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Thanks for the feedback, crooked_reflection. More is welcome, of course. Anyway, here is the preview for the upcoming live Thursday Night Impact...



TNA Thursday Night Impact Preview
The Impact Zone, Orlando, Florida
June 10, 2010


This Thursday, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling comes to you with a LIVE edition of Thursday Night Impact, just three days before the eight-year celebration of TNA, Slammiversary VIII, on Spike at 9/8CT!

This Sunday, the TNA World Heavyweight Championship will be on the line in the annual King of the Mountain Match as AJ Styles defends the title against Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, Mr. Anderson and Samoa Joe. This Thursday, we will get a preview of the match as Angle and Hardy face Anderson and Joe in tag team action with Styles as the Special Guest Referee! Which duo will gain some much-needed momentum going into Slammiversary?

We will hear from 'The Icon' Sting on his last-ever appearance on Thursday Night Impact! Three days before his last-ever match against the TNA Global Champion 'The Pope' D'Angelo Dinero, what will Sting have to say to the TNA fans? Plus, we will also hear from 'The Blueprint' Matt Morgan who is apparently going to call out his former tag team partner, now-rival Hernandez!

The TNA World Tag Team Champions The Motor City Machine Guns will make their final preparations for their title defense against Generation Me on Sunday as they face The British Invasion in non-title action! Speaking of tag teams, one half of the rapidly-imploding Beer Money, Robert Roode, will square off against Stevie Richards with Roode facing his partner James Storm at Slammiversary!

Three days before his title defense against Shane Helms, the TNA X Division Champion 'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels will square off against Helm's good friend, Shannon Moore! Will Daniels send a message to Helms before their pay per view encounter?

Also, Tara faces Angelina Love with regaining the TNA Knockouts Championship from Daffney at Slammiversary on Tara's mind! See all of this and more this Thursday on Spike at 9/8CT!

Confirmed For Impact:
Jeff Hardy & Kurt Angle vs. Mr. Anderson & Samoa Joe with AJ Styles as Special Guest Referee
We hear from 'The Blueprint' Matt Morgan and 'The Icon' Sting
The Motor City Machine Guns vs. The British Invasion
Robert Roode vs. Stevie Richards
Christopher Daniels vs. Shannon Moore
Angelina Love vs. Tara
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Would it be inappropriate for me to say that since I've been really busy I haven't had time to catch up on your last show and that I'll begin reading fully starting with this upcoming one? Haha, well, it would be incorrect to say that I didn't at least look over your latest show. I got to say, I'm impressed. It's not my style, but it's good to move out from the norm. I'm not usually a big fan of BTB's that read like novels, but you have a lot of the characters down pat.

I was really happy with Generation Me going over Team 3D. Not only should 3D be putting wrestlers over at this stage of the game, but they do it extremely well. You made GM look really good.

Nice ending to the show. That dastardly Bischoff. Oh, and a really nice main event with Angle/Joe. Surprised Joe tapped cleanly, though.

Can't wait for the next Impact. Great build to Slammy.
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TNA Thursday Night Impact
The Impact Zone, Orlando, Florida
June 10, 2010


Impact begins with the camera set in the parking lot and an ‘Earlier Today’ logo in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. We see Jeff Hardy and Kurt Angle walking through the lot together with the sun still shining, and then see Mr. Anderson and Samoa Joe entering the Impact Zone separately with Mike Tenay immediately speculating that it seems like Angle and Hardy are on the same page unlike Anderson and Joe, going into tonight’s tag team main event. Then, AJ Styles is seen getting out of his Car, with his bag over his shoulder and a black-and-white referee’s shirt in his hand with his role as referee in the big match.

Then, the opening credits play and “Change Me” blares out as the camera cuts into the Impact Zone and the pyro goes off. The camera then pans the audience in the building before cutting to Mike Tenay and Mick Foley at the announce table in front of the left-hand side of the stage. Tenay and Foley welcome us to tonight’s LIVE broadcast and run through the card, mainly focusing on the tag team match pitting Jeff Hardy and Kurt Angle against Mr. Anderson and Samoa Joe in tag team action with the TNA World Heavyweight Champion AJ Styles as the special guest referee, three days before Styles defends the title against those four men in the King of the Mountain Match at Slammiversary.

“Invasion” hits to heat from the crowd and Brutus Magnus and Doug Williams walk out, looking different from the last time we saw them at Sacrifice. Magnus now has a noticeable beard and is wearing blue trunks with the British Invasion logo on the back of them, while Williams has his hair combed over making himself look very presentable. Both make their way down to the ring and Magnus takes a microphone, standing with Williams in the middle of the squared circle.

Brutus Magnus: Well, well, well. It sounds like it’s a big night tonight for TNA, live on Impact, and you can’t have a big night without big stars like myself and my partner.

Williams nods his head in approval, as the crowd boo.

Brutus Magnus: Speaking of myself... I’ve been doing some thinking over the last few weeks, not to mention the fact that I’ve grown this pretty nifty beard... yeah, you love it, don’t you babe? (Points to female in front row) And I’ve come to a conclusion; I hate my first name. I mean, Brutus? It’s not classy, it’s not stylish, two things which I certainly am. A lot of famous people have one name, for example Madonna... Seal... Beyoncé. So from this moment onwards... all of you boys and girls can call me by one name... Magnus.

Magnus passes the microphone over to Williams.

Doug Williams: As for yours truly... I have some news too. I am proud of my name, and my heritage, but like my counterpart Magnus here... I deserve a better name than simply Doug. It just sounds so gritty and dirty, I am a man of many things, but the biggest of all is that I am a man of royalty. So I hereby announce myself... as Douglas Williams.

Magnus takes the microphone back.

Magnus: As you can tell, the winds of change are blowing for The British Invasion but it doesn’t stop with name changes, or changes in appearance, no chance. Because y’see, we’re about to face the TNA World Tag Team Champions, The Motor City Machine Guns, who are defending their titles on pay per view this Sunday against two long-haired, pre-pubescent little boys in the form of Generation Me who are probably listening to whatever is making their heart race right now.

Douglas Williams: Which is humiliating to people like us, who are being pushed back in the line by those little buggers Matt and Jerry or whatever their names are.

Magnus: So Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin, enjoy your victory at Slammiversary against Generation Me, and yes, me and Douglas are predicting you to win. However... that is where your favour with us ends. Because after this Sunday, ‘Machine Guns, you’re going to have to face a much bigger challenge which quite simply, you cannot win... us.

Then, “Motorcity” blares out to a big pop from the crowd and the TNA World Tag Team Champions The Motor City Machine Guns walk out, Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin both holding microphones.

Alex Shelley: Before anything else, Brutus and Doug, I just wanna thank you guys from the bottom of my heart for finally shutting up because seriously, I cannot take another drop of your English accents.

Cheers from the crowd.

Chris Sabin: Seriously, have you guys heard how you sound?

Douglas Williams: We sound, and look, a lot better than you two little yanks, I can tell you that, sunshine.

Heat from the crowd, who chant ‘USA!’

Alex Shelley: You can think that as much as you want, but we have something you two don’t have, and that is these TNA World Tag Team Championships. So if Generation Me won’t be able to beat us at Slammiversary... then you two don’t have a chance in hell because I haven’t seen you guys do anything worth noting this year. But enough of the talking, because The Motor City Machine Guns are instead gonna do what they do best, and that’s wrestle.

Chris Sabin: So we’re gonna drop these microphones, and we can start the match, right about... now!

Sabin and Shelley drop their microphones and run down the ramp, entering the ring and immediately battling The British Invasion as the bell rings for the match to get underway!

Match One
The British Invasion vs. The Motor City Machine Guns
Tag Team Match

As soon as The Motor City Machine Guns enter the ring they fight The British Invasion, trading right hands, and when Chris Sabin Clotheslines Magnus over the top rope and out of the ring, taking himself out as well in the process, Alex Shelley and Douglas Williams are left in the ring. Shelley and Williams officially start off the match but they continue to exchange blows until Williams kicks Alex in the mid-section and runs off the ropes, going for a boot to the head but Shelley catches Douglas’ foot and then floors him with a leg sweep. Alex makes a very optimistic cover: One! Williams unsurprisingly kicks out. Both competitors get back to their feet with ease and Shelley takes Williams’ arm, wrenching it around. He runs towards the ropes and springboards off of them, rolling across the mat and taking Douglas down with an Arm Drag. Williams gets back up a few seconds later and is taken down by another Arm Drag. When he gets to his feet once more Alex hits him with a Forearm to the face which sends the Englishman backpedalling into the corner of the ring.

Shelley hits Williams with some knife-edge Chops to the chest which are met with ‘Wooooo’s from the crowd in the Impact Zone. Alex then climbs onto the second rope and hits Douglas with ten punches to the head with the fans counting along before jumping up and connecting with a Hurricanrana on Williams! Shelley frantically crawls across the mat and covers Douglas again, One! Two! On the count of two, Williams manages to kick out. Alex then gets back to his feet and gets Williams up, taking him towards the corner of the ring where his partner Chris Sabin is standing and tagging Sabin into the match. Chris jumps over the ropes into the ring and Irish whips Williams into the ropes, taking him down with a drop toe hold. Shelley runs off the opposite ropes and gets Douglas in an Inverted STF and Sabin gets back up, running off the ropes and hitting Williams with a Running Dropkick to the face! Magnus protests to the referee Andrew Thomas, saying he should get Shelley out of the ring and at that moment Alex does leave the ring as Sabin covers Williams, One! Two! Magnus enters the ring and breaks up the count.

