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Breaking News - Ted DiBiase Jr. "invades" OVW, Velvet Sky Suspended, TV Rating, Preview for upcoming special, & More

- Ted DiBiase Jr. made an unexpected appearance at an OVW live event last Saturday. Ted came out from behind the curtain in the middle of the main event but he did not get involved, rather he remained at the top of the entrance walk way until the audience began chanting for him which caused OVW officials to escort him out. No reason was given by Ted or anybody as to why he made the appearance.

- Due to her involvement in the kidnapping of T.J. Perkins, Impact Wrestling announced earlier today that Velvet Sky has been suspended indefinitely.

- Last week's edition of Impact Wrestling got a 0.9 rating which is down slightly from the 1.0 they got two week's ago.

- Preview for February 13th, one and a half hour edition of Impact Wrestling...Three new champions will be crowned and a career is on the line...Kurt Angle made the shocking announcement that the next time he loses a match, he will retire from in-ring competition forever. He also chose as his potential final opponent, the man who married his ex-wife, "The King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett. Will this be the end of the line for the Olympic Gold Medalist or can Kurt dig deep and pull out another impressive victory?...Someone has been taunting "The Cowboy" James Storm for several weeks, threatening him with videos and even attacking him last week. How will this mystery man affect the outcome of the tag team championship match where James Storm will once again team up with Gunner to face Bad Influence and the team of D.O.C. and Knux?...One by one his opponents fell until he was the only one left standing. When he thought that all competition had been removed and his path to the TV title was complete, Good Ol' JR threw Chris Sabin a curve ball, announcing that he would not be simply handed the title, rather he would still have to compete for it, against an unknown opponent. Who will this opponent be and will Chris have yet another plan up his sleeve?...Finally, a world title will be crowned when two former world champions take on a new challenger. Jeff Hardy, Bully Ray, and Magnus will compete in a triple threat match where the winner will be crowned the new Impact Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion.
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Impact Wrestling
2/13/2014
The Asylum
Nashville, Tennessee


Impact Wrestling opens up this one and a half hour long special with a simple hype video, saying how this is a new beginning for not only the company but for each and every one of the wrestlers competing tonight. The video package does not highlight any one particular wrestler or match, choosing rather to focus on the entire night. Once the video is finished, the camera cuts away, the pyro goes off and the show can begin.


After panning over the entire crowd, the camera makes its way to the announce desk where Impact Wrestling President Jim Ross has joined usual Impact Wrestling commentators Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash for tonight’s broadcast. JR starts off by thanking everyone for watching tonight, thanking them for sticking with the company through thick and thin. He does not say much after that, he simply says let’s get started.

Match #1: Chris Sabin vs. ??? – Impact Wrestling Television Championship Match

Impact Wrestling starts off tonight’s broadcast with the first of three championship matches scheduled, the television championship match featuring Chris Sabin taking on a mystery opponent, picked by JR himself. What was originally supposed to be a triple threat match eventually got whittled down to just Chris Sabin. When Chris thought since he was the last man standing he deserved the title, Jim Ross stepped in and said that he will still have to compete for the championship but against a mystery opponent. Chris soon makes his way down to the ring area. Noticeably absent from his side is his girlfriend, Velvet Sky who, because of her actions in the disappearance of T.J. Perkins, has been suspended indefinitely from Impact Wrestling. Once Chris makes it to the ring he immediately calls for a microphone.

Chris begins his rant by saying it’s a travesty that he’s being forced to compete tonight against an unknown opponent. It puts him at a huge disadvantage because, since he has no idea who it could be, he has not been able to prepare at all for the match when on the other hand; this “mystery man” has been able to train for him the whole time. So, as a result of these circumstances, he is staging a protest until he gets a rematch against someone who he knows ahead of time. He will refuse to move out of the ring until his request is granted.


In light of this new turn of events, JR gets up from the announce desk, temporarily removes his headset, and grabs a microphone.


JR says that Chris should be thankful he was even allowed to compete tonight when he should have been fired. Sabin then tries to respond but JR cuts him off. JR reminds Chris that if he doesn’t compete tonight against the opponent that he’s picked for him, not only will he lose his title shot, he will lose his spot in the company. So either put up with it or get the hell out. The threat of being fired seems to have calmed Chris down. Once it appears that Chris’ protest is over, JR introduces his opponent.


There is a several second pause between when JR stops speaking and when the mystery opponent’s music begins playing. Chris Sabin can’t seem to stand it, as he starts pacing back and forth. Suddenly, familiar music begins to play, the crowd erupts, Chris Sabin can’t believe his eyes as out of the entrance tunnel steps…ALEX SHELLEY! Chris’ former tag team partner steps out of the tunnel as the crowd begins to chant “welcome back”. Alex takes his time walking down the ramp, both to pump up the crowd and to give Chris Sabin time to soak it in. When he finally does get in the ring, he gets right into the face of his former partner as the referee calls for the bell.

The shock from seeing his former Motor City Machine Guns partner back in Impact Wrestling must be too much for Chris Sabin at first because right out of the gate he appears to struggle immensely trying to mount any sort of offense against Shelley. Shelley sees this and exploits it, constantly attacking Sabin from behind, not giving him a chance to get his wits about him and attack back. Shelley maintains the lead in the match for quite some time until Sabin manages to finally clear the cobwebs out of his head and starts fighting back. The pace of the match greatly picks up to where it more resembles the type of match that people would expect out of these two. Neither man has the advantage anymore, both Shelley and Sabin trade high flying move for high flying move over and over again. Despite the exciting action that it provides to the audience and the people watching at home, Shelley and Sabin can’t possibly keep this going forever; one of them is bound to get tired eventually. Both men seem to slow down at the same pace, leaving everyone to wonder who was going to be able to gain the upper hand and then eventually, the victory. Although it takes a while to get an answer, it appears the man who is able to gain the upper hand is Alex Shelley. A small surge of energy by Shelley allows him to distance himself from Sabin just a little so he can set up his finishing move, Sliced Bread #2. Once he gets Sabin right where he wants him, Shelley locks in and hits the move perfectly. The crowd goes wild as Shelley covers Sabin for the 1, 2, 3!


Winner and New Impact Wrestling Television Champion: Alex Shelley


The referee hands Alex the new T.V. title as the crowd continues to cheer him on. He stares at the belt for the longest time before eventually accepting it and throwing it over his shoulder. As he is acknowledging the crowd, Chris Sabin is finally starting to stir. Sabin finally makes it to his feet and just stares at Shelley. Alex attempts to shake his hand but Chris will have nothing of it. He blows the gesture off and starts walking back to the locker room. This doesn’t seem to bother Shelley any, as he remains in the ring celebrating with the crowd as the show cuts to commercial.

*Commercial*

Match #2: Bad Influence (Christopher Daniels & Kazarian) vs. D.O.C. & Knux vs. Gunner & James Storm – Impact Wrestling Tag Team Championship Match


Coming back from commercial, Impact Wrestling keeps this special edition going with the second championship match of the night, the tag team championship triple threat match between Bad Influence, D.O.C. & Knux, and the former champions Gunner & James Storm. Before the match begins, there is a brief video package highlighting how each team got here. The biggest question hanging over this whole match though is the question of who has been taunting James Storm and how will that person affect the outcome? They promised they would be here tonight so only time will tell.

Once the video package is complete, the official introductions can begin. The first team out to the ring is the team of Bad Influence, Christopher Daniels and Kazarian. Lately Bad Influence, along with their E.G.O. stable mate Bobby Roode have not been having much luck trying to get their way so we will see if that can change tonight. Second team to make their way to the ring is D.O.C. and Knux, coming through the crowd in homage to their Aces & Eights days. Last but not least are the former champions, Gunner and James Storm. Both men show no signs of being afraid or cautious about the potential attacker, they’re just ready to fight.


Three men begin the match in the ring and the first successful pin attempt wins. As expected, each team starts off the match by trying to get a feel of how their opponents plan to attack. Soon, both Bad Influence and Gunner & Storm realize that they’ll need to try and work together to eliminate D.O.C. and Knux since they are clearly the bigger and stronger team. This cooperation by both teams works for a little bit but eventually D.O.C. and Knux power out and it becomes every team for themselves again. Realizing that they can’t take down D.O.C. and Knux by themselves, Bad Influence decides to simply wait it out, letting Storm & Gunner do the dirty work for them and then sneak in and steal the victory. This is a smart strategy in theory but in order for it to work, there needs to actually be an opening for Bad Influence to take advantage of and unfortunately the opening just never comes. Bad Influence tries to interfere but every time they get shoed away until they become virtually a non-factor. The attention in the match then quickly turns to D.O.C & Knux versus Gunner & Storm. Gunner & Storm hold their own very well, frustrating their opponents in the process. The match starts to get pretty physical pretty fast. In the ensuing chaos, the referee gets bumped and temporarily knocked out of commission. James Storm decides to take advantage of this. He grabs a hold of a beer bottle that he had conveniently left on the outside of the ring, takes a swig of it and spits it right into D.O.C.’s face. With the beer bottle now empty, James looks to use it. As he takes aim, Gunner stops him. As the referee stands back up, Gunner takes the beer bottle out of Storm’s hand and in a shocking twist, smashes it over his own partner’s head, knocking him unconscious. Much like the audience, the referee is stunned at this turn of events. Since it was his own partner that attacked Storm, the referee decides not to end the match and rather to let it continue. D.O.C and Knux quickly seize the opportunity and cover the motionless Storm to become new champions.

