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Some thoughts from the show. My months of inactivity mean that I haven't been keeping up with what's going on, so I'll try my best. The first show on Showtime is a good point to pick back up, I guess.

- Would be really helpful if you posted a roster showing who's face and heel and what tag teams there are.

- If it was up to me, the focus of the show in 2013 wouldn't be on Hogan, Bischoff and Jarrett, but to each their own

- I like the inclusion of foreign tag teams, and Shelley as X Division champ is good to see too. Division looks strong judging by the Shelley/Aries/Sabin match on the PPV card.

- VERY surprised to see this Noam Dar guy go over Roode (who should be main eventing ). I had to Google Dar to see who he was. I'll praise you for pushing someone who I'll go out on a limb and say NOBODY else has pushed in the section. Sad to see Roode take the loss though.

- Good to see Mitchell managing Abyss, the guy was at his absolute best when Mitchell was his mouthpiece. Not a huge fan of Lashley, but I guess if he's going after Bischoff then you have to make him look strong, and a win over Abyss accomplishes that.

- Surprised that you put Hardy in a world title match when he's in a tag team title match at the PPV. Good progression of the BI/Hardy and Manik feud with Daniels and Kaz interfering. I'm assuming that Styles is heel? Face AJ > heel AJ, IMO.

- Seems like Hennigan is going to be a big player in this thread judging by the way this show closed. Not a fan of him personally, and I'd rather see non-WWE guys at the top, but I guess it's an ending to the show that would entertain the new viewers.

Overall, I don't totally agree with the show being dominated by a Hogan/Bischoff feud, and not overly keen on Hennigan and Lashley, but some good stuff here.
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- TNA Showtime last night managed just a 0.6 rating meaning approximately 850,000 people tuned in. The show saw the return of Bobby Lashley, Jeff Jarrett and Karen Jarrett to the promotion whilst John Hennigan and Melina Perez debuted in the promotion. WWE Smackdown which featured a run of the mill tag team main event earned a 2.0 rating. Bischoff is said not to be too worried yet but Smackdown has won the opening round of the Friday Night Wars

- John Hennigan and Melina Perez are allegedly making a combined wage of 27,000 dollars a month. One has to question whether or not Hennigan is worth the money that is being paid and how long TNA can pay him for.

- Bobby Roode received an injury last night in his match against Noam Dar. A Missile Dropkick caused an injury to the neck of Roode. Roode is set to visit Doctors and receive scans this week to see the extent of his injury and how long he will be injured for

- Here is the press release for the upcoming episode of Impact Wrestling:

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TNA Impact comes to you this week from the Fitzgerald Field House in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania for 2 hours of hard hitting TNA action on Spike TV featuring all your favourite TNA stars such as Hulk Hogan, Jeff Hardy, AJ Styles, Magnus and many others.

In the main event we will see Pittsburgh's favourite son Kurt Angle compete in a singles match against Christopher Daniels. Kurt was asked by impactwrestling.com why he chose Christopher Daniels for this main event match. Kurt responded saying that Daniels took AJ to the limit multiple times and that if Kurt can beat Christopher Daniels he feels the match against AJ will be his. Daniels is eager to beat Angle and be seen as a World Heavyweight Title contender so this match promises to be great. Who will pull out a big victory before their respective matches at next weeks Pay Per View Final Resolution? You have to tune in and find out.

On TNA's newest television show (TNA Showtime) many wrestlers debuted and returned. One man who returned was Jeff Jarrett who was beaten down by his own guitar by John Hennigan when he called out Eric Bischoff. Jarrett after recovering demanded to know where Hennigan is but Hennigan had already left for the night. Jeff Jarrett on this weeks Impact will be in the building. Will Hennigan be there? Will Jarrett get revenge?

In other TNA Impact Wrestling action we will see the All Night Express of Kenny King and Rhett Titus collide with Greg Marasciulo and Petey Williams, we'll witness Frankie Kazarian take on Manik and we'll see Austin Aries wrestle in singles action against none other then Robbie E.

This edition of Impact promises to be a massive one so we here at impactwrestling.com encourage you to tune in and watch the show at 8/9c only on Spike TV
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TNA Impact Results:

- We get the regular Impact opening as the show opens and we are welcomed by JIM ROSS!, Mike Tenay and Taz who welcome us to the show. JR is the lead announcer here tonight as he hypes up the main event between Christopher Daniels and Kurt Angle before hyping TNA Showtime last week and promoting tomorrows episode.

- After the opening the music of Magnus hits and out he walks with the TNA Television Title on his shoulder in a pair of jeans and a T-Shirt. He walks down the ramp and enters the ring before posing on the turnbuckle and jumping down. He grabs the microphone from Christy Hemme and begins to talk about how much he loves Pittsburgh which gets him a big reaction from the fans. Magnus says last week he was talking to JR in the back about Samoa Joe and that Joe brutally attacked him "like a coward" Magnus claims that Joe keeps sneak attacking Magnus because he knows he can't beat him 1 on 1.

Magnus says if Joe is a man he'll come out and face him right now. Magnus waits a little while as the music of Samoa Joe hits and out he walks with a microphone in hand. He stops at the ramp with a smirk on his face and says Magnus just made the biggest mistake of his life calling him out. Joe charges the ring as suddenly security storm the ring seperating the two men who were about to brawl. The crowd starts booing as Magnus and Joe yell at eachother. Security move Joe out of the ring as we cut to commercial break.


TNA Singles Match:

Anarquia W/ Chavo Guerrero Vs Magnus


We return from commercial as Magnus is in the ring just in his jeans and sneakers. He warms up as the music of Revolution X hits and out come Anarquia and Chavo Guerrero. They argue with some fans at ringside and slide in as the angered Magnus immediately attacks Anarquia causing referee Brian Hebner to call for the opening bell.

Magnus isn't messing around as he chops Anarquia multiple times and whips him off the ropes delivering a hip toss on him. Anarquia gets up quickly but Magnus hits him with a scoop slam. The crowd are really behind Magnus right now as Chavo Guerrero attempts to climb up onto the apron and distract Magnus but is hit with a right hand to the head. Magnus turns around to Anarquia and is hit multiple times in the mid section and hit with a suplex. Anarquia has gained the advantage in this match as JR puts over Magnus a lot saying he's a future superstar and that Magnus reminds him of a young Sting.

Anarquia continued the beatdown using a variety of submission holds and high impact moves to keep Magnus down. Anarquia has Magnus on the top rope now and attempts a superplex but Magnus hits Anarquia twice and knocks him off the turnbuckle. Anarquia quickly rises up as Magnus nails him with a top rope clothesline. Both men are down as referee Brian Hebner begins counting but Magnus is up at a six count. He waits for Anarquia to stand up and as Anarquia does he gets speared into the corner. Magnus signals to the crowd that this is it as they cheer and a small "Magnus" chant starts.

Magnus wasn't going to wait any longer and hit the Mag Daddy Driver on Anarquia. Chavo was hit with a giant forearm to the head knocking him down as Magnus locks in the Cloverleaf. Anarquia almost immediately taps out as Magnus is declared the winner.

Post match the announcers take the time to put over Magnus as he celebrates in the ring. Revolution X stumble up the ramp as Magnus poses on the turnbuckle to the joy of the audience.

Magnus defeated Anarquia


- We cut to the back where Eric Bischoff is on the phone. He is talking about the return of Bobby Lashley and says that Abyss is going to hurt him at Final Resolution. "It's your job to make sure he goes down" says Bischoff as the two exchange goodbyes and the phone is hung up. Eric looks over at his team and says it will all be okay as we cut away with JR questioning who Bischoff could possibly be talking with.


- Jeff Jarrett is seated backstage with Karen Jarrett. Jeremy Borash questions Jarrett about what happened at TNA Showtime as Jarrett talks about how he has no idea where Hennigan came from. Jarrett speculates that Bischoff knew about his return and sent out Hennigan to deal with him. Jarrett says if he has to beat Hennigan to get to Bischoff he will. Jarrett challenges Hennigan to a match at Final Resolution and says it will be the end of Hennigan in TNA. We cut to commercial with JR saying that a match between Hennigan and Jarrett is a "dream match"


TNA Singles Match:

Austin Aries Vs Robbie E


We come back from commercial as Robbie E warms up in a corner doing squats. Austin Aries' music hits next as he comes out ready for action. He high fives some fans and leaps into the ring and climbs onto a turnbuckle posing to a nice reaction from the fans. He jumps down as referee Stiffler asks if he's ready. Aries nods his head as Brian Stiffler calls for the opening bell therefore signalling the start of the match.

Aries plays to the crowd and gets them behind him as the crowd start clapping their hands for him. Aries and Robbie E lock up as Aries immediately arm drags him and locks in an arm lock. Robbie E is in pain as he tries to reach the ropes but he can't reach. Aries releases the hold eventually and locks in a one legged boston crab as Robbie E attempts to get out of it but once he cannot. Robbie eventually gets to the ropes as Aries baseball slides the downed Robbie E to the floor. Robbie E lands hard on the floor as Jim Ross takes time to advertise the main event between Chris Daniels and Kurt Angle tonight. As he does this Aries leaps over the top rope right onto Robbie E which gets a nice reaction from the audience and Jim Ross himself.

Aries and Robbie make their way into the ring but Robbie this time has the advantage after poking Aries in the eyes and kicking him low. Robbie E hits a suplex and attempts a pin on Aries but Aries kicks out at two. The crowd start an Aries chant as he starts his come back hitting multiple arm drags and following them up with an enziguri. Aries quickly climbs to the top rope and nails a top rope missile dropkick onto Robbie. Robbie is down as Aries signals that this is the end as the crowd are way behind him. Aries waits patiently for Robbie E to stand up as the match continues.

As Robbie E slowly gets up he's immediately grabbed by Austin Aries and nailed with a Brainbuster right in the middle of the ring. Aries climbs up to the top rope after this and nails a 450 Splash landing directly on top of Robbie. Aries hooks the leg as referee Brian Stiffler drops down and counts to three awarding Austin Aries the match.

Post match the announcers put Aries over and hype the match coming up at Final Resolution which will see Austin Aries take on Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin for the TNA X-Division Championship in a triple threat match. JR says he can't wait to see that match as Taz and Tenay say that it will be a classic.

Austin Aries defeated Robbie E


- Chris Sabin is standing backstage with Jeremy Borash who questions him about what he just saw. Sabin says he's a big fan of Aries and respects his talent just like he respects Shelley's talent. Sabin says the match at Final Resolution 2013 is going to be amazing and one to be remembered. Sabin says he's leaving Final Resolution as the TNA X-Division Champion. We cut to commercial after the announcers hype the triple threat some more.


- We return from commercial where Manik is warming up in the backstage area. He is soon joined by Jeff Hardy who informs him that he's been doing great lately as his partner. Hardy says that he hopes the run of form can continue tonight against Kazarian. Hardy says he'll be watching Manik's back for him tonight. The two high five as we cut away.


TNA Singles Match:

Frankie Kazarian Vs Manik


Frankie Kazarian comes out first with the TNA World Tag Team Title around his waist. He struts out to the ring as the announcers show us what has been happening between he and Manik recently. Kazarian enters the ring and poses on the top turnbuckle and yells at the audience which gets him some heat from the audience. Manik comes out next to a nice reaction from the audience. He high fives some of his fans at ringside before diving over the top rope and rolling into the ring. Referee Earl Hebner checks him for weapons as he calls for the bell and starts the match.

Frankie Kazarian and Manik lock up in the center of the ring as Kazarian powers Manik into the corner. Kazarian chokes away at Manik as referee Hebner counts and Kazarian breaks the hold at 4. Kazarian chokes away at Manik with his boot as Hebner once again counts to four and Kazarian once again breaks the choke. Manik starts fighting back with punches to the stomach and hits a rana on Kazarian. Kazarian quickly gets to his feet as Manik springboards off the middle rope and delivers a dropkick right to the face of Kazarian. Manik quickly covers Kazarian but Kazarian kicks out at two and rolls to the floor.

Manik follows Kazarian to the floor but Kazarian uses his experience to trip Manik onto the floor and begins stomping away at him as the crowd begins booing him. Kazarian tosses Manik into the guardrail and clotheslines him over it into the front row. Kazarian turns around and plays to the crowd but as he turns around to continue fighting Manik he's nailed with a dive from Manik who used the guardrail as a springboard. Both men are down on the floor as Hebner is now at a 7 count. Manik and Kazarian both enter the ring and continue fighting as Manik nails a dropsault on him which earns him a 2 count.

Kazarian is being dominated and is close to losing this one as Manik delivers a few more moves and signals for his finisher. Suddenly Christopher Daniels is in the ring though and swings the TNA World Tag Team Title at Manik but Manik ducks it and dropkicks him. Daniels rolls to the floor but as Manik turns around he's hit in the head with the World Tag Team Title. Referee Earl Hebner turns around to see Frankie Kazarian pinning Manik. Hebner counts the three count and awards the match to Frankie Kazarian.

