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Double Feature II- Montreal, Quebec 4/17/09 & & Markham, Ontario 4/18/09 (DVD)
Features matches from "The Hunt Begins" in Montreal, Quebec on 4/17/09 and from "Tag Title Classic" in Markham, Ontario on 4/18/09 including a tremendous World Tag Team Title Match with The American Wolves defending against Tyler Black & Bryan Danielson.
The Hunt Begins- Montreal, Quebec 4/17/09
1. Tyler Black vs. Jimmy Jacobs
2. Austin Aries vs. Roderick Strong vs. Jay Briscoe vs. Kenny Omega (Four Corner Survival Match)
3. Claudio Castagnoli & Jimmy Rave vs. Colt Cabana & Brent Albright
4. Kevin Steen, El Generico, & Bryan Danielson vs. The American Wolves & Sylvain Grenier
Tag Title Classic- Markham, Ontario 4/18/09
5. Colt Cabana vs. Claudio Castagnoli
6. Austin Aries, Rhett Titus, & Kenny King vs. Kevin Steen, Generio Dos, & Kenny Omega
7. Jimmy Jacobs vs. Delirious (Markham Street Fight)
8. Roderick Strong vs. Jay Briscoe
9. The American Wolves vs. Bryan Danielson & Tyler Black (World Tag Team Title Match)
TNA Against All Odds 2009 (DVD)
Against All Odds gave way to the one of the biggest matches in TNA history, a four-way battle for the TNA World Championship featuring Kurt Angle, The Icon Sting, Brother Ray & Brother Devon of Team 3D.
1. X-Division Title: Alex Shelly vs. Eric Young
2. Scott Steiner vs. Petey Williams
3. Brutus Magnus vs. Chris Sabin
4. Knockouts Title: Awesome Kong vs. O.D.B.
5. TNA Legends Title: Booker T vs. Shane Sewell
6. Abyss vs. Matt Morgan
7. TNA Tag Title Match: Beer Money Inc. vs. Lethal Consequencs
8, TNA World Title Match: Sting vs. Kurt Angle vs. Brother Ray vs. Brother Devon
Sit Down Interview with Colt Cabana (DVD-R)
In this post WWE Interview, Colt Cabana sits down to discuss many interesting topics. Some of these include:
-ROH Homicide Fued
-Wrestling Society X
-Signing To WWE
-First Impressions Of OVW
-Training In OVW
-First Impressions Of FCW
-OVW / FCW Differences
-Video Game Motion Capture
-Pitching Creative Ideas
-"What's Crackin'" Internet Show
-And Much Much More...
Shoot Interview with Petey Williams (DVD-R)
Interview with former TNA X-Division Champion, Petey Williams! Petey talked for nearly 2 and 1/2 hours about his last 5 years in TNA and very open about the details of his release.
-- How did you get started in the business
-- How did you meet Scott D'Amore?
-- Memories of early career
-- What circumstances led you to TNA?
-- Initial impressions of Jeff Jarrett?
-- Development of the Canadian Destroyer
-- How do you feel about the Canadian Destroyer? Have you ever felt it type cast you as literally a one trick pony? Blessing or a curse?
-- Talk about the formation of Team Canada with Teddy Hart and Jack Evans
-- What caused Team Canada to be revamped with Roode & Young added.
-- How did you feel about the new line-up?
-- Memories of Team Canada run
-- Memories of X Division Title run
-- Talk about your experiences in Japan. Wrestle-Aid, etc.
-- Memories of wrestling in the Tokyo Dome for Global Impact
-- Talk about your run as IWA Mid South Hwt. Champion
-- Memories of CZW and PWG
-- Memories of the 2005 Super 8 tournament
-- You did a one-shot for ROH as Nana's surprise unannounced, memories of that?
-- How much comraderie is there among the Team Canada guys?
-- Any favorite road or rib stories?
-- Were you sad to see Team Canada split up?
-- Did the office ever give any reason why?
-- Were you guys fearful of your jobs once they broke up Team Canada?
-- Talk us through your impressions of TNA at various degrees of development.
1- The first TV deal on Fox Sports Net
2- Moving to Spike TV
3- Video games, figures and trading cards - "national expansion"
4- TNA wanting to own everybody's name
5- Sting, Kurt Angle, Booker T, Mick Foley hired
-- Talk about the pros and cons of TNA house shows
KID KASH INTERVIEW APRIL 2005 said "the company is now more in debt because of bringing in former WWE talents; said that the guys who built TNA were getting pushed aside"
-- Kash got out (released) shortly after this, did others feel that at the time?
-- Did those feelings get worse as more and more ex-WWE guys were brought in?
-- What about when ex-WWE guys who had no real drawing record are brought in. Not the Kurt Angles or Booker T's, but seemingly anyone with a cup of coffee in WWE
-- What is your response to Kash's mentality, agree or disagree with him?
-- Kash also said he'd never received any money from merch sales, is that true in your case also?
-- Talk us through what these ex-WWE signings do to morale in the TNA locker room for the guys who have been there all along.
-- Do you personally feel like the X division was abandoned?
-- If so, when did that occur? Who is to blame?
-- What was your reaction, or any reactions you remember backstage, to the so-called attempts to make the X Division more marketable: Black Machismo, Paparazzi Challenge, Maple Leaf Muscle, Curry Man, etc. - good idea or should just let them wrestle?
-- How did you feel about Maple Leaf Muscle and being put with Scott Steiner?
-- What are your thoughts on the Frontline vs. MEM?
-- What circumstances led to your release from TNA?
-- Your idea or theres? Were you surprised?
-- Do you feel like TNA has abandoned the idea of branding their own stars?
-- Walk us through a typical day at TNA, backstage at TV:
1- Who from the office interacts with the talent?
2- How hands on is Jeff Jarrett?
3- How hands on is Dixie Carter?
4- What, if any, physical presence does Russo have at the shows?
5- WWE criticized for being scripted, how much freedom does TNA talent have?
6-What kind of feedback can talent give to the scripts?
7- Is there a mentality that the lower end guys should not speak up?
8- What are some examples of the pecking order of talent?
9- What is stressed as being the most important things to the talent? Ex: match quality; delivering good promos; ratings; showcasing star power; etc
10- Who gives the talent its direction, what do they tell you they want out of you?
-- Who in the office is most helpful to the X division?
-- Who is the most detremental?
-- What is life for a TNA wrestler like on the indy circuit? It is a good or bad thing to have a TNA agent control your bookings? How good typically is the communication between office and talent?
-- Were any promises ever made to you by TNA management that never happened?
-- Have your impressions over the years changed of Jarrett, Dixie, D'Amore?
-- What in your opinion should TNA focus on in the interest of growth?
-- Do you feel like they have their priorities in order?
-- What, if anything, are they currently doing that they should abandon?
-- What's the best and worst aspects of working in TNA?
-- How would you sum up your experiences there?
-- Do you think most of your contemporaries would sum it up similarly?
-- Tell us about The High Crusade (Petey's punk band with the Machine Guns)
-- What else are you up to these days?
-- What do you want to do with your career?
WORD ASSOCIATION: Scott D'Amore, Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin, Eric Young, A1, Bobby Roode, Johnny Devine, Tyson Dux, Scott Steiner, Rhaka Kahn, Vince Russo, Terry Taylor, Jeff Jarrett, Kurt Angle, Booker T, Dixie Carter, Jeff Jarrett, Petey Williams.