Winners and New Impact Wrestling Tag Team Champions: D.O.C. & Knux


The mysterious man who has been taunting James Storm this whole time appears to have been his own tag team partner Gunner. Gunner soon joins the new champions D.O.C. and Knux in the ring and the three celebrate their victory as they stand over the motionless body of James Storm. The three remain standing in the ring as the camera cuts away.

Before the commercial break, we get a split screen shot of both Jeff and Karen Jarrett and Kurt Angle walking to the ring. Mike Tenay, JB, and JR all continue to hype up that this may indeed be Kurt Angle’s final match ever.


*Commercial*

Match #3: Jeff Jarrett w/ Karen Jarrett vs. Kurt Angle


Coming back from commercial, Impact Wrestling once again goes right into a promo video detailing how both Kurt Angle and Jeff Jarrett got to this point, from Kurt Angle coming back announcing that the next time he loses a match he will retire from in-ring competition forever to him calling out Jeff Jarrett as his first opponent and Jeff answering that call. Once the video finishes up, the entrances begin.

First out to the ring are the Jarretts. Since Nashville is right in the middle of his old stomping grounds and since this is his first match back in a long time, Jeff and Karen get a huge reaction from the crowd which obviously fills Jeff’s ego right up. Next out is “The Olympic Gold Medalist” Kurt Angle who gets an equally large reaction from the crowd, much to the chagrin of Jeff. Once both men have entered the ring and prepared themselves, the referee calls for the bell and the match begins.


Before Kurt can react, Jeff dives right for his knees in an attempt to take them out. It appears to have worked as it catches Kurt by surprise, giving Jeff a great early advantage. It becomes clear right after the sneak attack that Jeff’s plan in this match is to weaken Kurt’s knees so he can possibly make him tap out. Right away Kurt becomes noticeably hobbled but he is not crippled, he is still able to stand and fight back, albeit at a very distinct disadvantage. Despite not having fully immobilized him, Jeff continues the assault on Kurt’s legs and knees, knowing that eventually he would be able to get Kurt to the point where he would no longer be able to stand which at that point he would be able to do whatever he wanted to him. Initially Jeff remains calm and collected, going about his business like nothing bothers him but as the match goes on, Kurt remains standing and mobile. But as the match goes on and Kurt is still standing, Jeff becomes increasingly more agitated and desperate. He increases the volume of his attacks and his attempted pin falls but despite all this, he is still not able to put Kurt away. After every attack, Kurt manages to stagger back to his feet. Although Kurt is putting up an amazing fight, one has to wonder how much longer he can possibly keep this up; eventually something’s got to give. To everyone’s amazement, after yet another failed pin attempt by Jeff Jarrett, out of nowhere Kurt gets a rush of energy, fighting back with everything he’s got. This catches Jeff off guard since his entire game plan throughout this match depended on a severely weakened Kurt Angle. After an impressive Olympic Slam, Kurt lowers the straps and zeroes in on Jeff. Mustering up all the strength he can, Kurt grabs a hold of Jeff’s leg and ankle and doesn’t let go. Despite trying to grab for his wife on the outside, Jeff keeps getting pulled back in the middle of the ring. He tries to counter out but he just can’t. He is soon forced to tap out.

Winner: Kurt Angle

Kurt survives the match and his career lives to fight another day. Still noticeably hobbled, Kurt gets his hand raised by the referee as the crowd cheers him on. However, right as Kurt turns his back to start heading to the locker room, Jeff Jarrett attacks his knees once again. Joining her husband in attacking her ex-husband is Karen. The combined effort of Jeff and Karen attacking his knees is too much for Kurt, all he can do is try to defend himself any way he can. Right as things are looking bad for him, the lights in the Asylum go out. Right before they come back, music starts to play. Once the lights do come back, the crowd erupts as standing over the hobbled Kurt Angle is “The Icon” Sting. Sting does not say or do anything other than stand by Kurt, pointing his black baseball bat at the Jarretts as they exit the ring. Sting then helps Kurt to his feet as the show goes to commercial.

*Commercial*


Coming back from commercial, the cameras go right to the announce desk where Mike Tenay, JB, and JR all comment on the shocking return of “The Icon” Sting and what it means for both Kurt Angle and Jeff Jarrett. Once they are done commenting on that, they turn their attention to tonight’s main event, the triple threat match between Magnus, Bully Ray, and Jeff Hardy for the world title. They show who each man had to beat to get to this point. Once they are finished, they send it over to Taryn Terrell who’s standing by with Magnus.

First off, Taryn starts with asking Magnus how it feels to be competing for the world title for the first time ever. Magnus obviously says it feels great and that he’s ready for the challenge. Taryn then follows up that question by asking Magnus if it puts more pressure on him that he’s the much younger one in this match and the only man who hasn’t won a world title yet. Magnus seems a little annoyed by that question but answers it anyway by saying that although he respects what both Bully Ray and Jeff Hardy have done, that’s all in the past, they’ve had their opportunities but it’s time to put the old boys out to pasture, because it’s Magnus’ time. Almost on cue, right as Magnus finishes talking, Bully Ray interrupts. Bully says how dare he think that he is even close to world championship material and that it’s insane to think that Bully Ray’s time has gone. Bully Ray says that he’s met hundreds of punks just like Magnus who think they’re the next big thing but everyone of them ends up failing and that’s exactly what Magnus is going to do as well. The two then get into each other’s face. There is a brief pause before Magnus says “bring it on old man”. The situation then explodes into an open brawl.

Match #4: Bully Ray vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Magnus – Impact Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship Match

Eventually the brawl between Magnus and Bully Ray spills out from the backstage interview area to the ring area. The two start their fight at the top of the entrance ramp. The referee tries to get them to go in to the ring but they are having none of that. However, they do slowly start to make their way down to the ring by themselves. Once they reach the ring area, they stop once again and start using everything that’s at the ringside area to their advantage. The referee has yet to officially start the match because there is still no sign of Jeff Hardy. That changes soon. As both Magnus and Bully Ray’s backs are turned, Jeff Hardy comes through the crowd on the opposite side, climbs in to the ring, on to a post, and takes aim. When Magnus and Bully Ray turn around, he dives on top of them, officially starting the match.

Now that all members are present, the match can begin. Although it has officially started, the match does not resemble a traditional match at all, rather an all-out brawl. All three men take turns in control of the match. One minute Bully Ray has Magnus and he’s tossing him into the guard rail and the next Jeff Hardy is doing the same thing. The referee tries to keep order in the match but after trying and failing several times, he just throws up his hands in the air and lets each man do what they want, within reason of course. The action has now moved into the crowd. Again, each man takes turns in control and it seems like this could go on forever until someone gets a plan. Familiar with brawls in the crowd, Bully Ray devises a plan. He decides to take advantage of Magnus’ inexperience in title matches by separating him from Jeff Hardy but first he must take out Jeff. As Jeff, Magnus, and Bully Ray make it to the top of the bleachers, Bully notices a merchandise table set up off to the side of the seats. With a strong kick to the midsection, Bully temporarily disables Magnus just enough to get Jeff right where he wants him. Bully knows it won’t take much to send Jeff through the table and with yet another strong kick to the midsection, he does just that. Falling off the bleachers, Jeff slams right into the table, splitting it in half. With Jeff now out of the picture, Bully Ray resumes his assault on Magnus. He must put some distance between himself and Jeff Hardy, should Jeff manage to get to his feet so he starts to pull Magnus towards the ring area. Slowly but surely the two make it inside the ring, the first action inside the actual ring of the whole match. Magnus, tired from the brawl in the crowd, tries fighting back but what he does just does not seem to matter. Luckily for him, right as it appears that he’s ready to give up, Magnus sees Jeff Hardy standing up. Maybe if he can hold out until then, he’ll have a better chance. Panic sets in for Bully Ray, he must put Magnus away and fast. As Jeff approaches, he resorts to what he’s good at, cheating. Out of view of the referee, Bully Ray low blows Magnus which sets him up for the Bubba Bomb. Bully quickly gets Magnus into position, and hits the move. As Jeff Hardy approaches, he desperately tries to break up the pin attempt but he’s too late. The referee counts 1, 2, 3, right as he gets in the ring.


Winner and New Impact Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion: Bully Ray

Despite having resorted to cheating yet again, Bully Ray manages to get the victory and in doing so, becoming a three time world champion. Bully quickly grabs the belt and exits the ring, wanting nothing to do with an angry Magnus and Jeff Hardy. As the camera fades to black, Bully Ray holds the world title over his head.
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Major Breaking News - New PPV Format/YouTube show announced, New Venue announced, Ted DiBiase Jr. in OVW, & More

- In a joint press conference today following the successful first live T.V. special of Impact Wrestling, Jim Ross along with representatives from Spike T.V. announced that Impact Wrestling would be doing away with most of their pay per view events in favor of live T.V. specials, with the exception of Slammiversary in June which will now be treated as their Wrestlemania. The live T.V. specials will air each month and be prompted just like a PPV event would. The reason behind the new strategy is because for years the wrestling pay per view business has started to go down hill, with more money now coming in from T.V. contracts than PPV buys. Now with the full backing of Spike TV, Impact Wrestling can afford to make the switch.