An angry Sabin gets to his feet and chases Magnus out of the ring before going back towards Williams. As the referee lectures Magnus, Chris gets his opponent back to his feet but Douglas rakes Sabin in the eyes with Thomas not seeing it! The crowd boo Williams’ tactics and chant ‘You suck!’ as he kicks Chris in the mid-section, gets him in a front facelock and plants him on the mat with a Suplex. Douglas sits Sabin up and gets him in a Sleeper Hold, wrapping his right arm around his opponent’s throat. Sabin tries to escape the hold and claps his hands together repeatedly, getting the TNA fans going as they do the same. It appears to spur him on, as Chris fights back with some elbows to Williams’ mid-section and he then manages to escape the hold as they both get to their feet. Sabin hits Douglas with some right hands before running off the ropes, but his momentum is stopped by a Powerslam from Williams! The cover is made by the Englishman, One! Two! Sabin gets the shoulder up. Williams gets him back up and holds him by his hair as he holds out his hand and Magnus tags himself in. He enters the ring and gets down on one knee as Williams lifts Sabin up and drops him on his back with a Scoop Slam onto Magnus’ knee.

The conclusion of this match comes when Alex Shelley and Douglas Williams are the legal men in the ring and Williams Irish whips Shelley into the corner where Chris Sabin is standing. Douglas runs towards him but Alex moves out of the way as Williams crashes into the turnbuckles and Sabin and Shelley then sandwich Williams, both hitting him with kicks to the head in the corner! Shelley tags Sabin into the match and Chris holds Douglas by his neck as Alex climbs to the top rope. They are about to go for the Stone and Bones, but Magnus runs across the ring apron and blatantly pushes Shelley off the top rope down to the canvas out of Williams’ way! Having been warned multiple times in the match about his conduct, the referee Andrew Thomas then calls for the bell, ending this match in a disqualification!

The Motor City Machine Guns def. The British Invasion via DQ at 7:15

The crowd boo as the bell is rung and Williams breaks out of Sabin’s grasps, then low-blowing him! Sabin sinks to his knees as Magnus enters the ring and hits Sabin with a knee to the back of the head and Williams goes after Shelley, stomping away at him. Magnus then joins his partner in the assault of Shelley until Max and Jeremy Buck of Generation Me come out and run down the ramp, sliding into the ring as The British Invasion quickly make a run for it! The crowd cheer Max and Jeremy who lean over the ropes and dare Magnus and Williams to come back but they are not interested as they walk up the ramp. Generation Me help Sabin and Shelley to their feet and they shake hands before raising each other’s hands in the air, showing each other respect before their match this Sunday for the TNA World Tag Team Championships at Slammiversary. Tenay and Foley talk about the respect between the tandems and say they should have one hell of a match in three days.

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A video package plays and we see the pyro display at the first TNA show on June 19, 2002.

Narrator: For eight years...

Shot of AJ Styles posing in the early days of the company.

Narrator: One company, has defied the odds and continued to grow stronger in professional wrestling.

Shot of Jeff Jarrett being lifted up by numerous wrestlers as he holds the NWA World Heavyweight Championship.

Narrator: One company, has brought the best in the world under one roof.

Shots of Kurt Angle headbutting Samoa Joe in his TNA debut, Jeff Hardy sitting on top of the Steel Asylum and Rob Van Dam showing up at the February 15 Impact.

Narrator: And it still lives strong today.

Hulk Hogan posing as his pyro goes off.

Narrator: That company’s name... is Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.

The five previous Slammiversary logos are all shown on the screen, before this year’s logo appears.

Narrator: On June 13 2010, TNA Wrestling celebrates eight years of success...

Samoa Joe hitting Rob Van Dam with the Muscle Buster.

Narrator: ... eight years of greatness...

Christopher Daniels posing for the crowd.

Narrator: ... and eight years of history.

The Motor City Machine Guns holding the TNA World Tag Team Championships.

Narrator: It is the one of a kind event...

Shots of D’Angelo Dinero hitting the DDE, Abyss hitting the Black Hole Slam, Matt Morgan posing, Hernandez hitting the Border Toss, Kurt Angle sitting on top of a ladder with the TNA World Heavyweight Championship, Mr. Anderson reaching up for his microphone, Rob Van Dam hitting the Five-Star Frog Splash and AJ Styles hitting the Styles Clash as the theatrical music in the background quickens before suddenly stopping.

Narrator: ... Slammiversary!

TNA SLAMMIVERSARY VIII – JUNE 13 – ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA

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*COMMERCIAL BREAK*


Back from the break, “Girlfriend” hits and Angelina Love walks out, posing for the crowd before walking down the ramp and entering the ring, climbing to the second rope and posing again. Then, “Broken” blares out and Tara walks through the curtain, quickly storming down the ramp and stepping into the ring with an eagerness to compete.

Match Two
Angelina Love vs. Tara
Singles Match

The bell rings and Angelina Love and Tara approach the middle of the ring, shaking hands as a sign of respect before locking up. In the opening stages of the match Love is in control, surprising to some considering Tara is the one who could possibly become TNA Knockouts Champion in three days’ time at Slammiversary. However, as the contest progresses Tara’s resilience to Angelina’s offence pays off and after a Powerslam she dominates her opponent. In the end Tara lifts Love up and nails her with the always-devastating Widow’s Peak, subsequently making the cover and picking up the victory to gain some valuable momentum going into her title match against Daffney on Sunday.

Tara def. Angelina Love at 3:31

Tara has her hand raised by the referee to cheers from the crowd and she walks around the ring motioning around her waist that she will become the TNA Knockouts Champion this Sunday at Slammiversary. She helps Angelina Love to her feet and raises her hand in the air before Love leaves the ring and Tara continues to celebrate. However, when Angelina reaches the stage, she is smacked over the back of the head... by Daffney and her TNA Knockouts Championship belt! The crowd boo as Daffney stands over Love with a distasteful grin on her face and when Tara turns around in the ring she sees her on the stage, immediately leaving the ring and running up the ramp chasing after Daffney! The crowd cheer as Daffney frantically looks around before disappearing behind the curtain, followed moments later by Tara as we go to a...

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*


The camera then cuts backstage where Daffney is now running down a corridor, looking over her shoulder almost once every two seconds in fear that Tara is close behind, and she is. She hides behind a corner as Tara continues running forward, and Daffney finds a Steel Chair, jumping out and going to hit her with it but before she can even lift the Chair up Tara punches the Chair, hiting Daffney in the process! The TNA Knockouts Champion falls to the floor and Tara shakes off the pain her fist as she looks down at Daffney, then smirking and walking away.

Elsewhere, Christy Hemme is standing backstage with Mr. Anderson.

Christy Hemme: Ladies and gentlemen, I’m standing with one of the five competitors in the King of the Mountain Match for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship this Sunday at Slammiversary and one of the four competitors in tonight’s tag team main event; Mr. Anderson. You will be teaming with Samoa Joe tonight to face Jeff Hardy and Kurt Angle with the Champion AJ Styles as the Special Guest Referee, what are-

Before Christy can continue, Anderson snatches the microphone out of her unsuspecting hand.

Mr. Anderson: Yeah, yeah, we know what you’re gonna say, Crusty. ‘Oh hey Mr. Anderson, what are you thinking? You thinking about your breakfast this morning?’ Well I’m gonna do the honours of saving your breath, ‘cause I’m gonna tell you and everybody else exactly what I’m thinking. I’m thinking of eight letters; V - I - C - T - O - R - Y. What does it spell?

Anderson puts the mic in front of Hemme’s mouth.

Christy Hemme: Victory, and that’s eight-

Mr. Anderson: Ding ding! Winner, winner, chicken dinner! That’s exactly what I’m gonna be tonight! Not Jeffro Nero Hardy, not Kurt ‘Broken Freakin’ Neck’ or even my own partner tonight, the Samoan Fast Food Machine, Samoa Joe... it’s just gonna be like it is this Sunday at Slammiversary, me, with my hand raised high in the air. And then... I’ll open up my hand... reach for the skies... take my microphone... sit on top of that ladder and proclaim the winner of the match... MIIIIISSSTEEEERRR ANNDDDEERRRSSSOONNN!

Anderson gives the microphone back to Christy, before walking away.

Christy Hemme: (Opens mouth to speak) ...

Mr. Anderson: ANNDDDEERRRSSSOONNN!!

Anderson then walks out of the picture for good, and the camera cuts elsewhere. Sting is walking down the steps from the rafters, and Tenay says he is coming to the ring before going to a...

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*


Back from the commercial break, “Slay Me” plays to a big pop and Sting walks out, wearing a black T-shirt and black trenchcoat over his ring gear. He gives the crowd a big ‘Wooooo!’ before walking down the ramp, high-fiving some fans and subsequently stepping into the ring. Sting receives a microphone from SoCal Val, before standing in the middle of the ring and waiting for his ovation from the crowd to cool down a little.

Sting: WOOOOOOOO!!

‘WOOOOOOOO!!’

Sting: Thank you... thank you all so much. Hearing that ovation makes a part of me wanna stay here in TNA forever...

Cheers from the crowd.

