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Impact Wrestling
1/16/2014
The Asylum
Nashville, Tennessee


The show begins once again with no pyro, opening video, or anything special. The camera goes over the entire crowd eventually settling back down on the announce desk where Jeremy Borash and Mike Tenay welcome everyone to tonight’s broadcast. The two hype up the beginnings of the tag team and television championship tournament as well as tonight’s main event, a six man tag team match featuring all three members of E.G.O., Bobby Roode, Christopher Daniels, and Kazarian taking on the team of Bully Ray, Garrett Bischoff, and Wes Brisco. Once Mike and Jeremy finish the rundown, the music of “The Cowboy” James Storm begins to play.

James Storm, followed closely by his tag team partner Gunner, come racing down the ramp. Storm, who has been taunted the past couple weeks by flickering lights following his matches, appears determined to get to the bottom of the situation right here and now.


Storm and Gunner enter the ring and immediately Storm asks for a microphone. He wastes no time in calling out the man who has been taunting him for the past couple of weeks, saying there’s no need to hide behind anything, if he wants to fight then come and fight. Storm prepares himself to fight but no one comes. Storm tries getting the man to come out once again but still nothing. Storm and Gunner wait, and wait, and wait but nobody ever comes. Finally they give up. Right as they are turning around and preparing themselves for their upcoming match, the Bro-Mans (Jessie G. and Robbie E.), trying to take advantage of the situation with Storm and the mystery person, sneak up behind them and attempt a sneak attack. Luckily Gunner notices them in time and stops them.

Match #1: Bro-Mans vs. Gunner & James Storm – Round 1/Tag Team Championship Tournament

With the experience of being former tag team champions on their side, as well as having successfully stopped a sneak attack by the Bro-Mans, Storm and Gunner start the match off in very good position. They use their tag team know how to keep Jessie G. and Robbie E. away from each other for as long as they can. One would think that with Gunner and Storm’s size as well as their reputation for being tough and aggressive that they would easily walk over the less experienced Bro-Mans but Jessie and Robbie are actually holding their own fairly well, despite being constantly put into bad situations. Despite dominating the match, Storm and Gunner are unable to put the Bro-Man’s away and that failure to secure the victory starts to put a wedge between the two former champions. Storm and Gunner begin visibly arguing amongst each other. Luckily for them, at this point in the match the Bro-Mans have pretty much tired themselves out so they are not much of a threat to steal the victory but Storm and Gunner still continue arguing. Gunner, who decides he has had enough, tags himself in. With a look of determination on his face, and after a brief struggle, he gets Robbie E. up the Gun Rack in an attempt to finish him off. Robbie E. has no strength left anymore so he quickly taps out.


Winners via Submission: Gunner & James Storm

Gunner & Storm move on to the triple threat finals for a shot at regaining the tag team titles but they can’t feel good about how they got there. Following the match, there is still visible tension between the two. When Storm attempts to smooth things over by offering to shake Gunner’s hand, Gunner pauses for a moment and then walk off without shaking Storm’s hand. Storm can’t do anything at this point other than shake his head and start walking to the back.

Right before Impact Wrestling goes to commercial, the cameras go to the backstage parking lot area where Bully Ray (with Brooke right behind him), Garrett Bischoff, and Wes Brisco (still wearing the Leather Face-like mask) arrive to the arena together, all on motorcycles. An obvious sign of solidarity amongst the former Aces & Eights members as they prepare for their upcoming main event match.

*Commercial*

Coming back from commercial, the Impact Wrestling cameras go right into the E.G.O. locker room where Bobby Roode, Christopher Daniels, and Kazarian all are.

Roode starts off by pacing nervously back and forth. Kazarian keeps repeating “what are we going to do, what are we going to do?” Roode can’t say much but “shut up, I’m thinking.” Daniels, who is wearing an unnecessarily large bandage on his head to sell the hammer shot from last week, steps in and says he’s got this. Roode and Kaz continue pacing nervously, reminding Daniels that Bully Ray has back up now. Daniels can’t stand it anymore, he gets right in both Roode’s and Kaz’s face and slaps both of them, telling them to calm down and that he does indeed got this. That seems to work as both Roode and Kaz calm down, following Daniels out the door as the camera cuts back to the ring area.


Match #2: Eric Young vs. Kenny King – Round 1/Television Championship Tournament

Christy Hemme begins introducing the two competitors. First out is “Showtime” Eric Young who is out to prove that he should be taken seriously. Secondly, the former X Division Champion Kenny King comes out to the ring. Just as they are about to start the match, the music of Chris Sabin hits. Chris, followed by his girlfriend Velvet, makes his way down to the ring to confused looks from both Eric Young and Kenny King. Once down to the ring, Chris sits himself and Velvet down right at ringside to get a firsthand look. Once they have been seated, the match can finally begin.

Kenny King, the younger and more flashy of the two competitors, takes the road of trying to simply out-athlete Eric Young. This lightning quick offensive strategy pays off for Kenny, at least in the first half or so of the match. Eric Young appears to have a hard time trying to do anything as he is always trying to keep an eye on King. Eventually though, Eric does manage to slow the match down, getting things to where he is most comfortable. With the match slowed way down, Kenny King finds it hard to get any sort of momentum back. He keeps trying but all he seems to do is wear himself out. What started off as promising now has turned disastrous for King. As quick paced as it began, the match ends. Eric manages to finish Kenny off when he hits his Youngblood Neckbreaker finish, following that up with a pin attempt and the 1, 2, 3.

Winner: Eric Young

Eric Young moves on to the triple threat finals match and Kenny King goes home. Following the match, as Eric Young is getting his hand raised by the referee; Chris Sabin gets up from his chair and enters the ring to congratulate him. Eric, like everyone else, is unsure of what to think of this. Chris extends his hand. Eric decides to not shake his hand and to just walk away. When he does this, on cue, Velvet gets up, picks up her chair, and slides it in to the ring. Sabin grabs it and calls for Eric to turn around.

When he does, Sabin lays him out with the steel chair. Once Eric is knocked out, Sabin quickly drops the chair and exits the ring as medical personal attend to Eric.


Before the commercial break, the cameras once again go to the backstage parking lot area where a car has just pulled up. Dressed in a nice fancy suit, out of the car steps Kurt Angle. Angle, who has promised to reveal what his big announcement is this week, quickly makes his way inside the Asylum as the show cuts to commercial.

*Commercial*

Coming back from commercial, the Asylum is filled with the sound of Kurt Angle’s theme music. Coming up from under the entrance ramp, Kurt gets a massive ovation from the crowd. As he is making his way down to the ring, Kurt shows very little emotion on his face, providing no clue to what his pending announcement might be. Kurt then enters the ring and is immediately handed a microphone.