- They also announced that the next two live specials will air April 24th and May 22nd, both emanating from the Grady Cole Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Following the May 22nd special, Impact Wrestling will be taping the next two weeks worth of T.V. at the Grady Cole Center as well. Impact Wrestling plans to announce the venue for Slammiversary within the next week or two.

- The new PPV format was not the only major change announced at the recent press conference. Jim Ross announced that starting with the February 27th live edition of Impact Wrestling, they will begin taping a simple half hour long bi-weekly special that will air on Impact Wrestling's official YouTube channel. The show, simply titled "Impact Online" will be taped before every live edition of Impact Wrestling and begin airing the following Saturday. It is expected to feature two matches and a couple backstage segments. The first Impact Online special will begin airing March 1st.

- Ted DiBiase Jr., who made an unannounced appearance at the last OVW live event, made another unannounced appearance at the latest OVW TV taping, interfering in the main event until OVW officials granted him a title shot. Officials granted him his wish but only if he could defeat Cliff Compton first. That match will be recorded at the next TV taping event.

- The first live T.V. special of Impact Wrestling was a huge success, scoring a 1.2 rating, up from the previous week's 0.9.

- The preview for this week's episode of Impact Wrestling was brief, it merely said: "Witness the fallout. Three new champions crowned, former friends become enemies, and an Icon returns. Where does Impact Wrestling go from here?"
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Impact Wrestling
2/20/2014
The Asylum
Nashville, Tennessee


Impact Wrestling opens up with a long look at all the action from last week’s one and a half hour long live special. Since there is too much to cover in just a short opening video, we only see the highlights of the show, starting with Alex Shelley returning to defeat Chris Sabin and become the new Television Champion. Then to the tag team title match where it was revealed that Gunner was the one taunting James Storm as well as being on the side of D.O.C. & Knux, since in the process he helped them win the tag titles. Then highlights of a very physical triple threat match for the world title between Bully Ray, Jeff Hardy, and Magnus with Bully Ray once again becoming world champion. The video finishes up with a look at the Kurt Angle vs. Jeff Jarrett match where Sting made his shocking return to Impact Wrestling, saving Kurt Angle from a further beat down at the hands of the Jarretts. That’s where we start off tonight because soon the video finishes up so the show can begin.

Panning over the entire Asylum, the cameras eventually settle back down on to the announce desk where Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash welcome everyone to another edition of Impact Wrestling. Since there were no matches announced before the show, there is no card to run down so Mike and JB simply start talking about all the new champions in Impact Wrestling. Before they can finish however, they are interrupted by the theme music of Jeff Jarrett.


Jeff, followed closely behind by his wife Karen, comes out to the ring clearly not happy. Not only did he lose his match last week but he was not able to finish the job of taking out Kurt Angle completely because of the return of “The Icon” Sting. Once the Jarretts arrive in the ring they obviously ask for a microphone.

Jeff does not mention Sting at all, choosing instead to completely ignore him all together and focus on Kurt Angle who he feels stole a victory from him. Since Jeff is Impact Wrestling Vice President, he could fire Kurt Angle on the spot for disrespecting him like he did but he knows the backlash of that would be huge so he’s chosen a different path. Instead, Jeff wants a rematch. He is not asking for this match, he is demanding it. He says that if Kurt Angle does not come out to the ring tonight to face him for a rematch, he will then have cause to fire him and he certainly will not hesitate to do so. The crowd boos this immensely but Jeff doesn’t care, he is giving Kurt Angle thirty seconds to come out to this ring and face him otherwise he will be fired. Ten seconds go by, no Kurt Angle. Twenty seconds go by, still no Kurt Angle. 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, no Kurt Angle. Right as Jeff is about to channel his inner Vince McMahon and say Kurt Angle, you’re fired!, Sting’s theme music hits. The crowd goes insane as the Icon slowly makes his way down to the ring. Sting tells him that Kurt cannot answer his call because he’s not here tonight, he’s at home recuperating from the attack that Jeff and Karen put on him. Jeff continues to seem disinterested in Sting and continues to try and call out Kurt Angle. Sting gets more and more in to Jeff’s face, telling him that Kurt is not here. At this point Jeff is really angry and starts confronting Sting directly. He tells him to plain stay out of his business otherwise he will be fired. This doesn’t bother Sting at all, he remains right in Jeff’s face. Pretty soon Jeff changes his mind. Instead of wanting to face Kurt Angle again, he challenges Sting to a match tonight which of course, Sting agrees. Huffing and puffing away, the Jarretts then exit the ring as their music plays in the background. Soon after that the camera cuts away.

Before cutting to commercial Impact Wrestling cameras catch the new world tag team champions D.O.C. and Knux arriving at the Asylum on the motorcycles but they are not alone. Also arriving with him on a motorcycle is Gunner. The three men park their bikes and head inside as the camera cuts to commercial.

*Commercial*

Coming back from commercial, we see the new T.V. champion Alex Shelley talking directly to the camera.

Alex is telling the camera man and the world that now that he is T.V. champion, he intends to be a fighting champion that means he intends to defend the title as much as possible, starting next week live on Spike T.V. Once Alex finishes his announcement, he starts walking away from the camera. Before he can get too far however, he is jumped from behind by Chris Sabin, his former tag team partner who he beat to become T.V. champion. Luckily for Alex, the two are not fighting for very long when Impact Wrestling security break the two up. Shouting at each other, Chris Sabin challenges Alex to a rematch for the title next week, which in the heat of the moment, he agrees to. Once the two have been pulled far enough apart, the show can transition back to the ring area.

Coming back to the ring area, we see the tag champs D.O.C. & Knux as well as their new partner Gunner standing in the middle of the ring and Gunner has a microphone.


Gunner starts off by saying that James Storm wanted to prove that he was the toughest S.O.B. in professional wrestling today but he was proven wrong. Gunner, D.O.C., and Knux are the toughest S.O.B.’s in professional wrestling and there isn’t a damn thing that anybody can do about it. To prove that, he is calling out anyone from the back, besides James Storm of course, anyone who may want to get a beating. It isn’t long before someone answers the call and that someone is Jeff Hardy.

Match #1: Gunner w/ D.O.C. & Knux vs. Jeff Hardy

Gunner seems surprised that of all the people that would answer his challenge it would be Jeff Hardy but hey, that doesn’t bother him at all because he has the massive tag team champions to back him up. Jeff enters the ring, the referee calls for the bell, and the match can begin.


Almost instantly, Jeff Hardy takes command of the match. Despite feeling extremely confident, Gunner does not seem prepared at all which isn’t much of a surprise since he had no idea who is opponent was going to be. Still, he doesn’t appear to have been prepared at all for any match against anybody. With encouragement from his friends on the outside, Gunner does manage to start fighting his way back in to the match ever so slightly, at least to the point where it’s not embarrassing him anymore. Jeff clearly knows that his high paced, aerial offense is the key to keeping Gunner confused and off of his game so he keeps that going. Gunner has no answer for Jeff so he must rely on his friends on the outside once again. While the referee is slightly distracted, and while Jeff is climbing to the top turnbuckle, D.O.C. pushes him off and back into the ring which allows Gunner a temporary window of opportunity to take advantage. Gunner does but his window is not open for very long. Despite the outside interference from earlier, Jeff fights back and regains control of the match. Once again Gunner is in need of help and once again the help comes when Jeff returns to the top turnbuckle. This time Knux tries to push him off but when he does the referee sees it and immediately calls for the bell, Gunner has been disqualified.

Winner via DQ: Jeff Hardy

D.O.C. and Knux immediately enter the ring and join Gunner in arguing with the referee. To his credit, the referee stands his ground and does not back down. This isn’t too smart on the referee’s part however as D.O.C. and Knux soon get tired of dealing with him so they simply toss the referee to the side and set their sights on Jeff Hardy. Luckily for Jeff, before they can do anything, James Storm comes running down the ramp and D.O.C, Knux, and Gunner scatter. James helps Jeff to his fight and once he’s back up, the two stare down D.O.C., Knux, and Gunner as the camera cuts to commercial.


*Commercial*

Coming back from commercial, Impact Wrestling transitions to the backstage interview area where Taryn Terrell is standing by with all three members of E.G.O., Christopher Daniels, Kazarian, and Bobby Roode.


