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TNA Impact Review 10/8/09

Posted in TV show reviews with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 8, 2009 by biggman621

About half way through my review, I lost all of the things  for my review so I’ll put up the matches and the need to know things from tonight’s episode of Impact:

The Matches:

Kurt Angle and Mick Foley vs Matt Morgan and Abyss

Abyss was worked on through most of the match. This was an ok main event. It didn’t have a ton of spots until the end. The finish saw Abyss fake a shot at Foley with the barbed wire bat, sending Foley into the Carbon Footprint.

TNA X Division Title Match: Samoa Joe (c) vs Amazing Red

This wasn’t a bad match, but it did make Red look weak. Red is a great wrestler and did some phenomenal things during the match, but if Bobby Lashley hadn’t come out, Red couldn’t have pulled the upset. Red got the win with a standing shooting star press.

TNA Legends Title Match: Kevin Nash (c) vs Hernandez

This was ruled a no contest after Eric Young interfered. No shocker here. Before that, the match was ok at best.

TNA Knockout Title Match: ODB (c) vs Tara

This was a quick one since there was only 20 minutes left in the show and the main event still to come. The crowd was not really into this match as much as the others. As expected, Awesome Kong came out and she is bringing a sledge hammer. ODB pins Tara after hitting the TKO.

Daniels and Suicide vs D’Angelo Dinero and Homicide

With Daniels, Suicide, and Dinero, you would think this would be a great match. This one left a lot to be suspected. During the match, Homicide attacks Willie Urbina and Hector Guerrero. The finish came when Dinero hit the Express on Daniels, when he went for the BME.

Knockout Tag Elimination Match: Madison Rayne, Velvet Sky, Alissa Flash, and Traci Brooks vs Hamada, Sarita, Taylor Wilde and Christy Hemme

The match was a good knockout match, with some fairly good wrestling. This wasn’t anything to write home to mom about, but the main issue was trying to squeeze an elimination match in a less than 10 minute spanm it doesn’t work. Rayne gains the victory after Lacey Von Erich hit a chokeslam on Sarita with the ref’s back turned.

What you need to know:

Abyss will face Mick Foley in a Monster’s Ball match at Bound For Glory. Foley tweaked the match so Dr. Stevie could be the special guest referee and Abyss can’t use thumbtacks.

Team 3D, Booker T and Scott Steiner, Beer Money Inc., and The British Invasion sign a contract for a ladder match between the four teams. The IWGP Tag Titles and the TNA Tag Titles will be on the line.

Kevin Nash will take on Eric Young and Hernandez at BFG for the Legend’s title.

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TNA Impact Review 9/3/09

Posted in News, TV show reviews with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 3, 2009 by biggman621

Before we get started with tonight’s episode of TNA Impact, Jenna Morasca has officially been release by the company.

Sting vs Rhino

Rhino lands a kick and a few right hands to start off the match. Sting counters with a couple Stinger splashes and then locks in the Scorpion Deathdrop. Rhino gets to the bottom rope to break the hold. Rhino drives his shoulder into the mid section and stomps on him. Rhino hits a few more right hands into Sting’s mid section and moves him into the corner. Rhino goes for a choke in the corner and uses a body scissors to work on the mid section. Sting lands a few left hands and gets out of the hold. Sting missed a Stinger splash and Rhino hits a belly to belly suplex. Rhino misses a gore and Sting counters into a Scorpion Death Drop for the win. After the match, Rhino gores Sting and keeps working on the mid section. Rhino hits another gore and Sting is in pain. I like Rhino as the heel.

Sting and AJ Styles are with the trainer.

Lauren is with Booker T and he is yelling at Kurt Angle and how he was going to kill Matt Morgan. Kip James makes an appearance and he gets dismissed. Scott Steiner moves in with Booker T and they try putting.

AJ Styles vs Chris Sabin

Both Men trade holds andarm drags with AJ getting the best of the exchange. Sabin has Styles in a head lock and Styles hits a huge drop kick. Sabin hits a headscissors take down to the outside and drops Styles onto the guard rail. Sabin rolls him into the ring and sends Styles into the corner. Sabin lifts the knee into the mid section and locks in a head lock. Styles catches Sabin’s leg and converts it into a face plant. Styles hits the flying forearm for a two count. Sabin rolls Styles up for a two count. Styles counters a tornado DDT and hits a buster of some sort. Styles gets caught in the corner and eats a running kick. Styles hits the Pele and hits the Styles Clash for the win.

Lauren is with Hernandez and he says the match is a little more than coincidence and that both men will go after each other. Eric Young come out and he says that he and Super Mex are of the same cloth. EY says that they aren’t on an even playing field and he will show him that they are family.