Kurt starts off by saying that he is once again thankful for all the support that his fans have given him. He says that these last few months, heck even the last year, has been extremely hard on him and has caused him to rethink his future. He said he turned down offers from the “other company” to go wrestle for them one last time because he ultimately wanted to end his career with Impact Wrestling and the end is fast approaching. Like he said before, he does not want to drag his career out and make a fool of himself; he wants to end it right. He knows that he still has quite a bit of good wrestling in him but he just can’t risk making a fool of himself. So, his announcement is that the next time he loses a match; he will retire forever from in-ring wrestling. He understands that other wrestling legends have done this and have ultimately come back, sometimes multiple times but he has too much respect for himself and for the wrestling business to do that. He’s also thought about who he wants his first, and potentially last, opponent on this “retirement tour” to be and there’s only one man he can think of, a man who he says still has some unfinished business with, and that man is “The King of the Mountain” Jeff Jarrett.

And with that, Kurt drops the microphone and starts exiting the ring. He does not demand Jeff meet him at anytime, he simply calls him out and says he wants to face him. The ball is now in his court.

The camera then goes back to the announce desk where Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash both comment on Kurt’s announcement that the next time he loses a match, he will retire from in-ring wrestling. They both agree that the wrestling world won’t be the same when he’s gone. They also comment on Kurt’s choice of Jeff Jarrett. It will be interesting to see if Jeff, who hasn’t wrestled in over a year, will say to his challenge. Once finished, the two quickly switch to hyping up the upcoming main event. The camera gives us a double shot of both E.G.O. and the former Aces & Eights members making their way to the ring. That match is next.


*Commercial*

Match #3: Bobby Roode, Christopher Daniels, & Kazarian vs. Bully Ray w/ Brooke Tessmacher, Garrett Bischoff, & Wes Brisco


It is now main event time. It will be interesting to see which team can work together better and gain important momentum going in to their respective tag team and world title tournaments. First team out is E.G.O. Bobby Roode comes to the ring by himself, to his own music. The two members of Bad Influence follow him shortly after. Bully Ray, Brooke Tessmacher, Garrett Bischoff, and Wes Brisco all come to the ring together through the crowd like they used to do in their Aces & Eights days. Bully, Garrett, and Wes all enter the ring and they immediately get into E.G.O.’s face. It’s only a matter of time before something explodes.

And sure enough it did. Right as the referee is trying to separate the six men, they all immediately start attacking each other and things start getting out of hand. Bully and Roode square off in the middle of the ring while Garrett, Wes, and Daniels and Kaz spill out of the ring, on to the floor outside. No team has a distinct advantage in the early going. One minute it seems like the members of E.G.O. are about to take control then the roles reverse and it seems like Bully, Garrett, and Wes are about to take control. The chaos continues for quite some time until the referee manages to slowly but surely get each man onto the ring apron and in their correct spots. Now the match can actually begin. Even though the match is now back to normal, neither team still takes advantage. Bully is forced to do the heavy lifting for his team due to Garrett’s and Wes’ inexperience but this doesn’t seem to cause any problems, at least right away. After a brief strategy “get together” the members of E.G.O. quickly realize that fact and decide to take advantage of it. Rather than trying to out power Bully Ray, they decide to wear him down by hitting him with quick little strikes and then running away, repeating this strategy over and over again until they feel they have him right where they want him. Once they get Bully Ray sufficiently wore down, they move in for the kill. For whatever reason, despite having him wore down, they still can’t put him away. Each member of E.G.O. tries but each fails. They grow desperate which leaves the door open for Bully to strike. While the E.G.O. members are arguing with each other and while the referee has his back turned, Bully Ray has Garrett and Wes further distract the referee while Bully pulls out his steel chain, wrapping it around his fist. He taps Kaz on the shoulder and nails him right over the head with it, quickly tossing it out to Brooke before the ref can see. Bully follows that up with a cover. The referee notices and counts 1, 2, 3!

Winners: Bully Ray, Garrett Bischoff, & Wes Brisco

Bully Ray once again picks up the victory after having cheated to obtain it. Roode and Daniels continue arguing with the referee while Bully, Garrett, and Wes high tail it out of the ring and towards the back. The show fades to black with a shot of Roode and Daniels still arguing while Bully, Garrett, and Wes laugh.
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Breaking News - Impact Wrestling TV Special Announced, & More

- Impact Wrestling announced earlier today that the February 13th broadcast will be their first live "special" since coming back. This episode will only be one and a half hours long however and be held at the Asylum in Nashville. Officials had hoped to get a different venue booked but they ended up getting too crunched for time to make it happen. February 13th will feature the final matches of the three championship tournaments as well as one additional match.

- Impact Wrestling also announced that due to injuries suffered by Eric Young at the hands of Chris Sabin, Eric will not be able to go on to compete for the T.V. title on February 13th. The final match will now be just a normal one on one match.

- Last week's edition of Impact Wrestling got a 0.8 rating which is up from the previous two week's 0.7.

- Preview for January 23rd...Last week, Kurt Angle shocked the wrestling world when he announced that the next time he loses a match, he will retire forever from in-ring competition. He also shocked everyone when he called out Impact Wrestling Vice President Jeff Jarrett for a match. Will Jarrett respond or will Kurt have to find someone else?...Championship tournaments take over Impact Wrestling. In the second match of the Television tournament, Jay Bradley takes on Manik...Following his victory in the first match of the T.V. title tournament, Eric Young was taken out by Chris Sabin who was watching the match from ringside. What is Chris' goal and should Jay and Manik be worried?...In the second match of the tag team title tournament, former Aces & Eights members Garrett Bischoff and Wes Brisco look to continue their feud with E.G.O. when they face Bad Influence. And last but not least, the first match in the world heavyweight championship tournament. Jeff Hardy returns to Impact Wrestling after embarrassingly losing to Chris Sabin on his first match back. Jeff will face E.G.O. leader Bobby Roode who will need redemption of his own following two straight loses to Bully Ray and his thugs.
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Impact Wrestling
1/23/2014
The Asylum
Nashville, Tennessee


The show opens this week with a video look back at last week’s action, noticeably Kurt Angle announcing that the next time he loses a match, he is going to retire as well as the continuing feud between the members of E.G.O. and the former Aces & Eights members Bully Ray, Garrett Bischoff, and Wes Brisco. The video emphasizes that Bully and his gang got the upper hand last week and that it will be an uphill battle for E.G.O. to regain it. Once the video finishes up, the camera cuts way from it and goes right in to the Asylum where the crowd goes nuts. Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash welcome everyone to the broadcast and give the rundown of the scheduled action for tonight where every single match is a championship tournament match. They finish up by wondering if Jeff Jarrett will answer Kurt Angle’s call or not. When they are done, the first match can begin.

