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.
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(?)
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
Above all, this match felt like a real main event. Wrestlers in a top storyline were fighting with something meaningful on the line, and they delivered a match of worthy length that told a story that, even with many bells and whistles, was easy for the crowd to get behind.
Tomorrow, TNA presents the annual Hardcore Justice edition of Impact Wrestling. Which means it’s time for Dave to ask: What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
This week’s edition of Impact Wrestling is the final episode before TNA presents a World Heavyweight Title match on August 15th’s Hardcore Justice.
After building last week’s edition of Impact Wrestling around a World Heavyweight Title change, TNA goes into this week promising to resolve another title situation by introducing a new X-Division Champion. Along with the surefire title change, TNA is advertising a big time Bound for Glory Series matchup between A.J. Styles and Jeff Hardy along with two other BFG series contests.
Segment 1: Main Event Mafia + Aces & Eights Promos Positives: Nobody got hurt. Negatives: I’ll be honest, I barely remember anything about this segment…
In hockey, basketball, and other sports I’m sure I’m forgetting, individual players are held accountable for their team’s performance during their time in the game…