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Old 12-22-2010, 11:50 AM   #231 (permalink)
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TNA Thursday Night Impact
The Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 1, 2010


This Thursday, TNA Impact comes to you from The Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the former home of Extreme Championship Wrestling, on Spike at 9/8C! Impact will be coming to you from Philly for the rest of the month, but what can we expect from the first-ever TNA televised show from the venue?

As we approach Victory Road on July 11 in Toledo, where Mr. Anderson will defend the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against 'The Phenomenal' AJ Styles, this week Anderson will decide who Styles faces on Impact! With AJ not able to properly prepare for his match as he doesn't know who he'll be facing, who will the Champ choose? Find out this Thursday!

We will hear from 'The Whole F'n Show' Rob Van Dam, who is expected to call out his rival Desmond Wolfe!

Another match taking place at the pay per view will be The Motor City Machine Guns defending the TNA World Tag Team Champions The British Invasion. Last week on Impact, one half of the British Invasion, Magnus, defeated one half of the 'Machine Guns, Chris Sabin but this week their tag team partners, Douglas Williams and Alex Shelley, will square off this Thursday!

'The Samoan Submission Machine' Samoa Joe will be in action!

The World X Cup continues, as the captains of the teams collide in singles competiton! The Team TNA captain, the TNA X Division Champion 'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels, will face the Team International captain Alex Koslov and the Team Japan and Team Mexico captains, Hiroshi Tanahashi and Volador Jr. will also square off!

The four teams involved in the TNA World Tag Team Championships #1 Contenders' Elimination Tag Team Match at Victory Road will compete in Eight-Man Tag Team action! Shane Helms and Shannon Moore will team with Team 3D to take on Generation Me and The Latin American Exchange! See all of this and more this Thursday on Spike at 9/8C!

Confirmed For Impact:
AJ Styles vs. ???
RVD calls out Desmond Wolfe
Alex Shelley vs. Douglas Williams
Samoa Joe in action
World X Cup: Alex Koslov vs. Christopher Daniels
World X Cup: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Volador Jr.
Eight-Man Tag Team Match: Shane Helms, Shannon Moore & Team 3D vs. Generation Me & The Latin American Exchange
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On paper this looks like a pretty damn nice show, ASCS Shock. You've got a good card lined up, full of what look to be exciting matches, although what interests me most is the fact that this show (along with the rest of the shows for the month) is in Philly. Not sure what to make of it, but I get the feeling it'll be for some kind of storyline that should certainly be exciting. A Paul Heyman invasion, or something of that ilk would be something I'd enjoy seeing.

Anyway, speculation aside you've got a very nice card here, and while it may take me awhile to get a review up, I will eventually. Looking forward to the show, mang.
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TNA Thursday Night Impact
The Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 1, 2010



TNA Thursday Night Impact begins with a video showing highlights of the main event of last week's show, where James Storm and the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson, both members of Fortune, teamed up to face AJ Styles and Jeff Hardy. We see numerous parts of the match, until reaching the conclusion with Storm leaving to fight Robert Roode, Styles pinning Anderson after the 450 Splash and Desmond Wolfe and Matt Morgan attempting a post-match assault only to be neutralized by D'Angelo Dinero and Rob Van Dam. The video comes to an end with Dinero, Hardy, Styles and Van Dam all raising each other's hands in the air.

Then, the opening credits play and "Change Me" blares out as the camera cuts into The Arena. There are flashy pyrotechnics like we normally see in the Impact Zone, the camera pans the fans in attendance, who are cheering and holding up signs in some places. We get a birdseye view of the ring and the TNA logo on the ring apron, before cutting to the announce table at ringside where Mike Tenay and Mick Foley are sat. Tenay and Foley welcome us to the show, noting that we are in the home of Extreme Championship Wrestling, and Mick states that it's great to be back in this building. They then run through the card for tonight's broadcast, which consists of; Generation Me & The Latin American Exchange against Shane Helms, Shannon Moore & Team 3D in an Eight-Man Tag Team Match, Christopher Daniels versus Alex Koslov and Hiroshi Tanahashi versus Volador Jr. in the World X Cup, Samoa Joe against Jesse Neal, one half of the TNA World Tag Team Champions Alex Shelley against Douglas Williams and AJ Styles versus an opponent of the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson's choice.

Once Tenay and Foley are done talking, the camera abruptly cuts to the backstage area... where the former tag team partners James Storm and Robert Roode are brawling! Storm appears to have the upper hand, as he has Roode up against the wall and is pummeling him with blows to the mid-section, but Robert drives his elbow into the back of James' neck and then hits him with a blow to the back which takes Storm down to the floor. Roode repeatedly hits him with stomps before getting James to his feet and dragging him by his hair down the corridor, until Storm rakes Robert in the eyes and then takes over. He hits Roode with shots to the head as he takes him down the corridor, but as they approach the curtain Roode begins to fight back, and as they emerge on the stage they continue to exchange hits. Roode kicks Storm in the mid-section and throws him down the mini-ramp, then following him and getting 'The Tennessee Cowboy' back to his feet. He takes him towards the ring, but James knees Roode in the gut and then throws him shoulder-first into the steel steps!

Roode clutches his shoulder in pain and Storm gets him back up, lifting him into the ring. James slides under the ropes into the ring and gets Roode back up again, but Roode once again fights back, and he drives Storm into the corner of the ring! However, several security guards run out to the ring and moments later Eric Bischoff walks out with a microphone, getting heat from the old ECW fans in The Arena. Security enters the ring and pulls Roode away from Storm, then keeping James in the corner as they hold the two fierce rivals apart and Bischoff looks on disapprovingly of what has happened in the ring to begin this broadcast.

Eric Bischoff: James, Bobby, cut it out right now! That's not the way I wanna start this damn show, you're professional wrestlers for crying out loud, handle yourselves like professionals!

The fans chant 'Let them fight!'

Eric Bischoff: No, that's not gonna happen tonight, they're not gonna continue fighting...

Bischoff is cut off by boos from the crowd.

Eric Bischoff: But I'm gonna tell you a time and a place where they will continue fighting, because on July 11 at Victory Road, in Toledo, Ohio, it's gonna be James Storm and Robert Roode one-on-one... in a Street Fight!

The crowd explodes with cheers and 'White Train' hits as Bischoff turns around and leaves, and Roode and Storm continue to be held apart from brawling by security. Mike Tenay and Mick Foley talk about what we just heard from Eric Bischoff, saying that the Street Fight between Roode and Storm at Victory Road could resolve the problems they have had since Slammiversary VIII in Anaheim two weeks ago.

Elsewhere, Daffney is sat in a dark corner of the backstage area, holding the Cage which contains Tara's Pet Spider, Poison with her TNA Knockouts Championship resting next to her.

Daffney: At Victory Road... I have to face Angelina Love for my TNA Knockouts Championship.

She picks up her title and puts down the Spider Cage, holding the belt in her hands.

Daffney: Angelina, I want to thank you for the assistance you gave me in retaining this title against Tara at Slammiversary, despite me not asking for it and not needing it. But still, thank you. Why you wanted to crush Tara's dreams and cause her to lose her precious Spider Poison I don't know, but I do now know that we have at least some similarities. Regardless of that, Angelina... you are just like this Spider; worthless... powerless... and most importantly to me, innocent.

Daffney puts her belt down and holds up the Cage, looking into it.

Daffney: The ironic thing is, I've poisoned this Spider so it will live its final days in pain and agony until it is finally laid to rest. And Angelina, you will live the final days before our meeting in pain, and agony, until at Victory Road, like this disgusting Spider... you are laid to rest too.

She begins to laugh hysterically, until abruptly stopping and scowling at the camera as we go to a commercial break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back on Impact, the camera is behind the curtain where Shane Helms and Shannon Moore are stood.

Shannon Moore: The book of D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F says that it sucks that me and Shane have to be on the same side as those douchebags Team 3D for this match, but it's me and Shane's first match back together as a tag team and we're gonna win tonight for us, not 3D.

Shane Helms: We've proven ourselves a team in the past, and we may be a little different from back then, we're not going around singin' songs, but we're gonna prove ourselves again tonight and at Victory Road when we become the #1 contenders to the TNA World Tag Team Championships. So Motor City Machine Guns, I hope ya' beat The British Invasion at the pay per view, but the worst is yet to come for you, boys.

Helms and Moore then walk through the curtain as "Out For The Count" hits and the duo make their way down the ramp, high-fiving some fans behind the guard rail before simultaneously sliding under the ropes into the ring. Both men climb to the second rope in opposite corners of the ring and pose for the crowd, before climbing back down. Then, "Watch Out, Watch Out" blares out and Team 3D walk out, getting a good reaction from the crowd due to their time in ECW, despite being heels. Brother Ray and Brother Devon both pose side-by-side before walking down the ramp and entering the ring. "My Generation" plays to cheers from the crowd and the high-flying duo Generation Me walk through the curtain, Max and Jeremy Buck posing back-to-back before jogging down the ramp, high-fiving some fans and entering the ring. "To Live And Die In LAX" hits and The Latin American Exchange, Hernandez and Homicide, walk out, Homicide slapping his chest and shouting 'Olele!' whereas a calm and collected Hernandez strolls along behind his tag team partner. The duo enter the ring and Hernandez poses for the crowd before removing his LAX shirt and throwing it into the crowd, walking into the corner with Homicide to join Generation Me as Helms and Moore do the same with Team 3D.

Match One
Generation Me & The Latin American Exchange vs. Shane Helms, Shannon Moore & Team 3D
Eight-Man Tag Team Match

Homicide and Shane Helms start off the match with everybody else out on the ring apron making it look pretty crowded, and Helms and Homicide shake hands as a sign of respect before kicking things off. The duo get the match off to a quick start with some fast-paced action, but when Shane is sent into the corner of the ring by a Dropkick from Homicide Brother Ray tags himself in and after that it all slows down. Ray's size and weight advantage proves to be effective over Homicide as he stops his momentum with a shoulder tackle before then wearing him down for Devon who he tags in. Devon picks up where his partner Ray left off, getting Homicide up to his feet and not being too adventurous with his offence, pretty much only using right hands and chops, throwing a Suplex in there too. The whole way, Hernandez and Generation Me cheer Homicide on, encouraging him to fight back and tag out of the match. 'The Notorious 187' does eventually manage to get some offence in against Devon and after flooring him with an STO, Homicide begins to make his way towards his corner at a slow pace but so does Devon at a faster pace and he tags Ray back in. Ray immediately runs across the ring and grabs Homicide's legs, stopping him in his tracks, but Homicide gets to his feet and hits Ray with an Enzuigiri before successfully tagging out to his regular tag team partner Hernandez!

Hernandez waits on the apron for Ray to get up and when he does, Hernandez slingshots himself over the ropes, flooring the veteran Ray with a Flying Shoulder Tackle! He then knocks Devon off the ring apron with Shane Helms and Shannon Moore not trying to back him up, before 'Super Mex' turns his attention back to the legal man in the ring. He gets Ray up and gets him in a front facelock, lifting him up into the air and wowing the Philadelphia crowd by keeping Ray up in the air upside down for several seconds, showing his immense strength, before finally dropping him down to the mat with a Vertical Suplex. Hernandez continues to dominate for the next two minutes and after a Clothesline he runs around the ring getting fired up, giving Devon the opportunity to tag out of the match and he does, Shannon Moore answering the call, and Moore immediately climbs to the top rope, flying through the air and hitting Hernandez with a Seated Senton! Shannon gets right back up and runs off the ropes, hitting him with a Leg Drop before making the cover but to no avail. Hernandez then tags out to Max Buck and Buck and Moore run directly towards each other, taking one another out with a Double Clothesline and when they get back up they trade blows, Max gaining the upper hand in the exchange and then hitting Moore with a Spinning Heel Kick.