Not surprisingly, before the two competitors in the upcoming Television Championship match can begin to make their way to the ring, they are interrupted by the music of Chris Sabin. With his girlfriend Velvet Sky by his side, he makes his way down to the ring to a mix of boos and cheers. When he reaches the ringside area, just like last week the two sit down to watch the match.


Match #1: Jay Bradley vs. T.J. Perkins – Round 1/Television Championship Tournament

Arriving first to the ring is Jay Bradley, who stares down Chris Sabin on his way in to the ring, as to say “stay the hell away.” Although he was billed as Manik up until this point, to everyone’s amazement, Christy Hemme announces Jay Bradley’s opponent as T.J. Perkins, the real name behind the Manik character. T.J. comes out to the ring wearing a very bright, Lucha Libre, Rey Mysterio type outfit with a similar mask. Jay isn’t too sure what to think of it so he begins yelling at both Christy and the referee. Soon realizing there’s nothing either of them can do about it, Jay puts his game face on and begins preparing for the match.


Still not sure quite how to respond, Jay Bradley begins the match acting very cautious, not wanting to get caught by any surprises that T.J. might have up his sleeve. Despite flying around the ring, and clearly being the better athlete, T.J. is not able to do much damage at all other than to annoy Jay. Jay simply laughs off T.J.’s attacks as nothing and begins adopting the idea of “I can take this guy easy.” To T.J.’s credit, he hangs around the match for quite some time, to the annoyance of Jay Bradley. Thinking he can take this guy easily, Jay did not seem to try and put much offense out there which put him at a huge disadvantage as it always seemed that he was playing catch up. With little strike after little strike, T.J. chops down the much bigger Jay Bradley piece by piece. Even when most people thought he should have struck the final blow, T.J. stayed firm and keeps on with his “wear you down” strategy. This benefits T.J. in the end. Since Jay has had to constantly keep chasing T.J. throughout the match, he grew tired very quickly. The longer the match wore on, the slower Jay got. The moment finally comes for T.J. to finish his opponent off. He gets Jay in position and hits him with a springboard tornado DDT which he wisely follows up with a cover and the 1, 2, 3!


Winner: T.J. Perkins

A shocking upset for sure but a victory none the less for T.J. Perkins. Due to the injury Eric Young suffered last week at the hands of Chris Sabin, T.J. Perkins now moves on to face Chris Sabin one on one for the Television Championship. Cautiously waiting for Chris to pull something once again, T.J. wisely keeps his eyes on both him and Velvet Sky as he exits the ring. To most everyone’s amazement, Chris and Velvet do nothing other than to stand up and applaud T.J. for his victory.

The show now transitions to a backstage segment where we see D.O.C. and Knux standing in the hallway when their former Aces & Eights buddies Garrett Bischoff and Wes Brisco come walking up.


Already knowing what they’re going to ask, D.O.C. and Knux play along anyway and ask what they can do for Garrett and Wes. Although they do not come right out and say it, Garrett makes it pretty clear that he is asking for D.O.C. and Knux’s help tonight in their match against Daniels and Kazarian. He plays upon their history together which seems to sway D.O.C and Knux to help them. Feeling confident that he’s successfully recruited them, Garrett and then Wes walk off camera. D.O.C. and Knux soon follow as the camera cuts to commercial.


*Commercial*

Match #2: Bad Influence vs. Garrett Bischoff & Wes Brisco – Round 1/Tag Team Championship Tournament


Coming back from commercial, we go right into the second match of the evening, the second match of the tag team championship tournament featuring former tag team champions Christopher Daniels and Kazarian of Bad Influence taking on new comers Garrett Bischoff and Wes Brisco. Bad Influence is the first team out to the ring. Daniels and Kazarian look to get back on the right foot after they suffered a difficult loss last week against Bully Ray, Garrett, and Wes. Next out is the team of Garrett and Wes. They are followed behind by D.O.C. and Knux. Garrett and Wes both feel pretty confident now that they have muscle to back them up.

Despite their lack of experience, Garrett and Wes start off the match in control, no doubt feeding off of the courage having D.O.C. and Knux at ringside gives them. This new found courage allows them to do things they wouldn’t have normally done in a match due to their inexperience. They move well, they attack well, everything is going great. However, right as their momentum appears to be hitting its peak, they hit a wall. One little mistake here and there starts to pile up on them which the veterans Daniels and Kazarian take full advantage of. An almost snowball effect starts to hit Garrett and Wes and they start to panic. Despite having D.O.C. and Knux at ringside, they are unable to put them to good use due to the referee keeping a close eye on them the whole match. Unable to use their enforcers and with things going horribly wrong for them in the ring, Garrett and Wes are in serious trouble. Desperate to get D.O.C. and Knux involved somehow, Garrett and Wes devise a plan to distract the referee. With the referee temporarily distracted, Garrett goes to beg for D.O.C.’s and Knux’s help but to his surprise, they do nothing. Instead of helping him, D.O.C. and Knux end up walking off, leaving Garrett and Wes alone to fend for themselves. Now all alone, the end soon comes. It comes after Daniels hits a BME on Wes for the 1, 2, 3!

Winners: Bad Influence


Bad Influence moves on to face James Storm and Gunner as well as either Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez or D.O.C. and Knux. Garrett and Wes on the other hand can’t do anything but wonder why the heck D.O.C. and Knux would abandon them like that after things looked like they were cool again with them. Garrett and Wes simply pick themselves up and walk to the back, hanging their heads in shame the whole way.

Switching gears, we now go backstage where Taryn Terrell is standing by with the two competitors in tonight’s main event, “The Charismatic Enigma” Jeff Hardy and “The IT Factor” Bobby Roode.


Taryn starts off by commenting on how it has been a rough few weeks for both of them, Jeff surprisingly losing to Chris Sabin a couple weeks ago as well as Bobby Roode’s problems with Bully Ray as of late. Jeff responds by saying that it simply was a tough loss, something that he wishes he could get back but he can’t so now he’s focused on the next task at hand which is winning the world title. Things take a much different turn when it’s Bobby Roode’s turn to speak. Feeling that Taryn’s question was somehow disrespectful to him, Bobby instantly gets defensive and moves to where it seems like he might attack Taryn. Lucky for her, Jeff steps in and stops Bobby before he can go any further. Still upset, Bobby then pushes Jeff and the two start fighting. It’s only until Impact Wrestling security steps in that the two get separated. The show cuts to commercial as the two walk off camera to prepare for their match.

*Commercial*

Match #3: Bobby Roode vs. Jeff Hardy – Round 1/World Heavyweight Championship Tournament


Coming back from commercial, it is now main event time. Tonight’s main event is match #1 in the tournament to crown a new Impact Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion. It features two former world champions in Bobby Roode and Jeff Hardy. It will be interesting to see how the match goes now that the two had an altercation just a few minutes before. Jeff is the first man out to the ring, once again getting a huge reaction from the crowd. Bobby Roode is next up and you can tell he is upset about what happened earlier. He starts fights with the crowd, with security, anybody that gets anywhere near him. He will need to drop the attitude and quick if he wishes to do well in this match.