Taryn starts off the interview by asking the obvious question, where does E.G.O. go now that they’ve lost out on both the tag team and world titles? Daniels and Kazarian are the first to speak. They give the standard answer of how they are disappointed that they fell short in their attempt at the gold but they’re not giving up, that Bad Influence will soon have gold around their delicious waists yet again. When Taryn turns to Bobby Roode, he doesn’t seem too talkative. As a matter of fact, he doesn’t say anything at all for the first few seconds. When he finally does, he asks Bad Influence how they can live with themselves after being such losers. Bobby’s comments take them off guard and they’re not quite sure how to respond. Bobby says that not only did they not prevent Bully Ray from becoming world champion again, they couldn’t even win the stickin’ tag team titles. Kazarian is the first to take offense to Bobby’s statements saying that at least they made it to the tag team finals, when the same sure can’t be said about Bobby and the world title. He also seems to remember that Bobby wasn’t much of a help either in preventing Bully Ray from becoming champion, as a matter of fact he was just as responsible as anybody. That statement seemed to have set something off in Bobby’s brain as immediately he attacks Kazarian, tossing him through a monitor directly behind them, knocking him out. This leaves just him and Christopher Daniels alone to fight it out. Slowly the brawl starts to go away from the backstage interview area and down the hallway, then into the entrance tunnel, then out of the entrance tunnel and down the ramp.

The brawl between Daniels and Roode has now spilled out in to the ring area. Impact Wrestling security attempt to break the two up but every time they do, they find their way back to fighting and the process repeats itself. Finally one referee steps in and says he’s had enough. If they’re insistent on fighting, then it might as well be made official. The referee then calls for a bell and the impromptu brawl becomes an impromptu match.

Match #2: Bobby Roode vs. Christopher Daniels

Now an official match, the two keep on fighting on the outside of the ring. They have now moved close to the ring, battling against the guard rails. No one man has the advantage but initially Bobby Roode does seem to be the one in control of the pace of the fight. Despite controlling the pace, Bobby doesn’t seem too interested in putting Christopher Daniels away, rather he seems content inflicting as much pain as possible. Although he has control, the longer he lets Christopher Daniels stay up right, the worse things could potentially get for him. Every once in a while Daniels will get a burst of energy and fight back, evening the odds a little but soon Bobby stops it. This pattern repeats itself several times before Bobby finally does realize that he needs to take more punishing measures if he wants to take out Daniels for good. He begins to repeatedly whip Daniels into the steel steps, back first as well as the guard rails. With Daniels severely crippled, Bobby looks to put him away. Sliding a steel chair in to the ring, Bobby tosses Daniels in there as well. Despite pleas from the referee, everyone knows what Bobby is about to do. He lines up Daniels with the steel chair and hits a powerful Double R spine buster, slamming Daniels down back first onto the steel chair. Initially the referee does not start counting the pin but after threats from Bobby Roode, he starts counting 1, 2, 3.

Winner: Bobby Roode


Bobby Roode stands over the now crippled body of his former stable mate as the referee reluctantly raises his hand in victory. With both members of Bad Influence taken out, at least at the moment, Bobby Roode will have to go about the process of trying to regain the world title by himself. As Bobby begins to exit the ring he is stopped in his tracks by the sight of the new Impact Wrestling world champion Bully Ray and his girlfriend Brooke standing at the top of the entrance ramp. As the camera cuts to commercial, we see a shot of Bobby and Bully staring each other down as Bully holds the world title high above his head.

*Commercial*

Match #3: Jeff Jarrett w/ Karen Jarrett vs. Sting


It is now main event time. In a match that was made at the beginning of the broadcast, “The Icon” Sting returns to Impact Wrestling to face “The King of the Mountain” Jeff Jarrett. Standing up for Kurt Angle who was injured last week at the hands of the Jarretts, Sting stepped in and answered Jeff’s challenge. First man out to the ring is Jeff Jarrett, followed closely by his wife Karen. The crowd boos Jeff loudly which only serves to piss him off. Once Sting’s music hits however the crowd goes nuts which angers Jeff even more. When Sting enters the ring, Jeff immediately attacks him as the referee calls for the bell.

Jeff Jarrett has the obvious advantage here in that he is not only Impact Wrestling vice president, but this is Sting’s first match in several months so he is a little rusty. Jeff has complete control of the match for some time because of it, taking advantage of Sting’s rustiness. Despite having control, Jeff does not do enough to limit Sting so as the match goes on, Sting starts to gain more and more strength and shed off some of the rust that was plaguing him earlier. Now that Sting has fought his way in to the match, Jeff starts to panic. He becomes reckless with his move set, trying to think of anything that will help him gain back control. He can’t think of anything conventional so he does the next best thing, he uses his power. Threatening the referee with termination if he disqualifies him, Jeff begins playing dirty, hitting Sting with low blows as well as exposed turnbuckles. The referee has no choice but to simply look the other way as Jeff starts to cheat his way to victory. Despite Jeff’s cheating, Sting does not go down without a fight. He kicks out of every pin attempt and even manages to hit a few moves here and there. Since Sting isn’t going down easy, Jeff decides to use his other secret weapon, his wife. Karen gets Sting’s attention. When Sting goes to confront Karen, she throws some sort of powder in his face which must have blinded Sting. Jeff takes immediate advantage, getting Sting in position and hitting The Stroke soon after. With the Jarretts yelling at him, the referee then gets down and counts 1, 2, 3.

Winner: Jeff Jarrett

Following the match, Karen enters the ring and celebrates with her husband like they just won a major, hard fought match when in reality Jeff used his powers as Impact Wrestling vice president to get the victory. Now that he realizes he can do nearly anything, what’s next for Jeff Jarrett? The camera fades to black while the Jarretts remain celebrating in the ring.
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Impact Wrestling News & Notes - Venue for Slammiversary Announced, OVW Update, Details regarding Impact Online, & More

- In a brief press announcement this afternoon, Impact Wrestling announced that this year's Slammiversary pay per view event will be held at the world famous Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan, New York. This will only be the second time in company history that Impact Wrestling has held an event there and the first to be televised.

- The size of both the Grady Cole Center and the Hammerstein Ballroom is yet another part of the new Impact Wrestling strategy. In the past the company tended to book larger venues, resulting in having to curtain off large sections of the venue. Now the new strategy is to book smaller venues that they are for sure to sell out in so it does not come off looking bad on T.V.

- At the most recent OVW TV taping, Ted DiBiase Jr. won his match against Cliff Compton, resulting in him earning himself a title shot against current OVW world champion Marcus Anthony. The date for that match has yet to be announced. Also in OVW news, Garrett Bischoff and Wes Brisco are once again teaming up. Both men have been impressing OVW officials, especially Wes Brisco who has taken on a more hardcore style since adopting the Leatherface-like mask.

- Impact Wrestling also announced a few more details regarding the upcoming Impact Online YouTube show. It was announced that Christopher Daniels would be joining Jeremy Borash at the commentator booth. Daniels will also be handling the interviewing duties. Christopher Daniels has been considering winding down his in-ring career for a few months now, sending feelers out about possibly working in a backstage role and with the recent attack by Bobby Roode and him becoming Impact Online commentator, it looks like he's gotten his wish.

- Last week's edition of Impact Wrestling scored a 1.0 rating which was down from the 1.2 that the live special earned the week before.

- Preview for the February 27th edition of Impact Wrestling...After just missing out on getting his hands on his former tag team partner last week, this week James Storm says he plans on calling somebody out who we can only expect will be Gunner. Will Gunner answer James' challenge?...Alex Shelley made his shocking return to Impact Wrestling February 13th, beating former tag team partner Chris Sabin to become T.V. Champion. Promising to be a fighting champion, Alex's first challenger was none other than Chris Sabin which Alex accepted. This week, Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley go head to head once again for the T.V. title...Impact Wrestling president Jim Ross recently announced that he will decide the next #1 contender to the Impact Wrestling world title not from a tournament, but by who steps up and impresses the most. Which man will take the next step and earn his shot at the world title?...Vice President Jeff Jarrett is on a mission to get his hands on Kurt Angle one way or the other, despite Kurt being too injured to compete in a match. Standing in his way though is "The Icon" Sting? Can Sting keep Kurt away from Jeff long enough for him to heal up or will Jeff use his power and influence to put Kurt Angle away for good?
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2/27/2014
The Asylum
Nashville, Tennessee


There is no opening video recap package to start off this week’s edition of Impact Wrestling, instead the show starts right off with a pan over the entire Asylum before finally settling on the announce desk where Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash welcome everyone. Mike and JB end up giving the recap of last week’s action, from Bobby Roode’s attack on both Kazarian and Christopher Daniels to Sting and Jeff Jarrett in the main event. Once they are done recapping the action last week they turn their attention to this week where the only match currently scheduled is Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin for the T.V. title but we’re bound to end up having more due to James Storm calling out Gunner and Jeff Jarrett’s continued pursuit of Kurt Angle. Speaking of James Storm, the action begins when his music starts to play.

Coming out to the ring dressed in his wrestling gear, James appears bound and determined to finally get his hands on Gunner after just missing out on him last week. James makes a very quick trip down to the ring and once he arrives he demands a microphone.


James says he does not wish to waste anyone’s time since there’s no suspense on who he plans to call out since everyone pretty much knows that he plans to call out Gunner. James demands that Gunner come out and face him right now so they can end this once and for all.


To everyone’s amazement, Gunner answers the call right away. Dressed in street clothes he steps out of the entrance tunnel, flanked from behind by the Impact Wrestling World Tag Team Champions D.O.C. & Knux.