Buck gets back up and gets Shannon up, wrenching his arm around and tagging his brother Jeremy into the match for the first time. Buck immediately climbs to the top rope and jumps off, hitting a Double-Foot Stomp on Moore's arm before covering but Shannon kicks out on two. Jeremy continues to keep his side's momentum going, Irish whipping Moore into the ropes and ducking down for a Back Body Drop but Shannon counters it with a Legdrop Bulldog! Moore quickly crawls towards the corner and tags Shane Helms in, who immediately gets Jeremy up and hits him with the Nightmare on Helms Street! Helms then makes the cover with Moore and Team 3D all rushing across the ring to hold LAX and Max Buck back, and gets the victory for his team!

Shane Helms, Shannon Moore & Team 3D def. Generation Me & The Latin American Exchange at 8:05

Helms gets to his feet and has his hand raised by the referee Jackson James to cheers from the crowd, as does Shannon Moore who quickly enters the ring but Brother Ray and Brother Devon refuse to have their hands raised, remaining in the corner. Jeremy Buck helps his brother Max out of the ring and up the ramp and Hernandez and Homicide also leave, but when they are all gone Ray and Devon attack Helms and Moore from behind! The crowd boo the veterans who quickly get Shannon to his feet and throw him through the ropes and out of the ring, down to the concrete floor. Devon then get Helms up, but before he can Irish whip Shane into the ropes and go for the 3D, Hernandez and Homicide rush back down the ramp and enter the ring, scaring Ray and Devon off! Team 3D quickly retreat up the ramp as Hernandez and Homicide check on Helms and Moore who slowly re-enters the ring, before the quartet see 3D out of The Arena.

Backstage, The British Invasion, consisting of Douglas Williams and Magnus, are watching the show from a TV screen, both with smirks on their faces.

Magnus: (Scoffs) Look at them. Fighting their little hearts out for something they can't win... but we can. Speaking of winning, did you see me beat Chris Sabin single-handedly last week, Doug-meister?

Williams slowly nods his head.

Douglas Williams: I did, and you didn't need any help which makes all the more impressive. And tonight I've got Alex Shelley, so I can teach that little spot monkey about how to wrestle and beat him too.

Magnus: And then it's gonna be both of them losing at Victory Road, and the belts are gonna go from the boys to the men.

Douglas Williams: But, they're both older than you.

Magnus: Age is just an irrelevant number, my friend. All that matters is winning those TNA World Tag Team Championships again.

They continue to watch the show on the TV, but unfortunately for them it's time for another break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back from the break, "Nations" hits and the captain of Team International, Alex Koslov, walks out to a lukewarm reception from the crowd. Wearing a Russian army hat, Koslov walks down the ramp and enters the ring, standing in the corner and removing his hat. Then, "Wings Of A Fallen Angel" blares out to a mixed reaction as the TNA X Division Champion and captain of Team TNA, 'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels, makes his way out, some cheering him for being on Team TNA. Wearing a black jacket with the hood covering his face, Daniels walks down the ramp and climbing onto the ring apron, removing his hood and posing for the crowd before entering the ring and removing his jacket and title from around his waist, then standing in the corner opposite Koslov and locking eyes with his opponent.

Match Two
Alex Koslov vs. Christopher Daniels
World X Cup

The captains of Team International and Team TNA, Alex Koslov and 'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels respectively, approach the middle of the ring and promptly lock up, Koslov gaining the advantage in the opening stages of the contest. After both competitors settle into the match, exchanging basic maneuvers, things get heated after Alex hits Daniels with a stiff kick to the back and takes control, but not for long. An angered Daniels fights back and after flooring him with a Scoop Slam, he unloads on Koslov with vicious stomps until the referee Mike Posey makes him back away. That pretty much sets the tone for this match with Daniels and Koslov not holding anything back, and about two minutes in Alex builds up some good momentum and really takes control after a Samoan Drop to the TNA X Division Champion. Koslov then tones his offence down a little, now just looking to wear Daniels down before subsequently closing in on victory and he keeps him in an abdominal stretch in the middle of the ring for close to a minute. Chris fights out of it with some elbows to Alex's head and after that Daniels gets back into the match, getting a close cover of two-and-a-half on Koslov following a crushing Death Valley Driver.

Daniels' fightback continues, the Philadelphia crowd even starting to get behind him with a 'Fallen Angel!' chant which fills The Arena in Pennsylvania. He gets Koslov up to his feet and puts his head in between his legs, hooking his arms and looking to go for the Angel's Wings but Alex counters it with a Back Body Drop and consequently brings an end to Daniels' momentum. Koslov regains control with a Boston Crab to the TNA X Division Champion, Daniels writing in pain and trying to get to the ropes. With the crowd cheering him for a change, Daniels manages to edge his way across the ring and make it to the ropes, Koslov only letting go of the hold just before the referee Posey's count of five. Alex gets Daniels up and hits him with some knife-edge Chops to the chest, getting 'Wooooo's from the crowd before Irish whipping him into the corner and then running directly towards him but Daniels hits Koslov with a boot to the face and then turns him around, flooring Alex with a Urinagi. 'The Fallen Angel' approaches the corner and jumps to the second rope and then the top rope, hitting Koslov with the Best Moonsault Ever! Daniels then hooks the legs and makes the cover, One! Two! Three! Daniels secures the victory for Team TNA!

Christopher Daniels def. Alex Koslov at 7:32

Daniels gets back to his feet and the referee Mike Posey goes to raise his hand in the air but 'The Fallen Angel' pulls away, giving Posey a disapproving look before raising his hands in the air himself and then taking his TNA X Division Championship from SoCal Val. Daniels holds the title high in the air before leaving the ring and walking up the ramp, showing the fans his belt once more on the stage before disappearing behind the curtain. Mike Tenay and Mick Foley talk about Daniels' victory and how it is now two wins out of two for Team TNA so far in the World X Cup and they are currently clear at the top of the rankings, unless Volador Jr. can beat Hiroshi Tanahashi, then Team Mexico will go level with Team TNA on points.

Backstage, Eric Bischoff is sat in a chair behind a desk in his office, his feet up on the desk, when the TNA Global Champion 'The Pope' D'Angelo Dinero walks in with a solemn look on his face.

Eric Bischoff: Well, well, well... this is a pleasant surprise. If it isn't my main man, the leader of the congregation-

D'Angelo Dinero: That's who I am, don't wear it out, daddy.

Bischoff takes his feet off the desk and sits up in his chair.

Eric Bischoff: What's going on, man? Where's the third person, where's the jazz?

D'Angelo Dinero: Now ain't the time for it, Eric. Did you see what happened last week? Matt Morgan, he took me out backstage!

Eric Bischoff: Yes, yes, Pope, I saw. Trust me, I feel for you, the same thing happened to my best friend Hulk Hogan a few weeks ago. But what do you want me to do about it, Pope?

D'Angelo Dinero: ... I want Morgan at Victory Road. I don't care whether my title's on the line or not, I want him in a match, Eric!

Eric's eyes widen, looking at Dinero surprisingly.

Eric Bischoff: You sure? After all, Matt's a pretty big guy. Well if that's what you want, then you've got it at Victory Road, you and Morgan for that TNA Global Championship.

D'Angelo Dinero: He ain't takin' this title, daddy. Thanks, Eric.

Eric Bischoff: No problem, Pope. But, before you leave... you wouldn't happen to know anything about Hogan's attacker, would you?

D'Angelo Dinero: No! You're paranoid, man.

Dinero shakes his head before walking away, as we go to a commercial break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

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The video begins with a shot of the pyro display from Lockdown.

Narrator: The road to victory can take its toll.

Shots of Angle hitting Jeff Hardy with the Angle Slam, and D’Angelo Dinero lying on the mat holding his mid-section.

Narrator: It can bring you reward or defeat.

AJ Styles hitting a 450 Splash, and Jeff Hardy missing his Swanton Bomb from the top of the Cage at Lockdown.

Narrator: It can start and end careers.

Mr. Anderson reaching up for his microphone, and Jeff Jarrett lying in the ring with his face covered in blood.

Narrator: It only takes one night to change everything.

Desmond Wolfe giving the crowd his two-fingered gesture, and Rob Van Dam hitting Jay Lethal with the Five-Star Frog Splash.

Narrator: And on July 11, the stars of TNA Wrestling... will walk the Victory Road.

TNA VICTORY ROAD - JULY 11 - TOLEDO, OHIO

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Back in The Arena, "Rising Sun" plays and Team Japan's Hiroshi Tanahashi walks out, not getting much of a reaction from the crowd. An emotionless Tanahashi walks down the ramp and enters the ring, immediately walking into the corner. Then, "El Mejor" hits and Team Mexico's Volador Jr. walks through the curtain, looking a little more vibrant than Tanahashi as he points his finger into the air and jogs down the ramp, sliding under the ropes into the ring and rolling across the mat towards the corner, springing up to his feet and standing opposite his opponent.

Match Three
Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Volador Jr.
World X Cup

Hiroshi Tanahashi and Volador Jr. approach the middle of the ring and shake hands as a motion of respect for each other before locking up to begin this second World X Cup match of the night. Tanahashi moves behind Volador and gets him in a waistlock, but quickly lets go and backs away when Volador attempts a back elbow. When he turns around, he and Tanahashi lock up again and Hiroshi immediately forces Volador into the corner of the ring, the referee Andrew Thomas getting in between them and forcing Tanahashi to back away. When the referee has moved, Volador charges forward towards his opponent but Hiroshi sees it coming and hits him with an Arm Drag, holding onto his arm and subsequently applying a Cross Armbreaker but Volador Jr. smartly moves towards the ropes as soon as he can and grabs onto the bottom rope, Hiroshi letting go. Both competitors then get back to their feet and Tanahashi runs towards Volador, the Mexican is ready for it, lashing out at the captain of Team Japan with stiff kicks to the legs before running off the ropes and hitting Tanahashi with a Wheelbarrow Bulldog! Volador then makes the cover, but only gets a count of two before Hiroshi gets the shoulder up from the mat.

After that, Volador gets Tanahashi back up and for the next two minutes the captain of Team Mexico remains in control of his opponent but after he misses a Springboard Moonsault, landing on his feet, Hiroshi immediately runs off the ropes and almost takes Volador's head off with a Running Clothesline! Tanahashi then makes the cover, getting two before Volador kicks out, and Hiroshi doesn't let it derail him as he gets his opponent back up, grabbing him by the neck in a Dragon Sleeper position before lifting him up but Volador lands on his feet behind Hiroshi. Tanahashi turns around and Volador hits him with some open-hand to Chops to the chest, followed with a knee to the gut before running off the ropes but Hiroshi kicks him in the mid-section, gets him in position once again, and nails Volador Jr. with a Bridging Dragon Suplex! Tanahashi then covers the Mexican, hooking his legs, and he gets the three count! Team Japan have got off the mark in the 2010 World X Cup with two points from Team Mexico!

Hiroshi Tanahashi def. Volador Jr. at 6:51

Tanahashi gets to his feet and has his hand raised by the referee Andrew Thomas, subsequently immediately leaving the ring and walking up the ramp, stopping on the ramp and raising one hand in the air before walking behind the curtain. Mike Tenay and Mick Foley inform us that in the World X Cup rankings, Team TNA are top with four points, Team Japan and Team Mexico are joint second both with two points and Team International are last with zero points.

Backstage, Rob Van Dam is walking down a corridor wearing an RVD T-Shirt and denim jean shorts, when the cameraman, hidden behind the camera, approaches him.

Cameraman: RVD, where you going?