Once the bell rings, Bobby Roode goes from wild and upset to calm and focused. He successfully channels his energy and aggressions and points it to towards Jeff where it should be. Things are going great for Bobby, he’s calmed down, he has the match right where he wants it, he’s on top of the world. That is, until he feels the referee makes a mistake. Upset that the referee did not count three on a pin attempt, the anger returns and starts to affect Bobby in a negative way. He starts getting distracted, by the ref, by the people in the crowd, once again anybody. This distraction starts to cost him. Unable to put the same kind of focus on Jeff Hardy that he did in the first part of the match, Bobby Roode soon falls behind which only adds to his frustration. With his frustration growing, it’s only a matter of time before it gets the best of him and soon it does. After a few brief moments, Jeff manages to hit the Twist of Fate on Bobby Roode which he follows up with a Swanton Bomb off the top rope, covering him for the 1, 2, 3!

Winner: Jeff Hardy

Jeff Hardy gets the win in a rather quick main event match. Bobby Roode just couldn’t let go of the distractions and it cost him in the end. Once Bobby comes to, he can’t do anything but throw yet another fit. Kazarian and Christopher Daniels come running from the back to try and calm him down but it doesn’t seem to help. They do, however, manage to get him to the back without further incidents.

Before the final commercial break, we see another shot of Kurt Angle arriving at the Asylum. Last week Kurt called out Jeff Jarrett for what could possibly be Kurt’s final match ever. Kurt makes his way to the ring to await Jeff’s answer as the camera cuts to commercial.


*Commercial*


Returning from commercial, Kurt makes his way down to the ring like a mad man, hell bent on not waiting for Jeff’s answer.


Kurt immediately gets in the ring and calmly reminds everyone that he called out Jeff Jarrett last week for what could very well be his final match ever. He says that although he respects Jeff and everything that he has done, and although they’ve had many matches together, there is still some unfinished business to take care of. He then demands that Jeff answer his challenge now. When nobody answers, Kurt starts to get impatient. He asks calmly again, still nothing. He asks a third time, still nothing. Right as it appears he’s starting to get really frustrated; Jeff Jarrett’s music starts to play. To Kurt’s dismay, it is not Jeff himself who steps out of the entrance tunnel; it is his former wife and current Mrs. Jarrett, Karen. Karen walks down to the ring to confront her ex-husband. Karen says that she is here to deliver a message from Jeff, and that message is no. Kurt demands to know why. Karen gets defensive and says it’s none of his business. She begins to lay into him about what a poor role model Kurt has been over the past few months for his kids and about how she didn’t want Jeff around him because Kurt might “contaminate him.” When Karen talks about his kids, Kurt gets very defensive right back, getting right in her face and everything. This ends up being a big mistake. Unknown to Kurt, Jeff is indeed in the building and he’s snuck up behind him with a guitar in hand. When Karen tells Kurt to turn around, Jeff wastes no time and nails him right over the head with it. Jeff then gets right into Kurt’s unconscious face and tells him “you’re on.”

The show faces to black with a shot of Jeff and Karen Jarrett standing in the ring, with Jeff’s music loudly playing throughout the Asylum.
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Show Review.

Jay Bradley vs TJ Perkins
The first match was just plain awesome. I like that you let TJ Perkins wrestle as himself instead of Manik
The whole wearing Bradley down with his speed is a great idea and one that I'm not sure I've ever seen before.

Garret and Wes vs Bad Influence
The second match was ok. I'm not sure I get where the former Aces and 8's stuff is going so I'll reserve judgement
The lack of experience by Wes and Garrett was a nice touch though.

Bobby Roode vs Jeff Hardy
I didn't like the third match but that's because I'm not a huge Jeff Hardy fan. I don't see him as a main eventer.
I know this is leading to something with Roode constantly losing and not being to keep his cool.

The Closing Segment
The closing segment was very well done. We all know the history these two have and adding Karen early was a good idea
hopefully she isn't a huge focus in the feud. Jeff's response was perfect.

Overall it was a good show. I like the direction and can't wait to see how things pan out.
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- A couple weeks ago there were questions over the status of Abyss. His name was still listed on the roster but he was not included in any championship tournament despite everyone else on the roster being included. Many speculated that this meant the end for Abyss in TNA was near. That does not appear to be the case anymore. Although he will not be on Impact Wrestling television, he is still employed by TNA. Abyss has returned to AAA in Mexico, where he won the tag team championship, as part of a "good will" mission if you will. Impact Wrestling wants to rebuild its relations with other wrestling promotions in the world after a working relationship deal with Wrestle-1 in Japan fell through due to the sale of the company and they hope to use Abyss and others to do that.

- Impact Wrestling recently announced that Good Ol' JR Jim Ross will be returning to the announce booth, for one night for the upcoming one and a half hour edition of Impact Wrestling. He will be joining Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash. Although JR resisted going back to the announce booth because of his new commitments as president of Impact Wrestling, expect him to return every once in a while, especially for special editions of Impact Wrestling and potential pay per views as well.

- Speaking of that one and a half hour special, it was also recently announced that due to what happened at the end of last week's broadcast with Kurt Angle and Jeff Jarrett, those two will face off in the ring one on one in what could be Kurt Angle's final match.

- As some have noticed, Impact Wrestling does not currently have any house shows scheduled or any plans to schedule them in the near future. Just like the future of their pay per view's, the future of house shows will depend on how quickly the T.V. can get built back up.

- This week's Impact Wrestling rating was back down to a 0.7, a small drop from the 0.8 that they got the week before.

- Preview for January 30th...Another slate of championship tournament matches...In the final match of the T.V. title tournament, Chris Sabin will face off against Rob Terry to decide who goes on to face T.J. Perkins for the chance to become T.V. champion...In the final match of the Tag Team title tournament, D.O.C. and Knux face off against Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez. The winner will go on to face the teams of Gunner & James Storm, and Christopher Daniels & Kazarian...In the second match of the heavyweight championship tournament, Magnus takes on "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe...Also, after accepting Kurt Angle's challenge, Jeff Jarrett will meet him face to face in the ring. What will happen when these two meet eye to eye?
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Alot of tournaments to get my head round but loving the idea. Jim Ross would be amazing running a wrestling company. Like the layout a lot the colours break it up nicely. Show length is good as I can read it quickly but you could have a bit more detail and maybe some pictures or graphics.