Post match Bad Influence begin beating down on Manik but suddenly Jeff Hardy rushes down to the ring. Hardy enters the ring and nails Frankie Kazarian with the Twist Of Fate. Manik grabs Daniels and nails him with a Tiger Suplex right in the middle of the ring. Bad Influence escape up the ramp as Hardy and Manik taunt and encourage them to enter the ring and continue the fight. The announcers go into hype mode for the match between Bad Influence and Manik/Hardy coming up this Sunday as we cut to commercial break.

Frankie Kazarian defeated Manik


- We cut to the back where we get footage of a recent Mickie James photo shoot for impactwrestling.com we see her posing for multiple shots but suddenly as she poses for another picture a stool is thrown at her from behind. Everybody scatters as Isis The Amazon walks out of nowhere and picks Mickie up and tosses her into a nearby wall. Isis casually walks away as Mickie James is left on the ground unconscious.



- Kenny King and Rhett Titus (The All Night Express) are standing backstage with Jeremy Borash as Borash asks them about their upcoming tag team match tonight. King and Titus say that they're going to wrestle Greg Marasciulo and Petey Williams tonight and that they're happy to be teaming together once again. They talk about how they are former World Tag Team Champions together and say they're looking to become the greatest tag team ever. Titus says the reign of greatness starts tonight as the two walk away.


TNA Tag Team Match:

Greg Marasciulo and Petey Williams Vs The All Night Express


The All Night Express walk out cockily to a negative reaction from the audience. Rhett Titus kisses a woman at ringside as the two slide into the ring and pose on the turnbuckles. They get down as the music of Greg Marasciulo hits and out he comes walking down the ramp. He high fives some fans and enters the ring as he gets checked for weapons by Brian Hebner. Petey Williams' music hits next and out he rushes ready for action. He high fives the fans and dives into the ring as The All Night Express bail out of the ring. Petey launches himself over the top rope and onto both men as Brian Hebner calls for the opening bell signalling the start of the match.

Petey and The All Night Express are down at ringside as Marasciulo starts clapping and gets the fans behind him as the three men recover on the floor Marasciulo launches himself over the top rope and nails a crossbody onto all three of them. The crowd applaud heavily as Marasciulo stands up and plays to the audience. Marasciulo hugs the audience as Marasciulo tosses Kenny King into the ring and delivers a running elbow drop onto him. Marasciulo tags to Petey Williams as Petey climbs to the top rope and waits for King to stand up. As King stands up Petey attempts a top rope rana but King moves out of the way causing Petey to crash and burn on the mat.

King grabs Petey nailing him with a bulldog and then whipping him off the ropes and nails a neckbreaker right in the middle of the ring. This earns King a 2 count as he tags out to Rhett Titus who quickly rushes in and starts working down Petey. Titus takes time to play to the crowd and gets heavily booed. Titus delivers a snap suplex right in the middle of the ring and earns himself another 2 count. Petey eventually makes his comeback hitting multiple dropkicks on Titus and King. Petey nails an enziguri on Titus and quickly grabs Kenny King.

Petey Williams signals for the Canadian Destroyer and nails it right in the middle of the ring. Petey attempts a pin but Titus grabs Petey by the neck and nails a neckbreaker. Marasciulo rushes in but Titus tosses him over the top rope. Rhett Titus delivers a Crucifix Powerbomb right in the middle of the ring on Petey and covers him for the three count and the victory.

Post match The All Night Express quickly bail out of the ring and rush up the ramp and bail backstage. We cut to commercial with a heavily dazed Petey Williams left in the ring being tended to by Brian Hebner and Greg Marasciulo

The All Night Express defeated Greg Marasciulo and Petey Williams


- We cut to the back where Jeremy Borash is standing by with Hulk Hogan. Borash asks Hogan about TNA Showtime as Hulk smiles and says it was a great show. Hulk says Bobby Lashley joining Team Hogan was a great moment and that Lashley joining TNA is a "game changer" Hulk tells everyone that the war with Bischoff for power is far from over as we cut away.


- We get a commercial for TNA Showtime with highlights from last week. The commercial ends with Hulk Hogan asking what we're going to do when TNA Showtime runs wild on us.


- We cut to the back where Ted DiBiase Jr is walking towards the ring. The announcers talk about how he'll be in action next against Gunner. The three discuss whether or not Ted DiBiase Jr is going to be defeated here tonight. JR says that someone of Gunners calibre could definitely be capable of doing so.


TNA Singles Match:

Gunner Vs Ted DiBiase Jr


Gunner makes his way out first looking pumped up and ready for this upcoming match with Ted Jr. He slides into the ring and waits as the music of Ted DiBiase Jr hits and out he walks. Ted Jr struts down to the ring and enters the ring before grabbing the microphone from Christy Hemme. Ted Jr says he can't believe that he's in the ring tonight with a loser like Gunner. Ted Jr says he wants to go to the back and concentrate on his upcoming match with Mr Anderson this Sunday. Ted Jr turns to leave but Gunner spins him around and clotheslines him to the mat.

Gunner picks Ted up and hits him with another clothesline knocking him down. Ted quickly gets to his feet and is whipped off the ropes. Ted flies back as Gunner hits a back body drop on Ted Jr. Ted begs off as Gunner looks to the crowd and they encourage him to continue his beatdown on DiBiase. Gunner stomps away at DiBiase before picking him up and nailing a release belly to belly suplex on him. Gunner goes for a pin but Ted Jr kicks out at two and rolls to the floor. Gunner follows him to the floor but Ted Jr kicks him multiple times in the stomach and drives him into the announce table.

Ted Jr continues working down Gunner but Gunner starts fighting back as well so the two continue brawling around ringside. Gunner whips Ted into the guardrail and spears him into it as the crowd erupt into cheers for Gunner. Gunner throws Ted Jr into the ring post and tosses him into the ring. Gunner pins Ted Jr but Ted Jr kicks out at two and quickly lifts him up. Gunner attempts a belly to back suplex on Ted DiBiase Jr but Ted Jr lands on his feet and hits a massive neckbreaker on Gunner. Ted DiBiase Jr pins Gunner for the one two and thr-NO! Gunner kicks out at the final moment as the crowd cheer massively for him.

Gunner starts his comeback punching away at Ted and whips him into the corner. Gunner attempts a spear into the corner but DiBiase moves at the last second. Ted Jr rolls Gunner up and has his feet all over the ropes as referee Earl Hebner counts to three and awards the match Ted DiBiase Jr who is exhausted after the hellacious match with Gunner.

Post match Ted DiBiase Jr celebrates around ringside as Gunner yells at referee Earl Hebner for missing the fact that Ted cheated. Ted continues walking up the ramp as the announcers take the time to put him over as we cut away to commercial.

Ted DiBiase Jr defeated Gunner


- We return from commercial where Mr Anderson is stomping away at Ted DiBiase Jr in the backstage area. Security storm the scene and grab Anderson but the damage has been done and Ted DiBiase Jr is down and out on the backstage floor.


- We cut to the announcers who say they've received a call from John Hennigan and that he is currently on hold. JR answers the call as he asks Hennigan about what happened last week. Hennigan says it's all about the money for him and that he doesn't have anything against Jarrett it's just business. Hennigan is asked if he's an official member of Team Bischoff and Hennigan says no and neither is Melina. Tenay questions Hennigan about the challenge for Final Resolution and Hennigan says he has been watching the show and saw the challenge Jeff Jarrett made. Hennigan says he accepts the challenge and will fight Jeff Jarrett one on one at Final Resolution.


TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match:

AJ Styles (C) Vs Homicide



Homicide walks out as the announcers put over this match as being a surprise one. Homicide jumps into the ring and poses on the top turnbuckle as the crowd cheer him. "Evil Ways" plays next as AJ Styles walks out with the TNA World Heavyweight Championship around his waist. AJ slides into the ring, poses on the turnbuckle to a mixed reaction from the audience. He jumps down as referee Brian Hebner searches him for weapons. No weapons are found as referee Brian Hebner calls for the opening bell.

AJ and Homicide lock up as Homicide attempts an arm wringer but AJ gets out of that and delivers multiple Japanese Armdrags on Homicide. Homicide takes his time to get up and hits a hip toss on Homicide. Homicide is hit with more hip tosses as JR puts AJ over as being one of the best wrestlers in the world at this point. Homicide can't really get into this one as Homicide dropkicks him to the mat and attempts a pin but Homicide kicks out at 2. AJ climbs to the top rope and nails a flipping legdrop on Homicide earning himself yet another 2 count. The crowd start an AJ chant as AJ yells at them to shutup and flips them off.

AJ nails the Pele on Homicide and quickly picks him up and attempts the Styles Clash on Homicide but Homicide grabs the bottom rope and isn't going to take the move. AJ nails a snap suplex on Homicide and quickly jumps to the top rope and nails a moonsault on Homicide which earns him yet another 2 count. Homicide starts fighting back with multiple right hands but AJ once again regains the advantage by nailing yet another Pele Kick on Homicide. AJ takes time to play to the crowd as they once again give him a mixed reaction which AJ seems to enjoy.

AJ wasn't going to take any longer and quickly scooped Homicide up and nailed the Styles Clash right in the middle of the ring. AJ turns Homicide over and pins him earning himself a three count. AJ rises up over Homicide and celebrates his win as JR puts AJ over again as being one of the best wrestlers in the world. Tenay says that AJ will collide with Kurt Angle at Final Resolution and that match will prove who really is the best.

AJ Styles defeated Homicide to retain the TNA World Heavyweight Championship



- A hype video for Bobby Lashley plays. It shows his heavy weight work in the gym where he is lifting heavy with his trainers. We see footage of Lashley training in an MMA Cage and sparring with multiple opponents. At the end Lashley says he's coming for Abyss at Final Resolution and that nobody can stop Lashley from dominating TNA.



- Kurt Angle is backstage with Jeremy Borash. Angle says tonight he's going to take on Christopher Daniels in preparation for AJ Styles. Angle says Daniels is great and took AJ to the limit multiple times in the past. Angle says he respects Daniels and will throw everything he has at Daniels tonight to ensure a victory.


TNA Singles Match:

Christopher Daniels Vs Kurt Angle


Christopher Daniels is out first as the crowd do not like him at all and are booing him heavily. Daniels enters the ring and poses on the top turnbuckle as he jumps down and is checked for weapons by referee Brian Hebner. Kurt Angles music hits next and he receives a MASSIVE reaction from his hometown audience. Kurt walks down to the ring and enters before posing for the fans who cheer him again. Angle is checked for weapons by referee Hebner and is found to have nothing. Hebner calls for the bell and the match begins.

Angle offers his hand to Daniels but Daniels slaps Angle in the face and plays to the crowd who boo him heavily. Angle immediately takes down Daniels and locks him in a front facelock which Daniels tries to get out of but can't. Daniels gets his foot to the rope as Angle quickly lifts him up and nails a snap suplex right in the middle of the ring. Daniels is down and out as Angle once again grabs him and attempts a release german suplex but Daniels lands on his feet and charges at Angle with a flying forearm. This knocks Angle down as Daniels quickly attempts a pin but Angle kicks out at one. Daniels continues to work down Angle as we cut to commercial.

We return from commercial with Daniels continuing to work down on Angle, this time in the corner. Angle is lifted onto the top turnbuckle as Daniels soon joins him up there and nails a top rope hurricarana on Angle who lands in the middle of the ring hard. Daniels takes time to play to the crowd who heavily boo him but this doesn't effect Daniels who climbs to the top rope and waits for Angle to stand up. Angle does stand up as Daniels attempts a flying crossbody but Angle catches Daniels, lifts him onto his shoulder and hits a running powerslam right in the middle of the ring. Both Angle and Daniels are down now as referee Brian Hebner begins counting. Angle gets to his feet at 7 and pulls the straps down signalling the end.

Daniels gets to his feet as Angle attempts the Angle Slam. Daniels gets out of it and rolls Angle up earning himself a 2 count but Angle rolls through on Daniels and has a hold of Daniels' ankle. It's the Ankle Lock and Angle is really wrenching it in as Daniels desperately tries to get to the ropes but can't. He gives up and quickly submits as referee Brian Hebner calls for the bell and awards the match to Kurt Angle.

Kurt Angle defeated Christopher Daniels


- Angle starts celebrating in the ring over the down and out Christopher Daniels but suddenly AJ Styles is in the ring with the TNA World Heavyweight Title. He spins Angle around and smashes him directly in the face with the World Heavyweight Title. Angle goes down gripping at his face as AJ smirks and raises the title above his head. The crowd erupt into jeers as the show closes with JR saying that AJ will have hell to pay at the Pay Per View.


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Show Attendance: 3912

Show Rating: B

TV Rating: 1.3
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- TNA managed a 1.3 rating last night for the show before their PPV. The card was taped and featured Christopher Daniels taking on Kurt Angle in the main event. This is down 0.1 from last week which was 1.4 last week.