Rob Van Dam: I'm going to the mind your own business room, maybe you should stop by... but since you asked, I'm heading to the ring to call out Desmond Wolfe.

RVD walks away with the commentators anticipating his arrival in the ring, before going to a commercial break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back from the break, "Whole F'n Show" blares out to a huge pop from the crowd and Rob Van Dam walks out, smiling when he hears the ovation from the Philadelphia crowd. Van Dam performs his thumb pose for the fans before walking down the ramp, high-fiving some fans before entering the ring and immediately climbing to the second rope in the corner to raise his hands in the air before climbing back down and taking a microphone.

Rob Van Dam: ...

Rob is cut off by a loud 'RVD!' chant, to which he nods his head in approval.

Rob Van Dam: First off, it feels damn good to be back in this Arena!

Big pop from the crowd.

Rob Van Dam: I can see a few familiar faces around here, and I'm sure you're all happy to see R... V... D!

More cheers, as the 'RVD!' chant starts up again.

Rob Van Dam: I'm not out here to reminisce about memories in this Arena, I'm out here for something else, something that has been taking up my time for the last five months.

Van Dam turns to the camera.

Rob Van Dam: In case you haven't got the hint, I'm talking about you, Desmond Wolfe.

The crowd boo as Wolfe is mentioned.

Rob Van Dam: This whole rivalry we've got going on, Desmond, it's gotta' end. I know I've said it before, I mean, I said it two months ago before Sacrifice but nothing was resolved there because you had to cheat just to beat me.

More boos for Wolfe.

Rob Van Dam: Then I said it before our Last Man Standing Match at Slammiversary last month, but nothing was resolved there either. So Desmond, I want you to come out here right now so we can settle this.

Moments later, "Menacing" blares out to heat from the crowd and Desmond Wolfe walks out, wearing a suit and sunglasses and accompanied by Chelsea who is holding onto his arm. Wolfe already has a microphone in his hand, and he stays standing on the stage.

Rob Van Dam: Why don't you come into the ring, Desmond?

Desmond Wolfe: Why? Well, Rob, it's no secret that I hate being in the same ring as you, simply because it gives me a bad name and it benefits you which obviously you don't deserve.

RVD smirks at Wolfe, not believing his excuse.

Desmond Wolfe: I've never wanted to have anything in common with you, and luckily I don't, but like you, I too want this to end. Because, even I'm getting tired of humiliating you every time I face you, and being the kind and selfless soul that I am...

Chelsea nods her head in agreement, but the crowd voice their disagreement with boos.

Desmond Wolfe: ... I don't want to keep lowering your self-esteem.

Rob Van Dam: If there's anything I like about you, Desmond, then it's gotta' be your excuses, I don't think I'll ever know where you get them from.

Desmond Wolfe: Excuses?! Do you want me to come in that ring? Do ya?! Do ya?!

Rob Van Dam: I'm pretty sure I already asked.

Wolfe looks around The Arena, before storming down the ramp towards the ring, leaving Chelsea behind, but as soon as he climbs onto the ring apron he jumps off again. Desmond smirks at RVD as he walks back towards Chelsea, the crowd continuing to boo him.

Desmond Wolfe: Ha! Like I'm gonna give you something you want!

Rob Van Dam: I think I can change that, Desmond, with the proposition I have for you. I want this to end... you want this to end. Our Last Man Standing Match didn't solve anything, but I think this will.

RVD then slides out of the ring, causing Wolfe to suddenly back further up the ramp, but Rob instead searches under the ring... and reveals a Ladder! Rob slides the Ladder under the ropes into the ring and then re-enters the ring, setting up the Ladder in the middle of the ring and standing next to it.

Rob Van Dam: Victory Road, Desmond... we have ourselves a Ladder Match.

The crowd react with cheers, and Wolfe removes his sunglasses, putting them in his pocket and walking further down the ramp with Chelsea.

Desmond Wolfe: What the hell's that Ladder gonna do?

Rob Van Dam: What's it gonna do? Well there's gonna be a contract hung twenty feet in the air. Whoever climbs the ladder and gets the contract wins, they sign that contract... and the loser is fired from TNA!

More cheers from the crowd, and a smirk emerges on Wolfe's face.

Rob Van Dam: So in more simple terms... you and me in a Ladder Match, loser... leaves... TNA. How about it, Desmond? This company isn't big enough for both of us, we have one more match, our final encounter, no more excuses... you want the chance to get rid of me?

Desmond Wolfe: If you know what you're getting yourself into...

Rob Van Dam: Hell yeah I do, and I know you do too.

Desmond Wolfe: Alright then, Rob... you have yourself a deal.

The crowd cheer once again and "Menacing" hits as Wolfe turns on his heel and walks up the ramp with Chelsea, disappearing behind the curtain. Van Dam folds up the Ladder and walks towards the camera, saying 'Looks like it's finally gonna end' with a smirk on his face before leaving the ring. Mike Tenay and Mick Foley react to the news with excitement, reiterating the news that at Victory Road, it will be Desmond Wolfe versus Rob Van Dam in a Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match before we go to another break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back from the commercial break, the camera is outside a locker room which has the Fortune logo on the door, which obviously means that it's their. Jeremy Borash is standing outside with a microphone.

Jeremy Borash: This is Jeremy Borash, and I'm standing outside Fortune's locker room where I presume Ric Flair is with James Storm, Matt Morgan and the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson.

Borash then knocks on the door and moments later it is opened by Flair, who has a big grin on his face.

Ric Flair: JB! How you doing, brother?

Jeremy Borash: Er, is Mr. Anderson in there?

Anderson then walks up next to Flair, wearing a Fortune T-shirt over his ring gear and holding his TNA World Heavyweight Championship belt over his shoulder and smirking whilst chewing some gum.

Mr. Anderson: (In deep tone) You rang?

Jeremy Borash: I was just wondering if you could tell us who you've picked as AJ Styles' opponent tonight?

Mr. Anderson: Well, buddy, you'll just have to find out when everybody else does... unless I whisper it in your ear? Would you like that, Jeremy?

Borash nods his head and Anderson leans through the doorway, but then pulls back.

Mr. Anderson: No! You're a frickin' interviewer, you'll just go around and tell everyone! After all, I hear you're not very good at keeping secrets.

Before JB can respond, Anderson slams the door shut.

The camera then cuts to the ring and Jesse Neal is stood in the corner. Then, "Nation Of Violence" hits to cheers from the crowd and Samoa Joe walks out, wearing black and turquoise shorts with a white towel over his shoulders. Joe marches down the ramp, with a 'Joe! Joe! Joe!' chant from the crowd ringing in his ears as he steps into the ring and makes a slit-throat gesture before raising his hand into the air. He then walks into the corner and throws his towel to the floor outside the ring, before locking his eyes on Neal who is opposite him.

Match Four
Jesse Neal vs. Samoa Joe
Singles Match

As expected from the second the bell rings, this is a complete and utter squash match. Samoa Joe absolutely dominates Jesse Neal, not letting Neal getting any offence in, and after decimating him with a CCS Enzuigiri, a Running Senton and an Exploder Suplex among other maneuvers used in the contest, Joe lifts Jesse to the top rope and gets him in position before connecting with the Muscle Buster! However, instead of covering Joe wraps his hands around Neal's throat and locks him in the Coquina Clutch, causing Jesse to tap out as Joe gets the victory!

Samoa Joe def. Jesse Neal at 1:13

Joe gets back to his feet and has his hand raised by the referee Slick Johnson to cheers from the crowd, before pulling away and calling for a microphone which he receives from SoCal Val. Joe then walks into the middle of the ring, ready to talk as the crowd quieten down.

Samoa Joe: Mr. Anderson... if you think that AJ Styles is a threat to you and that TNA World Heavyweight Championship, then you've got another thing coming, 'cause I'm coming for you. Anderson, I want you to take that title, look at your name on it and rub it off, because underneath it there's one name... mine.

Joe drops the microphone and leaves the ring as his music plays again, walking up the ramp and disappearing behind the curtain without turning back once.

Backstage, Jeff Hardy is sat in his locker room when the door opens and Eric Bischoff walks in.

Eric Bischoff: Just the man I wanted to see, Jeff Hardy!

Jeff Hardy: Thanks, but you're not exactly the guy I wanna see.

Bischoff shrugs his shoulders with a smirk on his face.

Eric Bischoff: Ah, oh well. Listen, I came in to ask you if you knew anything about Hulk Hogan's attacker?

Jeff Hardy: No, I don't... but maybe you do.

Eric looks at Jeff with a confused demeanour.

Eric Bischoff: What do you mean, Jeff? I'm the one who's been ask-

Jeff Hardy: Don't play that game, Eric. Let's just say if I had to put money on who attacked Hulk... it would be on you.

Bischoff shakes his head, laughing to himself.

Eric Bischoff: I'll leave now, to let you clear your head... good talk, Jeff.

Eric turns around and leaves, as we go to a break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back on Impact, we’re at the announce table with Mike Tenay and Mick Foley and they run through the current card for Victory Road; Daffney defending the TNA Knockouts Championship against Angelina Love, a Four-Way Tag Team Elimination Match between Generation Me, The Latin American Exchange, Shane Helms & Shannon Moore and Team 3D, a Gauntlet Match involving all the members in all four of the teams in the World X Cup, The Motor City Machine Guns defending the TNA World Tag Team Championships against The British Invasion, D’Angelo Dinero against Matt Morgan for Dinero’s TNA Global Championship, James Storm versus Robert Roode in a Street Fight, Desmond Wolfe against Rob Van Dam in a Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match and Mr. Anderson defending the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against AJ Styles.

Then, "Invasion" hits to heat from the crowd and Douglas Williams walks out with Magnus, both of them posing on the stage before walking down the ramp side-by-side, Williams entering the ring as Magnus stays on the outside. "Motorcity" plays and Alex Shelley walks out with his fellow TNA World Tag Team Champion Chris Sabin, getting a big pop from the crowd. Wearing a black jacket with a Motor City Machine Guns logo on the back with his title belt around his waist, Shelley walks down the ramp with a casually-dressed Sabin in tow and Alex slides under the ropes into the ring, immediately climbing to the second rope in the corner and posing for the crowd before climbing back down.

Match Five
Alex Shelley vs. Douglas Williams
Singles Match

The bell rings and Alex Shelley and Douglas Williams approach the middle of the ring, having a staredown before locking up. Williams gets Shelley in a standing headlock but Alex pushes him away into the ropes, expecting him to come back off them, but Douglas holds onto the ropes and then moves towards the corner. Williams cautiously moves forward, preparing for another lock-up with his opponent but then backs out again, going back into the corner to the disapproval from the crowd. Shelley then runs towards him in the corner but Williams moves out of the way and works on Alex's mid-section with repeated stomps before flooring him with a Snapmare followed with a running knee to the back of the head. For the next minute or so, not a lot happens with neither man gaining a clear advantage, but the match swings in Shelley's favour when pulling down the top rope when Williams attempts to Clothesline him, sending the Englishman out of the ring down to the concrete floor. Alex then gets the Philadelphia crowd going before running off the ropes and charging across the ring, flying through the ropes and taking out Douglas with a Suicide Dive! The crowd eat it up, cheering and chanting 'TNA!' TNA!' TNA!' until Shelley gets back up and gets Williams back in the ring.

