What does TNA/Impact call traditional gauntlet matches?
I know that TNA doesn't use the term gauntlet match for the same type of match that other promotions do...
In most promotions, a gauntlet match is a match in which wrestlers compete in one on one matches with the winner facing another opponent, with a certain number of competitors scheduled to come out, and the winning being the final competitor standing.
In TNA/Impact, an gauntlet match is a type battle royal. The match starts out under normal over-the-top-rope battle royal rules, but changes to singles match rules once there are only two competitors left.
So, what does TNA/Impact call what other promotions call gauntlet matches? I'm sure they've had them before, but I can't remember what they were called.
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Last edited by Daggdag; 03-12-2018 at 09:09 PM.