- Petey Williams recently appeared on a wrestling podcast show and discussed TNA. He said now that Eric Bischoff has taken over TNA that the company seems to be doing a lot to make money. Petey says he trusts Bischoff and feels the company will one day be in direct competition with World Wrestling Entertainment.

- Here is the Press Release for TNA Showtime which will be held live tonight from Universal Studio's.

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TNA Showtime returns to Spike TV and Universal Studio's in Orlando Florida for an hour of hard hitting Total Nonstop Action Wrestling featuring all your favourite TNA Stars such as Hulk Hogan, AJ Styles, Kurt Angle, Alex Shelley and many many more.

In your official main event of the evening we'll see a TNA Television Title defense as reigning and defending champion Magnus will defend against former TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bully Ray in a singles match. This match will be one for the ages and definitely cannot be missed. Can Bully Ray win the TNA Television Title before the PPV? Can Magnus hold on and defend the title against Samoa Joe on Pay Per View? Tune in and find out!

In other action we'll see Jeff Hardy and Manik collide with Revolution X and Alex Shelley will defend the TNA X-Division Championship against both Greg Marasciulo and Robbie E in a Triple Threat match.

This edition of TNA Showtime cannot be missed so make sure you tune in LIVE on Spike TV at 8/9c for the final show before TNA Final Resolution 2013
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TNA Showtime Results:


- We get the same opening as last week as Mike Tenay, Jeremy Borash and Matt Striker all welcome us to TNA Showtime. We get hype for the Bully Ray Vs Magnus match for the Television Title tonight and there is some promotion for the Triple Threat X-Division Title match as well. They say tonight will be a great show as they are cut off by John Hennigan's music.


- John Hennigan and Melina Perez enter the arena as the crowd gives them a negative reaction. Hennigan and Melina both pose in the aisle way and enter the ring as Hennigan grabs a microphone from Christy Hemme and plays to the crowd a little bit. He gets some heat and immediately begins talking about Jeff Jarrett. Hennigan says he watched Impact and was embarrassed for Jeff Jarrett. Hennigan says it's sad that Jarrett is going to try and compete with the "hottest star in TNA" at Final Resolution but he'll definitely beat on Jarrett.

As Hennigan is about to continue the music of Jeff Jarrett hits and out he walks with his guitar in hand and Karen Jarrett behind him. Jeff enters the ring as Hennigan asks Jarrett what he's going to do. Jarrett smirks and smashes the Guitar over Hennigans head. Hennigan collapses in a heap as Melina jumps on Jarrett's back. Karen is now in the ring and tosses Melina to the mat and the two roll around on the mat. Melina bails to the floor and helps Hennigan out of the ring as Jarrett celebrates in the ring with broken guitar in hand.

The announcers hype the match between Jeff Jarrett and John Hennigan on Pay Per View as we cut to our first commercial break of the evening.


TNA Singles Match:

Petey Williams Vs Wes Brisco


We return from the commercial as Wes Brisco is warming up in the ring. The music of Petey Williams hits and out he comes. He high fives some fans at ringside and enters the ring as referee Brian Stiffler calls for the opening bell.

Petey and Wes lock up as Petey quickly outchains Wes and takes him over with a side headlock takedown. Petey wrenches in the side headlock for awhile and eventually releases it. Petey bounces off the ropes and nails a running forearm right to the face. Wes is rocked as Petey dropkicks him to the floor and springboards himself over the top rope and onto Wes. Both men are down are the crowd applaud the two men for this exciting opening match. A small "Petey" chant starts up as the match continues.

Wes eventually got control of the match and started working down on Petey but this didn't last long as Wes attempted a suplex which Petey easily slipped out of. Petey rolled Wes up and earned himself a 2 count but Wes kicked out. Wes was on his feet at this point but not for long as Petey launches himself at Wes and starts punching away at him. Referee Stiffler seperates the two but the damage is down on Wes who is rocked and close to losing this match according to Tenay.

It was only a matter of time and Petey didn't disappoint. He grabs Wes and hits the Canadian Destroyer right in the middle of the ring. Petey takes a moment to recover and eventually covers the unconscious Wes Brisco for the one two and three. Petey Williams has won the opening match here at TNA Showtime tonight.

Post match Petey celebrates on the top turnbuckle as the crowd cheer him. The announcers talk about how underrated Petey Williams is and the depth of the X-Division as we cut to another commercial break.

Petey Williams defeated Wes Brisco


- We return from commercial where Kenny King and Petey Williams are arguing. Petey says King had so much potential before pairing up with Bischoff. Petey claims that King is now a shell of his former self. Suddenly Eric Bischoff himself appears and says the two can fight at Final Resolution since Petey wants to "whine" at King.


- Samoa Joe is backstage and is asked by the camera man for his thoughts on tonights main event. Joe says he hopes Magnus wins because Joe wants the belt come Sunday night. Joe says he'll end the career of Magnus on Sunday night and says Magnus should enjoy his final match before he is mauled on Sunday by Joe.



TNA Singles Match:

Jessie Vs Samoa Joe


Jessie walks out and yells at some of the crowd before quickly rolling in and posing on the turnbuckle. Samoa Joe's music hits next as Tenay's response is simply "Uh oh" Joe takes his time to enter the ring and eventually does enter the ring. He poses and is cheered as Brian Stiffler calls for the bell.

This match was never going to be a long one and Joe went for the quick win right from the get go. Jessie charged at him and Joe nailed him with a sick lariat. Jessie was thrown into the corner and kicked multiple times. Jessie dropped into the corner as Joe face washes him multiple times. Joe eventually lifts Jessie up and nails the Muscle Buster. The rear naked choke was next as Jessie quickly submitted and Joe was awarded the very quick victory. This match lasted about 90 seconds if that.

Post match a still fresh Joe takes time to celebrate in the ring before leaving for the back. Jessie is still down and out in the middle of the ring as Brian Stiffler tends to him.

Samoa Joe defeated Jessie



- We return from commercial as John Hennigan is walking through the parking lot grabbing at his head. Melina is trying to convince him to go back and take care of Jarrett but Hennigan tells her that he will take care of Jarrett on Sunday night. They both enter the back seat of a limousine which drives away almost as soon as they enter it.


- Jeff Hardy and Manik are standing backstage and are asked by the camera man about Bad Influence. Jeff says that Bad Influence are just that, a Bad Influence. Hardy says he and Manik are all about setting a good example and ridding TNA of people like Daniels and Kazarian. Manik says on Sunday night they're taking the TNA World Tag Team Titles and nothing Bad Influence can do can stop them.


TNA Tag Team Match:

Jeff Hardy and Manik Vs Revolution X


Revolution X are out first. The announcers put them over saying the mix of a talented younger like Anarquia and a veteran like Chavo is a great mix. The duo enter the ring and pose in the middle of the ring as the music of Jeff Hardy hits next. He and Manik come walking out and high five the fans at ringside before entering the ring. They are checked for weapons by referee Brian Hebner. He finds nothing and calls for the opening bell to start the match.

Anarquia and Manik start out as Anarquia attempts to outchain Manik and does. Manik attempts a desperate rana Anarquia delivers a powerbomb right in the middle of the ring. Anarquia gets the pin but Manik kicks out at two and is tired already. Anarquia tags in Chavo as the two continue working over on Manik. Manik attempts to fight back but Chavo cuts him off and nails multiple suplexes on him before attempting a pin but Manik kicks out just in time at two.

Manik is attempting to get to Hardy but Chavo cuts him off and elbow drops him. Manik collapses in a heap as Chavo tags to Anarquia who hits a springboard double stomp right on the chest of Manik. Manik rolls around in pain as Anarquia grabs at the mask and throws Manik head first into the turnbuckle. Chavo is tagged in quickly as Manik is hit with a double back suplex. This continued for a little bit but eventually Chavo makes a mistake and is hit with a Hurricarana by Manik. Anarquia rushes in trying to stop Manik but he's hit with a dropkick. All three men are down as Hardy starts clapping for a tag. The crowd are clapping along with Jeff as the match continues.

Manik crawls over but Chavo grabs his leg. Manik dives for the tag and he GETS IT. Hardy rushes in immediately knocking Chavo down with a clothesline and grabbing Anarquia. Anarquia is nailed with a Twist Of Fate and rolls to the floor. Manik launches himself over the top rope and onto Anarquia as Hardy nails the Twist Of Fate on Chavo. Hardy climbs to the top rope and hits the Swanton Bomb on Chavo. Hardy lands in a pinning predicament as referee Brian Hebner counts the three and awards the match to the team of Jeff Hardy and Manik.

Post match Jeff and Manik celebrate and the announcers put over the match coming up at Final Resolution. Striker says it could be the biggest challenge so far for Bad Influence. Tenay seems to think that the titles could change hands at the Pay Per View.

Jeff Hardy and Manik defeated Revolution X


- Eric Bischoff is in his office with Kenny King and Rhett Titus. Bischoff is on the phone and just like on Impact he's talking about Lashley. He gives the person on the other end of the phone some specific instructions before saying "Don't worry, it'll be fine. You're one of us now" the phone is hung up as Rhett Titus asks who that was. Bischoff replies with "You know who, Don't play dumb, Rhett" and with that, we cut away


- Alex Shelley is interviewed by the camera man. Alex doesn't understand why both of his opponents get to rest tonight and he's here defending the title against two other guys. Alex says TNA has something against him and that this is an injustice. He walks away and we cut to commercial.


TNA X-Division Triple Threat Championship Match:

Alex Shelley (C) Vs Greg Marasciulo Vs Robbie E


We return from commercial as the music of Robbie E hits and he quickly makes his entrance. He fist pumps in mid ring which gets a mild reaction from the audience. Marasciulo rushes out next and high fives some fans at ringside before entering the ring. The music of Alex Shelley hits after Marasciulo's as he walks out looking angry at the entire situation. He enters the ring, hands the X-Division Title to Brian Hebner and the bell rings starting the match.

The match has started but Alex Shelley slides to the floor immediately as Robbie E is working down on Marasciulo. The two exchange the advantage but Marasciulo is mainly dominating hitting a reverse suplex and following that up with a Shining Wizard straight to the head. He attempts the pin but Shelley is now in the ring and stomps away at Marasciulo. Robbie E is kicked to the floor as Shelley turns all of his attention to Marasciulo who is hit with a running neck snap. Shelley attempts a sneaky pin but Marasciulo kicks out at two. Robbie E enters and attempts a top rope clothesline and he nails it on Shelley who collapses in the ring and rolls to the floor.

Robbie E whips Marasciulo off the ropes and attempts a back body drop but Marasciulo kicks him in the chest and nails a Tiger Suplex right in the middle of the ring. Marasciulo attempts a pin but Robbie E kicks out just in time. Marasciulo nails a suplex over the top rope onto Robbie E as Alex Shelley attacks Marasciulo from behind and nails a back cracker on him. Shelley holds the arms as Marasciulo is in agony and is close to submitting. Marasciulo uses all his strength to get out of the submission hold. Robbie E slides in but Alex Shelley hits him with a stiff kick to the face and nails him with a Piledriver in the middle.

Marasciulo who was recovering near the turnbuckle is hit with Sliced Bread Number 2. An exhausted Shelley manages to cover Marasciulo as referee Brian Hebner drops down and counts the three count. Alex Shelley has retained the TNA X-Division Title here on TNA Showtime.

Shelley is walking up the ramp as the announcers question if Shelley will be 100% on Sunday night. Tenay says Shelley had better be because if he underestimates either Austin Aries or Chris Sabin he won't be going home with the championship belt.

Alex Shelley defeated Greg Marasciulo and Robbie E to retain the TNA X-Division Championship


- Bully Ray is backstage and is asked about the upcoming match with Magnus by the camera man. Bully Ray says he's going to come out firing on Magnus and mentions that he wants revenge because last time they fought, Magnus won. Bully says it sucks that Devon isn't here tonight to help him win the TNA Television Title but that he will do it alone without Devon. Bully talks about how he hopes James Storm and Gunner are both watching tonight because it is what they will be getting on Sunday.


- Magnus is warming up backstage. An agent knocks on his door as Magnus finishes a squat and grabs the TNA Television Title before heading to the door. Tenay says the match will be next as we cut to commercial break.


TNA Television Championship Match:

Bully Ray Vs Magnus (C)


We return from commercial as the announcers take the time to hype this main event up. Suddenly the music of Bully Ray hits and out he walks looking angry. He yells at the crowd and slides into the ring where he yells at more fans at ringside. He gets checked for weapons by referee Earl Hebner as the music of Magnus hits. Magnus is focused but takes time to high five the fans at ringside. He tosses the TNA Television Championship into the ring and charges in as he and Bully begin to brawl with eachother in the ring.