Sting: ... but I’m not going to go back on my promise. This Sunday, at Slammiversary in Anaheim, California... I am retiring from professional wrestling.

Mixed reaction.

Sting: I know a lot of you want me to stay, but it’s time that I settled down with my wife and kids and I let the young talent in TNA take centre stage.

Cheers, and a ‘TNA!’ chant begins.

Sting: That’s right, those three letters sum up what professional wrestling should be. Guys like The Motor City Machine Guns, Desmond Wolfe, James Storm, Jay Lethal, Matt Morgan, Robert Roode and the guy I’m facing in my last match, The Pope...

Big pop at the mention of Dinero.

Sting: Those guys are the future of TNA and this business, and they deserve your full support more than I do, for what they do in that ring everytime they step into it. But now, I wanna thank each and every one of you in the Impact Zone tonight, everybody watching at home and everybody who has supported me over the past two decades, for making the man, let alone the wrestler, that I am today.

Cheap pop for Sting.

Sting: This company means a hell of a lot to me, it gave me a home and it made me feel better than ever before in my wrestling career, and I will never forget the time I had here. So before my last match this Sunday, I just want to give you all one big thank you.

‘Thank you, Sting!’ chants begin to surface.

Sting: And before I leave the ring... my last match is this Sunday at Slammiversary against The Pope. I hope you’re looking forward to Sunday as much as I am because win, lose or draw, whatever’s going to happen, I have just one thing to say... IT’S SHOWTIME!

Big pop from the crowd, but then “Menacing” hits to heat from the crowd and Desmond Wolfe walks out hand-in-hand with his valet Chelsea.

Desmond Wolfe: I’m sorry to make a splash, pun intended, on your speech, Stinger... but I was searching for fossils and it led me to you.

Heat from the crowd.

Desmond Wolfe: Seeing as you’ve had a few words to say to these people, I have a few for you too if you don’t mind.

Sting looks confused by Wolfe.

Desmond Wolfe: First and foremost... I just want to say how delighted I am that you’re finally getting out of here!

More heat.

Desmond Wolfe: I’ve had to be kept down on the same level, mentioned in the same breath, as that stoned spot monkey Rob Van Dam instead of being right at the top of TNA where I should be, but I’m not there and I blame you for it, Sting! Nobody else, you!

Sting: Are you serious? I haven’t had a World Title match in eight months, Desmond, and looking at you the only person you have to blame for your problems is yourself. RVD’s one of the best wrestlers I’ve seen step into a ring and no matter what you think when his career is over he’ll be looked at as one of the best there’s ever been.

Cheers from the crowd.

Desmond Wolfe: Well if he is, which would be a blummin’ joke, then it’ll be pretty soon because this Sunday at Slammiversary, your career won’t be the only one coming to an end, Sting... because I’m gonna end RVD’s too.

Major heat for Wolfe.

Desmond Wolfe: I’m going to decimate him, pummel him, annihilate him, dominate him, do everything I need to until that poor tosser can’t get up for ten seconds. But even with that, Stinger, your retirement is going to be a lot more humiliating because you’re just walking away from it all just like that... never to be seen again.

More heat, as Wolfe gets in Sting’s face.

Desmond Wolfe: You’ve done it enough by hiding behind stupid, childish facepaint your whole bloody career, and now you’re retiring with your tail between your legs like the weak... pathetic... defenseless soul that you are. Y’see, TNA doesn’t need people like you, it needs to come to appreciate people like me and after I take out one of Hogan and Bischoff’s favourite sons, RVD, on Sunday... it will. And I know you’re officially retiring on Sunday, but... I think it’s best that I say my goodbyes right now.

After saying that, Wolfe slaps Sting across the face with his free hand! There are a lot of ‘Ohhhh’s in the crowd and Sting slowly feels his struck jaw... before beginning to unload on Wolfe with right hands! The fans go wild as ‘The Icon’ pummels Wolfe with blows, forcing the Englishman to the ground, and Sting then takes his legs, calling to the crowd for the Scorpion Death Lock... but Wolfe htis Sting with a low-blow! Sting crouches down in pain before falling back to the mat and Wolfe removes his jacket, throwing it to the canvas and subsequently stomping away at Sting, but moments later ‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero and Rob Van Dam come out and run down the ramp, both entering the ring and going for Wolfe! They both hit him with right hands before Irish whipping him into the ropes, but before rebounding off them Desmond slides under the ropes and out of the ring! The crowd heavily boo Wolfe who backs up the ramp with his tail in between his legs and Chelsea in tow, but when they reach the ramp “White Train” plays and Eric Bischoff walks out to a mixed reaction, holding a microphone.

Eric Bischoff: Well, well, well... looks like we have quite the situation here, don’t we? We’ve got The Pope, RVD and Sting in the ring... and we’ve got Desmond Wolfe here. I think I know how to resolve this, gentlemen, and it involves a match, tonight, live on Impact!

Cheers from the crowd.

Eric Bischoff: But who should I put in this match? I’m in sole charge of the show, Hogan isn’t here, I can put whoever I want in the match.

Mixed reaction for that statement involving Hogan.

Eric Bischoff: Alright, how about this... tonight, on Impact... it’s gonna be Desmond Wolfe...

Heat from the crowd.

Eric Bischoff: ... facing ‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero!

The fans react strongly in favour to this announcement as “White Train” plays again and Bischoff leaves, Wolfe and Chelsea still on the stage both looking disgusted by what they just heard. Dinero, Van Dam and Sting stand tall in the ring, the camera particularly focused on Dinero who has a long-distance staredown with his opponent later tonight.

The camera then cuts backstage, where the TNA X Division Champion ‘The Fallen Angel’ Christopher Daniels is walking down a corridor on his way to the ring with his title over his shoulder, wearing a long black jacket with the hood covering his face. Daniels is said to be in action next, before we go to a commercial break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*


As we return to Impact, “Tatooed Attitude” hits to a lukewarm pop from the crowd and Shannon Moore walks out, accompanied by the #1 contender to the TNA X Division Championship, his good friend Shane Helms. Wearing a long black leather jacket with spikes coming out of the shoulders and the Book of Dilligaf hanging on a chain around his neck, Moore jogs down the ramp, high-fiving some fans with Helms before sliding under the ropes into the ring, followed by Helms. Then, “Wings Of A Fallen Angel” plays and Christopher Daniels walks out, his hood on his jacket covering his face. Daniels saunters down the ramp, climbing onto the ring apron and flicking his hood back, revealing his face as he grins and enters the ring. He removes his jacket and unstraps his title from around his waist, standing opposite a focused Moore.

Match Three
Christopher Daniels vs. Shannon Moore
Singles Match

The bell rings for this contest to get underway and Christopher Daniels and Shannon Moore circle each other around the ring for a few moments. Daniels tries to catch Moore off guard with an attempt at a Clothesline but Shannon ducks it and moves behind him, wrapping his arms around Daniels’ waist. He pushes him forward into the ropes and rolls backwards, trying to take the TNA X Division Champion with him, but Daniels holds onto the ropes and Moore rolls back before getting back to his feet. As soon as he does, Daniels charges towards him and kicks Shannon in the mid-section, hitting him with some right hands before Irish whipping Moore into the ropes. He comes back off the ropes and jumps over Daniels who lies on the mat, rebounding off the ropes again. Daniels gets back to his feet and leapfrogs Shannon who runs off the ropes once again, but this time Daniels knocks him off his feet with a Dropkick right in the face! ‘The Fallen Angel’ springs back to his feet and poses with a grin on his face, getting cheers from the smarks but heat from the other fans.

Daniels then drops to his knees and hooks Moore’s legs, making the first cover attempt of the match: One! Shannon quickly kicks out. Daniels gets back to his feet and gets Moore up, taking him down with a Snapmare. He hits Shannon with several forearms to the back of the head before getting to his feet and running off the ropes, hitting Moore with a stiff kick to the back! Moore writhes in pain as Daniels gets him to his feet and Irish whips him into the corner of the ring. He takes a moment to look at Shane Helms outside the ring, pointing to Moore and saying to Helms ‘That’s gonna be you on Sunday, Shane!’ before running towards Moore but Shannon hits Daniels with a boot to the face and follows it up by driving the X Division Champion’s face into the mat with a Bulldog! Moore turns Daniels over onto his back and covers him, One! Two! Daniels gets the shoulder up on two. Shannon quickly gets ‘The Fallen Angel’ back to his feet and Irish whips him into the ropes. Daniels comes back off the ropes and Moore hits him with a Spinning Heel Kick before making the cover again: One! Two! Kick out from Daniels.

This contest comes to an end when Christopher Daniels is in control of the match and Shannon Moore is down on the mat. Daniels gets Moore to his feet and puts his head in between his legs, hooking his arms. Daniels is about to go for the Angel’s Wings by the look of it, but Shannon counters it with a Back Body Drop! There is still hope for Moore in this match as he sinks to his knees and Shane Helms cheers him on from ringside, as do the fans. Moments later, Shannon gets to his feet and waits for Daniels to get back up. When ‘The Fallen Angel’ is back on his feet, Moore runs off the ropes and charges towards his opponent, but out of no where Daniels hits Moore with a Reverse STO and then locks him in a Koji Clutch, with Moore tapping out in a matter of seconds!