Alex goes for a cover but Douglas kicks out on two. Shelley then applies an Abdominal Stretch until Williams breaks out of it and goes for a Scoop Slam but Alex immediately regains control by slipping off his shoulders and hitting Douglas with a Back Suplex. Shelley keeps wearing Williams down for the next minute but Magnus gets involved by grabbing Alex's feet when he tries to run off the ropes, which gets the attention of the TNA World Tag Team Champion. Shelley dares Magnus to come into the ring, but from behind Williams applies a Full Nelson and then hits Alex with a Full Nelson Suplex! Douglas makes the cover for a kick out on two from Shelley but after that the Brit tightens his grip on the match, getting Alex in a sleeper hold which has a big effect on him. The Philadelphia crowd get behind Shelley, spurring him on, and Alex manages to make it to his feet, lifting Williams up and hitting an Inverted Atomic Drop followed by a Dropkick! Shelley then makes the cover, but Douglas kicks out on two and a half! Alex then climbs to the top rope and waits for Williams to get to his feet. When Douglas gets up, Shelley flies from the top rope and hits Williams with a Cross Body! Alex lands on top of Douglas and the cover is made, but Williams manages to kick out again!

The match comes to an end with Shelley still in control of the match, and he gets Williams to his feet. Alex gets a hold of him by his neck and runs into the corner, running up the turnbuckles to the top rope as it looks like he's going to go for the Sliced Bread #2, but Douglas pulls the referee Earl Hebner towards him by his shirt and then breaks free from Alex's grasp, Shelley landing on Hebner and taking him out as a result! Alex looks at the referee with a PO'ed look on his face whilst Magnus takes Shelley's TNA World Tag Team Championship belt from the announce table. Sabin runs towards him, but Magnus nails him with a title belt shot to the head! Chris falls to the floor and Magnus climbs onto the ring apron just as Alex runs towards Williams who is stood up in the corner. Douglas moves out of the way, and Shelley runs directly into a title belt shot to the head from Magnus! Alex is about to fall backwards to the mat but Williams catches him on his feet and drives him into the corner, then rolling back still holding onto his opponent and nailing Shelley with the Chaos Theory! Magnus enters the ring and shakes the referee Hebner back to life, then leaving the ring as Earl slowly makes the cover and Williams defeats Shelley!

Douglas Williams def. Alex Shelley at 7:23

Williams gets back to his feet and Magnus enters the ring, pushing a groggy Earl Hebner aside and raising his tag team partner's hand in the air in victory. The duo leave the ring and Magnus picks up the TNA World Tag Team Championship belt he used on both Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin, planting a kiss on it before dropping it on the floor next to Sabin. Magnus and Williams walk up the ramp with the crowd booing them and on the stage they motion around their waists that they will become the new TNA World Tag Team Champions on July 11 at Victory Road before walking behind the curtain.

Backstage, the camera is focused on Christy Hemme who is stood with 'The Phenomenal' AJ Styles, wearing a navy jacket with the hood covering his face.

Christy Hemme: I'm standing with 'The Phenomenal' AJ Styles, who in a few moments' time will compete in the main event of the night, facing an opponent of the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson's choice? What are your thoughts going into this match?

AJ Styles: Christy, any other guy would be shakin' in their boots, worried about who their opponent's gonna be tonight... well I'm not just any other guy. I'm 'The Phenomenal' AJ Styles!

Cheers from the crowd as Styles flicks back his hood.

AJ Styles: Mr. Anderson, you can throw whoever the hell you want at me, no matter how big or powerful they are, because either way I'm gonna walk out of Philadelphia tonight as a winner...

Pop at the mention of Philly.

AJ Styles: ... just like I am in Toledo, Ohio on July 11 at Victory Road! So Anderson, watch closely tonight because soon it's gonna be you and I'm gonna take back my TNA World Heavyweight Championship!

Styles then rushes off to cheers from the crowd, as we go to the final commercial break of the night.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back from the break, "Get Ready To Fly" hits to cheers from the crowd and the camera cuts to the stage where AJ Styles is stood with his back turned. Styles then turns around and flicks back the hood on his jacket, throwing his arms out before walking down the ramp, high-fiving some fans and entering the ring. AJ walks into the corner and then the lights go out as "Feedback" plays and a spotlight shines down on the stage where Mr. Anderson is standing with a Fortune T-shirt over his ring gear and the TNA World Heavyweight Championship over his shoulder. Anderson then reaches into the air and his microphone comes down from the ceiling, Ken grabbing it.

Mr. Anderson: Alright, AJ... it's time. You ready to find out your opponent?

In the ring, Styles mouths 'Yeah!' as he jumps up and down.

Mr. Anderson: Alright. Without any further ado... (Clears throat) this man is a dear, dear friend of mine. You might know him too. This man is...

Anderson points to the curtain, but then points to himself.

Mr. Anderson: MIIIIISSTTTAAAAHHHH ANNNNDDDEEERRRSSSOOOONNN... ANNNNDDDEEERRRSSSOOOONNN!

The crowd begin to boo.

Mr. Anderson: That's right, AJ, you're facin' me... but I'm not gonna be alone.

Styles says 'What?' in confusion.

Mr. Anderson: Yeah, you heard me. Y'see, Eric Bischoff said that I could pick who you face tonight... but he didn't necessarily say I could only pick one opponent for you. And even if he doesn’t like it... well, he’s not gonna do anything, is he?

Anderson begins to laugh.

Mr. Anderson: And the best thing is, there's no in-ring interference! So introducing my tag team partners... Desmond Wolfe, James Storm, Matt Morgan, also known as my boys in Fortune!

"Four" hits to tremendous heat from the crowd and Desmond Wolfe, James Storm and Matt Morgan walk out, all laughing as they walk down the ramp in single file and enter the ring. Anderson removes his shirt and his title around his waist, passing it out of the ring as he, Morgan and Wolfe all climb out onto the ring apron and Storm walks into the middle of the ring to stand face-to-face with Styles.

Match Six
AJ Styles vs. Fortune
Four-on-One Handicap Match

After lengthy discussion in the Fortune camp, Desmond Wolfe remains in the ring whilst James Storm, Matt Morgan and the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson all climb out onto the ring apron. Wolfe approaches AJ Styles, who is still in disbelief as to what is going on, in the middle of the ring and they lock up. The match starts at a lukewarm pace with Styles and Wolfe just trying to gain the upper hand in the early stages, but after AJ hits Desmond with a Dropkick, Wolfe frantically crawls into the corner and tags Storm into the match. 'The Tennessee Cowboy' cockily enters the ring with a smirk on his face, saying to AJ that he won't be able to go through him but he ends up eating his words roughly a minute later, with Styles getting the majority of the offence in during that time and when he has James in position for the Styles Clash, Storm quickly escapes and tags out to the seven-footer Matt Morgan. The big man Morgan climbs over the ropes and approaches AJ, the two having a very mismatched staredown in the middle of the ring. A defiant Styles hits 'The Blueprint' with some knife-edge Chops to the chest, getting 'Woooooo's from the crowd, and then runs off the ropes, going for a Cross Body but Morgan catches him in mid-air and then throws him over his head and across the ring with a Fall Away Slam!

Unlike Storm and Wolfe, Morgan does a good job against AJ, dominating him after the Fall Away Slam, but when he lifts Styles to the top rope and grabs him by the throat, looking to go for a Chokeslam from the top rope whilst standing on the mat, AJ fights out of it with some kicks to the gut and a subsequent kick to the head. Morgan staggers backwards and Styles climbs off the top rope and onto the ring apron, jumping onto the ropes before springboarding off them and flying through the air, hitting Morgan and knocking him off his feet with a Springboard Flying Forearm Smash! After that, Matt retreats to the corner and at long last, the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson enters the match. AJ is raring to go, ready for his Victory Road opponent Anderson as he jumps up and down and shouts 'Come on!' However, Ken simply smirks at Styles before turning around and tagging Wolfe back into the match. Anderson gets heavily booed by the crowd as Desmond enters the ring and this time he fares better against AJ, hitting him with a knee to the gut and a DDT as soon as Styles runs at him. Now Fortune take over, with 'The Phenomenal One' tiring and Desmond working on AJ's right leg. Wolfe locks Styles in a One-Leg Boston Crab, the right leg being the one in question, and AJ looks close to tapping out, but manages to make it to the ropes after several moments to the relief of the crowd.

After that, Styles begins to make a comeback against Wolfe but the Englishman manages to stop AJ's momentum with a Powerslam. Desmond then tags in Storm and he immediately gets AJ to his feet, lifting him to his feet by his arms and spinning around before nailing Styles with the Eye of the Storm! James tags Morgan into the match and he continues the work, getting AJ in a front facelock and lifting him into the air, hitting the TNA original with the Hellevator! Then, last but not least, Anderson is tagged in and he gets Styles up, immediately planting him on the mat with the Mic Check! Anderson makes the cover, and gets the victory for Fortune!

Fortune def. AJ Styles at 8:10

Anderson gets to his feet and demands that Dave Hebner raise his hand in the air which he does, as Morgan, Storm and Wolfe all enter the ring and congratulate the TNA World Heavyweight Champion. They continue to celebrate their easy victory before they then walk towards Styles who is still down. Anderson gets AJ to his feet and Morgan and Storm stand on opposite sides of Styles, hitting him with a Carbon Footprint/Last Call combo which sickeningly sandwiches AJ’s skull in between their two boots! Then, he is brought to his feet again and Wolfe tilts back in between the ropes before running forward and nailing Styles with the Jawbreaker Lariat! Then, it is Anderson’s turn and he gets AJ back up one more time, trashtalking into his face before hitting him with the Mic Drop! Is that all? Not by a long shot. Anderson leaves the ring and searches under the apron, taking out two Steel Chairs and throwing them into the ring! He then re-enters the ring and lays one Chair on the mat, placing AJ’s head on it as he lies on his stomach. Anderson picks up the other Chair and as Morgan, Storm and Wolfe all hold up the Fortune hand gesture, Anderson nails Styles with a sickening Con-Chair-To! Anderson finally drops the Chair and stands with his associates as they all stand in a line and hold up their hand gesture. Anderson is then handed his TNA World Heavyweight Championship which he holds high above his head as the show goes off the air with the crowd booing the hell out of them.

*END SHOW*


Quick Results:
Shane Helms, Shannon Moore & Team 3D def. Generation Me & The Latin American Exchange at 8:05
World X Cup: Christopher Daniels def. Alex Koslov at 7:32
World X Cup: Hiroshi Tanahashi def. Volador Jr. at 6:51
Samoa Joe def. Jesse Neal at 1:13
Douglas Williams def. Alex Shelley at 7:23
4-on-1 Handicap Match: Fortune def. AJ Styles at 8:10

Xplosion Results:
~Velvet Sky def. Sarita in 6:39
~ Eric Young, accompanied by Kevin Nash, def. Stevie Richards in 7:04
~ Lethal Consequences def. Shawn Daivari & Shawn Spears in 9:17

Card For Victory Road - Toledo, Ohio - July 11, 2010
TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Mr. Anderson © vs. AJ Styles
Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match: Desmond Wolfe vs. Rob Van Dam
Street Fight: James Storm vs. Robert Roode
TNA Global Championship: D’Angelo Dinero © vs. Matt Morgan
TNA World Tag Team Championships: The Motor City Machine Guns © vs. The British Invasion
World X Cup: 4-Team Gauntlet Match
TNA World Tag Team Championships #1 Contender’s Four-Way Elimination Match: Generation Me vs. The Latin American Exchange vs. Shane Helms & Shannon Moore vs. Team 3D
TNA Knockouts Championship: Daffney © vs. Angelina Love

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TNA Thursday Night Impact Preview
The Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 8, 2010


With just three days to go until Victory Road this Sunday in Toledo, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling comes to you this Thursday with another edition of Impact! Tune into Spike at 9/8C to see the final build-up to this weekend's pay per view!