Gunner says that since he is not dressed to compete, he’s not going to even try so his answer to James’ challenge is no. Of course this doesn’t sit too well with James as James immediately demands that Gunner stop with all the B.S. and just man up. Standing firm, Gunner continues to say that he is not prepared to fight tonight. Upset, James keeps pressing but soon decides that it’s not worth the effort. He then gets another idea. Seeing that both D.O.C. & Knux are dressed to compete, why don’t they come down there and face him? D.O.C. & Knux seem fine with it, but Gunner, still trying to find a loophole, says that he doesn’t want to run the risk of having D.O.C. & Knux take out Storm before he can and plus, James doesn’t even have a tag team partner. He responds by saying that yes, he knows he doesn’t have a tag team partner right now but he knows of someone who’ll want to join him. Right as he says that, Jeff Hardy sneaks up behind Gunner, D.O.C., & Knux and attacks them from behind. Of course Gunner ducks out of the way but D.O.C. & Knux remain to fight. James Storm soon comes to join Jeff in the fight and this impromptu match officially begins.


Match #1: D.O.C. & Knux vs. James Storm & Jeff Hardy

Initially starting at the top of the entrance ramp, the match soon migrates from there to the ring area. Due to Jeff Hardy’s sneak attack on D.O.C. & Knux, the team of Hardy and Storm get out to a huge early lead. Not expecting to be in a match this week, against this pairing no less, D.O.C. & Knux appear very confused and disoriented, unable to get much of a game plan together at all. Storm and Hardy do everything they can to exploit this, using their many years of tag team success to their advantage. They keep the tag team champions apart as much as possible, weakening them one by one until they eventually come back together and have to be separated. Despite not having much of a game plan and being picked apart by two of the more experienced tag team wrestlers in wrestling today, D.O.C. and Knux hang in there, using what won them the tag titles in the first place, their size. Using brute strength, D.O.C. and Knux slowly fight their way back in to the match. However, their late surge of energy does not seem to do the trick. Deciding that they’d rather live to fight another day, D.O.C. and Knux appear to almost give up. After a few brief moments, the champions end up succumbing to a Last Call super kick on Knux by James Storm, followed by a Swanton Bomb by Jeff Hardy and the pin for the 1, 2, 3!

Winners: James Storm & Jeff Hardy


Having just beaten the tag team champions, and in impressive fashion, one has to wonder what’s next for the team of Storm and Hardy? But for now, although they didn’t accomplish James Storm’s initial goal of taking out Gunner, they did deal him a pretty nice size blow by proving that his big bodyguards are defeatable. The camera cuts away with a shot of Storm and Hardy remaining in the ring to celebrate with the fans.

Before the commercial break, we see a split screen shot of the Impact Wrestling Television Champion Alex Shelley and his challenger, Chris Sabin walking down the hallway in the back towards the ring. Their match for the T.V. title is up next.


*Commercial*

Match #2: Alex Shelley [C] vs. Chris Sabin – Impact Wrestling Television Championship Match


Coming back from commercial, it is now time for the second match of the night, a rematch from February 13th between former Motor City Machine Guns tag team partners Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin. Shelley said he was going to be a fighting champion, and then in the heat of the moment when Chris Sabin challenged him for a rematch, he accepted and now we are here. The challenger, noticeably still missing his girlfriend Velvet Sky who is still suspended, begins slowly making his way down to the ring. The crowd appears to be rather indifferent towards Sabin as Sabin has an odd look of sadness yet determination on his face as he makes his way to the ring. When the T.V. Champion begins making his way to the ring, the crowd quickly changes their tune which only serves to piss Sabin off. Quickly, Alex Shelley makes his way down to the ring and gets right in the face of his former tag team partner as the referee rings the bell.

The match begins with an intense stare-off between the two before Sabin is the first to strike. Being the first person to strike seems to pay off for Sabin as he is able to jump out to an early lead and build some serious momentum. Unlike their first match which was back and forth for most of it, this match clearly favors Sabin. You can just see the confidence build inside Sabin as every move he makes seems to hit and everything that Shelley tries to respond with he has a counter for. Not wanting to be embarrassed by not being prepared yet again, Sabin has done his homework and came up with a game plan that seems to be working to perfection. How can you respond to a game plan that is working as well as Sabin’s is working? Well, Shelley decides that the best course of action is to wait it out and hope that Sabin eventually slips up, allowing him to sneak in and steal a victory. The match goes on, and on but still no slip up from Sabin. Despite this, Shelley hangs in there, hoping for something that may or may not come. Wanting to put Shelley away, Sabin goes to the top rope and gets in position but before he can, his foot gets caught in the ropes. Seeing his chance, Shelley springs to life. Jumping to the top rope as well, Shelley positions himself and Sabin for a one time shot at Shelley’s finisher, Sliced Bread #2. After a brief struggle, Shelley gets himself in to the right position and nails it! The shock from the move appears to temporarily stun Sabin so Shelley quickly follows up with a pin and the 1, 2, 3!

Winner and Still Impact Wrestling Television Champion: Alex Shelley

Chris Sabin did everything right but in the end it was one little mistake that cost him. Once Sabin gets his wits back, he stands up and immediately starts throwing a fit. He even tries to steal the T.V. title from the referee before it can be handed back to Shelley but before he can, Shelley interferes and tosses him out of the ring. Defeated and humiliated, Sabin hangs his head and quickly heads to the back while Shelley remains to celebrate in the middle of the ring. The camera soon fades away.

Transitioning to the backstage interview area, we see interviewer Taryn Terrell standing by once again with Bobby Roode.


Bobby Roode appears much calmer than he did last week during his interview where he snapped and attacked both Kazarian and Christopher Daniels. Still, Taryn keeps her distance as she begins the interview. Not wanting to ruffle any feathers, Taryn does not ask about last week, choosing to instead to ask about the announcement that Impact Wrestling President Jim Ross made this week where the next #1 contender to the world title would be decided not by a tournament but rather by who stepped up and impressed him the most. Again, calmly, Roode responds by saying that now that he’s back on his own with nobody to hold him back, there’s absolutely no reason why he isn’t the most impressive wrestler in Impact Wrestling. Roode starts listing off his accomplishments, such as how he still is the longest reigning champion in company history and how he was part of the greatest tag team in company history as well. Quite frankly, everything he does is impressive. On that note, Austin Aries steps in. Austin says that although he may have all of these accomplishments, those are in the past now, this is the future and the future belongs to “The Greatest Man That Ever Lived”. Almost instantly, Roode’s demeanor changes and he gets right in to Aries’ face. Sensing that he wants to fight, Austin Aries then challenges him to a match, right here and right now. Bobby thinks about it for a minute and then says “you’re on!” Tonight’s main event is now set. The two men remain in each others faces as the camera cuts away to commercial.


*Commercial*


Coming back from commercial, rather than go right in to the main event, the cameras cut to backstage where the Jarrett, Jeff and Karen, are looking everywhere for Kurt Angle.


Yelling and screaming, the Jarretts demand that Kurt show himself. They stop everyone they can find and demand that they let them know where Kurt is but everyone says the same thing, “Kurt’s not here”. Once their frustration reaches a boiling point, they are stopped in their tracks by Sting who calmly approaches them and tells them what they’ve been hearing from everyone else, that Kurt Angle is not in the building, that he is still home hurt. Having had enough of this, Jeff turns and faces Sting, telling him that if Kurt Angle does not show up next week and agrees to face him, he will not only fire Angle on the spot but he’ll fire Sting as well. Sting is left speechless, clearly worried that Kurt may not be ready to face Jarrett but knowing if he doesn’t, they’ll both lose their jobs. As the Jarretts walk away, the camera cuts away as well.


Match #3: Austin Aries vs. Bobby Roode


It is now main event time. In a match that was made just minutes ago, Austin Aries will take on Bobby Roode where the winner will hopefully start down the path of impressing JR enough to earn a shot at the world title. Before the two men can make their way down to the ring, the music of the world heavyweight champion Bully Ray begins to play. The champ and his girlfriend make their way down to the ring and take a seat at ringside where they will be able to watch all of the action. Once they are seated, Aries and Roode can begin to make their entrances. First out to the ring is Bobby Roode who gets a mostly negative reaction from the crowd. Last but not least is Austin Aries who the crowd appears to love.


Both men know that there is a lot more at stake here than just simple pride, they know a victory for them will go a long way to earning a shot at the world title so expect them to pull out all the stops for this one. Right off the bat the match takes on a very physical feel, both men desperate to impress. Initially the physical style of this match seems to favor Bobby Roode but as the match progresses, Austin Aries becomes more comfortable and starts fighting back, evening the playing field back up. The two former world champions trade the momentum back forth. First Roode will gain the upper hand by tailoring the pace of the match to fit him and then things will even out and then it will be Aries’ turn. Nobody seems to be getting anywhere with this. Knowing that they can’t win by out-muscling the other, they both seem to get the same idea at the same time. Instead of overpowering their opponent, they each decide to try and make the other tap out. Each man gets a chance to lock in a finishing hold of their choosing but each time they do, their opponent is too close to the ropes so they are forced to break it. Whoever can manage to get their hold locked in the middle of the ring seems to be the one who will end up being victorious. First it seems to be Bobby Roode but he struggles to get his Cross Face locked in so Aries is able to break out. Roode tries again but once again he struggles. This time however Aries manages to counter, countering right in to a submission hold of his own, the Last Chancery. Right in the middle of the ring and locked in tight, Aries knows that it’s only a matter of time now. Roode struggles to reach for the rope but Aries keeps the hold on tighter and tighter. Roode struggles so much that he ends up making himself pass out. The referee has no choice but to end the match.