Christopher Daniels comes out to the ring with a mic in his hand. He talks about how he will walk in to No Surrender as a challenger, but wants to say something to Samoa Joe, who comes out. Daniels says that he didn’t think they would wrestle for the title under these circumstances. He says when they talked about the X Division, there would be him, Joe, and Styles known for it. He says that they were like family, and it all paid off at Unbreakable 2005. That night AJ and Joe challenged Daniels in the main event for the X Division title match. Personal note: it may be the best match I have ever seen. Joe says that he has things he needs to do, but Daniels turns him around. Daniels says the MEM are scared of Samoa Joe and they can’t handle it. Daniels says that he took the bribe and it took away his friends and his integrity. Daniels says how can his family respect him knowing Joe is a sellout. Joe hits a big belly to back suplex on Daniels. This should be a very good match.

Lauren is with Matt Morgan and he says he isn’t playing mind games. Morgan says this is another learning experience and that everything is fine between him and Kurt Angle. He says they have each other’s back and he is counting down the days until No Surrender.

Doug Williams vs Suicide

Both men lock up and trade arm locks. Williams hits a high boot, but he gets caught as Suicide hits a rolling powerslam for a two count. Williams hits a spinning back suplex and hits a running knee.  Williams hes a snapmare and locks in a head lock. A knee drop earns Williams a two count. Suicide lands a few chops and Williams answers with a spinning European uppercut. Williams uses the second rope to choke Suicide and Williams uses a suplex for a two count. Williams hits another running knee and goes to the top rope. Suicide hits an ensiguri and both men are down. Suicide hits a flurry of right hands into a springboard drop kick. Suicide hits a side Russian leg sweep as D’Angelo Dinero. Suicide leaps and takes Dinero out as the ref counts. Williams rolls through his own rollup into a german suplex for the win.

Jeremy Borash says that Sting has a few cracked ribs and he says that he isn’t in his prime any more. Sting says he won’t get many more chances at the title.

Lauren is with the Beautiful People and they go against Madison Rayne and a mystery partner. They don’t care who her partner is.

Christy Hemme and Tara vs Sojo Bolt and Hamada

Tara and Hamada start off the match. Both women lock up and Tara rolls up Hamada for a two count. Both women trade pin attempts. Tara bows as a sign of respect and Hamada kicks her. Hamada hits a springboard moonsault for two and Sojo and Hemme tag in.  Sojo lands a few shots and Hamada tags back in. Hemme gets taken out by Hamada and lands a head butt as we go to commercial.

Coming out of the break, Tara and Sojo are in. Tara hits a huge clothes line and hits a super kick for a two count. Hemme hits a reverse DDT on Hamada and Tara hits the Widow’s Peak to gain the victory. After the match, Hamada hits the Hamada Driver on Sojo Bolt.

JB is with Kurt Angle and he says that he and Morgan are going to work together at No Surrender. Morgan cuts another very sarcastic promo and says messing with Angle is career suicide.

Homicide vs Hernandez

Both men hug before the match and Hernandez throws Homicide down. Homicide locks in a head lock and lands a few right hands,  Hernandez throws Homicide across the ring and picks him up for the Border Toss, but Homicide hits a basement dropkick and bulldog for a two count. Homicide hits a few right hands and Hernandez replies with the same thing. Homicide is working on the leg of Hernandez as he cannonballs onto the waiting leg. Homicide hits a few shoulder blocks and kicks to take Super Mex down. Homicide went for a tornado DDT, but Hernandez hits a big German suplex. Hernandez powers him down to the mat for the three count. He will face Sting tonight for a spot in the main event of No Surrender. After the match, Hernandez raises Homicide’s hand.

Lauren is with Doug Williams and he says that he is a huge fan of AJ Styles, but in order to be the best he needs to beat the best.

JB is with AJ Styles and he says his confidence is back and that he hit rock bottom a few weeks ago. He said he will beat Doug Williams tonight.

Kurt Angle will do commentary for this match.

AJ Styles vs Doug Williams

Personal Note: This is a match I have been waiting to see for a long time.

Both men lock up with neither men gaining a true advantage. Styles rolls up Williams for a two count. Williams goes for a surfboard move and AJ counters into another pin attempt. Both men trade right hands and Williams locks in a head lock. Styles hits a scoop slam and a knee drop for a two count. Styles locks in a side figure four and sends Williams into the corner. Williams catches a springboarding Styles into a European uppercut. Williams locks in a head scissors and drives Styles’ head into the matt for a two count. Styles hits a few right hands and both men hit their heads together. Both men are up to their feet and they trade shots, as Styles hits a drop kick. Williams rolls to the outside and eats a Styles plancha, which was good for a two count. Styles hits the torture rack bomb for a two count.  Stykes puts Williams on the top rope and Williams shoves him off. Williams hits the top rope uppercut for a two count. Styles hits a discus clothesline and Styles hits the springboard inverted DDT for the win. AJ Styles has a spot in the main event at No Surrender.

JB is with AJ Styles at ringside and Styles says he isn’t done and no one will stop him from getting the title.