Christopher Daniels def. Shannon Moore at 5:49

Daniels lets go of the hold and gets to his feet, as the referee Andrew Thomas tries to raise his hand but ‘The Fallen Angel’ pulls away from him, then taking his TNA X Division Championship belt from SoCal Val. Daniels walks towards the corner and climbs to the second rope, holding up his title whilst looking down at Helms with a look of disdain on his face days before they face each other for the gold at Slammiversary in Anaheim, California.

Backstage, Eric Bischoff and James Storm are stood in Bischoff’s office, talking to each other.

Eric Bischoff: Look, James, Roode’s got a match next against Stevie Richards and there’s a good chance that Raven’s gonna be with Stevie, so to make sure nothing gets out of hand and Bobby actually makes it to Slammiversary on Sunday, as your boss I’m asking you to be in his corner tonight.

James Storm: Be in his corner? What if I don’t wanna be in his corner?

Bischoff thinks about Storm’s question for a few moments before answering.

Eric Bischoff: Do you wanna face him on Sunday or not, James? Because if you’re not in Roode’s corner... then your match at Slammiversary won’t happen.

James Storm: Alright, Eric... you’re the boss.

Storm smirks before walking away, as Bischoff nods his head in approval.

Eric Bischoff: Damn right I am.

Then, Eric’s phone rings and he picks it up, holding it to his ear.

Eric Bischoff: Hello? Oh, Hulk! How you doing, man? You out of the hospital? Aww, great news! Yeah, everything’s great here... you’re coming back next week? You sure? I mean, you’re fresh off of surgery, Hulk. Alright, if you really wanna. I’ll see you next Thursday then! Bye.

Bischoff puts down the phone and his smile quickly goes away, turning into a scowl as he sits back in his chair, folding his arms and crossing his legs.

Eric Bischoff: (Speaking to himself) Looks like the fun's over for me.

The segment ends with Bischoff continuing to moan, as we go to a break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*


Back from the break, “Riot” hits and Stevie Richards walks out, accompanied by Raven. The duo make their way down the ramp to a lukewarm reception from the crowd and enter the ring, Richards climbing to the second rope in the corner and posing for the crowd before climbing back down as Raven exits the ring. Then, “Take A Fall” plays to a mixed reaction and Robert Roode walks through the curtain, making his way down the ramp and pausing to raise his hands in the air as his pyro goes off. Roode then steps into the ring and when he does, his tag team partner James Storm walks out, his face covered by his cowboy hat and wearing shades as he slowly strolls down the ramp and stands outside the ring, obeying Eric Bischoff’s orders and being in Roode’s corner.

Match Four
Robert Roode vs. Stevie Richards
Singles Match

Robert Roode is distracted by his tag team partner James Storm’s presence outside the ring and he turns around to look at Storm. He says to him ‘What the hell are you doing here?’ but before he can hear Storm’s response, Stevie Richards ambushes Roode from behind! The bell rings for the match to officially get underway and Richards is already well into his beatdown on his opponent, viciously stomping away at Roode with no remorse. Stevie eventually gets Roode to his feet and sets him up in the corner, rapidly hitting Roode with repeated kicks to the mid-section. Roode sinks down to a seated position and Richards doesn’t let up on his attack, pressing his boot against Roode’s throat until the referee’s four count. Stevie then gets Roode to his feet and hits him with some forearms before running off the ropes, going for a Clothesline but Roode ducks it. When Richards turns around, Roode kicks him in the mid-section and plants Stevie on the mat with a DDT! Roode then takes a breather after surviving Richard’s onslaught of offence before getting to his feet and jumping into the air, hitting Stevie with a Knee Drop to the sternum.

After that, Robert Roode is in control for the rest of the match with Stevie Richards not getting much offence in. The end of the match comes when Roode gets Richards to his feet and runs off the ropes, but Raven intervenes by grabbing Roode’s feet. He manages to escape from Raven’s grasps but the referee Slick Johnson is distracted by it and tells Raven to stay out of the match. Meanwhile, Roode runs at Richards and goes for a Clothesline but Stevie ducks it just as James Storm climbs onto the ring apron. Storm tries to spit beer in Roode’s eyes but Roode manages to duck out of the way of it and Storm spits the beer at Richards instead! Roode then kicks Stevie in the mid-section, and connects with the Pay-Off! With the referee’s full attention back on the match, Roode makes the cover with Storm most likely inadvertently giving his partner the victory: One! Two! Three!

Robert Roode def. Stevie Richards at 5:03

Roode’s music plays and he gets to his feet, having his hand raised by the referee. An angry Storm jumps off the ring apron as Roode climbs to the second rope in the corner and poses, but when he climbs down he is attacked from behind by Raven! The crowd boo as Roode falls to the mat and Raven ruthlessly stomps away at him, joined by Stevie Richards once he gets to his feet. Meanwhile, an emotionless Storm stands outside the ring with his hands in his pockets and watches on as his tag team partner is outnumbered and he doesn’t do anything about it. The beatdown concludes with Raven hitting Roode with the Raven Effect and he and Richards then leave the ring, passing Storm on their way up the ramp. Tenay and Foley talk about the situation between Roode and Storm, berating ‘The Tennessee Cowboy’ for not helping his tag team partner.

The camera then cuts backstage where Matt Morgan is walking down a corridor in a blue T-shirt and jeans, and Tenay informs us he is on his way to the ring, before going to a break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*


Back from the break, “Sleeping Giant” hits to heat from the crowd and Matt Morgan walks out, with a big grin on his face. Morgan stops and raises his hands in the air as his pyro goes off before sauntering down the ramp, climbing onto the ring apron and stepping over the top rope into the ring. ‘The Blueprint’ demands a microphone, and gets one from a nervous SoCal Val, then walking around the ring in a circle thinking of what to say.

Matt Morgan: It’s OK, you don’t have to worry about Generation Me or The Motor City Machine Guns... because everybody’s favourite TNA star has entered the building!

Morgan nods his head grinning, as the crowd boo.

Matt Morgan: And for anybody who doesn’t know who I’m talking about, I’m talking about... myself. Not only that, but I’m the best too, and I proved it last week.

By losing?

Matt Morgan: I picked Jethro freakin’ Holliday as my partner, and still I didn’t lose! Good ol’ Jethro did, but not Matt Morgan, no way! Matt Morgan doesn’t lose, period!

Heat from the crowd.

Matt Morgan: I am an uncrowned Champion, everybody here knows it. But I’m not the Champion because of one man that I hold responsible for the position I’m in. And that man... is the guy I’m ashamed to call my former tag team partner, Hernandez.

Pop from the crowd for Hernandez.

Matt Morgan: I’ve said it before and I’ll damn sure say it again because nobody can stop me, Hernandez is nothing but a leech. Three months on from when I kicked the head off of his sorry ass, he is still feeding off from my success, trying to make himself feel good by following one of the greats of this business around. Hernandez, you are a bitter son-of-a-bitch! You lost your chance to be in the King of the Mountain Match, fair and square, and then you take out your frustrations on me!

The fans cheer.

Matt Morgan: Shut up! All of you shut up right now, that man doesn’t deserve a damn bit of support, even from people as low as him like you!

The cheers turn to boos for Morgan.

Matt Morgan: So Hernandez, I want you to put your tacos down, get up and bring your ass out to this ring because for once, I want you in the same ring as me! Come on!

Moments later, “Te Gusta O No!” plays to cheers and Hernandez walks out, wearing a black tank top over his ring gear. He makes his way down the ramp, high-fiving some fans on the front row before stepping into the ring and taking a microphone.

Matt Morgan: Hernandez... it’s gotta’ end. I know it, but you don’t, so I’m gonna have to beat it into you. I didn’t want it to come to this... actually, who am I kidding? I love beating your ass up, of course I did! Anyway, Hernandez, what I’m trying to say is... I want you in a match, one-on-one, this Sunday at Slammiversary.

Cheers from the crowd.

Matt Morgan: Whaddya’ say?

Hernandez: First off, Matt, I wasn’t eating tacos. As a matter of fact, I was thinking about how sweet it would be to face you at Slammiversary and beat the crap out of you but it looks like you beat me to the challenge, so my answer is yes!

Big pop.

Hernandez: Y’know, I’m already pretty excited about Sunday, I’m sure you are too, so much that... hell, I can’t wait until Sunday.

With that said, Hernandez drops the microphone and runs at Morgan, flooring him with a Thesz Press! The crowd go wild as ‘Super Mex’ unloads on Morgan with repeated blows to the face, not stopping until several security guards come down the ramp and entering the ring, getting boos as they separate the two from each other! Hernandez and Morgan desperately try to break free with the crowd chanting ‘Let them fight!’ but it doesn’t seem to work, until Hernandez escapes from the guards and runs across the ring, jumping through the air and hitting Morgan and the other security guards with a Big Splash! Most of the guards fall down and Hernandez continues the attack with Morgan fighting back, until the guards recover and restrain Hernandez from Morgan, to more heat from the crowd. He doesn’t manage to escape again, but the animosity between Hernandez and Morgan is higher than ever going into Slammiversary...