As for the shows I like how you are using the TV Title ans good to see Jeff Jarrett back.
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1/30/2014
The Asylum
Nashville, Tennessee


The show begins once again with a look back at all the action from last week, including the three championship tournament matches that were held last week. The video package showed bits and pieces of the Television and tag team championship tournament matches but it focused mainly on the world heavyweight championship tournament match between Bobby Roode and Jeff Hardy. It highlighted the fact that throughout the entire match Bobby Roode just didn’t seem to be in to it, that he was distracted even before he got to the ring. The video finished up with the biggest thing to happen last week, and that was the return of “The King of the Mountain” Jeff Jarrett, accepting Kurt Angle’s challenge. Once the video is finished, the camera cuts to the ring area.

The camera pans over the entire Asylum as Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash welcome everyone to tonight’s broadcast. They run down tonight’s scheduled card, which is once again filled with championship tournament matches. When they are finished, the music of Jeff Jarrett begins blaring throughout the Asylum.

Jeff gets a huge ovation from the crowd as he and wife Karen make their way out to the ring. A few chants of “Welcome Back!” can even be heard. Both Jeff and Karen appear to be very happy to be back and can’t seem to wait to get down to business.


Jeff and Karen enter the ring and thank everyone for their very warm reception. Jeff says he was all but set on being retired from in-ring competition but when he heard how much the fans wanted him back, he just couldn’t help himself, he had to come back. Why did he come back to face Kurt Angle for the thousandth time do you ask? Well Jeff explains that although he’s beaten Kurt more times than he can count, the opportunity to end his career was just icing on the cake. Jeff’s won championships, he’s won important matches, he even founded his own wrestling company, but the one trophy missing from his trophy case is the career of an Olympic Gold medalist.

Right when Jeff finishes speaking, the music of Kurt Angle hits. The Jarretts brace themselves for a sneak attack by Angle but they are surprised when Kurt simply walks out of the entrance tunnel, dressed in a suit, with a microphone in hand. Kurt then calmly makes his way to the ring and gets right into their face.

Kurt does not begin to yell or scream, he simply begins speaking. Kurt does not trash Jeff or Karen, he simply states that his challenging Jeff Jarrett to a match was not to settle old scores or to add another win to his total, he chose Jeff Jarrett because he knew he and Jeff could have a damn good match. It was about respect, nothing else. Everyone, including the Jarretts, seems stunned at this apparent change of tone by Kurt. All Jeff can muster is a thank you. Kurt extends his hand. Jeff thinks about it for a moment and extends his hand as well. Right as he does, out of nowhere Kurt yanks Jeff towards him, on to his shoulders, and down to the mat, hitting an Olympic slam out of nowhere. Karen quickly exits the ring in terror. The camera remains focused on Kurt Angle, even as it starts cutting away.

Going away from the ring area, we go backstage where we see Chris Sabin getting ready for his upcoming match, as his girlfriend Velvet Sky watches on.

Chris finishes lacing up his boots and adjusting the rest of his gear. He then stands up and asks Velvet if everything is in place. Velvet nods her head. Chris smiles and says good as he walks out of the locker room towards the ring area.

*Commercial*

Match #1: Chris Sabin vs. Rob Terry – Round 1/Television Championship Tournament


Coming back from commercial, Impact Wrestling goes right into the first match of the evening and the final match of the Television Championship tournament. This match features Chris Sabin taking on Rob Terry. When the cameras come back from commercial, Rob Terry is already in the ring awaiting his opponent. Chris Sabin then makes his grand entrance, and to the surprise of everyone, he does not have Velvet Sky with him. Everyone collectively wonders what this means.

The match is very uneven and awkward in the early going as both men struggle to figure each other out. Rob Terry manages to get some momentum going early by using his size and strength to just simply toss Chris Sabin to the side. Although he is able to easily out power Sabin that does not translate to helping him in the match as Rob doesn’t really have much of a strategy other than swatting away Sabin every time he attacks. As expected, this inexperience and lack of any sort of offensive strategy on Rob Terry’s part ends up costing him against the cunning and ruthless Chris Sabin. Chris knows that he can’t risk this match going on for too long as the longer it goes the worse it is for him so he must find a way to end it quickly. Sabin tries but fails several times before magically hitting a strong kick to the back of Rob Terry’s head that instantly knocks the big man unconscious. Sabin seizes the opportunity and covers him right away for the 1, 2, 3!


Winner: Chris Sabin

To everyone’s surprise, Chris Sabin manages to get a victory without having to resort to cheating or using his girlfriend as interference. There is a general uneasiness in the air as shown by the comments Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash make over how everyone expects Sabin to pull some sort of stunt eventually, they’re just not sure what. Until that time comes everyone is forced to just wait and see. As Sabin exits the ring and Rob Terry staggers to his feet, the cameras cut away.

Going to the back, we see D.O.C. and Knux walking to the ring area for their upcoming match tonight when they are stopped in their tracks by Garrett Bischoff and Wes Brisco.

D.O.C. and Knux know what Bischoff and Brisco want but they ask them anyway. Garrett presses them as to why they didn’t help them in their match last week even when they said they would. D.O.C. and Knux don’t say anything, they simply just start walking away but Bischoff and Brisco don’t let them get too far. Bischoff keeps at it, bringing up their old Aces & Eights bond. This seems to have caused a light switch to go on in their heads. D.O.C. and Knux then turn around and calmly answer Garrett’s question…”We just didn’t feel like it.” Once they utter those words, D.O.C. and Knux unload on Garrett and Wes. Both of them are unprepared for an attack and as a result, quickly get overwhelmed. They are beaten pretty bad but saved from any major damage when Bully Ray comes running in, swinging his chain at D.O.C. and Knux. D.O.C. and Knux then scram as Bully checks on his cronies.

*Commercial*

Match #2: D.O.C. & Knux vs. Chavo Guerrero & Hernandez – Round 1/Tag Team Championship Tournament


After that vicious backstage attack on Garrett Bischoff and Wes Brisco, Impact Wrestling switches gears to match #2 tonight. This match is also the final match in the tag team championship tournament where the winner will go on to face Bad Influence and Gunner & James Storm for the chance to become Impact Wrestling tag team champions. First out to the ring are the former champions, Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez. Chavo and Hernandez get a mixed reaction from the crowd but this doesn’t seem to bother them too much. Next out are the two big men, D.O.C. and Knux who come to the ring looking ready and focused.

The match starts off with D.O.C. and Hernandez in the ring. Hernandez is a good match for D.O.C. and Knux, someone who they are not able to as easily over power. Unsure of how to proceed against an opponent as worthy as Hernandez, D.O.C. and Knux struggle a little bit. Their power game just does not work as well against him and they can’t seem to figure out an alternative. Things are looking very good for the team of Chavo and Hernandez, that is, until Chavo gets in the match. Hernandez was able to match D.O.C. and Knux’s strength but the much smaller Chavo cannot. The power game that wasn’t working against Hernandez is not suddenly starting to work against Chavo. Hernandez notices this and begins to forcibly insert himself into the match to try and help his partner. Although Hernandez is extremely strong and well-conditioned, going up against two men the size of D.O.C. and Knux really starts to take a toll. He comes weaker and weaker until he isn’t as effective anymore. This is when D.O.C. and Knux strike. Getting Hernandez out of the way, they isolate Chavo. After a brief struggle, Knux gets him up and power bombs him to the ring canvas below. Before Hernandez can realize it, Knux covers Chavo and gets the win.


