Kurt Angle returns, Dixie keeps going and AJ celebrates #AJStylesWeek by beating two men at the same time.
It’s the Final Day of #AJStylesWeek, a celebration of all things Phenomenal and the sixth installment in our patent-pending Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. Today we finish everything off with a Difference of Opinion (where JMS HQ erupts in a Pele Kick-fueled civil war.)
This week’s edition of Impact Wrestling falls on the third anniversary of “the night The Band got back together” 10/10/10, but ironically/luckily will contain no Hulk Hogan as TNA focuses on the fallout from his abrupt exit from power and the larger build towards Bound For Glory.
It was a rough night for TNA fans, but long is the way and hard that out of Hell leads up to light, Brother.
Given how Dixie-Hogan intensive this show promises to be, this is the perfect time for A.J. to cut an actual wrestling promo. Obviously TNA has pushed too many of its chips into the pot with this whole worked-shoot angle to pull back now, but A.J. could really salvage things tonight.
This week’s edition of Impact Wrestling attempts to pick up the pieces following the largely-nonsensical fallout from last week’s worked-shoot confrontation and Aces & Eight’s sudden implosion. Should be fun(?)
Hulk Hogan’s contract is coming up, and TNA might renew it. Which makes Andy Angry.
This week’s edition of Impact Wrestling is built around an awe-inspiring wrestling match-up featuring Jeff Hardy in X Division competition and a cringe-inspiring promo showdown between new top contender A.J. Styles and his doe-eyed boss who knows nothing about wrestling. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
It’s time for No Surrender, and for Dave to ask What’s the Worst That Could Happen? for tonight’s edition of Impact Wrestling
Any World Heavyweight Title is designed to be the ultimate culmination of a wrestler’s heroic journey. So, why even in doing the right thing and putting the right person in position to knock off the man who has been the company’s top heel for the last year, has TNA done the sloppiest possible job of telling the tidiest, most archetypical story in existence?