Winner via Submission: Austin Aries

The referee checks on Roode as Aries celebrates with the crowd. Aries goes from ring post to ring post, posing for the crowd until he locks eyes with the world champion, Bully Ray. Pointing to the title, Aries makes the motion along his waste to signal that he plans on coming for that title. Bully Ray holds the title up high as to say come and get it. The show fades to black with the two staring each other down.
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- Coming down to the ring, freshly named Impact Online General Manager Christopher Daniels announces that he is bringing the X Division Championship back but with some major changes. Instead of being limited to smaller sized wrestlers like it was in the past, the new X Division Championship will be open to any wrestler who has yet to get their shot or who has had their shot come and go. There is an 8 man battle royal planned for April 24th in Charlotte, North Carolina where the winner will be crowned X Division Champion. Over the next several weeks there will be eight matches where the winners of those matches will go on to the battle royal. The first two matches start tonight.

- Match #1 - Eric Young vs. Rockstar Spud
Eric Young picks up the victory with a Youngblood Neckbreaker.

- The Bro-Mans, Jessie G. and Robbie E. are seen backstage. Jessie G. is nervous about having to face his tag team partner but Robbie E. assures him that despite what happens, they'll still be Bros.

- Match #2 - Jessie G. vs. Robbie E.
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- The talent pool going forward for Impact Online will consist of wrestlers currently on the active roster who aren't getting much T.V. time on the regular show as well as wrestlers from OVW and various free agents. Wrestlers are also free to go back and forth between Impact Online and the main show at any time.

- Regarding the new X Division title announced this week by Christopher Daniels, the title will only be defended on Impact Online and the various live T.V. specials as well as Slammiversary, but never on the main show. The decision to bring back the X Division championship was made to make Impact Online a little something more than just random matches.

- After rising steadily, the ratings continue a downward trend as the rating for this week's Impact Wrestling came in at a 0.9.

- Preview for the March 6th edition of Impact Wrestling...Last week, Jeff Jarrett delivered an ultimatum to both Sting and Kurt Angle, that if Kurt did not accept Jeff's challenge this week, that both he and Sting would be fired. Despite still being injured, how will Kurt respond?...Continuing on his promise of being a fighting champion, Alex Shelley will defend the T.V. title against Jay Bradley...Convinced that their victory over them was a fluke, D.O.C. & Knux have challenged James Storm & Jeff Hardy to a rematch. Was their victory a fluke or will Storm & Hardy score another victory over the tag champs?...Wanting to impress Impact Wrestling president Jim Ross in hopes of being named #1 contender to the world title, Austin Aries and Bobby Roode faced off in a match which came down to Austin Aries making Bobby Roode pass out. How will Roode respond this week knowing that the loss certainly didn't help his chances?
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Impact Wrestling
3/6/2014
The Asylum
Nashville, Tennessee


Impact Wrestling opens up this week’s episode with a look back at two key events from last week. The first, the feud between Austin Aries and Bobby Roode over who will impress more and hopefully earn a shot at the world title, including the result of the main event which saw Austin Aries making Bobby Roode pass out. The second and final event was the ultimatum that Jeff Jarrett gave Sting where if Kurt Angle does not come out to the ring this week and face him, not only will he be fired but Sting will be as well. The recap video ends with a shot of Sting hanging his head, looking worried.

Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash begin welcoming everyone to tonight’s broadcast but instead of showing the inside of the Asylum, we see a shot of Kurt Angle pulling up outside the Asylum and entering the arena. Clearly he is here this week but will he answer Jeff’s call? Once Kurt disappears inside the Asylum, the cameras cut to the ring area where tonight’s action can begin.


Match #1: Alex Shelley [C] vs. Jay Bradley – Impact Wrestling Television Championship Match


The first match of the evening is a championship bout for the T.V. title between champion Alex Shelley and challenger Jay Bradley. Alex, making good on his promise of being a fighting champion, just got done successfully defending his title last week against former partner Chris Sabin so he will look to make it two in a row this week. First out to the ring is challenger Jay Bradley who doesn’t get much of a reaction out of the crowd. The crowd erupts for Shelley though which will give him a huge advantage in this match provided he can keep the crowd on his side.


Jay Bradley starts off the match the way you would expect him too, by just using his size and strength to his advantage. Jay keeps Shelley down for quite some time but due to Shelley having the crowd on his side, he always ends up finding the strength to get out. Jay keeps it up though, determined not to let the crowd get to him. When Jay manages to drown out the crowd cheering for Shelley, he is very effective. However, when the crowd appears to start pissing him off is when things start to go bad for him. The times where Jay is able to drown out the noise soon grow shorter and shorter whereas the times where the crowd pisses him off grow bigger and bigger. Shelley takes advantage of this, using Jay’s temper against him. One huge strike by Jay quickly ends any momentum Shelley may have had. Feeling a little too confident, taking his time instead of covering Shelley right there, Jay mocks the crowd which only gives Shelley time to come to. Appearing to “Hulk up” Shelley pops right up and starts firing back at Jay. The crowd gets more and more behind Shelley who continues to build on his momentum until it reaches a fever pitch. It appears to only be a matter of time before the end comes and it does when Shelley hits his finishing move, Sliced Bread #2, quickly following it up with a cover which results in the referee counting 1, 2, 3!

Winner and Still Impact Wrestling Television Champion: Alex Shelley


The referee hands Shelley his title as the crowd continues to cheer loudly. Just as Shelley is beginning to exit the ring, he sees someone out of the corner of his eye that he did not see before. When he looks closer, he sees Chris Sabin sitting at ringside with his face partially covered by a hooded sweatshirt. Sabin only briefly makes eye contact before getting up out of his seat and walking away. Shelley just simply shrugs it off and starts walking to the back as the camera cuts away.

Going to the backstage area, we see “The Greatest Man That Ever Lived” Austin Aries walking down the hallway when he is stopped in his tracks by “The IT Factor” Bobby Roode.


Bobby immediately tells Aries to go away, that the #1 contendership is as good as his and there’s nothing Aries can do about. Of course Aries fires back with the fact that he made Roode pass out last week so he would say he’s the one who really has the inside track. The two appear to be on the verge of having yet another all out brawl before Bully Ray and Brooke Tessmacher step in. Bully says he’s here to do both men a favor. Although he does not have the power to pick who will become #1 contender, he can do the next best thing and that is give one of them a shot at him next week. This perks Roode and Aries right up which both of them immediately ask which one of them he’ll face. Bully says that he’s already talked to JR and had Roode vs. Aries booked for tonight. Both men say awesome but there’s a catch, Bully gets to choose the stipulation. When Aries and Roode ask what it is, Bully simply says they’ll find out right before the match and walks away, leaving both men confused.

*Commercial*

Match #2: D.O.C. & Knux w/ Gunner vs. James Storm & Jeff Hardy


Time for match #2 of the evening. Before the match can begin, Mike Tenay and JB show a brief video recap of what went down last week between these four men, starting with James Storm calling out Gunner, and then deciding to fight D.O.C. & Knux instead when Gunner weaseled out. First team to make their way out to the ring area is the tag team champions, D.O.C. & Knux, followed closely behind by Gunner who is keeping a vigilant eye to make sure James Storm doesn’t sneak up on him. Next is the team of James Storm and Jeff Hardy. To everyone’s surprise, James and Jeff come out to the ring together, instead of separately, an obvious signal to D.O.C. & Knux that they are unified and ready to go.

Things start off much better in this match for the tag team champions than it did last week. They appear focused and ready, apparently having done their homework. They wisely use their size and strength to keep Storm and Hardy separated, on opposite corners from each other, wearing them down in the process. The match is going so well so fast for the champions that they soon start to ease up, perhaps getting a little too cocky. This easing up on the part of D.O.C. and Knux is just the opening Hardy and Storm need. Once they see their chance, it’s like a light switch turns on for the team of Hardy and Storm. They explode on D.O.C. and Knux, ending any sort of momentum they had earlier on. Not having planned for Storm and Hardy to react like this, D.O.C. and Knux don’t have much of an answer against them. Much like the beginning of last week’s match, D.O.C. and Knux seem lost and against two experienced tag team wrestlers like Storm and Hardy, that’s certainly not a good thing. Despite their earlier success, things are soon over for D.O.C. and Knux. Following the same pattern as last week, James Storm hits his Last Call Super Kick and Hardy follows it up with a Swanton Bomb off the top rope, picking up the 1, 2, 3!


Winners: James Storm & Jeff Hardy


Hanging their heads in shame, D.O.C. and Knux quickly exit the ring. The referee then raises both Storm and Hardy’s hands in victory as the crowd cheers on. Frustrated that his partners suffered yet another loss at their hands, Gunner demands a microphone.