The camera then cuts backstage where we see a split-screen of the TNA Global Champion ‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero and Desmond Wolfe both preparing for their match which is coming up next, before going to another commercial break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*


Back on Impact, “Menacing” blares out and Desmond Wolfe walks out accompanied by his valet Chelsea. Wearing shades and a grey jacket, Wolfe gives the crowd, giving him a lot of heat, his two-fingered gesture before sauntering down the ramp with Chelsea and entering the ring, posing for the crowd again before removing his entrance attire. Then, “Catholifunk” hits to a big pop from the crowd and the TNA Global Champion ‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero walks out, wearing a black bandana, shades and jacket with his title strapped around his waist. Dinero walks down the ramp and pauses to outstretch his arms as money falls from the ceiling before entering the ring and removing his attire, unstrapping his title from around his waist and giving it to SoCal Val.

Match Five
D’Angelo Dinero vs. Desmond Wolfe
Singles Match

The bell rings for the match to get underway and D’Angelo Dinero and Desmond Wolfe approach the middle of the ring, having a nose-to-nose staredown. They then prepare to lock up, but before they can link arms Wolfe slaps Dinero across the face! The crowd react with ‘Ohhhhh’s and heat as Dinero places his hand against his jaw, feeling that slap, before slapping Wolfe back! Immediately after, Dinero kicks Wolfe in the mid-section and hits him with some elbows to the head before Irish whipping him into the ropes and then taking Wolfe down with a Clothesline! The crowd go wild and Dinero runs around the ring, getting fired up and waiting for his opponent to get back up. Wolfe gets back up and ‘The Pope’ Irish whips him into the corner of the ring, then running towards him but gets hit with an elbow to the head from Desmond. Dinero staggers backwards and Wolfe then runs towards him but the TNA Global Champion manages to lift the Englishman up and plant him on the mat with a Scoop Slam. Dinero then runs off the ropes and hits Wolfe with a Fist Drop before covering him, One! Kick out from Wolfe.

Dinero gets up and gets Wolfe back to his feet, wrenching his arm around. Dinero tries to bend Wolfe’s wrist back as far as possible but is stopped in his tracks by a stomp to the foot from Desmond, an unorthodox but effective way to escape the hold. Wolfe then pulls ‘The Pope’ into a standing headlock and keeps him in it until Dinero pushes him away into the ropes. Desmond comes back and goes for a wild right hand but Dinero ducks it, runs off the ropes and hits Wolfe with a Flying Forearm Smash! Dinero springs right back up and eagerly waits for Wolfe to get to his feet. Desmond gets back to his feet and Dinero grabs him by the head, hitting him with three elbow strikes before performing some theatrics and knocking Wolfe off his feet with a fourth and final elbow! Dinero then makes the cover, hooking the legs: One! Two! Wolfe kicks out. Dinero gets back to his feet and Wolfe rolls closer towards the ropes as the TNA Global Champion claps his hands together and gets the crowd going. Dinero casually walks towards Wolfe, but is caught off guard when Desmond grabs him by the tights and throws him through the ropes and out of the ring.

Dinero manages to land on his feet, but isn’t on them for long when Wolfe gets back up and runs off the ropes, charging across the ring and hitting Dinero with a Baseball Slide! Dinero goes forward into the steel guard rail and Wolfe rolls out of the ring, grabbing ‘The Pope’ by his hair and slamming him face-first into the ring apron multiple times before getting behind him and driving Dinero forwards into the steel ring-post! Dinero falls to the floor and Wolfe re-enters the ring with the referee Earl Hebner on the count of four. It looks like Wolfe is going to try to go for the win via count-out, and on six Dinero still isn’t up. However, on eight Dinero gets back to his feet and in typical hero fashion Dinero re-enters the ring just before the count of ten! The fans cheer but Wolfe doesn’t share that feeling, viciously stomping away at Dinero before getting him to his feet and quickly getting him in a hammerlock, transitioning it into a DDT! A scowling Wolfe gets back up and draws heat from the crowd with his trademark double-fingered gesture before covering Dinero, One! Two! Dinero gets the shoulder up!

After that, D’Angelo Dinero begins to make a gradual recovery in the match and as we rejoin the action Dinero is back in control over Desmond Wolfe. Dinero runs across the ring from one corner to the other and handstands on the top rope, about to go for the Outer Limitz Elbow... but Wolfe pulls the referee Earl Hebner down with him by his shirt and moves out of the way, as Dinero hits Hebner with the elbow instead! Only when Dinero is about to make the cover does he realize that he hit the referee instead and a look of disbelief comes across his face. Meanwhile, Wolfe is on his feet waiting for Dinero to turn around and when he does Desmond tilts back in between the topes, then going for the Jawbreaker Lariat, but Dinero ducks it and then hits Wolfe with a Russian Leg Sweep! Dinero and Wolfe lie next to each other in the middle of the ring for several moments until Dinero gets back to his feet. As he does, the lights dim in the Impact Zone and a spotlight shines down on the middle of the ring... as a black baseball bat is reeled down from the ceiling!

The crowd cheer, knowing that this obviously has something to do with Dinero’s opponent Sting at Slammiversary, and the lights then return to normality. Dinero looks at the bat with a perplexed look on his face, not knowing whether to take it or not, but before he can do anything, Wolfe strikes him with a low blow! The crowd boo as Dinero falls to the mat and Wolfe gets to his feet, looking at the bat with a grin on his face before taking it. Wolfe eagerly waits for Dinero to get back to his feet, and when he does, Wolfe hits Dinero in the mid-section with the bat before striking him in the skull with it! Dinero falls to the mat and Wolfe sinks to his knees, grabbing the referee Earl Hebner from nearby and shaking him around, reawakening him, before making the cover as Hebner slowly counts: One!... Two!... Three! Wolfe steals the victory!

Desmond Wolfe def. D’Angelo Dinero at 8:52

The crowd boo heavily in disapproval as a grinning Wolfe slowly gets to his feet and leans back against the ropes, looking at the camera and giving it his two-fingered gesture. Chelsea looks on with a smirk on her face as Desmond raises his hand in the air before leaving the ring and walking up the ramp, albeit at a slow pace, with his valet. As they reach the ramp, Wolfe gives the fans his ‘salute’ once more, but when he turns around Rob Van Dam walks through the curtain and throws a Steel Chair directly at Wolfe! The Englishman falls to the floor and Chelsea looks on in horror as Van Dam stands over Wolfe and picks up the Chair, scaring Chelsea away by threatening her with it. RVD then smiles as he sees Chelsea run away in horror behind the curtain, before looking down at his Slammiversary opponent and raising the Chair in the air to a huge pop from the crowd, subsequently leaving.

The camera cuts backstage, where Samoa Joe is standing in a dark corridor with his white towel over his shoulders.

Samoa Joe: Yeah, I heard what Mr. Anderson said earlier. He thinks he’s gonna beat Angle and Hardy by himself but he better make the most of being on my side because on Sunday, in the King of the Mountain Match... I’m playing for one team; my own. I’m gonna win the King of the Mountain just like I did two years ago, and I’ll be walking out of Slammiversary as the TNA World Heavyweight Champion.

Joe then turns on his heel and walks away, as the camera cuts elsewhere and Jeff Hardy and Kurt Angle are walking together on their way to the ring. Then we see Mr. Anderson making the journey backstage, before finally cutting to the TNA World Heavyweight Champion AJ Styles walking along, dressed in a referee shirt and jeans. The main event is next... after the break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*


Back from the final commercial break of the night, the camera is in the parking lot as a white stretch limo pulls up. Jeremy Borash is on the scene.

Jeremy Borash: Ladies and gentlemen, a white limousine has just arrived in the parking lot, I don’t know who’s in there but I’m about to find out.

Borash runs towards the limo as the chauffeur gets out and opens the back door. One foot steps out the vehicle, and it’s revealed to be... RIC FLAIR! The crowd give a strong mixed reaction to Flair, who we haven’t seen since Lockdown, and Borash looks shocked.

Jeremy Borash: Ric- Ric Flair? We haven’t seen you in two months since Lockdown, what are you doing here?

Ric Flair: It’s simple; I got here just in time... to see my man in action. Haha, wooooooooo!

Flair then struts out of the shot, and Tenay and Foley speculate who Ric was referring to when he said ‘my man’, presumably speaking about one of the competitors involved in the tag team main event.

The camera then cuts elsewhere where ‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero is walking down a dark corridor, holding his head in pain. Dinero stops by a large staircase and looks up it, seeing the rafters of the Impact Zone up there before a disgusted look comes across his face.

D’Angelo Dinero: Sting! Pope knows you’re up there! What the hell was that out there?! You cost me the damn match! Pope’s got half a mind to come up there and-

Dinero seems to feel somebody’s presence, and he turns around to see Sting standing there!

Sting: Half a mind to what, Pope? Huh? You wanna do something, take your best shot!

The TNA Global Champion remains silent, looking at the ground.

Sting: Do you wanna know why I chose you to be my last-ever opponent on Sunday? Because I can see that you have the same love and respect for this business as I do. You care about the fans, the people who make this industry tick, and you care about giving it your absolute best, AND THAT’S WHAT I WANT ON SUNDAY!

D’Angelo Dinero: Yeah, you’re gonna get it.

Sting: Our match is meant to be about respect, and honour, and passing the torch from one legend to another future legend. You wanna make it personal?! Step right up, Pope. Because either way, I’m gonna give the fans one last great performance from the Stinger at Slammiversary. You better give ‘em one, too.

Sting then turns his back and walks away, as Dinero watches him leave and thinks about his words before we cut away.