Winners: D.O.C. & Knux

D.O.C. and Knux move on to the final match as Chavo and Hernandez are left with nothing. Not as over powering as their first victory in Impact Wrestling but it was a victory nonetheless for D.O.C. and Knux. The two briefly celebrate in the ring before exiting as the camera cuts to the back.

Cutting to the back, we see the man Chris Sabin will be facing in two weeks for the Television title, T.J. Perkins, talking with an Impact Wrestling official. The official soon walks away but before T.J. can, Velvet Sky comes walking up, dressed in some rather provocative clothing.

T.J. seems to know that something’s up but he plays along anyway. He tells Velvet hi and the two begin talking. Velvet congratulates him on his victory last week and T.J. says thanks. When Velvet offers to take T.J. someplace “more private” he politely declines and starts walking away. Before he can get too far away, a large man dressed in all black with his face completely covered, jumps out and grabs T.J. As he is doing this, the lights go completely dark. When they come back on, there is no sign of the masked man, Velvet, or T.J.

*Commercial*

Coming back from commercial, Impact Wrestling goes right to the announce desk where Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash comment on yet another backstage attack tonight. They both are demanding that something be done about Chris Sabin but obviously nothing can be done right now and there’s also the main event to get to. Before the main event can begin, a video package is shown of the world title tournament so far. The video focuses heavily on the feud between Bobby Roode, who lost his match last week because he couldn’t keep his focus, and Bully Ray, whose match against Austin Aries is next week. The package finishes up with a look at tonight’s main event between Magnus and Samoa Joe. There is little shown of Samoa Joe, rather the video decides to focus more heavily on Magnus who says in the video that he’s been the “up-and-comer” or “the next big thing” for too long now, it’s his time to be world champion. When the video finishes up, the cameras transition back to the ring area.


Match #3: Magnus vs. Samoa Joe – Round 1/World Heavyweight Championship Tournament

Tonight’s main event is the second match in the world heavyweight championship tournament. The winner of this match will go on to face Jeff Hardy and the winner of Austin Aries vs. Bully Ray in two weeks. Samoa Joe is the first man out to the ring, getting arguably one of the best crowd reactions of the whole night. Magnus soon follows and although he gets a decent reaction from the crowd, it is not nearly as good as the one Joe gets.

Once the bell rings it becomes instantly clear that this match will be a very physical one. Both men explode right towards each other as they start trading strikes back and forth. This type of match favors Samoa Joe so Joe ends up taking the early momentum lead. You can see the intensity in Joe’s face, he is extremely determined about regaining the world heavyweight title. However, Joe cannot keep up the intense pace that he set early on so as the match goes on, the momentum swing becomes much more even, until neither man once again has an advantage. This back and forth goes on for quite a while as neither man is unable to get any sort of consistent offense going. The crowd is very much into it, as they are seemingly split over who they want to root for. It becomes clear that whoever can get the crowd firmly on their side will win the match. Back and forth they go but still nothing. The crowd grows louder but that does not seem to sway the momentum in the ring. That is, until Magnus hits an impressive elbow drop off the top rope. The crowd loved it and starts putting themselves behind Magnus. With the crowd on his side, nothing seems to stop Magnus. He is able to build and build until he reaches the peak, another elbow drop. Getting the crowd revved up, Magnus climbs to the top rope, positions himself and jumps down, nailing the elbow drop perfectly. Not wasting any time, Magnus covers Joe and gets the victory!

Winner: Magnus

With that victory, Magnus moves on. The crowd erupts as the referee raises his hand in victory. There is a bit of a tense moment there when Samoa Joe gets to his feet and gets right into Magnus’ face like he’s going to attack him. But instead, Joe shakes his hand and then walks off. The show fades to black as Magnus remains in the ring, posing for fans.
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Impact Wrestling News & Notes - Chavo Released, Mystery Video, Bischoff/Brisco, & More

- Impact Wrestling announced earlier today that they were officially parting ways with Chavo Guerrero. Chavo was said to be a Dixie Carter favorite and although there were never any complaints about him, it was said that he never did quite get a long with the new management. Plus the salary that they were paying him just did not justify his position.

- A mystery video was "delivered" to Impact Wrestling headquarters and posted to their official YouTube page. The video was similar in style to the August 1st warning videos that were posted just before Tito Ortiz's re-debut in TNA but the person behind them makes it very clear that he is not Tito Ortiz nor is he another MMA fighter. He does reveal himself to be the man that was behind the taunting of James Storm with the lights flickering on and off and all that. He says he's coming for James Storm and he will be there on February 13th.

- The beating of Garrett Bischoff and Wes Brisco by D.O.C. and Knux was simply a way of writing the two off of T.V. for a while. They have been reportedly sent to OVW. Garrett Bischoff has impressed a lot of people backstage with his work ethic when many didn't think he'd survive his father leaving the company but the general feeling is that he is still a ways away yet when it comes to the ring. Wes Brisco recently began wearing a Leatherface-like mask in hopes of adding a different dimension to his character. Look for him to further that in OVW.

- In an effort to smooth over relations with the Wrestle-1 promotion in Japan, whose relationship with TNA/Impact Wrestling soured after the sale of the company, Impact Wrestling has agreed to send Samoa Joe over to Japan for a couple months. Impact Wrestling also recently sent Abyss back to AAA in Mexico to continue relations with them. Look for more cross promotion between different companies now that Jeff Jarrett is back in a position of power.

- Speaking of Jeff Jarrett, his return to Impact Wrestling must have generate a decent amount of interest because the rating for this week's Impact Wrestling reached a 1.0 which is up from last week's 0.7. Impact Wrestling will look to continue this trend as the head towards the one and a half hour special on February 13th.

- Preview for February 6th...The final spot in the world championship final match will be decided when two former champions collide. Bully Ray takes on "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived" Austin Aries. With his two henchmen taken out, how will Bully Ray respond? And will E.G.O. attempt to take advantage?...The man that has been taunting James Storm on and off for the past several weeks announced that he will arrive on February 13th, just in time for the tag team championship final match that James Storm and Gunner are a part of. This week, James will need to put that behind him as he takes on another participant in that tag team match, D.O.C....To prepare for his upcoming match against Kurt Angle on February 13th, Jeff Jarrett says he plans to call out anyone on the Impact Wrestling roster. Who will answer Jeff's call and what role will Kurt Angle play?...Last week, Velvet Sky with assistance from a large masked man, kidnapped T.J. Perkins who was scheduled to face Chris Sabin on February 13th for the T.V. title. What role did Chris play, if any, and more importantly, why was it done?
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Just wanted to tell you I am enjoying the show a lot. Do you need a partner down the line maybe for a second show?
Hey, thanks for the feedback! As of right now, I don't have any plans to add a second show but if I do maybe we could work something out. I would like to keep this BTB going for a while and eventually get to adding another show but it all depends on my schedule.