Referee Earl Hebner calls for the opening bell as Magnus whips Bully off the ropes and nails him with a Samoan Drop right in the middle of the ring. Magnus stomps away at him a few times and works him to the floor where the two continue to brawl. On the floor Bully gets the advantage and tosses a fans drink into the eyes of Magnus. Magnus gets whipped into the guardrail as Bully throws himself at Magnus causing the guardrail to collapse and both of them to end up in the crowd. The two are down and out in the front row as the crowd surround the two men slapping them on the back and encouraging them to continue.

Bully recovers first and grabs Magnus. The referee clears the fans back as Bully stalls in the Piledriver position and then nails a Piledriver on the guardrail. Magnus is down and most likely out as Bully recovers and plays to the crowd which gets him a mainly negative reaction. The fans are now chanting "Holy shit" as Bully tosses Magnus into the ring. Bully stretches his arm out and rolls into the ring before pinning Magnus but Magnus kicks out at the last second. Bully can't believe it and is arguing with Earl Hebner but Magnus rolls him up from behind. Bully kicks out at two as the match continues.

Bully has Magnus in a Powerbomb position but Magnus punches away at the stomach of Bully. Bully is tripped up and it's Cloverleaf time. Magnus turns him over and it's locked right in the middle of the ring. Bully reaches the ropes as Magnus quickly releases the hold but Magnus quickly picks him up and nails the Mag Daddy Driver right in the middle of the ring. Magnus quickly pins Bully for the one, two and thr-NO! Bully Ray kicks out at the last second but Magnus again locks in the Cloverleaf. Bully isn't getting out of it this time and quickly submits in the middle of the ring.

Magnus celebrates the victory and is handed the TNA Television Title as he celebrates raising the belt above his head and posing on the turnbuckle. After a little while of celebrating his eyes are locked towards the stage and the camera pans back revealing Samoa Joe watching him from the ramp. We fade to black as Samoa Joe walks towards the ring clearly ready for a fight.

Magnus defeated Bully Ray to retain the TNA Television Championship


---End Show---


Show Attendance: 900 (Sell Out!)

Show Rating: C

TV Rating: 0.5
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- TNA Showtime managed just a 0.5 last night which is down from last week which was a 0.6. TNA officials are said to still not be worrying as the show is incredibly cheap to run and they're still making money off of it.


- Eric Bischoff has allegedly said that 2014 is the year of TNA and the year that they will beat WWE. He has said that TNA Final Resolution will be the big launching pad for the company going into 2014. TNA wrestlers and office staff are apparently pumped up to give a 5 star show this Sunday.


- Here is the card for TNA Final Resolution 2013:




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TNA Final Resolution 2013 will come to you LIVE from the Louis Brown Athletic Center in Piscataway New Jersey!


TNA World Heavyweight Championship Last Man Standing Match:

AJ Styles (C) Vs Kurt Angle


TNA X-Division Championship Triple Threat Match:

Alex Shelley (C) Vs Austin Aries Vs Chris Sabin


TNA Singles Match:

Mr Anderson Vs Ted DiBiase Jr


TNA Television Championship Match:

Magnus (C) Vs Samoa Joe


TNA Singles Match:

Abyss Vs Bobby Lashley

Special Referee: TBA


TNA Singles Match:

Jeff Jarrett W/ Karen Jarrett Vs John Hennigan W/ Melina Perez


TNA World Tag Team Championship Match:

Bad Influence (C) Vs Jeff Hardy and Manik


TNA Knockouts Championship Match:

Isis (C) Vs Mickie James



TNA Tag Team Match:

Gunner and James Storm Vs Team 3.D


TNA Singles Match:

Kenny King Vs Petey Williams


- And here are the TNA Xplosion results from this week


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Isis defeated ODB to retain the TNA Knockouts Championship
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In the pre show Rhett Titus defeated Matt Milan in about 6 minutes.


TNA Final Resolution 2013:







- We get the opening and we cut to the outside of the Louis Brown Arena in New Jersey. We cut to the inside as fireworks explode and we are greeted by Jim Ross, Mike Tenay and Taz who say tonight is a historic night in the industry. They hype the Last Man Standing match between AJ Styles and Kurt Angle for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship which is tonights main event.


TNA Singles Match:

Kenny King W/ Rhett Titus Vs Petey Williams


The music of Kenny King hits first as he and Rhett Titus come out. Kenny King struts down the ramp and enters the ring. He takes time to yell at the fans before being checked for weapons by Brian Stiffler. Petey Williams is out next as he high fives some fans at ringside and makes his way down to the ring. He jumps in but before he can pose or play to the crowd he is attacked by Kenny King.

King stomps away at Petey Williams before nailing a quick suplex. King distracts the referee as Rhett chokes Petey in the corner. Rhett slaps Petey as King attempts to grab Petey by the legs but is kicked in the face and knocked back. King rushes at Petey but is dropkicked and locked in a sharpshooter. King struggles but manages to get to the ropes which the audience boo at. Petey whips King off the ropes and nails him with a one legged dropkick and attempts the pin but King kicks out at two.

Rhett Titus distracts referee Brian Stiffler as Kenny King kicks Petey Williams low and delivers a release german suplex which causes Petey to land right on his head. King attempts a quick pin but Petey kicks out at two. The match continues as King is working down Peteys leg and occasionally distracts referee Stiffler allowing Rhett Titus to get some cheap shots in on Williams. King attempts another pin but Petey gets the inside cradle and earns himself a 2 count. Petey has his second wind delivering multiple clotheslines to King. Titus is on the apron and gets dropped by Petey.

King attacks Petey from behind and attempts the Coronation. Petey gets out of it however and nails the Canadian Destroyer right in the middle of the ring for the one, two and three. Petey Williams has won the opening match here at TNA Final Resolution.

Post match Petey celebrates as the announcers put him over and talk about what a great opening match this was. Petey is attacked from behind by the All Night Express and knocked to the floor. King and Titus celebrate as the announcers think this is disgraceful. We cut to the back with Titus spitting on Petey Williams who is knocked out on the floor.

Petey Williams defeated Kenny King


- We cut to the front of the arena where a Limousine pulls up. Fans surround the Limousine as Hulk Hogan emerges from it. The fans go crazy and erupt into a "Hogan" chant. Hogan takes time to sign autographs and shake hands but is soon joined by Jeremy Borash who welcomes him to Final Resolution and asks what match he's looking forward to most tonight. Hulk says it's a massive event and he's looking forward to everything but says he is here mainly to see Magnus Vs Samoa Joe for the TNA Television Title. Hogan says Magnus has "it" and Hogan talks about how Joe has not lost since his new attitude change. Hulk signs a few more autographs and enters the building as we cut back to the arena.


TNA Knockouts Championship Match:

Isis (C) Vs Mickie James


The announcers discuss the upcoming Knockouts Championship Match between Isis and Mickie James as the music of Mickie hits and out she comes looking excited and ready for action. She poses on the top turnbuckle and gets a big cheer from the Jersey faithful as she jumps down and waits for her opponent. Isis' music hits next as the announcers hype up her title reign and how dominant she has been. We see clips of her beating Gail Kim, ODB and Velvet Sky as she enters the ring and immediately attacks Mickie who was playing to the crowd.

Isis starts clubbing away at Mickie who collapses in a heap on the mat. Mickie gets to her knees as Isis once again clubs her hard in the back knocking her back down. Isis looks into the crowd who boo her as she walks over the back of Mickie James. Isis stands on Mickie's back and poses as the crowd once again boo Isis who swiftly drops an elbow on the back of Mickie.

A "Mickie" chant starts throughout the arena as Isis whips Mickie off the ropes and attempts a big boot but Mickie ducks it and bounces off the ropes nailing Isis with a flying forearm. Isis stumbles into the ropes as Mickie rushes at her and attempts to clothesline her over the top rope. The first attempt doesn't work and neither does the second but Mickie charges in a third time and manages to get Isis over the top rope with a clothesline. Isis lands on her feet as Mickie climbs out onto the apron and attempts a hurricarana but Isis grabs her in a Powerbomb position and hits her with a giant Powerbomb on the floor.

Mickie is rolled back into the ring as Isis attempts the pin. Referee Brian Stiffler drops down and counts one, two but as he is about to count three Mickie James amazingly kicks out. Isis cannot believe it as Mickie gasps for air on the mat and struggles to pick herself up but she eventually does get up and punches Isis multiple times in the chest and face. Isis isn't having any of that though and grabs Mickie by the throat. Mickie tries to get out of it but Isis delivers a Chokeslam right in the middle of the ring before pinning Mickie and hooking the leg for the one, two and three.

Post match the announcers praise Mickie for having the guts to kick out of a Powerbomb to the floor but say that Isis is just too big and strong to topple. Mike Tenay asks the question of who can possibly defeat Isis and take away the Knockouts Title as we cut away.


Isis defeated Mickie James to retain the TNA Knockouts Championship


- We cut to the back where an arena door opens up and we see Kurt Angle walking through it with his bags in hand. He's shaking hands with TNA office members who direct him to his lockeroom. The announcers say that tonight Kurt Angle will have to go through hell to put down AJ Styles for a 10 count.


- Gunner and James Storm are backstage and they talk about how tonight they're going to break Team 3.D in half on their way to a World Tag Team Title shot. Gunner yells that nothing will stand in their way as we cut back to the announcers who hype the upcoming number 1 contenders tag team match.


TNA Tag Team Number 1 Contenders Match:

Gunner and James Storm Vs Team 3.D


The music of Team 3.D hits as they walk out looking menacing and ready for their upcoming match. They take the time to argue with some fans at ringside before entering the ring and posing on the turnbuckles to a negative reaction from the audience. They argue with fans from inside of the ring as the music of James Storm hits and out come Gunner and James Storm who both look at eachother, nod and run towards the ring. Referee Brian Stiffler jumps out of the way and calls for the bell signifying the start of the match.

The two teams brawl as Stiffler tries to get order in the match but he can't manage it as Devon and Gunner brawl to the floor. Inside of the ring James Storm is punching away at Bully in the corner before nailing him with a snap suplex in the middle of the ring. Storm attempts a pin but Bully kicks out at two and attempts to roll to the floor but Storm elbow drops him keeping him in the ring. Devon and Gunner both get to their own corners as James Storm delivers a huge clothesline to Bully Ray and tags in Gunner who charges at Bully and nails him with a shoulder charge.

Bully is begging off in the corner as Gunner charges in but is swiftly kicked in the head by him. Gunner falls down as Bully crawls over and tags in Devon who quickly grabs Gunner and nails him with a bulldog. Team 3.D take turns working over on Gunner with a variety of double team moves and submission holds. Gunner attempted to tag out to Storm multiple times but kept being cut off by Team 3.D. Finally Gunner manages to spear Devon and quickly recovers tagging in James Storm who rushes in and immediately knocks Bully off the apron.

Everything is breaking down now as Storm superkicks Devon in the face causing him to the fall to the floor. Gunner follows as Gunner dominates Devon on the outside. The referee is distracted by this but as James Storm turns around he's hit with a chain in the face by Bully Ray. Bully covers James Storm as referee Brian Stiffler turns around and counts to three. Gunner breaks up the count just after the three count as all men are down and out in and around ringside.

Eventually Devon recovers and Team 3.D walk off to the back as Gunner helps his partner up. The announcers say that next month Team 3.D are going to face off against the winner of Hardy/Manik Vs Bad Influence at next months Pay Per View which is of course, Genesis. We get some hype for that PPV and cut to the back again.


Team 3.D defeated Gunner and James Storm


- Leaving the locker room is the duo of John Hennigan and Melina Perez as Jim Ross enters dialogue of how this match should be great. We get a video package of the recent going ons including the Jeff Jarrett debut that was interrupted by John Hennigan and also the fight between Karen Jarrett and Melina Perez.


TNA Singles Match:

Jeff Jarrett W/ Karen Jarrett Vs John Hennigan W/ Melina Perez


The Paparazzi are out at ringside as the music of Hennigan and Melina hits and out they come posing for photos on the ramp as they walk down to the ring and enter. Hennigan gets checked for weapons by referee Brian Hebner as the music of Jeff Jarrett hits and out walks the former 10 time World Heavyweight Champion with Karen behind him. Jarrett raises his guitar as fireworks explode from the entrance way. Jarrett enters the ring and poses on the turnbuckle to a pop from the crowd. Jarrett gets checked for weapons as referee Hebner calls for the bell.

Hennigan immediately attacks Jarrett but Jarrett moves out of the way and punches away at Hennigan before whipping him off the ropes and delivering a back body drop on Hennigan. Hennigan rolls to the floor and is tended to by Melina as Jarrett climbs to the top turnbuckle and poses for the crowd which gets him a nice reaction from the audience. Hennigan rolls back into the ring as Jarrett front facelocks him and delivers a suplex on Hennigan right into the middle of the ring. Melina climbs up onto the apron and as Jarrett goes over to confront her he's knocked down from behind by John Hennigan.