Last week, the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson chose who his opponent at Victory Road, 'The Phenomenal' AJ Styles, would face in the main event, and Styles ended up facing all four members of Fortune with Anderson exploiting a loophole in the system. Despite a valiant effort from AJ, he lost and after the match Fortune beat him down, and as a result Styles sustained a concussion. Due to the injury, AJ will not be at Impact this week. Styles is scheduled to pick an opponent for Anderson for the show, but will he do so? Or will Ken get the night off?

Also last Thursday, we found out that this Sunday at Victory Road, Desmond Wolfe and Rob Van Dam will finally put an end to their rivalry with a Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match. Simply put, the loser will leave TNA Wrestling for good. This week, we will hear from Wolfe who will inevitably discuss his match in three days' time, but will we see RVD too?

Days before his Street Fight at Victory Road against Robert Roode, 'The Tennessee Cowboy' James Storm will go one-on-one with 'The Charismatic Enigma' Jeff Hardy! Can Storm gain some momentum going into Sunday, or will Hardy pick up the victory?

The TNA World Tag Team Champions The Motor City Machine Guns will team with Angelina Love to face the 'Machine Guns' challengers at Victory, The British Invasion, and Angelina's opponent on Sunday, Daffney, in Six-Person Tag Team action!

We will determine new #1 contenders to the TNA World Tag Team Championships this Sunday at Victory Road when Generation Me, The Latin American Exchange, Shane Helms & Shannon Moore and Team 3D face off in a Four-Way Elimination Tag Team Match. This Thursday, those four teams will square off in a Four-Team Over-The-Top Battle Royal!

The 2010 World X Cup will conclude at Victory Road, but this Thursday Team International's Eric Young takes on Team Japan's Dragon Kid and Team Mexico's El Zorro faces Team TNA's Kazarian!

See all of this and more this Thursday on Spike at 9/8C!

Confirmed For Impact:
James Storm vs. Jeff Hardy
We hear from Desmond Wolfe
Angelina Love & The Motor City Machine Guns vs. The British Invasion & Daffney
Four-Team Over-The-Top-Rope Battle Royal: Generation Me vs. The Latin American Exchange vs. Shane Helms & Shannon Moore vs. Team 3D
World X Cup: Dragon Kid vs. Eric Young
World X Cup: El Zorro vs. Kazarian
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Not particularly pleased with this show, but what the hell.


TNA Thursday Night Impact
The Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 8, 2010


TNA Thursday Night Impact begins with a video showing highlights of last week's main event, where AJ Styles faced an opponent of the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson's choosing. We see Anderson coming out and telling Styles that Eric Bischoff didn't specifically say that he only had to choose one opponent for Styles, so it would be AJ against the whole of Fortune. Some clips of the Four-on-One Handicap Match are shown before we see Anderson put Styles away with the Mic Drop and the subsequent brutal beatdown from Fortune. The video comes to an end with Anderson, Desmond Wolfe, James Storm and Matt Morgan all stood in the ring holding up the four fingers stood next to each other with a motionless Styles down on the mat.

Then, the opening credits play and "Change Me" blares out as the camera cuts into The Arena. The camera pans the fans in attendance, who are cheering and holding up signs in some places. We get a birdseye view of the ring and the TNA logo on the mat, before cutting to the announce table at ringside where Mike Tenay and Mick Foley are sat. Tenay and Foley welcome us to the show, noting that we are once again in the home of Extreme Championship Wrestling and they then run through the card for tonight's broadcast, which consists of; Team International's Eric Young facing Team Japan’s Dragon Kid and Team Mexico’s El Zorro taking on Team TNA’s Kazarian in the World X Cup, a Four-Team Over-the-Top-Rope Battle Royal involving Generation Me, The Latin American Exchange, Shane Helms & Shannon Moore and Team 3D, The British Invasion & the TNA Knockouts Champion Daffney facing Angelina Love & the TNA World Tag Team Champions The Motor City Machine Guns, ‘The Tennessee Cowboy’ James Storm facing ‘The Charismatic Enigma’ Jeff Hardy and the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson squaring off against an opponent of AJ Styles’ choosing.

"Menacing" subsequently blares out to major heat from the crowd and Desmond Wolfe emerges from behind the curtain, wearing sunglasses and a suit as always. Tenay comments on Chelsea's conspicuous absence as Wolfe saunters down the ramp and gets SoCal Val to hold down the middle rope for him, entering the ring and then demanding a microphone which he reveals from Val. Desmond puts the microphone down before leaving the ring and lifting up the ring apron, revealing a Ladder from under the ring which he slides under the ropes. Wolfe then re-enters the ring and sets up the ladder in the middle, subsequently taking the microphone and climbing up to the ladder. Desmond looks up at the ceiling and says 'Spotlight, please' (But he ain't no Batista) and the lights then go out as a spotlight shines down on him at the top of the Ladder.

Desmond Wolfe: I want all of you wankers to take a look at what's in this ring right now, because it's the exact same thing that you're gonna see this Sunday at Victory Road.

The crowd boo Desmond, who nods his head in agreement with his own statement.

Desmond Wolfe: Well not exactly, because I'm hoping that there's a better crowd in Toledo on Sunday than there is here because Philadelphia is, to put it bluntly, disgusting.

More heat for Wolfe.

Desmond Wolfe: The fact that this is where that bingo hall indie company ECW originated from, pretty much speaks for itself, really.

The crowd continue to boo, as an 'ECW!' chant starts up.

Desmond Wolfe: And speaking of ECW... that's the place where the soon-to-be former TNA employee Rob Van Dam...

Big pop at the mention of RVD.

Desmond Wolfe: Quiet! Where the hell are your bloody manners?!

More heat for the Englishman.

Desmond Wolfe: Now, as I was saying before I was rudely interrupted... that is where Rob Van Dam used to work and made his worthless name, and after this Sunday at Victory Road, you will all know him as that guy who used to work for the company that Fortune owns... TNA Wrestling.

Desmond mouths 'That's right' as he ignores the boos.

Desmond Wolfe: Rob, it's pretty clear that you're not exactly the sharpest knife in the draw... but why you'd challenge me to this kind of match, I honestly do not know. You're putting your career in jeopardy, Rob, you're- actually, let me rephrase that, you're signing your career away.

Wolfe smirks, with the crowd still booing.

Desmond Wolfe: In all honesty, Rob, I would have been perfectly fine with just one more standard match, no stipulations, no silly weapons, just a match where I could beat you once again and end this. But you wanna do this? Suit yourself. All you're doing is getting out while you still can, because the fact of the matter is, Fortune are taking over TNA and people like you are gonna be brushed aside one... by... one.

He looks at the camera and holds up the Fortune handsign, before speaking again.

Desmond Wolfe: Rob, you might think you're getting out easy, but the fact is, your last day in TNA will be a very unhappy one for you, at least. For me, it's gonna be the best I've ever had, because for the last five months - five months - you have got in my way over and over again, you have done nothing but hold me back, but it ends on Sunday! No more, Rob! You will be gone for good! It's not just about climbing a Ladder and taking down a contract to fire you, it's about making up for all my time you've wasted, the five months of my career that I could have become a Champion in that you held me back from!

Wolfe takes a deep breath, calming himself down.

Desmond Wolfe: ... y'know what? I'm not gonna put it into words. Sunday, Rob... you'll know what I'm gonna do.

Suddenly, the crowd begin to cheer, and it's because Rob Van Dam has come through the crowd! Rob climbs over the security rail and quietly enters the ring without Wolfe knowing.

Desmond Wolfe: That's right, cheer, I'm glad you all see things my way now, Sunday, Rob, you're-

Before he can finish, RVD pushes the Ladder down and Wolfe goes straight into the ropes! Desmond then falls to the mat and the crowd go wild as Van Dam viciously stomps away at Wolfe before getting him to his feet, and hitting him with a Heel Kick to the head! Desmond goes down again and Rob moves the Ladder towards the corner of the ring, subsequently climbing to the top of the Ladder. Van Dam performs his thumb taunt for the crowd... before jumping from the top of the Ladder, and nailing Wolfe with a Five-Star Frog Splash! The crowd erupt with cheers and "Whole F'n Show" hits as RVD gets back to his feet, standing over Desmond and taunting him with his thumb pose before leaving the ring and walking up the ramp, high-fiving some fans on his way to the back.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back on Impact, "Rising Sun" plays and Team Japan's Dragon Kid walks out, jogging down the ramp and climbing onto the ring apron, slingshotting himself over the ropes and rolling across the mat before getting back to his feet and walking into the corner. Then, "Nations" hits and Team International's Eric Young walks out, getting heat from the crowd. A smirking Young slowly walks down the ramp and enters the ring, standing in front of the camera and raising one hand in the air before walking into the corner opposite Dragon.

Match One
Dragon Kid vs. Eric Young
World X Cup

The bell rings and Dragon Kid and Eric Young approach each other, immediately locking up to get this contest underway. Young gets Dragon in a standing headlock and Kid pushes Eric away into the ropes, then lying on the mat as Young cartwheels over him which gets some laughs from the crowd. Young then stands still, holding both of his fists out and spinning around to punch the air. Eric runs at his opponent but Dragon hits him with a kick to the mid-section followed by a Snapmare. Kid runs off the ropes behind Young and hits him with a stiff kick to the back before pulling him down to the mat by his shoulders and making the first cover of the match but Eric kicks out. Dragon gets back to his feet and gets Young up, Irish whipping him into the corner of the ring. Kid rolls across the mat before running up and going for a Running Forearm Smash but Eric beats him to it with a boot to the face. Dragon staggers backwards and Young kicks him in the mid-section, before getting him in a front facelock and hitting the Japanese star with a Suplex. For the next two minutes or so, Eric is mainly in control of the match, until going over the top rope after Dragon reverses an attempted Clothesline with a Back Body Drop.

Kid then sends Young off the ring apron and down to the concrete floor with a Dropkick before waiting for Eric to get back up and running off the ropes behind him, sprinting across the ring and taking out Young with a Suicide Dive! The crowd cheer, chanting 'TNA! TNA! TNA!' as Dragon Kid gets back to his feet and raises his hands in the air before getting Eric to his feet and subsequently getting him, as well as himself, back in the ring. Dragon then takes control of the match for the next two minutes, but as the contest reaches its conclusion Young manages to build up some momentum against the Team Japan competitor. It proves to be vital, as Eric follows up a Gutwrench Suplex with his finishing maneuver, the devastating Piledriver, before pinning Dragon Kid and picking up the victory, the first one obtained by Team International so far in the World X Cup.

Eric Young def. Dragon Kid at 6:36

Young gets back to his feet and ignores the referee Mike Posey, raising his hand in the air himself and then leaving the ring, walking up the ramp and disappearing behind the curtain without bothering to celebrate anymore. Mike Tenay and Mick Foley update the World X Cup rankings for us, saying that Team TNA are in first and Team International, Team Japan and Team Mexico are all tied with six points but the Gauntlet Match is worth four points which means whoever wins it will win their team the 2010 World X Cup.

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The video begins with a shot of the pyro display from Lockdown.

Narrator: The road to victory can take its toll.

Shots of Angle hitting Jeff Hardy with the Angle Slam, and D’Angelo Dinero lying on the mat holding his mid-section.

Narrator: It can bring you reward or defeat.

AJ Styles hitting a 450 Splash, and Jeff Hardy missing his Swanton Bomb from the top of the Cage at Lockdown.

Narrator: It can start and end careers.

Mr. Anderson reaching up for his microphone, and Jeff Jarrett lying in the ring with his face covered in blood.

Narrator: It only takes one night to change everything.

Desmond Wolfe giving the crowd his two-fingered gesture, and Rob Van Dam hitting Jay Lethal with the Five-Star Frog Splash.

Narrator: And on July 11, the stars of TNA Wrestling... will walk the Victory Road.