Impact Wrestling
2/6/2014
The Asylum
Nashville, Tennessee


No video package to begin the show this week. The show simply opens up with a pan over the crowd, eventually settling back down on to the announce desk where Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash both welcome everyone to tonight’s broadcast. They run down the scheduled card, including the final world title tournament match between Bully Ray and Austin Aries. When they finish giving the rundown of the card, they turn their attention to what occurred last week when T.J. Perkins was apparently kidnapped by Velvet Sky and a masked assailant. They can’t help but assume that Chris Sabin was behind it somehow although it was pretty clear judging by the body size of the masked man that it wasn’t him. As they continue talking about him, Chris’ music begins to play and he steps out of the entrance tunnel, dressed in street clothes.

Holding a piece of paper in his hand, Chris Sabin slowly makes his way down to the ring to a majority of boos from the audience. Chris doesn’t seem to care however, as he just continues on, looking pretty proud of himself in the process.


Chris enters the ring and immediately begins addressing the allegations against him that he was the one responsible for attacking and kidnapping of T.J. Perkins last week. Chris immediately denies the allegations and starts rattling off the proof he has that he didn’t do it. First, he shows a series of photos that were taken showing that Chris was apparently working out at the gym when the attack took place. He even says that he has the gym’s official log with him, showing that he had signed in at the gym during the time in question. Chris then switches gears from himself to his girlfriend, Velvet Sky who clearly was at least part of the kidnapping. He says although it does indeed look fishy that his own girlfriend was a part of the attack, she did everything completely on her own, planned it and everything by herself. Chris even presents a signed document by Velvet Sky backing up his story. Once he has finished presenting his alibi, he turns his attention to what was supposed to be him vs. T.J. for the TV title. He says that since he has no challengers left, the right thing to do would be to just hand him the title right then and there and not waste anyone’s time. Right as he says that, JR’s theme music surprisingly begins to play.

Making an unscheduled appearance, Jim Ross steps out of the entrance tunnel to an amazing reaction from the crowd. Chris Sabin can’t seem to believe it either but he continues to stand behind his story, even when he comes to face with Impact Wrestling’s president.

JR starts off by saying that he knows that Chris was somehow behind the attack but he does agree that Chris has presented a good alibi so he can’t suspend/fire him. JR continues by saying that Chris is crazy to think that he would ever have any championship just handed to him. He will still have to earn it the old fashioned way, just like he would have if T.J. hadn’t gone missing. When Chris presses JR about who his new challenger will be, especially since all of the previous challengers are now down and out, JR doesn’t say anything other than it’s going to be a surprise, one that Chris won’t see coming.

On that note, JR then ends the conversation and proceeds to exit the ring, leaving Chris and his apparent plan to win the TV title in shambles. As JR is making his way up the entrance ramp, the show cuts to a quick backstage segment.

Right before the show goes to commercial break, we get a shot of Jeff and Karen Jarrett walking down the backstage hallway to the ring where Jeff will face off against anyone on the Impact Wrestling roster, other than Kurt Angle, who wishes to take him on. Jeff looks pumped up and Karen continues giving him a pep talk as the show cuts to commercial.

*Commercial*

Match #1: Jeff Jarrett w/ Karen Jarrett vs. ???


Coming back from commercial it is now time for the first match of the evening and the first match on Impact Wrestling for Jeff Jarrett in a long time. The Jarretts begin making their way down to the ring to a very mixed reaction from the crowd. Jeff, carrying his trademark guitar, struts down the entrance ramp, taunting the crowd the whole time. Once Jeff and Karen enter the ring, Jeff takes off his robe, hands his guitar to his wife, and demands a microphone.

Jeff thanks the crowd for such a warm reaction which of course invites more boos from them. Jeff says that some people have told him that he’s crazy for issuing this open challenge to the locker room that he should be preparing for Kurt Angle instead. To that, Jeff responds by saying that he doesn’t need to prepare any amount for Kurt Angle; he could beat Kurt Angle with both hands tied behind his back. No he called for this match because he wanted to send a message to everyone that he is back in charge, that this is his company, he’s the King of the Mountain again, and it’s time for him to shine. He then turns and asks who dare challenge him? Jeff, along with Karen and everyone else are shocked when it turns out that the Bro-Mans are the ones who end up answering the call.

More specifically, it’s Robbie E. who is the one that answers Jeff’s challenge. Robbie E., flanked by his tag team partner Jessie G., begins making his way down to the ring to challenge the Impact Wrestling Vice President.


Robbie E. gets right into Jeff’s face and says “yo, boss man bro, I’ll take ya on.” This doesn’t sit well with Jeff as he immediately unloads on Robbie E. as the ref calls for the bell. The match begins with Jeff Jarrett just walling on Robbie E., not wanting to let up in fear that he might look weak or something. The referee manages to get both Karen Jarrett and Jessie G. out of the ring and to their respective corners so they don’t end up interfering in the match. Even with Karen on the outside of the ring, Jeff continues to dominate Robbie E., not having let up on the gas one bit since the start. A dominating performance by Jeff Jarrett that’s for sure, just the kind of performance he needed to show that he can not only hang with, but just destroy, Kurt Angle. Everything is going good for Jeff, until he notices Jessie G. hitting on his wife. Although Karen wants nothing of it, Jeff can’t help but interfere, taking his eye off of Robbie E. An enraged Jeff Jarrett is enough for Jessie G. to back off. Once Jeff has that cleared he is now free to return to dominating Robbie E. or so he thinks. Before he is even able to turn around, Robbie E. sneaks up behind him, grabs him by the tights, and rolls him up. The ref sees Jeff’s shoulders pinned to the mat and begins to count 1, 2, 3!


Winner: Robbie E.

With a little bit of unintentional distraction by his tag team partner, Robbie E. picks up the huge upset. Robbie E. quickly rolls out of the ring to celebrate. Jeff Jarrett is obviously furious that he let this happen. Karen tries to comfort him but she doesn’t seem to be helping. Jeff smashes his guitar over the ring post in frustration. His frustration only grows when he sees Kurt Angle standing at the top of the entrance tunnel, laughing. Jeff begins yelling and screaming at Kurt but Kurt remains steadfast, silently chuckling to himself as the camera cuts away.