Hennigan now has control as he delivers a back suplex on Jarrett and attempts a pin but Jarrett uses his leg strength to kick out. The battle continues between the two men as Hennigan chops Jarrett and forearms him in the corner. Hennigan whips Jarrett into the corner and charges in but Jarrett moves out of the way. Hennigan lands on the top rope and hits a Moonsault on Jarrett who catches him. Both men are down in the ring as referee Brian Hebner begins counting both men out. Hebner is at a 7 count as both men get to their feet at the same time.

Jarrett grabs Hennigan and attempts The Stroke but Hennigan gets out of it and hits a German Suplex on Jarrett. Both men are exhausted but Jarrett recovers well and clotheslines Hennigan down. Jarrett is about to lock in the figure four leglock but Melina is on the apron again. Jarrett charges at her but Karen Jarrett grabs Melina from behind and tosses her to the floor. The two women roll around on the floor but when Jeff Jarrett turns around he's met with a huge Superkick from Hennigan. Hennigan quickly pins Jarrett as Brian Hebner counts the three count and awards the match to John Hennigan.

Post match Hennigan rolls to the floor and shoves Karen Jarrett away from Melina. He grabs Melina as the two quicky leave the arena and go to the back. Karen tends to Jeff Jarrett in the ring as the announcers suggest that this one probably isn't over.


John Hennigan defeated Jeff Jarrett



- Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian are backstage. They discuss their upcoming Tag Title defense and say that Hardy and Manik cannot beat them. Daniels says no team can top them and that the fans better get used to seeing them with the World Tag Titles because they will hold them until retirement


TNA World Tag Team Title Match:

Bad Influence (C) Vs Jeff Hardy and Manik


The music of Jeff Hardy hits as Jeff Hardy and Manik make their way down to the ring. Both men high five fans at ringside before entering the ring and posing on the turnbuckle. Hardy dances on the turnbuckle as the music of Bad Influence hits and they emerge from the backstage area looking as arrogant as ever. They both sip their drinks and charge towards the ring before facing off with Hardy and Manik. Referee Brian Hebner checks with both teams and rings the bell starting the match.

Kazarian starts off with Hardy by quickly out wrestling him and taking him over with a side headlock takeover. Kazarian wrenches it in a little as a big "Hardy" chant erupts through the arena which causes Hardy to begin fighting back. Hardy elbows Kazarian a few times to the stomach and bounces off the managing to land a sunset flip on Kazarian. Kazarian grabs Christopher Daniels hands but referee Brian Hebner kicks Kazarians hands and counts the pinfall but Kaz kicks out at two. Hardy quickly grabs Kazarian, tosses him into the corner of Manik and tags him in.

Manik is now in the ring and hits a rolling wheel kick on Kazarian who was in the corner. Kazarian stumbles out a little and collapses in the ring as Manik climbs to the top rope and waits for Kazarian to rise. Kazarian eventually does but just as Manik is about to leap Christopher Daniels shakes the ropes crotching Manik on the top turnbuckle. Kazarian quickly climbs to the top turnbuckle and delivers a top rope hurricarana on Manik before attempting a pin which earns him a 2 count. Kazarian and Daniels took turns working Manik down in the ring throughout the match with a varitety of submission holds and wrestling moves but eventually Manik managed a hot tag to his partner.

Jeff Hardy rushed in immediately knocking Kazarian off the apron and dropkicking Daniels down to the mat. Manik springboards over the top rope and knocks Kazarian down as Jeff Hardy grabs Daniels and nails the Twist Of Fate in the middle of the ring. The crowd are going crazy as Jeff climbs to the top rope and nails the Swanton Bomb right on Daniels. Hardy has landed on top as referee Hebner counts the three count and awards the match to Jeff Hardy and Manik.

Post match Bad Influence are on the floor and are clearly crushed that they have lost this match. In the ring Jeff Hardy and Manik celebrate in the ring as the crowd cheer them on. Taz notes that both Hardy and Manik have never won the TNA World Tag Team Titles before and that this is a first for both of them. We cut to the back with the final scene being Jeff Hardy and Manik hugging.


Jeff Hardy and Manik defeated Bad Influence to win the TNA World Tag Team Titles


- We cut to the back where Jeremy Borash is standing by the door to the office of Eric Bischoff. Eric emerges as Borash stops him and asks about the man who will referee the match between Abyss and Bobby Lashley tonight. Eric says the man is well known and is a proud member of Team Bischoff. Eric opens up the door to reveal none other then King Mo. King Mo proclaims he will call the match right down the middle tonight before he and Eric glance at eachother and start laughing. Mo says that Lashley has no chance in hell of winning this match tonight. The two men walk away as JR hypes the upcoming match.



- We get a "Against the odds" video package of Bobby Lashley and his time in TNA so far. We get gym workouts and a small interview where Lashley says he's ready to take down Abyss tonight and will stop at nothing to help Hulk Hogan.


TNA Singles Match:

Abyss W/ James Mitchell Vs Bobby Lashley

Special Referee: King Mo


First, King Mo makes his entrance in a referee shirt and jeans. He has his crown on and enters the ring before passing his crown off to Christy Hemme. The music of Abyss hits next as both Abyss and James Mitchell emerge from the back. They walk down to the ring as Abyss poses in the ring and is booed by the audience. The music of Lashley hits next as the crowd react by cheering him. He emerges from the back and immediately poses on the ramp as fireworks explode from behind him. Lashley jumps up onto the apron and enters the ring as James Mitchell holds Abyss back. King Mo calls for the opening bell and we're underway.

Immediately Lashley takes Abyss down with an amateur takedown but Abyss quickly powers out of this. Lashley powers Abyss into the corner as Abyss pounds away at the back of Lashley. Lashley collapses as Abyss attempts a stomp but Lashley rolls out of the way. Lashley charges in at Abyss attempting a spear but Abyss moves at the last second and Lashley ends up running head first into the ring post. Abyss pulls the unconscious Lashley into the ring before rolling him over and attempting a pin.

Lashley kicks out at two on pure instinct alone according to JR. Abyss whips Lashley off the ropes and hits him with a Samoan Drop in the middle of the ring and attempts another pin but Lashley once again kicks out at two. The match continues with Abyss dominating the match with brawl tactics and power moves until Lashley begins fighting back with shoulders to the corner but King Mo grabs Lashley and pulls him out of the corner and the two argue. Lashley turns around and is met with a big boot to the head from Abyss who covers Lashley but despite a quick count from King Mo, Lashley manages to kick out at just two as the match rages on.

Abyss and King Mo eventually resort to double teaming Lashley but as King Mo grabs Lashley and holds him for Abyss the unthinkable happens. Lashley gets loose and immediately spears Abyss right in the middle of the ring. Lashley covers Abyss but King Mo refuses to count it. Lashley and King Mo argue as King Mo throws a punch at Lashley but Lashley ducks it and spears King Mo right in the middle of the ring. Referee Earl Hebner comes jogging down to the ring as Abyss raises to his feet and is hit with yet another spear by Lashley. James Mitchell is on the apron and is punched down by Lashley. Lashley covers Abyss for the one, two and thr-NO! King Mo attacks Lashley from behind as referee Earl Hebner calls for the bell.

King Mo beats Lashley down as the announcers inform us that Earl Hebner lost control of the match and awarded the match to Lashley because of that. King Mo nails Lashley with a spinning back fist which knocks Lashley down to 1 knee. Mo tackles Lashley to the mat and punches away at Lashley until Earl Hebner and other referees seperate the two. King Mo poses in the ring as the announcers proclaim they cannot believe that Lashley got knocked out just now. The fans boo King Mo as he cockily dances over the unconscious body of Bobby Lashley.


Bobby Lashley defeated Abyss via disqualification


- We cut to the back where Magnus and Jeremy Borash are having a buddy buddy chat. Borash suddenly breaks into interview mode asking Magnus about his match with Samoa Joe tonight. Magnus talks about the fans, his family and friends who all told him he was crazy to get in the ring with Joe and that he should be afraid. Magnus says he doesn't fear Samoa Joe and that he's looking forward to wrestling one of the top talents in the world and beating Joe at his most vicious. Magnus says he hates Joe and what Joe has done to him but tonight he has to be nice and calm to beat Joe. Jeremy Borash wishes Magnus luck as we cut back to the arena.


TNA Television Championship Match:

Magnus (C) Vs Samoa Joe



As we cut away from the back the music of Samoa Joe hits as he walks out from the back with a towel over his head and his head lowered. The announcers talk about how focused Joe is right now as Joe enters the ring with the towel still over his head. The music of Magnus hits next as the TNA Television Champion makes his way down to the ring high fiving fans along the way. He enters the ring and poses on the top turnbuckle and poses with the TNA Television Title to a big cheer from the audience. Magnus jumps down and warms up in the corner as referee Brian Stiffler checks him for weapons. No weapons are found as Stiffler calls for the bell signalling the start of the match.


Joe tosses the towel to the floor as he and Magnus circle the ring. They both stop and begin arguing in the middle of the ring until Joe slaps Magnus. Magnus immediately attacks Joe with right hands and whips him off the ropes but that is reversed. Magnus comes flying off the ropes and is nailed with a massive lariat right in the middle of the ring by Joe. Joe attempts to end the match early but Magnus kicks out at two which the crowd pop for. Joe bounces off the ropes and delivers a massive boot to the face of Magnus who immediately grabs at his face and rolls around on the mat.

Joe continued dominating the match throwing a majority of his offense as Magnus simply took it and kept kicking out as Joe got more and more angry at being unable to put Magnus away. Joe viciously throws Magnus into an exposed turnbuckle multiple times and as the camera gets a look at Magnus' face we see that he is bleeding. Joe lifts him onto the top turnbuckle and has him in position for the Muscle Buster but Magnus kicks Joe in the chest. As Joe turns around he's met with a huge crossbody from the top rope by Magnus. Referee Stiffler drops down and manages a two count before Joe kicks out.

Magnus and Joe exchange forearms in the middle of the ring as Joe clearly has the upper hand. Multiple kicks to the leg put Magnus on the mat as Joe locks in the rear naked choke. The announcers proclaim this as the end as the bleeding Magnus uses all his strength to lift Joe up on his back and drive him into the corner. Magnus in a final act of desperation grabs Joe from the corner and nails a Death Valley Driver in the corner. An exhausted Magnus crawls over on top of Joe as Stiffler counts the one, two and thr-NO! Joe kicks out and has got his second wind! He kicks Magnus multiple times in the leg and kicks him directly in the face. Joe charges in on the downed Magnus but Magnus grabs a leg and rolls through. Blood drips from Magnus' face as he has his Cloverleaf locked in. Joe is in agony in the middle of the ring and passes out as referee Stiffler calls for the bell. Magnus passes out immediately after and collapses in a heap as the crowd chant "That was awesome" at the competitors.

The announcers put over both men complimenting Magnus on knocking Joe out and retaining his TNA Television Title but also complimenting Joe on not quitting despite the agony he was in. Both men are still unconscious in the ring as referees and medical staff both come down to the ring to check on the competitors. Joe is carted off on a stretcher as Magnus leaves under his own strength but flanked by EMT's. The announcers put over both men again with Mike Tenay saying it's the most amazing thing he's ever seen in wrestling.


Magnus defeated Samoa Joe to retain the TNA Television Championship


- We cut to the back where Hulk Hogan is watching the replays of the match on a monitor in the back. Jeremy Borash is on the scene and asks Hulk his thoughts on what he just saw. Hulk says it was amazing and that Magnus has so much determination, guts and heart and so does Joe. Hulk says that coming up next is the Triple Threat for the X-Division Title and that he thinks the next match can top Magnus/Joe. Hogan proclaims "What a pay per view, brother" as we cut to another part of the arena.


- We cut to the back where a clearly nervous Alex Shelley casually walks towards the ring with the X-Division Title around his waist. We get a split screen of both Austin Aries and Chris Sabin walking towards the ring as well as the announcers say that this next match is going to feature 3 of the best X-Division wrestlers competing for the right to be called champion.


TNA X-Division Championship Triple Threat Match:

Alex Shelley (C) Vs Austin Aries Vs Chris Sabin


"HAIL SABIN" starts as Chris Sabin emerges from the back looking ready for action he high fives fans at ringside and jumps into the ring before posing for the fans in the middle of the ring. Next, Austin Aries is out as he walks towards the ring looking focused and ready for the task at hand he walks down to the ringside area and waits outside the ring. Alex Shelley's music hits next and out comes the X-Division Champion looking worried about what he is about to get himself into. Shelley rolls into the ring and hands referee Brian Hebner the X-Division Title as Hebner calls for the opening bell.