Gunner says he’s tired of the cheap victories Storm and Hardy are getting over D.O.C. and Knux. He knows that D.O.C. and Knux, if they prepare properly, could kick Storm’s and Hardy’s asses any day of the week. Gunner then challenges Storm and Hardy to a final, winner take all match next week for bragging rights. Intrigued by the idea, Storm grabs a microphone as well and says if they’re going to have a final winner take all match, why not make it even more interesting, why not have the champs put up the belts as well? Hearing Storm propose putting the titles on the line make D.O.C. and Knux immediately perk up. Getting worried, they try to stop Gunner but they are too late. Before they can do anything, Gunner says they accept Storm’s offer and the match is set. Upset with Gunner, D.O.C. and Knux immediately start arguing with him while Storm and Hardy, laughing, exit the ring.


*Commercial*

Match #3: Austin Aries vs. Bobby Roode - ???


Coming back from commercial, it is time for the main event of the evening between Austin Aries and Bobby Roode where the winner will receive a shot at Bully Ray next week in a non-title match. Coming off of the commercial both Austin Aries and Bobby Roode are already in the ring, awaiting Bully Ray’s announcement of what the stipulation of this match will be.


With his girlfriend Brooke by his side, Bully Ray slowly strolls out of the entrance tunnel. He has a smirk on his face as the crowd starts to boo him. He says he’s thought long and hard about this, going through every type of match he can think of when it finally hit him. There’s nothing more he would like to see than for both of them to beat the living hell out of each other in a Last Man Standing match!

Hearing that their match is now a last man standing match, both Bobby Roode and Austin Aries immediately exit the ring and start searching for weapons. Austin Aries is the first one to grab something, finding a steel chair sitting at ringside. Using the chair, Austin attack Bobby’s midsection, trying to knock the wind out of him before turning and trying to knock him unconscious. After a few blows to the head, Bobby is down but only for a couple seconds. Still dazed, Bobby gets to his week and starts trying to wrestle the steel chair away from Aries. With a knee to below the belt, Bobby accomplishes his goal and starts using the chair on Aries. For whatever reason, the chair does not seem that effective on Aries so Bobby tosses it to the side and tries for something else. He begins whipping Aries into both the guard rails and the steel ring steps. This manages to keep Aries down for a few seconds but not the required ten. Now on the outside of the ring, the two begin slowly making their way up the entrance ramp, using the guard rail and whatever objects they can find to inflict pain on the other. First Roode is out for three to four seconds, then Aries is out for four to five, then Roode for five to six, and so on until every time each man goes down there’s a question about whether or not he can get up. Whoever can score the next major blow may be able to score the win. Now all the way up at the top of the entrance ramp, standing on wobbly legs, Roode and Aries trade strikes back and forth, trying to knock the other out with each blow. Just when it looks like things may not ever end, Bobby Roode and Bully Ray exchange glances. Seeing Bully and the belt over his shoulder infuriates Roode, giving him a necessary boost of energy. Wanting to send a message to both Bully Ray and Jim Ross, Bobby looks to not only knock out Aries but put him out for good. Standing near the edge of the ramp, with a shot to the midsection, Roode doubles Aries over, allowing him to get him in position for a power bomb. Everyone knows what Roode is about to do but he doesn’t care. He lifts Aries up and tosses him over the edge of the ramp and on to a table below. The referee begins the count, counting all the way from 1 to 10 with no answer from Aries.


Winner: Bobby Roode

Bobby Roode finally earns a much sought after shot at Bully Ray next week. Exhausted from his match, Bobby collapse as the referee checks on Austin Aries. Bully Ray makes a move towards Roode like he’s getting ready to attack but stops just short of him. Getting down to his level, Bully Ray sticks the world title in Roode’s face, taunting him with it as the camera cuts away.

Before the commercial break, we see a shot of Jeff and Karen Jarrett backstage. It is unknown what they are saying but we can expect that it has something to do with Kurt Angle. The Jarretts soon walk off camera, towards the ring area.


*Commercial*


Back from commercial, Jeff and Karen Jarrett are already in the middle of the ring.

The Jarretts say they know Kurt Angle is here, everyone seen him arrive so there’s no need to wait, they demand that “The Olympic Gold Medalist” come out to the ring and accept Jeff’s demands. Kurt doesn’t wait, right after the Jarretts call him out, his theme music starts to play. Dressed in a suit but still clearly hobbled, Kurt limps his way down to the ring to face the music. Jarrett reiterates what he told Sting last week, that if Kurt does not agree to face him one more time next week, both he and Sting will be fired. Sadden but knowing what he must do, Kurt motions like he’s about to speak but before he can, he is interrupted by the music of “The Icon” Sting. The Jarretts appear frustrated and Kurt just hangs his head as Sting enters the ring. Jeff tells him that he has no business here but Sting simply ignores him. Giving it one last change, Sting begs Kurt not to agree to it since he’s still not 100%. He then turns to Jeff and begs Jeff to face him instead. Before Jeff can say anything, Kurt interrupts. Kurt thanks Sting for looking out for him but he’s a big boy and he can handle himself. Despite Sting’s objections, Kurt then turns to Jeff and agrees to his challenge. Sting can’t believe it and Jeff just laughs. Kurt tries to shake Jeff’s hand but Jeff wants nothing of it. Taking the low road, Jeff kicks at Kurt’s knees which immediately cause Kurt to fall to the apron. Sting tries to help his friend but Jeff’s ready for him as well, quickly tossing him out of the ring. The show fades to black with yet another shot of Jeff and Karen Jarrett standing over Kurt Angle.
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Impact Wrestling News & Notes - OVW, Preview for March 13th, & More

- The date for Ted DiBiase Jr.'s OVW world title shot has been set for the upcoming Saturday Night Special event on April 5th.

- After seeing total viewership fall for the past few weeks, Impact Wrestling managed to reverse that trend this week, but only by a little, finishing once again with a 0.9 rating.

- Determined to have no outside interference from Gunner in the upcoming tag team title match, Impact Wrestling President Jim Ross has made the title match a steel cage match.

- Preview for upcoming March 13th edition of Impact Wrestling...Live from the Asylum in Nashville, Tennessee, three very important matches will take place...First up is the steel cage world tag team title match between champions D.O.C & Knux and challengers James Storm & Jeff Hardy. Storm & Hardy have beaten D.O.C. & Knux twice in the past two weeks which prompted Gunner, speaking on their behalf, to issue a winner take all match for the tag team titles. Will D.O.C. & Knux finally figure out Storm & Hardy, or will Storm & Hardy make it three in a row?...Although it is not for the world title, the match-up between Bully Ray and Bobby Roode will go along way in deciding the next #1 contender. Finally getting a shot at Bully Ray, can Bobby Roode make a statement and move one step closer to earning a title shot or will Bully Ray steal his dreams away once again?...After feeling like he was robbed by Kurt Angle in their match on February 13th, Jeff Jarrett demanded that Kurt Angle face him again despite Kurt Angle being injured at the hands of Jarrett. Not wanting his good friend to hurt himself further, Sting stepped in and begged Jeff to face him instead but Jeff would have nothing of it, going so far as to use his powers as Vice President to threaten Sting and Kurt Angle's jobs. Now, still injured, Kurt Angle will face off against Jeff Jarrett once again. Can Kurt power through the pain and continue his career or will Jeff get the last laugh?
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Impact Wrestling
3/13/2014
The Asylum
Nashville, Tennessee


Impact Wrestling opens this week with a look back at just one moment that has occurred over the past few weeks, that being the ongoing feud between Jeff Jarrett and Kurt Angle which now includes Sting. The video focuses heavily on Sting standing up for Kurt against Jeff Jarrett, saying that Kurt is too injured to compete which forced Jeff to issue the “face me or you’re both fired” ultimatum. Now we come to this week where Kurt Angle will once again put his career on the line against Jeff Jarrett. Will Kurt overcome the odds or will his career be over?

Once the video finishes, the camera transitions into the Asylum with a shot of the steel cage already set up for the tag team title match tonight. Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash welcome everyone to this week’s broadcast, a broadcast featuring huge implications for everyone involved from the upcoming tag title match to Bobby Roode facing world champion Bully Ray to the main event between Kurt Angle and Jeff Jarrett. Once JB and Mike finish giving everyone the rundown of the card tonight, the show can begin.


Match #1: D.O.C. [C] & Knux [C] w/ Gunner vs. James Storm & Jeff Hardy –Impact Wrestling World Tag Team Championship Steel Cage Match


We get tonight’s action going right off the bat with the tag team steel cage championship match between challengers James Storm and Jeff Hardy and the champions D.O.C. and Knux. Impact Wrestling President Jim Ross made this match into a steel cage match earlier in the week to prevent Gunner from interfering on his friend’s behalf since it was Gunner who got D.O.C. & Knux into this match in the first place. First out to the ring are the challengers James Storm and Jeff Hardy, once again coming down to the ring together as a show of solidarity. Next up are the champions, who, along with Gunner, make their way through the crowd, Aces & Eights style. Once all four men have entered the cage, the referee on the outside locks the cage door and the match can begin.