Lauren is with Team 3D and Jesse Neal. Brother Ray says that Rhino was supposed to help and train Neal. Ray says that Rhino treated him awful and they will train him and that Neal will be a war machine. Brother Devon says they haven’t forgot about the British Invasion and Team 3D will go after them and then the tag team champs at No Surrender.

Sting vs Hernandez

Hernandez goes right after the ribs early and asks the ref to make sure Sting is ok. Sting hits a reverse atomic drop and a dropkick on Hernandez as Sting stays down. Hernandez drives the shoulder into Sting’s mid section. Hernandez uses the truck stick and knocks Sting across the ring. Eric Young is dressed as Homicide and beats down Sting outside the ring. Hernandez gets disqualified because of the interference and Sting moves to the main event at No Surrender. I can see Hernandez cashing in at No Surrender since this opportunity was taken from him.

Hernandez tells EY to come out to the ring to settle this. As EY heads to the ring, the rest of the World Elite come in and attack Hernandez as the 6 on 1 beatdown continues. AJ Styles comes in to aid Hernandez to no avail as both men are down. Beer Money come out to the ring and clean house as the throw out The World Elite. Team 3D comes down the ring and The World Rlite have no where to go. James Storm throws Kiyoshi into the announce table and Hernandez chases EY out of the Impact Zone. Brother Ray hits a huge back drop on Kiyoshi and Team 3D hits the Wassup headbutt. Devon goes to get the table and the crowd is loving it. Booker T and Scott Steiner come out to the ring and Booker T hits the Book End as now Beer Moner get in the ring as the MEM and Briths split up Beer Money. Steiner and Booker T hit a double chokeslam on James Storm and put him through a table as the MEM and World Elite pose in the ring.

TNA Knockout Tag Team Title Tournament Match 2

Posted in TV show reviews with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 3, 2009 by biggman621

Christy Hemme and Tara vs Sojo Bolt and Hamada

Tara and Hamada start off the match. Both women lock up and Tara rolls up Hamada for a two count. Both women trade pin attempts. Tara bows as a sign of respect and Hamada kicks her. Hamada hits a springboard moonsault for two and Sojo and Hemme tag in.  Sojo lands a few shots and Hamada tags back in. Hemme gets taken out by Hamada and lands a head butt as we go to commercial.

Coming out of the break, Tara and Sojo are in. Tara hits a huge clothes line and hits a super kick for a two count. Hemme hits a reverse DDT on Hamada and Tara hits the Widow’s Peak to gain the victory.

TNA Impact Preview 9/3/09

Posted in Match Cards, Show Predictions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 3, 2009 by biggman621

Here is what’s on tap for tonight’s episode of TNA Impact:

Matches for two challengers in the main event for No Surrender:

Bracket 1:

Sting vs Rhino

Homicide vs Hernandez

Bracket 2:

Doug Williams vs Suicide

AJ Styles vs Chris Sabin

TNA Knockout Tag Title Tournament Match: Christy Hemme and Tara vs Sojo Bolt and Hamada

My Predictions:

Sting, Hernandez, Styles, and Williams advance

Tara and Hemme defeat Hamada and Sojo Bolt

TNA Impact Review 8/27/09

Posted in News, TV show reviews with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 27, 2009 by biggman621

Christopher Daniels is at the commentary table and he says he is excited to see Suicide vs Samoa Joe. Something has to be up because this was announced as a tag title match.

Samoa Joe vs Suicide

Joe hits a big kick to start out and lands a ton of punches. Joe hits a huge ensiguri in the corner and Suicide lands a couple right hands of his own. Suicide hits a drop kick and sends Joe’s head into the turnbuckle. D’Angelo Dinero walks down the entrance ramp. Joe kicks Suicide to the outside as now Joe and Dinero double team Suicide. Daniels jumps in to assist Suicide, and its announced that there will be a tag team match later tonight. Continue reading

Hamada’s TNA Debut

Posted in TV show reviews with tags , , , , , , , on August 27, 2009 by biggman621

No Disqualification Match: Daffney vs Hamada

Daffney throws some stiff elbows to start off and  lands a couple kicks. Hamada kicks out of a pin attempt at two as both women trade shots. Hamada hits some big kicks in the corner, and kicks Daffney off of the apron as we go to commercial.

Coming out of the commercial,  Daffney has Hamada in the corner and lands a forearm shot. Daffney hits an elbow drop on Hamada, but Hamada uses a ton of kicksto gain momentum. Hamada hits a couple headbutts and a DDT for a two count. Daffney hits a Shining Wizard for a two count. Daffney sends Hamada to the outside and there is a table already set up. Daffney grabs a chair but misses. Hamada ties her up in the chair and throwes her into the ring post. Hamada sets up Daffney on the table and hits a moonsault through the table. Hamada hits the Hamada Driver for the win.