Sabin and Shelley are the only two in the ring as Sabin and Shelley lock up. Sabin quickly powers Shelley into the corner but Brian Hebner breaks them up. Sabin looks out into the crowd but as he turns back around he is slapped in the face by Shelley who taunts him. Sabin repeatedly hits Shelley with right hands to the face and clotheslines him over the top rope. Sabin sets up on the top rope and nails a shooting star press from the turnbuckle to the floor which the crowd go crazy for. Austin Aries enters the ring and as both Shelley and Sabin recover on the floor we have Aries deliver a springboard moonsault from the middle rope onto both men. All three men are down and out on the floor as the audience erupt into a "this is awesome" chant.

Aries and Shelley make their way back into the ring as the fresher Aries uses a variety of moves to work Shelley over. Shelley eventually cuts off Aries and isolates Sabin from entering the ring. Shelley hits a great neckbreaker and attempts a pin but Sabin breaks that up at two. Sabin picks up Shelley looking for the Cradle Shock but Shelley slips out the back and nails a German Suplex in which Chris Sabin lands on his head. Referee Hebner drops down but can only manage a two count before Austin Aries kicks the legs out from underneath Shelley and attempts a pin of his own on Sabin but Sabin kicks out at two.

Mayhem ensues next with Aries nailing Shelley with a Brainbuster right in the middle of the ring. Sabin rolls Aries up from behind but Aries quickly kicks out and nails the Brainbuster on Sabin. Sabin is down and out in the ring as Aries climbs to the top rope and signals for the 450 Splash. With referee Brian Hebner distracted by the downed Sabin this allows Alex Shelley to smash the X-Division Title he retrieved from ringside into the jaw of Aries. Aries collapses from the top rope and onto the floor as Shelley tosses the belt to the floor, climbs to the top rope and nails the Frog Splash on Chris Sabin. Shelley hooks the leg and the rest is history as Brian Hebner drops down and counts the one, two and three. Alex Shelley has retained the TNA X-Division Championship in this Triple Threat match.

Post match the TNA X-Division Championship is handed to Shelley and he celebrates in the ring posing on the turnbuckle and yelling that he is the greatest X-Division wrestler in the world and that nobody can beat him. The announcers talk about just how good Shelley is as we cut to the back.


Alex Shelley defeated Austin Aries and Chris Sabin to retain the TNA X-Division Championship.


- We cut to the back as Jeremy Borash is standing by with Eric Bischoff, Kenny King, Rhett Titus and Ted DiBiase Jr. Ted Jr warms up as Borash asks Bischoff about his feeling on Mr Anderson returning and immediately coming for Ted DiBiase Jr. Bischoff says it was expected and that Anderson was always going to come back for revenge. Ted Jr interrupts at this point saying the key is to prevent people from coming back. Ted Jr says he's going to do that tonight and walks away with the rest of his stable in tow.


TNA Singles Match:

Mr Anderson Vs Ted DiBiase Jr W/ Team Bischoff


The music of Ted DiBiase Jr hits first as he emerges from the backstage area with his team in tow. The announcers speculate on where King Mo is as DiBiase enters the ring and poses on the turnbuckle arrogantly as he is booed by the New Jersey fans. Mr Anderson is out next as he walks out towards the ring confidently and is cheered on by the fans. He enters the ring and poses on the top turnbuckle as the fans erupt into cheers for him. He jumps down and allows himself to be checked for weapons by senior referee Earl Hebner. Earl checks Ted DiBiase Jr as well and once he is satisfied he calls for the opening bell.

Despite the two men disliking eachother they lock up in the middle of the ring as the announcers speculate on who will win this one. Anderson quickly grabs a side headlock but DiBiase Jr manages to get the ropes immediately causing Anderson to break the hold. DiBiase Jr charges at Anderson but Anderson delivers a drop toe hold and locks in a front face lock on DiBiase Jr. DiBiase Jr tries to get out of this but Anderson keeps it locked in as the fans start a smaller "Anderson" chant at ringside which Anderson plays to.

Eventually Anderson lost control of the match after Ted DiBiase Jr reversed an irish whip and Kenny King pulled the top rope down causing Anderson to spill to the outside. As DiBiase Jr distracted referee Hebner the All Night Express went to town on Anderson beating him down and even throwing him head first into the ring post. At this point DiBiase had control of the match and continued to dominate with a variety of moves which wore down Andersons neck. Eventually Anderson made a come back but all hell broke loose once DiBiase Jr ducked a clothesline attempt and Earl Hebner was hit and knocked down.

At this point Kenny King immediately jumped into the ring but was tossed over the top rope and to the floor. Rhett Titus entered with a chair in hand but was kicked in the stomach by Anderson and hit with a Mic Check. Anderson grabs the chair and lines DiBiase Jr up with it but Eric Bischoff is on the apron. Anderson drops the chair and drags Bischoff into the ring by his hair. Bischoff begs off as Anderson has him set up for the Mic Check but just as Anderson is about to nail it he's hit from behind with a chair. Anderson is grabbed from behind and is hit with the Dream Street by DiBiase Jr. DiBiase Jr covers as Eric Bischoff wakes Earl Hebner up and tells him to count. Earl Hebner very slowly counts the one, two and three and Ted DiBiase Jr has won this one.

Outside the ring is carnage with Kenny King assisting Rhett Titus on the floor and Eric Bischoff helping DiBiase Jr out of the ring. The announcers discuss how it took 4 men to beat Anderson tonight and that DiBiase Jr still had to cheat to do it. An exhausted DiBiase Jr raises his hands in triumph as the crowd erupts into boo's for him.


Ted DiBiase Jr defeated Mr Anderson


- We cut to the back where Kurt Angle is warming up. He completes his final stretches and leaves his lockeroom where he is greeted by the TNA Babyface lockeroom lead by Hulk Hogan. Hogan says he speaks for every fan out there and every wrestler behind him today when he says it's time for Angle to win what is rightfully his. Hulk says that AJ Styles is not a champion that the people can be proud of but Kurt is. Kurt seems touched and says tonight he's winning the TNA World Heavyweight Title for the fans and every wrestler in the back who hates AJ Styles.



TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match:

AJ Styles (C) Vs Kurt Angle


"Evil Ways" blasts through the arena as AJ Styles slowly walks out from the backstage area with the TNA World Heavyweight Title around his waist. He plays to the crowd a little earning himself a mixed reaction before sliding into the ring and posing with the belt. He warms up in the corner as the music of Kurt Angle hits and out emerges Kurt Angle from the backstage area. He walks down the aisle way and stops as fireworks explode from the stage. Kurt slides into the ring as referee Earl Hebner holds him back from getting at AJ. We get the formal ring introduction from Jeremy Borash and Earl Hebner calls for the opening bell.


The two immediately begin brawling as Kurt Angle gets the upper hand and nails AJ with a number of German Suplexes. Angle picks AJ up and tosses him over the top rope as the two continue to brawl around the ringside area with Kurt having the upperhand. AJ hits Angle in the head with a chair as Kurt quickly collapses on the announce table. AJ climbs on the announce table and drags Angle with him. AJ kicks Kurt in the stomach and sets up for the Styles Clash as the announcers yell that this could end Angle's career. AJ delivers the Styles Clash right through the announce table as the crowd erupt into a "Holy shit" chant. Referee Earl Hebner exits the ring and starts counting both men out. AJ gets to his feet after a 5 count and Kurt Angle uses the guardrail to get to his feet at an 8 count.


AJ immediately begins attacking Angle and tosses him into the ring. AJ tosses a table into the ring and also throws a Steel Chair in. AJ finds a ladder and throws that at Angle in the ring knocking Angle down. AJ enters the ring and tosses Angle onto the table before setting up the ladder and raising a hand above his head which the crowd cheer for. AJ attempts a Spiral Tap from the top of the ladder but Kurt moves at the last second sending AJ straight through the table. An exhausted Angle uses the ropes to keep himself steady as AJ is already at a 5 count. AJ manages to get his feet just before the 10 count but is groggy.


Kurt Angle swings the steel chair at AJ but AJ ducks it and takes it from Angle and hits him in the head with it. Angle stumbles back a bit but begs for another one as AJ wheels back and hits Angle again. Angle stumbles 3 steps back and starts beating his chest. AJ swings the chair a final time but Kurt grabs it and hits AJ hard in the ribs with it. AJ falls back into the corner as Kurt sets the chair up and places AJ on the top rope. Kurt takes a moment to gather himself but finally hits an Angle Slam on AJ straight onto the chair as the crowd go crazy as does JR who claims AJ Styles has to be dead. Referee Earl Hebner starts counting both men out. Kurt Angle rises to his feet at a 4 count but AJ Styles does not recover and is counted out by Earl Hebner.


Post match Kurt Angle is slightly bleeding from the vicious chair shots and is handed the TNA World Heavyweight Title by Earl Hebner. Kurt raises the belt in the air as confetti falls from the rafters. The announcers are going crazy claiming this is a great end to the year as Kurt Angle celebrates with fans around ringside who are happy to see a new champion here in New Jersey. JR thanks us for tuning in and proclaims that the future is bright for TNA. He says he'll see us on Impact as the show closes.


Kurt Angle defeated AJ Styles for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship


---End Show---


PPV Buyrate: 17,965

Show Attendance: 3842

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- Last nights TNA Pay Per View drew a respectable buyrate for themselves earning almost 18,000 buys for a show that featured AJ Styles Vs Kurt Angle, Mr Anderson Vs Ted DiBiase Jr and Jeff Jarrett Vs John Hennigan. Apparently TNA are happy about this and are looking to build their next PPV offering (Genesis) to receive a similar number.


- During last nights Jeff Jarrett Vs John Hennigan match an injury occured when a basic spot caused Hennigan to land hard on his nose therefore breaking it. It is a minor break hence why it wasn't obvious to the fans at home but Hennigan is expected to be out of TNA for 3-4 weeks whilst it heals. Hennigan will not need surgery and may still be involved in TNA angles in a non physical capacity


- Rumor around the TNA backstage area is that Eric Bischoff is upset at Isis' inability to get over. Eric initially thought he had quite the coop when he signed 6'9 Isis to a contract but the fans don't seem to care for her at all and often don't react to her in matches. Eric is said to be even more upset that he has booked himself into a corner and cannot get out of the Isis situation for awhile.


- Here is the upcoming Press Release for TNA Impact:


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Total Nonstop Action Wrestling arrives at the Smith Spectrum in Logan, Utah for 2 hours of hard hitting LIVE wrestling action featuring all of your favourite wrestling superstars including Hulk Hogan, Kurt Angle, Jeff Hardy, Bobby Lashley, Jeff Jarrett and all your other favourite TNA superstars.

This edition of TNA Impact Wrestling will feature a main event that will truly blow the roof off the Smith Spectrum. In your TNA Impact Wrestling main event you will see Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian of the Bad Influence invoke their rematch clause for a TNA World Tag Team Title match against the current champions who are of course, Jeff Hardy and Manik. Who will come out on top? Will Bad Influence regain the World Tag Titles? Can Jeff Hardy and Manik keep them? This main event cannot be missed!


In other news, New TNA World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle will be in Utah for this edition of Impact. Kurt Angle has requested time to celebrate his 6th World Heavyweight Title with the TNA Wrestling fans and this request has been granted by TNA officials. Make sure you tune in so you can celebrate this momentous occasion with the former Olympic Gold Medalist and current TNA World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle.


Other matches on the card will consist of X-Division star Noam Dar taking on Chavo Guerrero Jr. We'll see MMA sensation King Mo have his first TNA match against TNA rookie Matt Milan and Ted DiBiase Jr will take on Rob Terry.


This edition of TNA Impact promises to be huge so why not join us LIVE on Spike TV at 8/9c? This event will be one you definitely do not want to miss
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- We open up to a shot of the Smith Spectrum in Logan Utah as fireworks explode from the ring posts and JR welcomes us to the event. He says last Sunday night was Final Resolution and that we have a new World Heavyweight and new TNA Tag Team Champions. We get clips from the main event of Final Resolution including AJ missing the Spiral Tap through a table and Kurt Angle getting hit multiple times in the head with a Steel Chair but shrugging it off.


Mike Tenay makes note that Kurt Angle suffered a concussion at Final Resolution but will still make an appearance here tonight to celebrate his title victory. Tenay also makes note that AJ Styles has not arrived at the building tonight and isn't likely to show up after hurting his ribs last night. JR hypes up tonights main event which will feature Jeff Hardy and Manik defending the TNA World Tag Titles against Bad Influence.


- We cut to the ring where Jeremy Borash is standing with a microphone he welcomes the fans to TNA Impact and says that right now he'd like to introduce a man that the fans all know and that man is Hulk Hogan. Hulk's music plays and he walks out and down towards the ring. He poses on the ramp as the crowd erupt into cheers for him. He enters the ring and shakes Jeremy Borash's hand as Borash makes note that Hogan has a special announcement about the new year


Hogan plays to the Utah crowd a little bit before saying that Jeremy Borash is correct and that big things are happening in TNA with it all starting on the January 2nd edition of TNA Impact Wrestling which will be a special edition live from the Pauley Pavillin. Hogan says that AJ Styles will receive a shot at Kurt Angle's World Heavyweight Title at that show in the confines of a Steel Cage. This gets a nice reaction from the audience as a small "Hogan" chant breaks out. Hogan cups his hand to his ear as the crowd erupt into more cheers causing Hogan to have to settle them down.


