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1 year ago

TNA Lockdown 2013 Results: Bully Wins, Turns Heel

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Lockdown 2013 is in the book and TNA Wrestling has a new world heavyweight champion. Bully Ray defeated Jeff Hardy in a predictable, yet exciting finish which saw Ray win the title and reveal himself as the leader of Aces & 8′s.

TNA Lockdown was a mixed show which will be remembered most for the final match of the night than anything else on the card. Bully Ray pinned Jeff Hardy to win the title in a Steel Cage Match. The final minutes of the match saw the last six months of Bully Ray’s TNA career come full circle after admitting to screwing the Hogans and being the President of Aces & 8′s.

The match saw interference early from Garett Bischoff and Wes Brisco. They climbed into the cage but and were fought off by Hardy and Ray. Hardy and Ray worked as a tag team and eventually threw both members of ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

1 year ago

TNA Wrestling Lockdown 2013 Predictions and Preview

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So, TNA Wrestling Lockdown is now upon us and what was once known as the biggest clusterf*ck of a PPV in pro wrestling is more or less a Hell in a Cell knockoff at this point, as only three matches have been announced to take place inside the cage. Not that this is a bad thing, mind you. Still, the card overall looks incredibly weak, despite the fact that Lockdown is supposed to be TNA’s 2nd biggest PPV behind BFG each year.

JOEY RYAN VS. JOSEPH PARK

I only found out about this match by going to TNA’s website, as they have done absolutely nothing to promote this match. Hell, Ryan hasn’t been seen on television in over a month, and only last week did his partner, Matt Morgan return to TV. Joseph Park, on the other hand, has been shoved down our throats since day one, so bet on him winning ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

1 year ago

TNA Impact Wrestling Results & January 31 Recap

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This week’s TNA Impact Wrestling features another installment of Open Fight Night. As you can probably tell, I’m beside myself with glee. We’re also in the United Kingdom, so at least there’s that.

Mr. Anderson vs. Kurt Angle in a steel cage is on-tap, and Dixie Carter’s major surprise announcement that TNA will go on the road permanently from here on out. Oops.

Bad Influence make their way out, and they’re both dressed like Sir William Wallace. Kaz says they’re here for the UK’s viewing pleasure. As you can see, it once again “Throwback Thursday”, and they’re going all the way back to the 13th century. Tonight, they pay homage to the real true warriors of the UK, the Scots (they’re in Manchester right now, in case you were wondering). All of you “piss artists” and “turd burglars” need to look at this man, Christopher Daniels. I’m not listing off all of ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

TNA Impact Wrestling Results & January 24 Recap

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Tonight, the continuation of the Aces and Eights angle that has no end in sight, featuring the stupidest heel turn in recent memory.

The show opens by airing damn near the entire stupid ending to last week’s show, but with the inclusion of overly dramatic music at the end.

Todd Kenely and Mike Tenay are sans-Taz, but his chair is still there, so I’m sure he’ll be out later for really bad heel commentary. Tenay is pulling out the “Owen Hart has died” voice, and I want to stab him in the junk.

We see Aces and Eights riding around on their motorcycles in the parking lot, and there appears to be about 25 of them, because the faction needed more faceless members. Yes, indeed. The group starts to make their way into the Impact Zone, led by Taz. Mr. Anderson is with them in full costume, so I guess that means he’s ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

TNA Wrestling Genesis 2013 Predictions and Preview

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Even though I don’t order TNA pay-per-views, because I do recaps every week, I probably pay closer attention to TNA than anyone else that works for CCB, and probably most CCB readers, too. Like Scrubbing Bubbles, I work hard so you don’t have to. As a result, I have been asked to do predictions for TNA pay-per-views from this point on, which is fine. This especially works for me since it was announced on this week’s Impact that TNA will now only run four pay-per-views a year. This is one move TNA is doing that I actually agree with, and would like to see WWE revert back to. Anyway, here are my thoughts on who will win at TNA’s first pay-per-view of 2013.

DOC vs. Sting: I do not care about Sting at all at this point, and it would really benefit DOC to take home the victory. Having said that, ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

TNA Impact Wrestling Results & January 3 Recap – Sting Returns

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Tonight, Sting returns. Again.