Back in the Impact Zone, we are at the announce table with Mike Tenay and Mick Foley. They run through the card for Slammiversary, which is as follows; The Motor City Machine Guns defending the TNA World Tag Team Championships against Generation Me, Daffney defending the TNA Knockouts Championship against Tara with Tara’s pet Spider Poison also on the line, tag team partners James Storm and Robert Roode facing each other, former tag team partners Hernandez and Matt Morgan squaring off, Christopher Daniels defending the TNA X Division Championship against Shane Helms, Desmond Wolfe versus Rob Van Dam in a Last Man Standing Match, D’Angelo Dinero facing Sting in Sting’s last match and AJ Styles defending the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, Mr. Anderson and Samoa Joe in the King of the Mountain Match.

Then, “Get Ready To Fly” hits to cheers from the crowd and the TNA World Heavyweight Champion ‘The Phenomenal’ AJ Styles walks out, posing in his referee shirt as his pyro goes off. Styles makes his way down the ramp, high-fiving some fans before entering the ring. “Feedback” blares out and the lights go out in the Impact Zone, until a spotlight shines down on the stage and Mr. Anderson is standing there, aggressively chewing some gum. Anderson then reaches into the air and takes his microphone which comes down from the ceiling as his music stops.

Mr. Anderson: Ladies and gentlemen... from Green Bay, Wisconsin... all hail the King, MIIISSSTTTEEEERRRR ANNNDDDDEEERRRRSSSOONNN... ANNNDDDDEEERRRRSSSOONNN!!

Anderson’s music plays again and he lets go of his microphone, jogging down the ramp and removing his ‘Pro Wrestling is real, people are fake’ T-shirt before stepping into the ring. Then, “Nation Of Violence” plays to a mixed reaction and Samoa Joe walks out, making a slit-throat gesture and raising his hand in the air as his pyro goes off. Joe then walks down the ramp, entering the ring and posing for the crowd again before climbing out onto the ring apron behind a nervous-looking Anderson. “Modest” sounds off to a big pop and the lights go off in the Impact Zone as green smoke veils the stage and Jeff Hardy walks out. Hardy performs some theatrics on the stage before jogging down the ramp, high-fiving some fans and sliding under the ropes into the ring before climbing to the second rope and posing for the crowd. Then, last but not least, “Gold Metal” hits and moments later Kurt Angle ascends up to the ramp from his elevator, getting an overwhelming ovation. Angle throws his hands into the air as his pyro goes off before walking down the ramp, entering the ring and removing his blue T-shirt and dog tags as he stands next to Hardy.

Match Six
Jeff Hardy & Kurt Angle vs. Mr. Anderson & Samoa Joe
Tag Team Match (AJ Styles Is Special Guest Referee)

Both duos discuss tactics and what not in opposite corners of the ring until Jeff Hardy and Samoa Joe both climb out onto the ring apron and it looks like Kurt Angle and Mr. Anderson are going to start off this match. Anderson and Angle approach the middle of the ring and after a few moments they lock up. Both competitors try to overpower each other, but when it looks like Angle is going to win that war, Anderson quickly breaks out of it and backs into the corner of the ring. The crowd boo Anderson who turns to the fans and yells ‘Shut your damn mouths!’ before approaching Angle once again and preparing to lock up. However, instead of locking up Anderson kicks Kurt in the mid-section and then proceeds to mock him, laughing at Angle before hitting him with some right hands. Anderson then looks to go for a more powerful blow but Kurt catches his hand before it can hit him and then turns the tables on Anderson, unloading on him with shots. Angle Irish whips Anderson into the ropes and prepares for him to come back off them but Anderson instead rolls under the ropes and out of the ring, regrouping much to the chagrin of the fans who boo him.

With the crowd chanting ‘You suck!’ at him, Anderson cautiously re-enters the ring and he and Angle approach each other, looking like they’re going to lock up again. However, Anderson has other ideas and quickly moves behind Kurt, wrapping his arms around his waist but Angle quickly reverses the positions and moves behind Anderson. Ken immediately hits Kurt with a back elbow to the head and wrenches his arm around, before Irish whipping Angle into the corner of the ring. Anderson quickly runs towards him but Kurt hits the loudmouth with a forearm to the head. Angle then comes out of the corner and hits Anderson with a European Uppercut before Irish whipping him into the ropes and taking Anderson down with a Dropkick to the legs. Anderson lands on his stomach and Angle seemingly tries to finish the match early, grabbing Anderson’s ankle and looking to apply the Ankle Lock... but Anderson quickly escapes from Kurt’s grasps and frantically crawls into the corner of the ring. The crowd boo Anderson for getting out of that predicament and Samoa Joe, standing behind him, tags himself into the match. Joe slowly enters the ring and walks towards the middle of the ring, having a heated staredown with Angle.

The crowd cheer, chanting both ‘Let’s go, Angle!’ and ‘Let’s go, Joe!’ and after both competitors look into the crowd they begin to trade right hands! The Impact Zone is filled with cheers as the great rivals Angle and Joe go at it, and as Joe gains the upper hand in the exchange he runs off the ropes and charges towards Kurt, but Angle floors him with a Double-Leg Takedown and climbs on top of Joe, continuing to hit him with blows! The Special Guest Referee AJ Styles gets in between Angle and Joe, breaking up the fracas, and as both get to their feet Kurt confronts AJ, saying ‘Stay the hell out of...’ but before he can finish his sentence Joe attacks Angle from behind, knocking him down to the mat. Joe relentlessly stomps away at Kurt before getting him to his feet, Irish whipping him into the corner of the ring. ‘The Samoan Submission Machine’ walks towards Angle and hits him with some right hands before taking a few steps back and running forwards, hitting Angle with a Running Forearm Smash to the head! Joe turns his back to Kurt, before jumping up and spinning around in mid-air, hitting Angle with the CCS Enzuigiri!

Angle falls forward down to the mat and Joe turns him over, hooking his legs and making the cover as Styles counts: One! Two! Jeff Hardy enters the ring and breaks up the count. Hardy quickly retreats to the ring apron but it doesn’t go un-noticed as AJ walks towards him and tells him to stay on the ring apron but meanwhile Joe digs his fingers into Angle’s eyes, stopping when Styles’ attention is back on the match. Joe gets back to his feet and gets Angle up, getting behind him and hitting him with a German Suplex. Joe isn’t done, as he holds on and gets Kurt back up before following up with a Dragon Suplex. Joe gets Angle back up one more time, hitting an X-Plex and completing the Chimera-Plex! Joe then makes the cover, One! Two! Angle gets the shoulder up! Joe looks at Styles and holds up three fingers, saying ‘That should have been three!’ but AJ shakes his head and says nothing. Joe gets back up and gets Angle to his feet, Irish whipping him into the corner of the ring. Joe hits Kurt with some Chops to the chest which are met with ‘Wooooo’s from the crowd before lifting Angle to the top rope.

Joe climbs up there and tries to lift Angle onto his shoulders but Kurt refuses, and resiliently fights back. Angle manages to move behind Joe and he wraps his arms around Joe’s waist, nailing Joe with a German Suplex from the top rope! Both competitors go crashing down to the canvas and the crowd go wild, chanting ‘TNA! TNA! TNA!’ as Angle and Joe lie next to each other in the middle of the ring. Jeff Hardy and Mr. Anderson both hold their hands out in opposite corners, desperate to get into the match, and Angle and Joe begin to crawl across the canvas towards their respective corners. Eventually, both Angle and Joe tag out and Jeff Hardy and Mr. Anderson enter the ring, the crowd going wild for Hardy. Anderson and Hardy both run directly towards each other and Jeff takes him down with a Clothesline, following it up with another one, before capping it off by lifting Anderson into the air and hitting him with an Inverted Sitout Suplex Slam! Hardy turns Anderson over and makes the cover, One! Two! Anderson kicks out! Jeff quickly gets Ken back to his feet and hits him with a Sitout Jawbreaker which sends Anderson staggering backwards into the ropes.

Anderson comes back off the ropes and Hardy runs towards the corner, running up the turnbuckles to the top rope, and lays out Anderson with the Whisper In The Wind! Jeff quickly makes another cover, One! Two! Samoa Joe enters the ring and breaks up the cover. Styles loses his cool again and tells Joe to stay out of it but Joe says to the TNA World Heavyweight Champion’s face ‘You can’t tell me what to do’. AJ manages to contain his anger and turns his attention towards the match again as Hardy gets to his feet and waits for Anderson to get back to his feet. Moments later, Anderson gets back up and Jeff goes for a kick to the mid-section but Ken catches his leg and floors Hardy with a leg sweep before hitting him with an elbow drop. Anderson then takes a breather, having rendered Jeff docile for at least a few moments, before getting back up. He gets Hardy to his feet and tries to lift him onto his shoulders, but Jeff fights back with some right hands. ‘The Charismatic Enigma’ then runs off the ropes and charges towards Anderson, but this time Anderson manages to lift Hardy onto his shoulders and nails him with a Rolling Fireman’s Carry Slam!