TNA VICTORY ROAD - JULY 11 - TOLEDO, OHIO

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*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back from the break, "Kaz" hits to cheers from the crowd and Kazarian walks out, posing on the stage before walking down the ramp, high-fiving some fans and stepping into the ring. Kazarian climbs to the second rope in the corner and poses for the crowd again before climbing back down. Then, "El Mejor" blares out and El Zorro walks through the curtain, casually strolling down the ramp and entering the ring. Zorro walks into the corner with a smirk on his face opposite Kazarian, who is jumping up and down and loosening up for the match.

Match Two
El Zorro vs. Kazarian
World X Cup

The bell rings for the match to get underway and El Zorro and Kazarian circle each other around the ring before locking up. Zorro immediately forces Kazarian backwards into the corner of the ring, but the referee Jackson James gets in between them and the Mexican Zorro is forced to back away. Once the referee has stepped out of the way, Zorro picks up where he left off, running at his opponent but Kazarian comes back with a right hand which sends Zorro staggering backwards. Kazarian comes out of the corner and hits Zorro with a couple more right hands before running off the ropes. Zorro goes for a Clothesline but Kazarian cleverly avoids it by sliding through his legs and quickly getting back to his feet, hitting Zorro with a Dropkick as soon as the Team Mexico competitor turns around. Kazarian then hooks the legs, making the cover but Zorro gets the shoulder up on two without having to put much effort into it. Kazarian gets back up and gets Zorro to his feet, hitting him with a handful of Chops to the sternum which get 'Wooooo's from the crowd. Kazarian then runs off the ropes and charges towards his opponent, but Zorro stops him in his tracks with a kick to the mid-section, followed by a Neckbreaker. Zorro then makes the cover, but Kazarian kicks out on two.

After that combination, Zorro takes control for about a minute and a half, not doing much apart from trying to wear Kazarian down. He keeps the TNA star in an Abdominal Stretch for thirty seconds, until Kazarian fights out of it with some elbows to the mid-section. Zorro tries to immediately get back on track, grabbing Kazarian and attempting a Back Suplex but Kazarian flips backwards and lands on his feet behind him. Zorro turns around and Kazarian grabs him, hitting him with the Wave of The Future! Kazarian then makes the cover, with victory in his sights, but Zorro manages to get the shoulder up just a split-second before the three count! Kazarian knows how close he came to winning the match there but he doesn't let that near fall distract him, getting Zorro back to his feet and Irish whipping him into the corner of the ring. Kazarian approaches him and hits the Mexican with some more Chops before lifting him to the top rope and then climbing up there. He tries to get Zorro in position for the Flux Capacitor, but he fights out of it with some elbows to the neck. Zorro then pushes Kazarian down to the mat and regains his composure before going for an Elbow Drop, but Kazarian moves out of the way and crashes down to the mat!

From then until the end of the match, neither competitor is able to gain the upper hand despite Zorro missing an Elbow Drop from the top rope. Kazarian builds up some momentum with some right hands before running off the ropes but Zorro hits him with a Flapjack, which drives Kazarian face-first into the canvas. Zorro subsequently locks Kazarian in the Zorro Stretch, which is a Cross-Legged STF, and Kazarian valiantly tries to escape from the hold but when it dawns on him that he can't, he reluctantly taps out and Zorro picks up the victory for Team Mexico!

El Zorro def. Kazarian at 7:02

Zorro gets back to his feet and has his hand raised by the referee Jackson James, before walking to the camera and saying 'El Domingo es nuestro tiempo' which translates to 'Sunday is our time', then leaving the ring and walking up the ramp to the back. Tenay says this now means Team Mexico are first, one point ahead of Team TNA in the World X Cup rankings going into the big Gauntlet Match on Sunday at Victory Road in Toledo.

Backstage, Eric Bischoff is sat in his office doing nothing as always, when the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson walks in wearing a Fortune T-shirt over his ring gear and holding his title belt over his shoulder with a smirk on his face.

Eric Bischoff: Ken Anderson... what can I do for you?

Mr. Anderson: Well, Eric, after last week's... unfortunate incident should I say, AJ ain't here tonight so I guess that... means... I don't have a match tonight, right? And maybe not on Sunday either?

Bischoff smirks at Anderson, before standing up.

Eric Bischoff: Well I'm sure you'd wish that was the case.

Mr. Anderson: What? No! Absolutely not!

Eric Bischoff: Then I guess I won't have to worry about anything when I tell you that I just got off the phone to AJ, and he said not only will he be at Victory Road on Sunday... but he also told me who he's picked to be your opponent tonight.

Anderson tries to hide a look of anger on his face, which he does but he also clenches his fists.

Mr. Anderson: Well, uh... could ya' tell me who he picked?

Eric Bischoff: Well, for starters it's just one guy, because AJ said that not only did he have a lot of faith in this guy to beat you on his own, but he also wanted to make sure that everybody knew how 'weak' you are, his words, not mine. But as far as who it is goes... like you said last week, Kenny... you'll find out when everybody else does.

Eric winks at him before sitting back down, and Anderson turns around and leaves as we go to another break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back on Thursday Night Impact, the camera is behind the curtain with Jeremy and Max Buck, collectively known as Generation Me.

Max Buck: A lot of people say that me and Jeremy aren't exactly the best talkers in TNA, some think that it gives us a disadvantage in the #1 Contender's match on Sunday at Victory Road because we haven't talked up our chances like everybody else. But come on, that doesn't matter at all.

Jeremy Buck: As cliché as it is, we do our talking in the ring and seeing as we had a TNA World Tag Team Championship match a few weeks ago at Slammiversary, I wouldn't say it's holding us back.

Max Buck:'Machine Guns, we had one hell of a match at Slammiversary, we almost had you beat but you had luck on your side on the night and you know that. After we win the #1 Contender's match at Victory Road, you'll be seeing us again and the next time you face us for the belts, you won't be so lucky.

The duo then walk through the curtain as "My Generation" hits to cheers from the crowd and Max and Jeremy jog down the ramp, high-fiving some fans before simultaneously sliding under the ropes into the ring. Then, "Nightmare" plays and Shane Helms and Shannon Moore walk out, walking down the ramp side-by-side and entering the ring. Both climb to the second rope in opposite corners of the ring and pose for the crowd before climbing back down. "Watch Out, Watch Out" hits to a mixed reaction from the crowd and Brother Ray and Brother Devon walk out, some cheering them for their ECW history. Both of them pose on the stage before walking down the ramp and entering the ring. Then, "To Live And Die In LAX" blares out and Hernandez and Homicide walk out, getting cheers from the crowd. The duo walk down the ramp, both high-fiving some fans, before they enter the ring and Hernandez poses for the crowd whilst Homicide slaps his hand against his chest and shouts 'Olele!' They then walk into the corner of the ring in preparation for the match to begin.

Match Three (Recap)
Generation Me vs. The Latin American Exchange vs. Shane Helms & Shannon Moore vs. Team 3D
Four-Team Over-The-Top-Rope Battle Royal

As soon as the bell rings for this Four-Team Over-The-Top-Rope Battle Royal to get underway, it is absolute chaos in the ring with all eight competitors scattered across the ring trying to eliminate each other. It takes roughly three minutes for the first team to be eliminated from the match and that team turns out to be the veterans, Team 3D, after The Latin American Exchange, Hernandez and Homicide, work together to force Brother Devon over the ropes and out of the ring. Two minutes later, Shane Helms and Shannon Moore are gone when Helms Irish whips Max Buck into the ropes and runs at him but Max manages to jump up and connect with a Hurricanrana which sends Shane over the top rope and out of the ring. Then, it is down to Generation Me and The Latin American Exchange and they fight each other for a prolonged period of time, until Homicide runs at Jeremy Buck who is standing by the ropes and Jeremy holds down the top rope, as Homicide goes over it and falls to the floor! Generation Me pick up a huge victory going into Victory Road on Sunday in Toledo!

Generation Me def. The Latin American Exchange, Shane Helms & Shannon Moore and Team 3D at 7:30

Max staggers back into the middle of the ring and has his hand raised by the referee Andrew Thomas to cheers from the crowd, as does Jeremy. The two brothers then raise each other's hands before both motioning around their waists that they will soon be the TNA World Tag Team Champions and leaving the ring, high-fiving some fans as they walk up the ramp to the back.

Backstage, Jeff Hardy is stood up against a white wall in his ring gear. Time for CHARISMA~!

Jeff Hardy: AJ was meant to be facing James Storm tonight but it looks like I'm facing him instead after what happened last week. AJ's a good friend of mine, and tonight I'm gonna do what AJ would have done if he was here, and that's kick Storm's ass, just like AJ will this Sunday when he takes back the title from Mr. Anderson. But after Victory Road, AJ, once you've got the belt back, we're gonna pick up where we left off at Lockdown and you're gonna have to deal with me, Jeff Hardy.

The camera cuts away as we go to a commercial break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back from the break, Mike Tenay and Mick Foley run through the card for Victory Road this Sunday; Daffney defending the TNA Knockouts Championship against Angelina Love, a Four-Way Tag Team Elimination Match between Generation Me, The Latin American Exchange, Shane Helms & Shannon Moore and Team 3D, a Gauntlet Match involving all the members in all four of the teams in the World X Cup, The Motor City Machine Guns defending the TNA World Tag Team Championships against The British Invasion, D’Angelo Dinero against Matt Morgan for Dinero’s TNA Global Championship, James Storm versus Robert Roode in a Street Fight, Desmond Wolfe against Rob Van Dam in a Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match and Mr. Anderson defending the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against AJ Styles.

Then, "Scream" plays to heat from the crowd and the TNA Knockouts Champion Daffney walks out with the title strapped around her waist. With a scowl on her face, she walks down the ramp and slides into the ring, getting on her knees and letting out a reverberating scream before getting back up. "Invasion" blares out and Douglas Williams and Magnus walk out, getting more boos. Both wearing jackets with the Union Jack logo on the back of them, Magnus and Williams both make their signature pose before walking down the ramp and entering the ring. "Girlfriend" hits and Angelina Love walks out to cheers from the crowd, posing on the stage before walking down the ramp and climbing onto the ring apron, entering the ring through the ropes. Then, "Motorcity" blares out to a great reaction from the Philadelphia crowd and the TNA World Tag Team Champions The Motor City Machine Guns walk through the curtain, Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin posing back-to-back both wearing black jackets with their belts around their waists. Sabin and Shelley walk down the ramp, high-fiving some fans before sliding into the ring and both climbing to the second rope in opposite corners to pose for the crowd. They then walk into the corner and join Angelina, The British Invasion doing the same with Daffney.

Match Four
Angelina Love & The Motor City Machine Guns vs. Daffney & The British Invasion
Six-Person Tag Team Match

After discussion in both camps, the two Knockouts involved in this match, Angelina Love and the TNA Knockouts Champion Daffney, start off the contest. Nothing spectacular happens with these two in the ring, and after approximately a minute and a half they both tag out, Love to Chris Sabin and Daffney to Douglas Williams. The match picks up when Sabin and Williams enter the ring and when they enter the ring it's Sabin who immediately takes control, hitting Douglas with two consecutive Hip Tosses followed by a Spinning Heel Kick. Chris then makes the cover, Williams kicking out on two, and Sabin gets right back to work, getting the Englishman to his feet. Chris Irish whips him into the corner and then runs across the ring, going for a Clothesline but Douglas moves out of the way and Sabin almost goes crashing into the turnbuckles but manages to stop himself from doing so just in time. However, Williams immediately takes advantage, driving Chris' head backwards into the canvas with a Russian Leg Sweep before covering him but Sabin manages to kick out on two.