Jeremy Borash is in the ring, and we are opening the show with the winner of TNA Wrestler of the Year 2012. He introduces each potential winner, one-by-one. Bully Ray is out first, followed by James Storm, Austin Aries, Bobby Roode and finally Jeff Hardy. Gee, I wonder who will win this. The finalists are all on stage as Jeremy Borash, getting fatter by the second, announces the winner from the ring. Roode and Aries begin to storm the ring as JB announces Jeff Hardy as the winner. They’re both pissed as Hardy walks down to the ring to claim his trophy. Hardy says the trophy means as much to him as the World Championship does. He wanted to have a great 2012, and he did. Roode tells him to cut the crap. Did he just hear Hardy say people’s votes mean as much as the title? ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

TNA Impact Wrestling Results & December 27 Recap

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Tonight is the final Open Fight Night of the year. I wish it was the final OFN ever.

The show opens with Bully Ray making his way down to the ring. He says it’s very obvious that over the past couple of months there is no doubt he and Hulk Hogan cannot get along. He doesn’t know what he has to do to prove to Hogan that he can be trusted? He has a lot of respect for Hogan, and since it’s OFN, he wants to call Hogan out. He doesn’t want a fight, though; he wants to talk. Hogan’s music hits, but he isn’t coming out. Eventually, Brooke Hogan skanks her way down to the ring. Ray wants to know where her dad is. Brooke says he’s not here, and he knows about her and Ray. Someone must’ve told him about them. They need to go see him, and she ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

TNA Impact Wrestling Results & November 29 Recap – Hulk Hogan Doesn’t Trust Bully Ray

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Hulk Hogan makes his way out to open the show, likely to address the situation between Bully Ray and Hogan’s twin brother, Brooke. What’s that? Brooke’s female? And she’s his daughter? Good lord. That gene pool could use a filter. He says there’s a bunch of energy in the Impact Zone, brother. Last week, his world imploded. As GM, there’s no doubt, jack, that he runs the show, but he’s also a father. Last week, the GM and the father collided in this ring.

You’d have to be on another planet to think nothing’s going around here. He wants the truth now, so Bully Ray, you need to ‘fess up and tell him what’s going on, brother. Sabu…er, Bully Ray makes his way out. Hogan tells him to lay it out straight and correct the first time. What’s going on? Ray says Hogan doesn’t trust him, but wants to know what’s ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

TNA Impact Wrestling Results & November 22 Recap – Thanksgiving Open Fight Night

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Tonight is once again TNA Impact Wrestling Open Fight Night and we’re starting the show off with Gut Check. Wes Brisco is the Gut Check contestant for the evening, and his opponent is…Garett Bischoff. Hmm. Wes Brisco, a talented 2nd generation star with a good amount of experience, has to prove himself against Garett Bischoff, who is considered the established star in this match, despite being greener than goose sh*t? Anyone else see the problem here?

MATCH 1-Gut Check: Wes Brisco vs. Garett Bischoff Wes starts out with a waistlock takedown. Garett fights out of the hold with elbows, then hits a takedown of his own. Wes reverses a front chancery with a hammerlock into an arm wringer, which Garett counters. Wes hits a fireman’s carry takedown but misses a legdrop. Garett hits an armdrag and misses an elbow. Kurt Angle walks down to ringside to apparently play cheerleader for this match. ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

TNA Impact Wrestling Results & November 1 Recap – Aces & 8s Member Unmasked

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This week, the recaps are going to be semi-condensed, as I’ve had a long weekend, and couldn’t really take the time and give my usual detailed recaps. I’ll be back to normal form next week.

The show starts with a graphic, remembering Brad Armstrong. I was very sad to hear the news of his passing, as I always found him to be incredibly underrated. He deserved so much more during his career.

Tonight is another edition of Open Fight Night, so you can now let your hopes down.

Joe Abyss is in the ring, wearing his “wrestling gear”. He knows what OFN is all about, and that’s why he’s here tonight. He’s not a wrestler, he’s an attorney. But, after what happened with Aces and Eights, he decided it doesn’t matter what he is. What matters is he’s a man. He’s not a wrestler, and Hogan hasn’t given him clearance to be one. ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

TNA Impact Wrestling Results & October 25 Recap – Angles Gets The Shot

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Tonight is once again “Championship Thursday”, which means…well, it really doesn’t much of anything anymore. This whole concept of people having to qualify for a potential shot at the title, but then Hogan hand-picking the opponent anyway is just stupid. Tonight’s potential World title challengers are Kurt Angle, Bully Ray, Mr. Anderson and James Storm. Meh.

We start the show in Hulk Hogan’s office, where he is talking with World Champion Jeff Hardy who, for some reason, is carrying two title belts. Hogan tells Hardy he raised the bar at BFG. His first title defense will to be to prove the point that he is the absolute best. He needs to know Hardy is ready for tonight’s possible challengers. Hardy says he’s ready, and he’s a changed man. No matter what, that person will be in the fight of their life. This leads into a really stupid slo-mo video of Hardy ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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