Two minutes later, the match is drawing towards its conclusion and Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe are the legal men in the match. Neither man can gain a clear advantage, until Joe hits Angle with some right hands and then runs off the ropes, charging towards him, but out of no where Angle nails Joe with a Belly-To-Belly Suplex! The fans go wild, and now Angle and Joe are both down on the mat, remaining there for several seconds. Kurt is the first to get to his feet and he slowly makes his way towards the corner of the ring, eventually making it to the top rope. However, by the time he is up there Joe is back up too and he forces his weight down on the ropes, causing Angle to lose his balance! ‘The Olympic Gold Medallist’ lands in a seated position on the top turnbuckle and Joe grabs hold of Kurt, lifting him into the air and walking into the middle of the ring, but little does Joe know, Anderson made the blind tag! Joe hits Angle with the Muscle Buster, and as soon as he does Anderson enters the ring and makes the cover in front of a confused Joe, as Ken makes the cover: One! Two! Three! Anderson and Joe win!

Mr. Anderson & Samoa Joe def. Jeff Hardy & Kurt Angle at 12:24

Anderson gets to his feet and willingly has his hand raised by Earl Hebner, taking all the credit for the victory as he runs in a circle around the ring behind running into a seething Samoa Joe. Anderson and Joe have a staredown until moments later, Joe begins to unload on Anderson with right hands! Angry that Anderson stole his victory, Joe pummels the lodumouth with blows and forces him into the corner, hitting him with a Running Forearm Smash followed by a CCS Enzuigiri! Joe then lifts Anderson to the top rope and gets him in position, before nailing him with the Muscle Buster! The crowd go wild and Joe gets to his feet, looking at AJ Styles and Jeff Hardy before leaving the ring as Kurt Angle gets back to his feet. Angle stands in front of Jeff, but not for long as Hardy kicks Kurt in the mid-section and hits him with the Twist Of Fate! Jeff gets a very mixed reaction from the crowd as he stands over Angle, and then AJ kicks Hardy in the mid-section, lifts his legs up, and hits the Styles Clash! Styles gets back up and stands over Anderson, Angle and Hardy with Samoa Joe watching from the stage, AJ posing as the show goes off the air and leaving us with a possible sign of things to come in three days’ time at Slammiversary...

*END SHOW*


Quick Results:
The Motor City Machine Guns def. The British Invasion via DQ at 7:15
Tara def. Angelina Love at 3:31
Christopher Daniels def. Shannon Moore at 5:49
Robert Roode def. Stevie Richards at 5:03
Desmond Wolfe def. D'Angelo Dinero at 8:52
Mr. Anderson & Samoa Joe def. Jeff Hardy & Kurt Angle at 12:24

Card for Slammiversary VIII - Anaheim, California - June 13, 2010
King of the Mountain Match - TNA World Heavyweight Championship - AJ Styles © vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Kurt Angle vs. Mr. Anderson vs. Samoa Joe
Sting’s Last Match: D’Angelo Dinero vs. Sting
Last Man Standing Match: Desmond Wolfe vs. Rob Van Dam
James Storm vs. Robert Roode
Hernandez vs. Matt Morgan
TNA World Tag Team Championships: The Motor City Machine Guns © vs. Generation Me
TNA X Division Championship: Christopher Daniels © vs. Shane Helms
TNA Knockouts Championship & Tara’s Spider Poison On The Line: Daffney © vs. Tara

Well, that's the road to Slammiversary complete. In my opinion, that was one of my best shows to date in this thread and I hope others feel the same way. Sometime over the next week the Slammiversary preview will begin with the videos for the matches like I used for Sacrifice and are now going to be a permanent fixture for my pay per view previews and after the last video the prediction template will be posted. Thanks, y'all <3

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Slammiversary VIII Video #1
James Storm vs. Robert Roode
Singles Match


The video begins with a shot of Beer Money posing on the stage as their pyro goes off.

Narrator: Beer Money, Incorporated are one of the greatest tag teams in professional wrestling today.

James Storm and Robert Roode hitting the DWI.

Narrator: They are four-time TNA World Tag Team Champions.

Roode and Storm holding the TNA World Tag Team Championship belts.

Narrator: But the once-unbreakable bond between James Storm and Robert Roode is now on thin ice.

Roode being pinned by Eric Young at Sacrifice and Storm berating him afterwards, before cutting to Storm in an interview studio, sitting in a chair.

James Storm: Why are there problems in Beer Money? I thought I made it pretty clear why, but I’ll have to tell ya’ again... I’m a winner. I’ve been one since the day I became a professional wrestler. If it wasn’t for Bobby Roode, I’d be able to back it up right now with a TNA World Tag Team Championship belt but he lost us the match at Lockdown, and he did it again at Sacrifice, simple as that.

The camera then cuts to Roode sitting in a studio.

Robert Roode: This has gotten way out of hand. We lose one match, one match, and all of a sudden James goes on this ego trip, blaming everything on me. There’s been a lot of times when it’s been James who has lost us matches, and I haven’t overreacted like he has, because you can’t win everything, it’s a fact of life.

Shot of Storm holding the NWA World Tag Team Championship belt along with Chris Harris.

Narrator: Storm is an established tag team wrestler, winning several NWA World Tag Team Championships with his former partner ‘Wildcat’ Chris Harris in America’s Most Wanted. Similar success has followed him to Beer Money. Storm and Roode will settle their differences when they face each other one-on-one on June 13 at Slammiversary VIII.

James Storm: I’m one of the best tag team wrestlers this industry has ever seen, every team I’ve been in, I’ve been the star. It was like that with Chris Harris in America’s Most Wanted, and it’s been like that with Bobby Roode in Beer Money. With that talent comes a need for success, and I don’t see any success coming with Beer Money anymore. Bobby sure as hell ain’t gonna get any at Slammiversary, I can tell tell ya’ that right now.

Robert Roode: James is afraid of the fact that he’s wrong. I lose a Handicap Match to Generation Me after he doesn’t show up to the damn match, and he thinks it backs up his point, well it doesn’t and I’m gonna prove him wrong at Slammiversary.

We see a graphic of Roode and Storm on the screen with the Slammiversary logo on it, before cutting back to Storm.

James Storm: Is this the end of Beer Money?

Robert Roode: I don’t even know.

James Storm: We’ll have to find out at Slammiversary.
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I love your idea of having Video Packages for the matches going to be held at the Pay Per View, very nice idea. I like the idea of having a Beer Money breakup but I think they should have stuck together and I think that someway, somehow you will get them back together because they are a pretty good tag team.

All of the Tag Team Status is on James Storm, he has been very successful in Tag Teams but yeah, Tag Teams. Robert Roode hasn't been in much Tag Teams, well, long reigning ones except Beer Money and Bobby Roode in Team Canada. A happy ending here at Slammiversary ending this feud which is good but them as a team is gold and Robert Roode will pull off the victory IMO.
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Slammiversary Video #2
Desmond Wolfe vs. Rob Van Dam
Last Man Standing Match


The video begins with a slow-motion clip of Rob Van Dam’s debut in TNA on the February 15 edition of TNA Impact, taking out Desmond Wolfe, Mr. Anderson and Samoa Joe with AJ Styles and Jeff Hardy.

Narrator: The rivalry began on February 15, on a historic edition of TNA Impact.

Mike Tenay shouting ‘Rob Van Dam is in TNA!’ with the words echoing.

Narrator: After crossing paths at Destination X and Lockdown in multi-man matches, Desmond Wolfe and Rob Van Dam finally faced each other one-on-one for the first time ever at Sacrifice.

Shots of Van Dam and Wolfe both walking to the ring at Sacrifice.

Narrator: It was meant to bring an end to their three month-long rivalry... but a twist was still to come.

Wolfe low-blowing RVD and hitting him with a Jawbreaker Lariat, subsequently pinning him for the victory at Sacrifice, before cutting to an interview studio with Rob sitting in a chair, wearing a T-shirt and denim shorts.

Rob Van Dam: Desmond Wolfe screwed me out of a victory at Sacrifice, plain and simple. Sure, I used a Chair, but it was Desmond’s girlfriend, callgirl, or whatever the hell she is, Chelsea, that brought it into the match anyway. And after he screwed me out of my match in the #1 Contender’s Tournament, he sure as hell deserved it.

The camera cuts to Wolfe sat down in a studio wearing a suit and sunglasses with Chelsea stood behind him, her hand resting on his shoulder.

Desmond Wolfe: I’d like to remind Rob of a cliché which couldn’t be more true...

Wolfe removes his sunglasses and leans into the camera.

Desmond Wolfe: ... nice guys finish last. Rob can complain all he wants, but I beat him at Sacrifice. And now he’s challenging me to a Last Man Standing Match at Slammiversary? Haha... it cracks me up every time I even say it, because it’s just so ridiculous. I’m the best wrestler in this company, but I’m just as good a fighter too, and if Rob doesn’t know that yet... well, he’ll find out, won’t he?

Narrator: This Sunday at Slammiversary, the rivalry will come to an end as Van Dam and Wolfe square off in a Last Man Standing Match where the only way to win is to render your opponent unable to answer the referee’s count of ten.

Rob Van Dam: Desmond thinks I’m making a mistake challenging him to a Last Man Standing Match at Slammiversary, well he’s the one making the mistake by accepting it. He seems to be forgetting the fact that I made my name in ECW, a place where every match was like a Last Man Standing Match, we’d be beating the s**t out of each other every match... Desmond wouldn’t have survived a second there, and he’s not gonna survive on Sunday.

We see a graphic of Van Dam and Wolfe with a Slammiversary logo, before cutting to Wolfe.

