Latin American Exchange def. Generation Me, Shane Helms & Shannon Moore and Team 3D via Gringo Killa from Homicide on Jeremy Buck.
Daffney def. Angelina Love via Daff Knees to retain the TNA Knockouts Championship.
Team International def. Team Japan, Team Mexico & Team Japan in a Gauntlet Match to win the World X Cup. Alex Koslov eliminated Kazarian last.
Motor City Machine Guns def. British Invasion via Made in Detroit on Doug Williams to retain the TNA World Tag Team Championships.
Matt Morgan def. D'Angelo Dinero via Carbon Footprint to win the TNA Television Championship.
James Storm def. Robert Roode via interference from Chris Harris in a Street Fight.
Mr. Anderson def. AJ Styles via Mic Drop to retain the TNA World Championship.
Desmond Wolfe def. Rob Van Dam in a Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match. Van Dam is now gone from TNA. Afterwards, Rob was consoled by members of the roster.
* AJ Styles
* Alex Shelley
* Austin Creed
* Brian Kendrick
* Brother Devon
* Brother Ray
* Chris Sabin
* Christopher Daniels
* D’Angelo Dinero
* Desmond Wolfe
* Doug Williams
* Eric Young
* James Storm
* Jay Lethal
* Jeff Hardy
* Jeremy Buck
* Jesse Neal
* Kazuchika Okada
* Kenny King
* Kurt Angle - Taking time off
* Matt Morgan
* Max Buck
* Mr. Anderson
* Petey Williams
* Rhett Titus
* Robert Roode
* Samoa Joe
* Shane Helms
* Shannon Moore
* Shawn Daivari
* Stevie Richards
* The Amazing Red
TNA World Champion - Mr. Anderson TNA World Tag Team Champions - Motor City Machine Guns TNA X Division Champion - Christopher Daniels TNA Television Champion - Matt Morgan
Tag Teams All Night Express - Kenny King & Rhett Titus British Invasion - Douglas Williams & Magnus Generation Me - Max Buck & Jeremy Buck Japanese Lightning - Kiyoshi & Kazuchika Okada Latin American Exchange - Hernandez & Homicide Lethal Consequences - Jay Lethal & Austin Creed Motor City Machine Guns - Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin
Shane Helms & Shannon Moore Team 3D - Brother Ray & Brother Devon
Stables Fortune - Desmond Wolfe, James Storm, Matt Morgan, Mr. Anderson, Ric Flair
Shame on you for releasing Raven, Steiner, and Tomko. All could've been used as big players in this thread. The rest, however, are expendable. Hopefully you can go your own ways with this, and I wish you good luck.
Didn't expect a TNA thread from ya Shocker but either way you'll do good with it. :P Shame on releasing Raven, he's awesome . Other than that, it looks good thus far, as a few other TNA 2010 threads do, so I wish you luck. I'll be reading.
Shame your old thread ended because I was really getting in to that. I wonder how Jon will feel about you doing a TNA thread as well but I wish you the very best of luck as you certainly have the talent. Hopefully this will go far.
Bobby Lashley and his wife Kristal are not expected to remain with TNA for much longer. The promo Kristal cut last week is effectively the beginning of the end for their tenure with the company, and they could be written out as soon as at Genesis.
Matt and Nick Jackson, known as the Young Bucks, are expected to debut soon after they were signed last month, but it is not known if any other signings will be made in the near future. Names such as Ken Anderson, Brian Kendrick and numerous talents from ROH have been thrown around, but nothing has been heard about it.
Several releases have been confirmed this week, including Raven and Scott Steiner. The word is that they were informed that there were no plans for them, so they both agreed to depart on good terms. Whether they will ever return in the future is not known.
This Thursday's iMPACT! is going to have to cram in a lot in the show, with Genesis coming up this Sunday and only two matches confirmed, those being AJ Styles versus Kurt Angle for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship and the British Invasion defending the TNA World Tag Team Championships against Hernandez and Matt Morgan, at least five matches will have to be scheduled.
There's the first batch of news for the thread, and a preview should be up soon, as well as the show. I did my best to explain the releases of Raven and Steiner, I decided on the releases whilst I was writing the first show and doing some planning and unfortunately I couldn't see them fitting in. They might return if I have any significant ideas, but right now I don't. They're getting on a bit as well, and I enjoy working with younger talent as opposed to veterans.
Looking good so far. I'm all for the release of Stiener, doesn't offer much nowadays except for sometimes a hilarious promos. I'm a big fan of TNA, so glad I'm going to follow this from the very beginning. You're a fairly good booker from what I remember from when I was last properly active so no problems there.