Hogan says "a special someone from the area" will also make their return on the night but that he can't reveal who it is just yet because the person wants to reveal who they are on tomorrow nights edition of TNA Showtime. The crowd boo this as Hulk tells the fans to enjoy tonights show and of course the main event between Bad Influence and Jeff Hardy/Manik. Hulk leaves to the back as the announcers hype the January 2nd edition of TNA Impact. We cut to commercial break with the final image being Hulk posing on the ramp.



TNA Triple Threat Match:

Austin Aries Vs Greg Marasciulo Vs Wes Brisco



We return from commercial with Wes Brisco in the ring already. He's yelling at some fans at ringside as the music of Greg Marasciulo hits and he walks down to the ring and high fives multiple fans. He jumps into the ring and poses on the turnbuckle to a little pop as he and Wes argue back and forth. The music of Austin Aries hits next and he walks out looking smug as ever and ready for action. He enters the ring and poses on the turnbuckle to a good pop from the audience and jumps down. Referee Brian Hebner checks that all three men are ready to start the match and calls for the opening bell.


Aries stands in the corner as Brisco immediately attacks Marasciulo and tosses him into the corner hitting him with right hands as Marasciulo attempts to cover up and block them. Brisco whips Marasciulo off the ropes and drops down but Marasciulo holds onto the ropes. Wes charges at Marasciulo but Marasciulo lowers the ropes sending Wes falling to the floor. Wes recovers on the floor and stands up but as he does Marasciulo throws himself over the top rope but Wes moves causing Marasciulo to land hard on the floor. Wes climbs back into the ring and is immediately met with a clothesline from Austin Aries.


Aries begins working Brisco over with a number of suplexes and holds. Marasciulo eventually makes his way into the ring and nails Aries with a belly to back suplex which puts Aries down on the mat. Marasciulo attempts a lariat on Wes but Wes ducks it and rolls Marasciulo up for a 2 count. Both men are then nailed with a double clothesline by Aries who quickly grabs Marasciulo after this and nails him with a stalling suplex. Wes Brisco recovers on the floor as Austin Aries leaps through the middle ropes and right onto Wes. Aries is down for a few seconds but climbs up onto the apron and as Marasciulo gets to his feet Aries springboards and nails him with a springboard forearm right to the face.


Aries attempts the pin but Marasciulo kicks out at two and rolls to the floor. Aries turns around but as he does Wes Brisco swings a metal pipe at his head. Aries ducks this, kicks Wes in the stomach and nails a Brainbuster right in the middle of the ring. Greg Marasciulo is nowhere in sight as Aries covers Wes Brisco. Referee Brian Hebner drops down and counts to three before awarding the match to Austin Aries.


Post match Austin Aries' hand is raised by Brian Hebner as he celebrates his victory by posing for the fans. Wes Brisco slaps the mat in disappointment and leaves as the announcers put over Austin Aries in a big way.


Austin Aries defeated Greg Marasciulo and Wes Brisco



- We cut to the back where Garrett Bischoff and Wes Brisco are arguing. Wes is upset that Garrett didn't even try and help him win that last match. Garrett argues back that Wes says he didn't need help. Wes Brisco storms off as Garrett follows after him trying to calm him down.


- We return from commercial and we're in the backstage area as Jeremy Borash is standing by with Bobby Lashley. Borash asks Lashley about the incident on Sunday night involving King Mo. Lashley is calm and collected as he talks about King Mo and calls him a coward. Lashley says tonight he's going to be watching King Mo's debut match with great interest.


- A white strech limousine arrives in the parking lot of the arena. the announcers speculate on who it could be as a nicely dressed Melina Perez emerges from the back seat. She angrily walks towards the arena as we cut back to the ring



TNA Tag Team Match:

Bromans Vs Team 3.D



Bromans emerge from the backstage area acting like their normal goofy selves. They enter the ring and high five one another as the music of Team 3.D hits and they emerge from the back looking focused on the task at hand. JR runs us through some of what happened on Sunday night and informs us that Team 3.D will receive a title shot at Genesis. Team 3.D pose on opposite turnbuckles as the crowd boo them. This doesn't bother Team 3.D however, they simply yell at the audience before jumping off the turnbuckle and allowing themselves to be checked for weapons by Brian Stiffler


The opening bell is called for by Brian Stiffler as Robbie E locks up with Bully Ray to start this one. Bully Ray easily overpowers Robbie E as Robbie picks himself up off the mat and charges at Bully Ray who picks him up and scoop slams him on the mat. Robbie E rolls over and tags in Jessie as Bully puts his hand out allowing Devon to tag in. Jessie charges at Devon as Devon scoops him up and attempts the scoop slam but Jessie falls out the back and nails Devon with a neckbreaker in the middle of the ring. Jessie attempts a pin but Devon kicks out at two as the match rages on.


Jessie managed to work over Devon for a little while but eventually Devon gouged the eyes of Jessie and tossed him into the corner. Bully Ray distracts the referee as Devon chokes Jessie with his boot before suplexing Jessie from the corner and into the middle of the ring. Devon attempts a pin but Robbie E breaks it up. As Brian Stiffler is distracted by Robbie E we have Team 3.D taking advantage of Jessie as Bully Ray holds him and Devon punches away at him in the face. Referee Brian Stiffler turns around but doesn't catch the double teams from Team 3.D who had been doing this type of thing all match.


Jessie eventually got a hot tag to Robbie E who rushed in immediately hitting Bully Ray with right hands and clotheslining him over the top rope. Robbie E turned his attention to Devon but Devon clotheslines Robbie E down. Jessie attacks Devon as the two brawl to the floor and fight near the announce table. Robbie E recovers in the ring but as he gets to his knees he's met by Bully Ray who quickly grabs him and nails the Bully Bomb right in the middle of the ring. Bully hooks Robbie E's leg for the three count and the victory.


Post match Team 3.D celebrate their win in the entrance way as JR puts them over talking about how this was a tough challenge for them and will help make them stronger for the upcoming TNA World Tag Title match at the Pay Per View. We cut to commercial as Team 3.D celebrate their victory on the ramp.


Team 3.D defeated Bromans



- We return from commercial and Team 3.D are standing by with Jeremy Borash. Borash asks Team 3.D about their upcoming match at the PPV with the winner of tonights main event. Bully says it doesn't matter whether it's Kazarian/Daniels or Hardy/Manik because at the end of the day Team 3.D are the greatest tag team in wrestling history. Devon talks about the 23 World Tag Team Titles that the team have won and says he's looking forward to making it 24 at the Pay Per View.



- We get a graphic advertising the fact that tomorrow nights TNA Showtime will feature an appearance from someone making their return to professional wrestling after a hiatus.



- Melina Perez is now with Jeremy Borash as he asks about her the condition of John Hennigan. Melina tells him to mind his own business and immediately goes into a rant about Jeff and Karen Jarrett. Melina says she blames Jeff Jarrett for hurting John Hennigan at Final Resolution and that later on she's going to the ring to call both of them out.



TNA Singles Match:

Anarquia Vs Bobby Lashley



Revolution X music brings out Anarquia who walks down to the ring and enters it. He argues with referee Brian Hebner for a minute until the music of Bobby Lashley hits and out walks Lashley. Tenay takes the time to put over Lashley's pro wrestling and mixed martial arts achievements as Lashley jumps up onto the apron and enters the ring. JR talks about how mad Lashley must be tonight as Brian Hebner calls for the opening bell.


Immediately Lashley launches himself at Anarquia and takes him down with an amateur takedown. Lashley begins punching away at the head of Anarquia but Anarquia manages to get a hand to the ropes forcing the rope break. Anarquia gets to his feet again but Lashley quickly takes him down again and this time repeatedly knees Anarquia in the ribs. Anarquia once again struggles to the ropes as referee Brian Hebner breaks the hold and stands both men up.


Anarquia never got a shot to really get into the match as Lashley continued to dominate him every chance he got either with MMA related holds and moves or pro wrestling manevours. A Gorilla Press Slam in the middle of the ring almost resulted in a three count for Lashley but Anarquia managed to kick out at the last minute. Anarquia did mount a small amount of offense late in the match after a lowblow on Lashley and multiple right hands to the back and head of Lashley which resulted in the big man dropping to his knee.


Anarquia quickly lost the advantage however as Anarquia attempted to whip Lashley off the ropes. Lashley reversed it and nailed Anarquia with a powerslam in the middle of the ring. Lashley immediately set up for a spear and as Anarquia got to his feet and turned around he was nailed with a spear. Lashley quickly picked Anarquia up and nailed the Dominator right in the middle of the ring before covering Anarquia for the three count and the very very easy victory on TNA Impact.


Post match Lashley looks at the camera and does the "cut throat" sign. Taz speculates that Lashley might be trying to send a message to King Mo with tonights match as JR questions when the two will collide in the ring one on one.


Bobby Lashley defeated Anarquia



- We cut to the back where Hulk Hogan and Kurt Angle are having a friendly chat backstage. Hogan hands a clipboard to Angle and Angle quickly signs whatever is on the clipboard and hands it back to Hogan. The two shake hands as we cut away to a different part of the arena.


- We are now following Bobby Lashley who is being congratulated on his victory by a few backstage workers. He thanks them and walks down a lone corridor towards his dressing room but as he suddenly turns a corner he's hit with a big right hand straight to the face. The camera pans up and we see King Mo who shakes his hand in pain and yells "GET HIM" which results in both Kenny King and Rhett Titus quickly putting the boots to him. King Mo grabs a nearby steel chair and lodges Lashley's arm in it. King Mo stomps the chair once as Kenny King and Rhett Titus repeatedly stomp the arm of the unconscious Bobby Lashley. King Mo and The All Night Express quickly leave the scene as an unconscious Bobby Lashley is left down and out.



TNA Singles Match:

Rob Terry Vs Ted DiBiase Jr W/ Eric Bischoff



We return from commercial break as Rob Terry is already in the ring and is playing to the crowd. He does a muscle pose as the music of Ted DiBiase Jr hits and he emerges from the back with Eric Bischoff. The announcers can't get over what we just saw with 3 members of Team Bischoff and Bobby Lashley as they discuss it. Ted DiBiase Jr enters the ring and poses in the middle of the ring as he gets heavily booed by the audience. Referee Earl Hebner checks him for weapons, finds nothing and calls for the opening bell


Ted DiBiase Jr kind of tests the water early on and avoids Rob Terry as his manager Eric Bischoff joins the announcers at ringside. Eric is happy to see Taz but doesn't like JR or Tenay and says as much. In the ring Rob Terry has got the better of Ted DiBiase Jr and whips him off the ropes nailing him with a big boot and quickly delivers a huge elbow drop in the middle of the ring before attempting a pin which Ted quickly kicks out of. Terry hits a big Gorilla Press Slam on Ted which causes DiBiase Jr to roll to the floor and beg off on Rob Terry.


Terry follows DiBiase to the floor and it turned out to be a mistake as a desperate DiBiase Jr threw a fans drink into the face of Rob Terry. Terry was blinded as DiBiase Jr tossed him into the ring steps. The two continued to brawl around ringside as JR questioned Bischoff about the Bobby Lashley situation. Bischoff denies knowing anything about it but says he's glad that Lashley was assaulted. As Bischoff finishes his sentence Rob Terry has finally got his second wind back in the ring hitting DiBiase Jr with multiple clotheslines and delivering a Samoan Drop on him which earned the Welsh star a 2 count which was almost 3


DiBiase Jr begs off once more but as Terry looks out into the crowd DiBiase Jr manages to knock the big man down with a solid right hand. Terry gets to his feet but is quickly hit with the Dream Street in the middle of the ring. Ted DiBiase Jr covers Rob Terry and earns himself a three count and ultimately, the victory.


Post match Ted DiBiase Jr and Eric Bischoff celebrate in the ring as the announcers talk about how they dislike the duo but cannot argue with their success. DiBiase Jr and Eric hug as we cut away to a commercial break.


Ted DiBiase Jr W/ Eric Bischoff defeated Rob Terry



- We return from commercial break and cut to the arena where the announcers take a moment to discuss tonights main event between Bad Influence and Manik/Jeff Hardy for the TNA World Tag Team Titles. As they finish the plug they attempt to plug something else but the music of John Hennigan hits and out walks Melina Perez who is clearly still angry about what happened on Sunday night. She enters the ring and immediately shoves Christy Hemme before taking her microphone. Christy Hemme leaves the ring as Melina begins to speak.