The camera cuts to a video “delivered” to Impact Wrestling headquarters by the man who has been taunting James Storm. The man had already announced in a similar video that he planned to reveal his identity to both James and the world on February 13th. The mysterious man does not provide many clues to his identity other than to say that he is closer to James Storm than anyone realizes. What that means we will just have to wait and see as the video finishes up with the reminder that he’s coming next week.

*Commercial*

Coming back from commercial, Impact Wrestling goes right into a backstage interview segment with Taryn Terrell who is standing by with “The Cowboy” James Storm.


Taryn starts off by asking the question that’s on everyone’s mind, does James have any idea who might be behind these videos as well as the taunts? James says he doesn’t know but he does say that he’s sick and tired of whoever it is and he wishes whoever it is would just show his face so he could whip his ass right there. Taryn then asks James how this will affect his and Gunner’s upcoming tag title match. James shrugs it off, saying that there’s no doubt in his mind that he and Gunner will not only be ready for this mad man, but they’ll win back the tag team titles in the process. James set out to prove he’s the toughest S.O.B. in wrestling and he’s not going to let some coward stop him. He then excuses himself from the interview; he has a match up now.

Match #2: D.O.C. w/ Knux vs. James Storm


Cutting away from the backstage interview area, the cameras show that James’ opponent D.O.C. is already waiting for him. His tag team partner Knux is also waiting. James Storm dashes down to the ring and wastes no time going right after D.O.C.


Although D.O.C. is bigger and stronger than James Storm is, James doesn’t back down, he is clearly out to prove that he’s not scared of whoever is out to get him. In the early goings of this match it is very evenly split, both men putting together a very physical type fight. The edge would have to go to James Storm since he appears to want it much more but neither guy has too much of an advantage. If there is a disadvantage to D.O.C.’s game it is that he is not much of a technical wrestler, he is more of a brawler but since James isn’t known as a real technical wrestler either, he isn’t able to take much advantage of that, even though he does seem to try. James attempts to put his slight quickness advantage to good use and it seems to work for a little while until D.O.C. nearly explodes with his power game. D.O.C.’s explosion seems to have been perfectly timed as it catches James off guard, forcing him to try and change directions on a dime. James is trying to find an avenue to where he can get back in to the match but D.O.C. just doesn’t seem to want to let up. James tries but he is unable to find any sort of opening. He manages to hang around in the match for a little bit longer but eventually he succumbs to a choke slam finisher by D.O.C.

Winner: D.O.C.

An overpowering performance by D.O.C. and a disappointing loss by James Storm. When James manages to stagger to his feet, he is visibly frustrated and rightly so. As James is turning to exit the ring, the lights once again begin flickering on and off. When they finally stop, James demands a microphone. He says he’s tired of all this and he’s going to hunt whoever’s behind this down like the vermin that they are. Right as James makes his threat, the lights go dark completely. A skirmish is heard and then the sound of a beer bottle smashing over someone’s head. When the lights finally come back, it is revealed that James Storm has been laid out, apparently knocked unconscious by a beer bottle over the head. The assailant is also nowhere in sight.

*Commercial*

Coming back from commercial, and before the main event can begin, we see a shot of Christopher Daniels, Kazarian, and Bobby Roode all together in the backstage hallway area.

E.G.O. is apparently trying to come up with a game plan to how they can stop Bully Ray from advancing to the world title finals. They say that now that Garrett Bischoff and Wes Brisco have been taken out, that leaves Bully Ray vulnerable. Right as they are talking, they see Austin Aries walk by. They stop him and attempt to recruit them to their cause. Aries thanks them for wanting to help and all but he really wants to do this by himself. E.G.O. tries again. This time Aries gets right into their face and warns them sternly, do not interfere. That was the end of that as Aries walks away towards the ring area, leaving E.G.O. speechless.

Match #3: Austin Aries vs. Bully Ray w/ Brooke Tessmacher – Round 1/World Heavyweight Championship Tournament

It is now main event time. The tag team and television championship title matches have already been set, now it’s time for the third man to be decided in the world heavyweight championship match. Tonight’s main event pits Austin Aries against Bully Ray, both men who are former world champions. Austin Aries, who has yet to appear for Impact Wrestling since it came back to T.V. will look to get things started off on the right foot with a win tonight while Bully Ray will look to get one more leg up on E.G.O. by advancing to the world title final. First out to the ring is Bully Ray, with his girlfriend Brooke Tessmacher not far behind. And last but not least, “The Greatest Man That Ever Lived”, Austin Aries makes his way down to the ring so the match can begin.


One has to wonder if E.G.O. will end up indeed playing a role in this match but for right now they are nowhere to be seen. The match starts off fairly even, both men apparently trying to get a feel for each other before deciding which strategy to go with. First to strike is Bully Ray. Bully knows that he has a power advantage over Aries and he uses that right away. Bully also knows that he can’t let Austin increase the pace of the match because that puts him at a huge disadvantage so he does everything he can to keep Aries grounded. This strategy works well for Bully Ray as he is successfully able to keep Austin Aries down on the mat for quite a while. This is not to say that Austin isn’t trying like hell to break out of the holds that Bully Ray keeps him in, on the contrary, he is doing everything he can, Bully is just too overpowering. But Aries doesn’t give up, he continues trying. Lucky for him, it appears to slowly be working. Little by little Aries is able to break out of Bully’s holds and put together a more high paced offense. Eventually it builds and builds until its Austin Aries who now has control of the match. Things are going very good for Austin, until E.G.O. finally makes their way down to the ring. The referee, thinking that E.G.O. is here to try and help Austin wins, takes his attention away from the match and puts it towards them. Austin does the same thing, yelling and screaming at E.G.O., telling them to go away. With the referee distracted by Kazarian and Bobby Roode, Christopher Daniels tries to slip something to Austin Aries but Austin doesn’t want it. He begins arguing with Daniels, which takes his focus off of Bully Ray even more. Eventually Austin ignores E.G.O. but the referee doesn’t. With the referee’s back turned, Bully Ray does what any good heel does, take advantage of the situation. With a chain now wrapped around his fist, Bully Ray nails Austin right on the side of the head, knocking him out instantly. Bully then tosses the chain quickly to Brooke and gets Austin in position to finish him off. Bully then hits the Bubba Bomb on Austin just as the referee has turned around. Bully covers Aries as the referee counts 1, 2, 3!

Winner: Bully Ray


Bully Ray moves on to the world title match. E.G.O.’s plan to try and help Austin Aries win the match backfired big time, instead they end up helping Bully Ray win. Bully Ray then exits the ring with Brooke, laughing the whole time. When Austin finally comes to, and sees what has happened as a result of E.G.O.’s interference, he begins to throw a huge fit. The show fades to black with a shot of E.G.O. arguing amongst themselves.
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