After that, Williams tags Magnus into the match and the two of them isolate Sabin in the ring for a while, not letting either of his tag team partners get in. Magnus hits Chris with some stomps before getting him in a Sleeper Hold and Sabin manages to break out of it several moments later, running off the ropes but Magnus flattens the TNA World Tag Team Champion with a Big Boot. For the next two minutes, Magnus remains in control with Sabin trying to fight back a few times but every time he does, the Englishman stops Chris from building up any momentum. However, on the six minute mark Sabin begins to make a comeback when Magnus lifts him onto his shoulders in position for the Tormentum but Chris manages to get out of it. When Magnus turns around, Sabin hits him with a kick to the mid-section which brings him down to one knee and Sabin then hits him with an Enzuigiri! Magnus falls to the mat and Chris quickly crawls across the canvas, tagging Alex Shelley into the match! The fresh Shelley jumps over the ropes as Magnus also tags out to Douglas Williams and they both run at each other, Williams going for a Tilt-a-Whirl Backbreaker, but Alex reverses it into a Tilt-a-Whirl Headscissors!

Shelley doesn't let Williams get in any offence during the time they are in the ring, until Alex tags Angelina Love into the match after hitting a Dropkick. Douglas makes the compulsory tag to the TNA Knockouts Champion Daffney and she enters the ring, running at Love but Angelina lifts her up and plants her Victory Road opponent on the canvas with a Scoop Slam. Love then runs off the ropes and hits Daffney with an Elbow Drop, followed by a cover, but Daffney kicks out. Soon after, Shelley and Magnus are both tagged in and both get in some decent offence, until Alex climbs to the top rope and waits for Magnus to get up. When he gets to a vertical base, Shelley goes for a Cross Body but Magnus catches him in mid-air, hoists him onto the back of his shoulders, and nails Shelley with the Tormentum! Magnus makes the cover and Sabin and Angelina, both tired from this match, are a bit too slow to react as the three count is made, and Magnus wins the match for his team!

Daffney & The British Invasion def. Angelina Love & The Motor City Machine Guns at 8:03

Magnus gets to his feet and has his hand raised by the referee Mike Posey to heat from the crowd, as Douglas Williams enters the ring to congratulate his tag team partner. Daffney takes her TNA Knockouts Championship and leaves, as do The British Invasion moments later whilst Love and Sabin check on Shelley in the ring. Magnus and Williams walk up the ramp to the stage and Magnus says to the camera, 'You'll see more of that on Sunday', followed by a wink, before the duo walk behind the curtain.

Mike Tenay frantically tells us there's something going on in the back, and when the camera cuts backstage we see Stevie Richards on the floor... with Samoa Joe underneath him and choking Richards out! Stevie looks damn near unconscious as security guards and road agents rush to the scene and break it up, as Joe gets to his feet and looks back at Richards before smirking and then turning to the camera.

Samoa Joe: ANDERSON! ... I hope you're watching. Because that...

Joe looks at Richards before turning back to the camera.

Samoa Joe: ... will be you. And it'll be sooner... a lot sooner... than you expect.

The crowd cheer as Joe walks away, and we go to a commercial break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back from the break, we're at the announce table with Tenay and Foley and they run through the Victory Road card, which consists of; Daffney defending the TNA Knockouts Championship against Angelina Love, a Four-Way Tag Team Elimination Match between Generation Me, The Latin American Exchange, Shane Helms & Shannon Moore and Team 3D, a Gauntlet Match involving all the members in all four of the teams in the World X Cup, The Motor City Machine Guns defending the TNA World Tag Team Championships against The British Invasion, D’Angelo Dinero against Matt Morgan for Dinero’s TNA Global Championship, James Storm versus Robert Roode in a Street Fight, Desmond Wolfe against Rob Van Dam in a Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match and Mr. Anderson defending the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against AJ Styles.

The camera then cuts backstage, where Kazarian is sat in the Team TNA locker room with his teammates Amazing Red and Jay Lethal, when the TNA X Division Champion and Team TNA captain, 'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels, walks in shaking his head.

Kazarian: And you're shaking your head... why?

Christopher Daniels: Why? Well take a good, hard look in the mirror and you'll know!

Kazarian stands up, getting in Daniels' face.

Kazarian: I'm still not getting anything.

Christopher Daniels: You screwed up tonight! I won my match, even Lethal and Red won theirs, but you didn't! You could have proved me wrong, you could have proved that you actually deserve to be on this team, but no! I don't even wanna see you on Sunday, because you'll just go and screw up again, won't you?!

Kazarian: You're blaming this on me?! Get the hell out of here. You think you're the captain of this team but you haven't done a damn thing apart from criticize everybody apart from yourself.

Lethal stands up and tries to restore peace.

Jay Lethal: Whoa, whoa, come on now-

Christopher Daniels: Shut up, Lethal!

Kazarian: I'll shut you up right now.

Kazarian then hits Daniels with a right hand to the jaw, and then drives him backwards into the wall! The two of them fight each other, pummeling one another with blows, and Lethal and Red have to break it up, pulling Kazarian back and making sure Daniels doesn't move. They both try to break free to no avail, as we go elsewhere.

We see 'The Tennessee Cowboy' James Storm walking down a corridor on his way to the ring wearing a Fortune shirt over his ring-gear and a cowboy hat along with a bottle of beer in his hand. The camera then cuts to 'The Charismatic Enigma' Jeff Hardy, also on his way to the ring. Tenay tells us they will go one-on-one after the break.

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Back from the break, the camera is in the TNA Global Champion 'The Pope' D'Angelo Dinero's locker room.

D'Angelo Dinero: It looks like Fortune don't have many friends, doesn't it? They go around, thinkin' they own TNA, but c'mon now, they ain't as powerful as they look. Ric Flair, as great a wrestler as he was, has got nothin', and the same goes for Anderson, Wolfe, Storm and that big bad monster Pope's defending this TNA Global Championship against on Sunday... Matt Morgan. Matt, you didn't need to attack Pope backstage to get an opportunity, daddy. Believe Pope when he says he doesn't just want a piece of Fortune, he wants the whole cake! But Morgan, all you've done is add fuel to the fire and at Victory Road, in front of The Pope's congregation in Toledo, Pope's gonna give you your last rites. Pope has spoken.

The camera then cuts away.

In The Arena, "Four" blares out to heat from the crowd and James Storm walks out, wearing a cowboy hat and a Fortune shirt over his ring gear with a bottle of beer in his hand. Storm saunters down the ramp and enters the ring, removing his entrance attire and taking a drink from his beer before putting the bottle down and walking into the corner. Then, "Modest" plays and Jeff Hardy walks out as the lights go out and the crowd comes alive with cheers. Hardy walks down the ramp, high-fiving some fans before sliding under the ropes into the ring and then running to the corner and jumping to the second rope, posing for the crowd. Jeff climbs down and walks into the corner, standing opposite Storm.

Match Five
James Storm vs. Jeff Hardy
Singles Match

(I'm not feeling very motivated right now, and I don't want to stall myself so for this match and the next one I'm just gonna write the ending.)

Ending: We're just short of eight minutes into the match and neither man has been able to gain a clear advantage so far, but right now James Storm is closer to having control than Jeff Hardy. Storm has Hardy locked in a One-Leg Boston Crab, the one leg being the right, and Jeff is stuck in the middle of the ring, desperately trying to get to the ropes. The Arena comes alive with chants of 'Hardy! Hardy! Hardy!' and Jeff feeds off the crowd's energy, edging across the ring with a look of sheer determination on his face... and Hardy gets to the ropes! The crowd go wild, but Storm hangs on until the referee's count of four, then reluctantly letting go. The referee gives James a talking to but 'The Tennessee Cowboy' gets in his face, shouting 'You can't tell me what to do, boy, I'm Fortune! You work for us!' but meanwhile Jeff is back up, and he hits Storm with a Dropkick to the back, Storm going forward and knocking the referee through the ropes and out of the ring! Nobody sells quite like a referee. James turns around and Hardy kicks him in the mid-section, applies a front facelock, lifts him up and plants Storm face-first into the mat with an Inverted Sitout Suplex Slam!

Hardy makes the cover, but he then realizes that the referee is outside of the ring knocked down. Then, the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson comes out to the ring his ring gear with his title while Hardy is just getting back to a vertical base, and as soon as he gets up and turns around, Anderson nails Jeff with a title belt shot to the face! Hardy falls to the mat and the crowd heavily boo Anderson who looks at 'The Charismatic Enigma' with a smirk on his face before quickly leaving the ring and reviving the referee on the outside, throwing him back into the ring. Storm slowly lays an arm over Hardy as the referee slowly makes the cover, and the title belt blow to the head is enough to do it, as the three count is made and Storm picks up a huge victory over Jeff Hardy!

James Storm def. Jeff Hardy at 9:45

Storm gets to his feet and ignores the referee, having his raised by Anderson when he enters the ring as the crowd boo in disapproval. Anderson drops his TNA World Heavyweight Championship and he and Storm proceed to stomp away at Hardy, victory obviously not enough, but moments later Robert Roode runs out and charges down the ramp to the ring! James quickly leaves the ring and hops over the barricade, hiding behind some fans whilst Anderson also leaves the ring but stays on the outside. Roode stands in the middle of the ring on his own, having a staredown with the World Champ, until "White Train" hits and Eric Bischoff walks out with a microphone, getting a mixed reaction from the crowd.

Eric Bischoff: Anderson! Allow me to introduce your opponent hand-picked by AJ Styles... the man standing in the ring right now, Robert Roode!

Roode smirks and nods his head at Anderson, whose eyes light up in shock. He cautiously walks around the ring and reaches under the ropes, taking his title belt and shouting at SoCal Val 'Keep it safe!' before entering the ring. Hardy is helped out of the ring by Roode, and Tenay tells us our main event match will begin after the break and we will stay for it in its entirety!

*COMMERCIAL BREAK*

Match Six
Mr. Anderson vs. Robert Roode
Singles Match

Ending: We're approaching the nine-minute mark and Robert Roode has pulled out all the stops in this match, looking incredibly comfortable in the ring against the main guy in TNA, the leader of Fortune, the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr. Anderson. Roode currently has a lot of momentum on his side after hitting a series of Clotheslines and capping the flurry off with a Back Body Drop and Anderson gets to a vertical base, running at Roode and swinging a wild right hand at him. However, Roode blocks it and hits Ken with a blow of his own, then connecting with a few more before Irish whipping Anderson into the ropes and then hits the loudmouth with a thunderous RR Spinebuster! The crowd erupt as Roode hooks his legs and makes the cover, possibly on the brink of victory... NO! Anderson kicks out on two-and-a-half! An exhausted Roode sits up, slowly getting back to a vertical base before getting Anderson to his feet. Roode gets him in a front facelock and hooks his leg, in position for the Pay Off, but Anderson manages to fight out of it with some blows to the mid-section.

Roode looks to regain control with an attempted Clothesline, but Anderson ducks it, lifts Roode up onto his shoulders, and hits him with a Rolling Fireman's Carry Slam! Anderson covers, anticipating victory, but Roode kicks out just before the count of three! Anderson can't believe it, and he looks at the referee with a look of disbelief on his face before getting back up and glaring at Roode who is still down. Anderson gets Roode up and gets him in position for the Mic Drop, but Roode manages to surprise him with a Small Package pin, and he gets a near fall, but Anderson manages to kick out on two and three quarters! Moments later, the two beleaguered competitors get back up and go back to war, Roode going for a kick to the mid-section but Anderson catches his leg, hits him with a kick of his own, gets him in position and nails Roode with the Mic Drop! Anderson then makes the cover... and wins the match! Anderson wins, but Roode came agonizingly close to getting the victory on more than one occasion and took the TNA World Heavyweight Champion to the limit here tonight!

