corner Elimination Tag Team
Beer Money © vs. LAX vs. The British Invasion vs. Team 3D


TNA X-Division Title Match
Three Way Dance
Christopher Daniels © vs. Amazing Red vs. Chris Sabin
Special Guest Referee: Alex Shelley


Falls Count Anywhere
Mark Jindrak vs. Matt Morgan


TNA Legends Title Match
One-on-One
AJ Styles © vs. Samoa Joe


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TNA World Heavyweight Title Match
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Winner gets a future shot at the X-Division Title
Fatal Four Way
Alex Koslov vs. Prince Devitt vs. Pac vs. Matt Cross


Raven's Rules
One-on-One
Raven w/ Daffney & Dr. Stevie vs. Abyss


TNA Knockouts Title Match
One-on-One
Christy Hemme vs. Angelina Love ©


Tag Team
Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed) vs. Kurt Angle & Booker T w/ Sharmell


TNA World Tag Team Titles Match
Four Corner Elimination Tag Team
Beer Money © vs. LAX vs. The British Invasion vs. Team 3D


TNA X-Division Title Match
Three Way Dance
Christopher Daniels © vs. Amazing Red vs. Chris Sabin
Special Guest Referee: Alex Shelley


Falls Count Anywhere
Mark Jindrak vs. Matt Morgan


TNA Legends Title Match
One-on-One
AJ Styles © vs. Samoa Joe


Main Event
TNA World Heavyweight Title Match
One-on-One
Rhino w/ Mick Foley vs. Sting ©
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