Desmond Wolfe: Slammiversary’s the eight-year celebration of TNA Wrestling, eight years of history... well after Sunday, RVD’s gonna be history.

Rob Van Dam: Slammiversary...

Desmond Wolfe: Slammiversary...

Rob Van Dam: I’m gonna be the...

Desmond Wolfe: Last...

Rob Van Dam: Man...

Desmond Wolfe: Standing.
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Another good video package here. I really like it. This is kind of a typical feud, well at least from this video package to me as I haven't really read this BTB anymore, even though I was kind of in love with it. Wolfe and Van Dam's feud should be good and Last Man Standing should make it intense, hope the feud gets a little intense.

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Slammiversary Video #3
D’Angelo Dinero vs. Sting
Singles Match


The video begins with a slow-motion shot of Sting standing on the second turnbuckle holding the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

Narrator: For twenty-five years, one man has revolutionized professional wrestling...

Sting locking Mr. Anderson in the Scorpion Death Lock.

Narrator: He is a trailblazer...

Sting pointing his baseball bat to the crowd.

Narrator: He is a legend...

Sting hitting Kurt Angle with the Scorpion Death Drop.

Narrator: He is The Icon...

Sting standing in the rain.

Narrator: Sting. But on June 13, the eight-year celebration of TNA Wrestling, Sting will say goodbye to professional wrestling as he faces his last-ever opponent... the TNA Global Champion, ‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero.

Shot of Dinero posing on the ramp, before cutting to Sting in an interview studio.

Sting: Why did I choose Pope to be my last-ever opponent at Slammiversary? It’s pretty simple. Since the day I came to this company, I’ve wanted to give back to the business and to the future of the business. And when I think of the future of the business... I think of Pope. He’s at an all-time high right now, he’s the TNA Global Champion, he’s got the TNA fans behind him and he’s got the biggest match of his career on Sunday.

Cut to Dinero.

D’Angelo Dinero: Pope is honoured to be facing a legend of the business like Sting at the eight-year celebration of TNA, the company that Pope loves and hopes to be an even bigger part of in the future, in the form of Slammiversary. Sting is exactly what he proclaims to be, he is ‘The Icon’, and to be the last-ever opponent of Sting at the end of his illustrious twenty-five year career is a huge achievement for Pope.

Sting: The way I see it, it’s a win-win situation. If I win, I go out on a high but Pope can still say he was the last-ever guy to face me. If Pope wins, he can say he beat me in my last match and I can say that I helped one of the guys who is the future of professional wrestling. The guy’s got everything to gain and nothing to lose, simple as that.

A graphic of Dinero and Sting with the Slammiversary logo on it appears, before cutting back to Dinero.

D’Angelo Dinero: Stinger, Pope knows it’s your last match on Sunday but daddy, you cannot expect Pope to go easy on you. And you’re gonna find out who is the charismatic... pimptacular... hand clappin’, foot tappin’, pimp slappin’, blingin’ attire, always on fire Pope that is D’Angelo Dinero! Pope has spoken.

Sting: Sunday, Pope...

Shots of Dinero hitting the DDE and Sting shouting to the crowd.

Sting: IT’S SHOWTIME!
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Slammiversary Video #4
AJ Styles © vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Kurt Angle vs. Mr. Anderson vs. Samoa Joe
TNA World Heavyweight Championship King of the Mountain Match


The video begins with a shot of the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

Narrator: The TNA World Heavyweight Championship is the most prestigious belt in professional wrestling today.

Shot of a ladder in the ring in an empty Impact Zone with a spotlight shining down on it.

Narrator: And every year, it is defended in one of the most innovative matches to ever take place in TNA... the King of the Mountain Match.

Jeff Jarrett stood at the top of a ladder holding the NWA World Heavyweight Championship.

Narrator: This year, at the eight-year celebration of TNA, the tradition continues in the most star-studded King of the Mountain Match of all time.

AJ Styles standing in the ring holding the title as confetti falls from the ceiling at No Surrender 2009.

Narrator: The TNA World Heavyweight Champion AJ Styles...

Jeff Hardy posing on the second turnbuckle.

Narrator: ... defends against ‘The Charismatic Enigma’ Jeff Hardy...

Kurt Angle throwing his hands in the air on the stage.

Narrator: ‘The Olympic Gold Medallist’ Kurt Angle...

Mr. Anderson reaching for his microphone.

Narrator: Mr. Anderson...

Samoa Joe making a slit-throat gesture.

Narrator: And ‘The Samoan Submission Machine’ Samoa Joe.

The camera cuts to Joe in an interview studio.

Samoa Joe: I’ve won the King of the Mountain Match before. And I would have won it last year too if I hadn’t handed the title over to Kurt Angle. So Kurt, you can say that you’ve won two of them but you have me to thank for that, and on Sunday... I will become the TNA World Heavyweight Champion, and nothing’s gonna stop me from doing that this time.

Cut to Angle.

Kurt Angle: To be honest, I’m not bothered about my past King of the Mountain wins. It’s never good to live in the past for too long and hey, everything’s changed here in TNA this year. I mean, you’ve got Mr. Anderson and Jeff Hardy in the mix this year, two big stars who are in their first King of the Mountain Match. Then you’ve got AJ Styles and Samoa Joe in there too, two guys who eat, sleep and breathe TNA and have a great chance, but hey... I’m Kurt Angle.

Cut to Hardy.

Jeff Hardy: People have been saying that I can’t win on Sunday because I haven’t been in a King of the Mountain Match before. Those critics obviously don’t know exactly who I am, because I am a pioneer of the Ladder Match. That’s an advantage I have that everybody else in the match doesn’t have, a very big advantage, and you may just see Jeff Hardy become TNA World Heavyweight Champion for the first time on June 13.

Cut to Anderson.

Mr. Anderson: OK, so I’m not exactly renowned for my prowess with ladders. Let’s take a look at who’s won the match before; Jeff Jarrett... who’s he? Didn’t I beat his ass last month? I think I did. Hmm, who else? I’m gonna skip Raven because nobody cares about that guy... Kurt Angle, the guy who had to have Samoa Joe hand the title to him last year... Joe’s won it too, and he’s a big, fat tub of goo. But the next guy on that list... is moi.

Cut to Styles.

AJ Styles: I’ve been in three King of the Mountain Matches before, and I’ve never won it. Come on, it just has to happen. I was the first-ever Grand Slam Champion here in TNA, the company I’ve been a big part of since June 19 2002, the beginning of TNA. Sunday, it’s the eight-year celebration of TNA, and we’re gonna get the party started with ‘The Phenomenal’ AJ Styles retaining the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

A graphic of the five men with a Slammiversary logo on it appears on the screen, before cutting back to Hardy.

Jeff Hardy: Jeff Hardy winning the King of the Mountain Match is just meant to be... you can’t fight fate.

Kurt Angle: Kurt Angle’s gonna do it again. Oh, it’s real... it’s damn real!

Samoa Joe: You get in my way on Sunday... I’ll hurt you more with my bare hands than a Ladder ever could.

Mr. Anderson: The winner of the match, and the new TNA World Heavyweight Champion... MIIIISSSTTAAAAHHH ANNNDDDEEEERRRSSSOONNNN... ANNNDDDEEEERRRSSSOONNNN!!

AJ Styles: How is my victory on Sunday gonna taste? Simply phenomenal.

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Now that all of the hype videos are done, it's time for the Slammiversary predictions contest! Here's the template.


TNA Slammiversary VIII
Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California
June 13, 2010


Matches:
TNA World Heavyweight Championship King of the Mountain Match: AJ Styles © vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Kurt Angle vs. Mr. Anderson vs. Samoa Joe
Sting’s Last Match: D’Angelo Dinero vs. Sting
Last Man Standing Match: Desmond Wolfe vs. Rob Van Dam
TNA X Division Championship: Christopher Daniels © vs. Shane Helms
Hernandez vs. Matt Morgan
James Storm vs. Robert Roode
TNA World Tag Team Championships: The Motor City Machine Guns © vs. Generation Me
TNA Knockouts Championship and Poison on the Line: Daffney © vs. Tara

Bonus Questions:
1. Put the matches in order.
2. Which match will open the show?
3. Which match will close the show?
4. How many titles will change hands?
5. Will anybody already under contract but not on the card show up?
6. Will any of the matches not have a definite winner and loser?
7. Will any new signings show up?

Best of luck to everybody who takes part!

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Matches:
8.TNA World Heavyweight Championship King of the Mountain Match: AJ Styles © vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Kurt Angle vs. Mr. Anderson vs. Samoa Joe
6. Sting’s Last Match: D’Angelo Dinero vs. Sting
7. Last Man Standing Match: Desmond Wolfe vs. Rob Van Dam
4. TNA X Division Championship: Christopher Daniels © vs. Shane Helms
3. Hernandez vs. Matt Morgan
5. James Storm vs. Robert Roode
1. TNA World Tag Team Championships: The Motor City Machine Guns © vs. Generation Me
2. TNA Knockouts Championship and Poison on the Line: Daffney © vs. Tara

Bonus Questions:
1. Put the matches in order.done
2. Which match will open the show? guns vs gen me
3. Which match will close the show? king of the moutain
4. How many titles will change hands?one
5. Will anybody already under contract but not on the card show up?yes
6. Will any of the matches not have a definite winner and loser?yes
7. Will any new signings show up?yes
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