Mr. Anderson def. Robert Roode at 12:01

Anderson gets to his feet and has his hand raised by the referee Dave Hebner, before pulling away and snatching his TNA World Heavyweight Championship from SoCal Val's hands. He holds his title up in the air with a smirk on his face, getting more heat from the crowd, before leaving the ring and walking up the ramp. When Anderson reaches the stage, he looks back to the ring and sees Roode on his knees, holding his thumb and index finger close together and saying 'I came that close to beating you' as the show goes off the air.

*END SHOW*


Quick Results:
Eric Young def. Dragon Kid at 6:36
El Zorro def. Kazarian at 7:02
Four-Team Over-the-Top-Rope Battle Royal: Generation Me def. The Latin American Exchange, Shane Helms & Shannon Moore and Team 3D at 7:30
The British Invasion & Daffney def. Angelina Love & The Motor City Machine Guns at 8:03
James Storm def. Jeff Hardy at 9:45
Mr. Anderson def. Robert Roode at 12:01

Card For Victory Road - Toledo, Ohio - July 11, 2010
TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Mr. Anderson © vs. AJ Styles
Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match: Desmond Wolfe vs. Rob Van Dam
Street Fight: James Storm vs. Robert Roode
TNA Global Championship: D’Angelo Dinero © vs. Matt Morgan
TNA World Tag Team Championships: The Motor City Machine Guns © vs. The British Invasion
World X Cup: 4-Team Gauntlet Match
TNA World Tag Team Championships #1 Contender’s Four-Way Elimination Match: Generation Me vs. The Latin American Exchange vs. Shane Helms & Shannon Moore vs. Team 3D
TNA Knockouts Championship: Daffney © vs. Angelina Love
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Little disappointed that there's been no feedback for my last two shows, but not too concerned. I'm gonna start making my way towards Victory Road now, which I'm making slow progress on as I've only written two matches so far. Here's the first hype video.

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Video #1
James Storm vs. Robert Roode
Victory Road


The video begins with a shot of James Storm and Robert Roode, in the ring holding up the TNA World Tag Team Championships.

Narrator: Beer Money... a team that has revolutionized professional wrestling.

Roode and Storm posing on the stage as their pyro goes off.

Narrator: A team that has won several TNA World Tag Team Championships.

Roode and Storm hitting the DUI.

Narrator: A team...

Storm raising Roode's hand in the air after their match at Slammiversary, and James looking at his beer bottle as he stands behind him.

Narrator: ... torn apart.

Storm smashing the beer bottle over Roode's head and standing over him in the ring, before cutting to Storm who is sat in the studio with a bottle of beer in his hand.

James Storm: Y'know, ever since Slammiversary, Bobby's been blamin' me for what happened. He thinks that I smashed a bottle over the back of his head for no good reason... (Smirks) ... well Bobby, ya' need to take a long, good look at yourself, boy, 'cause I don't do anythin' for no reason.

Cut to Roode.

Robert Roode: It took a while for it to sink in... being betrayed by not only my tag team partner, the guy who I've held several TNA World Tag Team Championships with... but my best friend. I didn't see it coming, even after everything that happened leading up to Slammiversary and knowing how James did the exact same thing to Chris Harris four years ago.

Storm smashing a beer bottle over the back of Harris' head four years ago.

James Storm: He was always the weak link in our team, yet I was always able to pull Beer Money through the hard times until I came to the realization that it just wasn't worth it anymore. What Bobby needs to do, is come to the realization that he's to blame. The blood's on his hands, not mine.

Shot of Roode on the mat, bleeding from the head, before cutting to Roode.

Robert Roode: Why did he do it? I don't know. James could have been a man and told me that he wanted to go out on his own, blaze his own trail in this business, and I would have respected his decision. I mean, hell, I wanna do the same thing and I will. But instead, he stabbed me in the back and now he's with Ric Flair in Fortune.

James Storm: Look at me now; I've never felt better. I'm with 'The Nature Boy' Ric Flair, and I'm with the best in this business. Wouldn't you feel great if you were workin' with Ric Flair? Well you're not, and you never will, 'cause Fortune is TNA, Fortune is this business and Fortune is the best.

Cut to a graphic of Roode and Storm, advertising their Street Fight at Victory Road.

Narrator: This Sunday at Victory Road on pay per view, James Storm and Robert Roode will settle their differences in Toledo in a Street Fight.

Cut back to Roode.

Robert Roode: I don't care anymore about money, or suits, or cars, because all I care about is making sure that July 11 is a night that James Storm will never forget for the wrong reasons. James, this Sunday at Victory Road it isn't about professional wrestling... it isn't even about fighting. It's about redemption, it's about getting even, it's about putting you through hell.

James Storm: Bobby, this Sunday I'm takin' you out. This is Fortune's company now, and we don't want guys like you in our ring, so enjoy the ride, Bobby, 'cause it's gonna be your last.

Robert Roode: At Slammiversary, I had to see my blood on my own hands. Well James, this Sunday you can bet your sorry ass there's gonna be blood on my hands, but it's not gonna be mine... it's gonna be yours.

We fade to black.
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I've been on and off reading your shows. I'll keep track of it from here on out, hopefully I don't get lost. Keep up the awesome work.
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Video #2
Desmond Wolfe vs. Rob Van Dam
Victory Road


The video begins with the Sacrifice logo appearing on the screen, and we then see Desmond Wolfe hitting Rob Van Dam with the Jawbreaker Lariat and pinning him at that pay per view.

Narrator: At Sacrifice, Desmond Wolfe and Rob Van Dam faced off for the first time ever, three months into their bitter rivalry. Wolfe defeated Van Dam, but it was under controversial circumstances.

The Slammiversary logo then flashes across the screen, and we see RVD jumping off a Ladder and putting Wolfe through two tables with a Five-Star Frog Splash, with the referee counting ten.

Narrator: One month later at TNA's eight-year anniversary, Slammiversary, RVD and Wolfe met again, this time in a helacious Last Man Standing Match. It was meant to end their rivalry, but a draw meant it was far from over.

We then see Van Dam taking out a Ladder from underneath the ring and setting it up, before cutting to Wolfe sitting at the top of a Ladder the following week.

Narrator: But this Sunday at Victory Road in Toledo, Ohio, the five-month rivalry between Desmond Wolfe and Rob Van Dam finally comes to an end... in a Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match.

The camera then cuts to Wolfe, who is sat in an interview studio.

Desmond Wolfe: So this Sunday at Victory Road, it's myself and Rob Van Dam in what he calls a 'Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match'... which means that whoever loses, leaves TNA. (Laughs) Rob, I think you've taken two beatings from, well, me too many because you need to understand that you can't beat me.

Cut to RVD.

Rob Van Dam: I wouldn't have challenged Desmond to this kind of match, a match with such high stakes and ramifications... if I didn't think I could beat him. Desmond's a pretty smart guy, but come on, nobody knows RVD better than RVD, you know what I mean?

Desmond Wolfe: I'll admit, I wasn't at my best at Slammiversary. Rob Van Dam had the chance to beat me in our Last Man Standing Match, something that not many people have done in TNA... but he blew it. He put the fans ahead of himself so he could give them something to remember, and what do I think about that? Well, I think he's bloody stupid.

Rob Van Dam: I could have beat Desmond at Slammiversary, sure, but I'm actually kind of glad that I didn't because if I did, then this match on Sunday wouldn't be happening. And besides... look at him. He hasn't been the same since Slammiversary.

A graphic previewing their match appears on the screen.

Narrator: After this Sunday, one man will leave TNA. Will it be Desmond Wolfe or Rob Van Dam?

Desmond Wolfe: Rob has nobody to blame but himself. He had the chance to prove to me that he could beat me but he couldn't, and now it's gonna cost him his job. Shame, eh?

Rob Van Dam: I'm not gonna lie, Desmond's a good competitor, but he doesn't have a future in TNA. I'm gonna climb that Ladder, sign that contract and fire Desmond from this company for good.

Desmond Wolfe: After this Sunday, I'll be making history, and Rob Van Dam... will be history.

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my victory road predictions with the winner/s in bold


Card For Victory Road - Toledo, Ohio - July 11, 2010
TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Mr. Anderson © vs. AJ Styles
Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match: Desmond Wolfe vs. Rob Van Dam
Street Fight: James Storm vs. Robert Roode
TNA Global Championship: D’Angelo Dinero © vs. Matt Morgan
TNA World Tag Team Championships: The Motor City Machine Guns © vs. The British Invasion
World X Cup: 4-Team Gauntlet Match
TNA World Tag Team Championships #1 Contender’s Four-Way Elimination Match: Generation Me vs. The Latin American Exchange vs. Shane Helms & Shannon Moore vs. Team 3D
TNA Knockouts Championship: Daffney © vs. Angelina Love

at first i thought storm would win the street fight but after reading the video package thing i think that roode will win. the video package thinngs are well written and i cant wait to see the next

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Mr. Anderson vs. AJ Styles
Victory Road


The video begins with the Slammiversary logo appearing on the screen, and we then see Desmond Wolfe, James Storm and Matt Morgan all interfering in the King of the Mountain Match for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

Narrator: Last month at Slammiversary, the TNA World Heavyweight Championship was on the line in the annual King of the Mountain Match, but it was hijacked by the group that would become known as Fortune.

Mr. Anderson climbing the Ladder and hanging the title up in the air, winning the match and the belt, and then holding the title in the air whilst sitting at the top of the Ladder.

Narrator: Mr. Anderson capitalized and hung the prestigious title in the air, becoming the new Champion, but in the process making a lot of enemies.

Samoa Joe stood inside the penalty box, scowling at Anderson.

Narrator: Four days later on iMPACT!, Anderson seemingly turned down a spot in Fortune...

Anderson and Styles shaking hands before their match four days after Slammiversary.

Narrator: ... but by the end of the night...

Anderson hitting AJ with the title belt, and raising his hands in the air with Fortune.

Narrator: ... the new Champion showed his true colours.

The camera then cuts to Anderson sat in an interview studio.

Mr. Anderson: Everybody's been whinin' and complainin' about how I 'stole' the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at Slammiversary, and how I betrayed AJ Styles, boohoo, yeah... but c'mon, (Points to himself) do I really look like a give a crap?

Cut to Styles.

AJ Styles: I'll admit, I was stupid to trust Mr. Anderson after what he did at Slammiversary but hey, that's in the past now. All I'm thinkin' about now, is takin' back the TNA World Heavyweight Championship that I never lost.

Mr. Anderson: AJ can talk about how he 'never lost' the title, but he knew damn well what he was gettin' himself in to when he walked into Anaheim against four other guys. So sorry, buddy, but ya' ain't gonna get any sympathy there.

AJ Styles: Anderson thinks that he can do whatever he wants around here, just 'cause he's in Fortune. They may look powerful, but they're gonna be gone real soon, trust me.

We see a graphic previewing their match.

Narrator: This Sunday at Victory Road in Toledo, live on pay per view, Mr. Anderson defends the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against the former holder of the title, 'The Phenomenal' AJ Styles!

AJ Styles: If Anderson can beat me fairly, then I'll gladly admit that he deserves that belt. But it's Mr. Anderson we're talkin' about here. He's gonna use every trick he's got up his sleeve to try and beat me, but in the end it won't matter, 'cause this Sunday at Victory Road, AJ Styles is takin' back the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

Mr. Anderson: I'm a winner, OK? I'm gonna do whatever it takes to win, but this Sunday, seein' as I'm facin' AJ Styles... I won't have to break a sweat. And AJ's dream of winnin' this title again is gonna be crushed by... guess who? MIIIISSSTTTAAAAAHHH ANNNDDDEERRRSSOONNNN... ANNNDDDEERRRSSOONNNN!!

We fade to black.
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