The tornado tag-team style of this match as well as the enclosed confides of the cage nullify any advantage that Storm and Hardy have had in their previous two matches. It now boils down to who can out-fight their opponents. D.O.C. and Knux use the cage to their advantage right away, tossing both Hardy and Storm repeatedly into the sides in an attempt to both weaken and bloody them. Unlike their match last week, both D.O.C. and Knux know that they cannot let up on their attack whatsoever because any sort of easing will allow Storm and Hardy to crawl back in. Storm and Hardy do manage to slightly fight their way back into the match but not enough to where they can take the momentum of the match. Any attempt at a momentum swing by Storm and Hardy is quickly squashed by the tag team champions. While the strategy of the champions remains beat the challengers down, Storm and Hardy quickly decide that they need a new plan and fast, otherwise they might not be able to hold out much longer. Sine you can win a steel cage match by either pinning/making your opponent submit inside the cage or scaling the wall and escaping the cage, Storm and Hardy both decide to take option B and attempt to escape the cage. Seeing Storm and Hardy attempt to escape sends D.O.C. and Knux into a panic. D.O.C. and Knux begin chasing Storm and Hardy down and the match soon becomes who will manage to escape the cage first. Jeff Hardy is the first man to successfully escape the cage and land on the floor. He is soon followed by Knux, leaving the match in the hands of Storm and D.O.C.. Whoever escapes the cage next will win the match for their team. Both are teetering on the very edge of the cage. Now situated on the very top of the cage, D.O.C. and James Storm begin battling it out. Back and forth they go, each man taking turns teasing an escape. With a strong right hand, James Storm sends D.O.C. crashing to the ring apron below, leaving him all alone. After situating himself for a few brief seconds, James Storm jumps down from the cage and once again becomes a tag team champion.

Winners and New Impact Wrestling Tag Team Champions: James Storm & Jeff Hardy

Storm and Hardy celebrate their victory with the fans as the referee hands them their belts. Knux begins arguing with Gunner, no doubt saying that this is all his fault while inside the ring D.O.C. staggers to his feet. The camera cuts to commercial with a shot of the new champions walking to the locker room.

*Commercial*

Coming back from commercial, Impact Wrestling transitions to the backstage interview area where Taryn Terrell is standing by with “The IT Factor” Bobby Roode.

Taryn introduces herself and gives a little background on Bobby Roode’s upcoming match against world champion Bully Ray, saying how he earned it by defeating Austin Aries last week in a Last Man Standing match and now he gets an opportunity to try and impress Jim Ross in hopes that JR will make him #1 contender. Taryn then turns to Bobby and asks him now that he has this long-sought after shot at Bully Ray, what does he plan to do? Initially Bobby doesn’t say anything which prompts Taryn to repeat the question. Bobby then grabs the microphone out of her hand, looks directly into the camera and says “I plan to impress”. He then drops the microphone and walks off camera, leaving Taryn Terrell once again confused.

Match #2: Bobby Roode vs. Bully Ray w/ Brooke Tessmacher

As Bobby Roode is making way from the backstage interview area to the ring area in preparation for his upcoming match against Bully Ray, Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash give further comments on how the road Bobby took to get to this point, how he failed to earn a shot in the world title tournament, how he snapped and took out Bad Influence, to taking out Austin Aries last week to earn this shot tonight. They also add how his win last week against Austin Aries was impressive so hopefully he can put on another impressive showing tonight and further improve his stock. Once Mike and JB finish their commentary, the world champion Bully Ray can his make his way down to the ring, followed as always by Brooke Tessmacher.

Right out of the gate Bully Ray takes the early lead, using a shot to Bobby Roode’s midsection to double him over. The offense that Bully Ray is putting out doesn’t seem too put together but whatever he’s doing does seem to work so he doesn’t bother changing it. Bully Ray dominates the match until Bobby Roode can regain his breath and composure which allows him to fight his way back into the match. Even as his opponent goes on the offensive, Bully Ray still doesn’t seem too enthused. The world champion’s lack of effort in this match allows Bobby Roode to quickly take control of the match and never let it go again. Although everyone sees that Bully Ray just isn’t trying, or at least to the level that he’s known for, Bobby Roode doesn’t care because in his mind he’s beating the world heavyweight champion. Putting all of his moves on display in an obvious over-the-top attempt to impress JR, Bobby Roode continues beating down on Bully Ray, enjoying every minute of it. He even takes time to taunt Bully Ray’s girlfriend Brooke on the outside. Once the fun wears off and the crowd starts to boo, Bobby decides to finally end it, hitting a powerful Double R spine buster right in the middle of the ring, following it up with a 1, 2, 3!

Winner: Bobby Roode

After the referee finishes counting to three, Bobby Roode immediately jumps up and starts celebrating like he just won a hard fight bout. He begins yelling at everybody “that was impressive, that was impressive” despite nobody seeming to care. Bully Ray soon rolls out of the ring and with the help of Brooke, they start walking to the back. Bobby tries to taunt them as they make their way up the ramp but Bully and Brooke ignore them. The camera cuts away as Bobby Roode remains celebrating in the ring.

Before the commercial break, we see a shot of former T.V. champion Chris Sabin walking in the backstage hallway, with a hoodie on, looking pretty sad. He soon stops and knocks on a door, which current T.V. champion Alex Shelley opens.


Before Alex can say anything, Chris calmly asks him for another title shot, saying that losing the title has ruined his life. Alex looks at him with a mixture of concern and confusion. Alex calmly responds as well by saying that since he lost his one rematch, he must once again go through the proper channels and earn the shot back again. Chris then asks him what the proper channels are. Alex offers up a proposition for him. Since the title clearly means a great deal to him, he will give him another shot on April 24th in Charlotte, provided that he is still the T.V. Champion by then. But, to earn that shot he must go through four handpicked opponents. If he loses to any of them, that person will get a shot at the T.V. title instead and Chris will no longer get a shot as long as Alex is champion. Desperate for another chance, Chris only takes a few seconds to ponder the proposition before agreeing to it. The two shake on it and then part ways as the camera cuts away.

*Commercial*

Match #3: Jeff Jarrett w/ Karen Jarrett vs. Kurt Angle


It is now time for the main event of the evening between Jeff Jarrett and Kurt Angle. Kurt Angle was forced into accepting this match by Jeff Jarrett otherwise both he and Sting would have been fired. Speaking of Sting, as Mike Tenay and Jeremy Borash are preparing everyone for this match, the cameras catch a shot of Sting perched up in the rafters, looking down at the ring as the entrances begin. First out to the ring are the Jarretts, Jeff and Karen. Feeling pretty happy that they’ve finally got Kurt right where they want him, the Jarretts slowly strut down the ramp as the crowd boos them heavily. Once Kurt Angle’s music hits however, the crowd quickly changes from boos to cheers. As Kurt makes his way up through the stage and down the entrance ramp, we see that his right knee is braced up as well as his right ankle which is taped up. Other than a slight limp, Kurt appears ready to go.

Kurt Angle does appear slightly slower than normal but not to where it hinders his ability to wrestle. He even manages to dodge several attempts by Jeff Jarrett to take out his knees from out under him. Despite the obstacles, Kurt just might pull this off. Jeff Jarrett does not appear to have much of a strategy other than lunging at Kurt’s knees so that allows Kurt to strike and then quickly move away as Jeff struggles to respond, keeping Kurt fresh. Despite them being extremely successful, Kurt knows that he can’t beat someone like Jeff Jarrett with little strikes here and there, he knows that sometime down the line he’s going to need to bring out the big guns to put him away. But Kurt’s more effective moves leave him much more vulnerable to Jeff’s attacks on his knees and ankles. Kurt tries to hit the Three Amigos but after the second suplex his knee gives out and he’s forced to drop Jeff. This gives Jeff the opening he’s been waiting for. Jeff goes right after Kurt’s legs as that has been his strategy since the very beginning of this match. Luckily for Kurt, the knee brace and the ankle tape were applied very well so Jeff has a hard time getting at them. The strikes to those areas rattle him but they do not put him out. However, unlike before were Kurt knew that little strikes would not be enough to put Jeff away, little strikes to Kurt’s knees and ankles eventually start piling up. Kurt tries to fight through the pain and does for quite some time but there’s only so much even he can take. Just as Jeff is zeroing in for the kill, the lights in the Asylum go out and Sting’s music begins to play. When the lights come back on, Sting is standing in the middle of the ring, pointing his baseball bat at Jeff. When Jeff backs away, Sting appears to back down but then out of nowhere, Sting nails Kurt Angle in the midsection with the bat. Both Jeff and the referee are stunned at Sting’s actions. Since this match was contested under normal rules and since Sting attacked Kurt Angle, the referee has no choice but to declare Kurt Angle the winner via DQ.

Winner via DQ: Kurt Angle

Through Sting’s unconventional tactics, not only was Kurt spared from further injury but he also picked up the win, allowing his career to continue. Both the Jarretts try to confront Sting but Sting points his baseball bat right back at them which causes them to back off. Without saying a word, and leaving everyone stunned, Sting quietly exits the ring. The show fades to black as both the Jarretts and Kurt Angle look on at him in confusion.
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