Melina informs the audience that she is indeed angry about what happened on Sunday and that John Hennigan is out injured until next month after suffering a broken nose at the hands of Jeff Jarrett. Melina calls Jeff Jarrett an animal and mentions that Karen Jarrett is his "lap dog bitch" this gets a big "ohhh" from the audience as Melina says she wants a match with Karen Jarrett at Genesis. Melina tells Karen to get her ass out to the ring right now.


The music of Jeff Jarrett hits and out walks Karen Jarrett with a microphone in her hand. Karen says that Melina's challenge is very interesting but Karen reminds Melina that she's not a wrestler and therefore will not wrestle Melina in a singles match at Genesis. Karen says that she still wants to humiliate Melina at the Pay Per View and challenges her to a bikini contest. This gets a big pop from the audience as Melina shakes her head "no"


Karen suggests that Melina is afraid of losing so says she will sweeten the deal. Karen says that if Melina is voted the winner of the bikini contest at the Pay Per View that the two will have a match in the future. Karen goes onto say that if she wins then Jeff Jarrett will get another shot to bust John Hennigans nose at an upcoming TNA event. Melina takes a moment to think about this and finally agrees to the contest at Genesis. She informs Karen that nobody looks better in a bikini then her and says she will destroy her in the ring when given a shot.


Karen laughs this off and leaves as Melina fumes in the ring and quickly stomps off to the back as the announcers hype this match. Taz proclaims he doesn't care who wins and that he's excited just to see these 2 "Tomata's" go at it in a bikini contest.



TNA Singles Match:

Chavo Guerrero Vs Noam Dar




As the announcers hype tonights main event between Bad Influence and Jeff Hardy/Manik the music of Chavo Guerrero hits and out walks Chavo looking arrogant and confident about his upcoming match. He enters the ring and poses on one knee in the middle of the ring as the crowd boo him. Noam Dar's music hits next and out rushes the X-Division star to a small pop from the audience. JR takes the time to put over Noam and shows us a quick highlight reel of Noam beating a lot of TNA stars as we cut back to the ring. Brian Stiffler calls for the opening bell and we're underway.


Noam immediately locks up with Chavo but Chavo wrestles him to the mat quickly and locks in a leg lock on Noam but Noam stands up in it and stomps Chavo hard on the chest. Noam bounces off the ropes and nails a running senton which earns him a quick 1 count. Chavo is hit with multiple arm drags and is even nailed with a Japanese Armdrag as Noam earns himself yet another 1 count. Chavo rolls to the floor and stretches out his arm a little as Noam launches himself over the top rope and onto Chavo. Noam quickly tosses Chavo back into the ring and pins him but Chavo kicks out at two.


Chavo eventually gets the better of Noam stomping his foot and eye gouging him before snap suplexing him into the middle of the ring and climbing up top. Noam gets to his feet as Chavo delivers a missile dropkick on Noam knocking him down. Chavo taunts Noam and the audience as they boo him heavily. Chavo continues to work Noam down throughout the match as the crowd are solidly behind Noam and chanting for him to do something. Chavo attempts a Powerbomb late in the match but Noam slips out of the back and rolls Chavo up but Chavo kicks out at two.


Chavo charges at Noam but Noam ducks and rolls Chavo up again but only gets a 2 count. Noam quickly dropkicks Chavo down and climbs to the top rope before attempting a double foot stomp but Chavo moves and Noam obviously misses. Chavo turns Noam around and attempts the Gory Bomb but Noam drops out from behind and rolls Chavo up for the three count! Noam immediately rolls to the floor and bails towards the backstage area as Chavo Guerrero is shocked in the ring and cannot believe what just happened to him.


Noam Dar defeated Chavo Guerrero



- We cut to the back as Noam Dar is walking through the backstage area tired after his match with Chavo. He turns a corner and is slapped on the chest by someone. That someone is revealed to be Kurt Angle who has the TNA World Heavyweight Title draped over his shoulder. The two shake hands as Kurt says that he's been keeping a close eye on Noam Dar for awhile and likes what he has seen. Kurt invites Noam to come with him and learn a little about the wrestling business. The two walk off as JR talks about what an honor it is for Noam to receive such praise from Kurt Angle.


- We cut to the announcers who show us footage from "about 20 minutes ago" where an unconscious Bobby Lashley is loaded onto a stretcher and is driven off in an Ambulance. JR notes that he can now confirm that Bobby Lashley suffered a broken arm at the hands of King Mo and The All Night Express and that it could be awhile until he returns to TNA at 100%. Taz speculates that Lashley will be back before we know it even with a broken arm.



TNA Singles Match:

King Mo Vs Matt Milan



We return from commercial as TNA development wrestler Matt Milan is in the ring warming up. Matt is doing a "College Jock" gimmick and has some support on his side. King Mo's music hits as he walks out from the back with The All Night Express behind him in "Team Mo" jackets. The trio walk down to the ring with King Mo warming up in between the both of them. He shadow boxes and enters the ring as referee Earl Hebner checks that both men are ready and calls for the bell.


This match was always going to be quick as King Mo and Matt Milan stand off. King Mo throws a punch early but Matt Milan manages to block it and attempts a punch of his own but King Mo hits him with a counter and knocks him down. King Mo immediately dives on top of him and repeatedly punches him in the head as referee Earl Hebner calls for the bell and awards the match to King Mo.


Post match King Mo celebrates his very quick knockout victory over Matt Milan by standing over him and yelling about how he is the greatest fighter in the world. The All Night Express lift King Mo onto their shoulders as King Mo celebrates like he has just won the Superbowl.


King Mo defeated Matt Milan



- We cut to the back as the TNA World Tag Team Champions Manik and Jeff Hardy are warming up in the back. Jeremy Borash is on the scene as he asks Jeff Hardy about winning the titles sunday night on the Pay Per View. Hardy says that teaming up with Manik and winning his first TNA World Tag Title was amazing but that it's a lot harder to keep the titles then to win them. Hardy says he's ready for the upcoming match and that he and Manik are keeping the TNA World Tag Titles.



TNA World Tag Team Title Match:

Bad Influence Vs Jeff Hardy and Manik (C)




We cut to the arena as the music of Bad Influence hits and the crowd erupts into jeers and booing. JR makes note that the winner of this match is going to have a big match at Genesis against Team 3.D for the Tag Titles. Bad Influence enter the ring and pose for the audience before jumping off and awaiting their opponents. The music of Jeff Hardy hits and out come the TNA World Tag Team Champions with the titles firmly around their waists. Jeff Hardy rocks out in the ramp way as Manik taunts Bad Influence in the ring. Hardy and Manik look at eachother and charge the ring as Earl Hebner calls for the opening bell.



We start with brawling as Manik and Hardy definitely have the advantage over Bad Influence and toss both members of Bad Influence over the top rope. Jeff Hardy drops to his knee's as Manik bounces off the ropes and uses Hardy as a launching pad onto both members of Bad Influence. The crowd go crazy for this as Hardy quickly rolls to the floor and tosses Christopher Daniels into the ring and legdrops him. Hardy whips Daniels into the corner and delivers a strong clothesline on him. Daniels drops down as Hardy dropkicks the downed Daniels and attempts a pin but Daniels kicks out at two.



Hardy dominated for a little while longer but eventually Daniels cut Hardy off with a neckbreaker and worked him over. Daniels and Kazarian took turns tagging in and out and working over Hardy as he desperately tried to tag in Manik but he couldn't get the tag. Daniels and Kazarian continued to work Hardy over with double team moves and cheated when Earl Hebner wasn't looking. Eventually Hardy got a bit of a comeback going when he hit Daniels with an enziguri and knocked Kazarian off the apron. At this point Hardy managed the hot tag to Manik who immediately climbs to the top rope and delivers a missile dropkick on Christopher Daniels.



Manik is a house on fire as Kazarian is thrown in by him as well. Manik attempts a dropkick but Kazarian moves causing referee Earl Hebner to be hit with the dropkick. Kazarian delivers a DDT on Manik as Daniels takes care of Hardy throwing him over the top rope. Kazarian leaves the ring and tosses the TNA World Tag Team Title into the ring. Manik rises to his feet as Kazarian swings the Tag Title but Manik ducks and kicks Kazarian in the stomach. Manik gets Kazarian in position for a powerbomb but as he gets him up for it Kazarian smashes the TNA World Tag Team Title into the head of Manik and lands on top of him. Kazarian tosses the belt to the floor as referee Earl Hebner slowly recovers and slowly counts the three count to end the title reign of Jeff Hardy and Manik after just 4 days.



Post match the announcers can't believe what has happened and are calling for a replay. Bad Influence celebrate in the ring as Jeff Hardy is in the ring and is checking on Manik. Bad Influence taunt Manik and Jeff Hardy from the aisleway as Jeff Hardy glares at them. We cut to commercial with JR telling us that there is plenty more to come from tonights program and not to tune out.



Bad Influence defeated Jeff Hardy and Manik to win the TNA World Tag Team Titles



- We return from commercial as the music of Kurt Angle hits. He walks out onto the stage in a suit and tie as streamers flow from the rafters. An "Angle" chant starts up through the arena as Angle walks down the aisleway and enters the ring. He soaks in the chants and adjusts the TNA World Heavyweight Title before being handed the microphone.


Angle says he loves Utah and gets a big cheer from the audience. Angle says he wishes he could wrestle in front of each and every one of the Utah fans tonight but due to suffering a concussion and a few minor injuries at the PPV his doctors have encouraged him not to risk it. The crowd boo as Kurt shrugs his shoulders and says at least he showed up unlike AJ Styles who is too embarrased to show up. Kurt tries to lead an "AJ sucks" chant but it only really gets started at ringside.


Kurt says he has accomplished everything there is in TNA. Kurt says he's a Hall Of Famer, 6 time TNA World Heavyweight Champion, Former TNA Tag Team Champion and former TNA X-Division Champion. Kurt talks about the Main Event Mafia and his feud with Samoa Joe and says he is truly blessed to be in the position he is in today. Kurt says he just wanted to come out and thank the fans.


Kurt is about to leave the ring until the music of Ted DiBiase Jr plays and out he walks alone with a microphone in his hand. He gets booed by the audience as he tells them to shut up and gets booed again. Kurt asks DiBiase Jr why he interrupted him as Ted Jr cuts Angle down saying that he's sick of TNA being the "Angle show" and he's sick of guys in their 40's hogging the spot light. DiBiase says Angle is a great wrestler but that he has to step aside and let the young guns like him get a shot at the TNA World Heavyweight Title.


Angle asks DiBiase Jr if he wants a shot at the TNA World Heavyweight Title and DiBiase Jr nods his head "Yes" Kurt says all DiBiase Jr had to do was ask. Kurt says he doesn't back down from any challenger and proclaims DiBiase Jr as the number 2 contender. Angle says regardless of who wins at the special edition of Impact in a couple of weeks DiBiase Jr can have a shot at the World Heavyweight Title at Genesis. DiBiase Jr smirks from the stage as Kurt tells DiBiase Jr to wipe the smirk off his face because Kurt will be champion at Genesis and Kurt will tear DiBiase Jr limb from limb to retain the title if he needs to.


DiBiase Jr says it isn't going to go down that way and that he'll prove it right now. DiBiase Jr takes off his jacket and dumps it on the stage and walks towards the ring. Just as DiBiase Jr is about to slide into the ring JR says that's all we have time for on this edition of Impact. He thanks us for tuning in as we fade to black with both DiBiase Jr and Angle seemingly ready to fight.


---End Show---


Show Attendance: 2432

Show Rating: C

TV Rating: 1.2
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- TNA Impact managed just a 1.2 rating last night which is down from the previous edition of Impact which was a 1.4. This edition featured Kurt Angles TNA World Title celebration and a TNA World Tag Team Title match between Bad Influence and Jeff Hardy/Manik.


- TNA's announcement of a major star returning to wrestling on tonights TNA Showtime has been kept such a secret that Hulk Hogan allegedly does not even know who it is. A source from within TNA told us that nobody even had an idea of who it may be and that the signing is known by Dixie and Eric only.



- Here is the TNA Showtime press release for tonights edition of the show:


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Total Nonstop Action Wrestling will be at Universal Studio's in Orlando Florida for an hour of hard hitting wrestling action coming to you LIVE on Spike TV. This event will feature all of your favourite TNA stars and cannot be missed.


Fans who tune into TNA Showtime on Friday night are in for a treat. On Impact last night Hulk Hogan revealed that someone would be announcing their return to wrestling on this show. Hulk won't budge and tell anyone who it is so one has to wonder who this person is? Why is he/she coming to TNA? You have to tune in and find out!


In wrestling action we'll see the TNA Television Champion in action as Magnus wrestles Revolution X's Anarquia. We'll see Abyss collide with Hernandez and fans will also witness Noam Dar take on Greg Marasciulo in X-Division action.


This event is one not to be missed with big announcements and big matches all on the agenda. You have to tune in and watch this event live on Spike TV at 8/9c. It can't be missed!
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